Hotel & Travel

Hyatt Regency Washington on Capitol Hill
400 New Jersey Avenue, NW
Washington, DC 20001
Phone: 202-737-1234

Room Rate: $360/night (+ taxes)

Please make a reservation well before the Monday, February 11, hotel cutoff date to ensure availability.

Room Reservation Policy
Please read this section carefully as our policy has changed.

You must first register for the conference with NCSHA before you can make a hotel reservation within NCSHA’s room block. The registration confirmation letter you receive will include the link you need to make a reservation online at the conference headquarters hotel.  Call-in reservations are not available for this conference.

Hotel rooms within NCSHA’s room block are for Legislative Conference registrants. Once registered, please do not reserve multiple hotel rooms or make reservations in the block for people who are not registered for the conference. NCSHA will review the hotel reservation lists weekly and notify people found holding duplicate reservations or reservations without corresponding registrations.  Failure to register within two business days thereafter will result in cancellation of these reservations without further notice.

Green Initiatives
NCSHA continues to make strides in incorporating environmental responsibility into its conferences. The Hyatt Regency Washington is an ally in this effort, as they have implemented many successful green initiatives.

Visit Washington, DC
Our nation’s capital boasts an impressive array of fascinating attractions, from the powerful monuments and memorials on the National Mall to inspiring cultural treasures like the Smithsonian Institution, Library of Congress and National Gallery of Art.

Away from these celebrated federal sites, Washington unwinds into a fascinating network of neighborhoods where visitors discover notable restaurants, art galleries, historic homes, and lush parks and gardens. Shoppers love the store-lined streets of Georgetown, while jazz music fans won’t want to miss a trip to U Street, where Duke Ellington played his first notes. The nation’s capital is becoming a prime destination for dining out and also is earning recognition as a thriving performing arts town with 65 professional theatre companies based in the metropolitan area presenting edgy world premieres and celebrated Broadway musicals throughout the year.

For more information about Washington, DC, visit Destination DC.

Transportation
Non-rush-hour travel to the Hyatt Regency Washington is about 15 minutes from Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport (DCA), 40 minutes from Dulles International Airport (IAD), and 50 minutes from Baltimore/Washington International Airport (BWI). Depending on arrival time, approximate taxi fare is $22 from DCA, $70 from IAD, and $80 from BWI. Super Shuttle is available by calling 800-258-3826 and making an advance reservation.

Train service to Washington, DC’s Union Station from BWI is available every day via MARC and Amtrak.

The hotel is accessible by Metro via the Red Line. From DCA, take the Blue or Yellow Line, or from IAD take the Silver Line, and transfer to the Red Line at the Metro Center station. The Union Station Metro station is located .39 miles NE of the hotel.

Attire and Weather
Business attire is recommended for all conference activities.

In March, temperatures in Washington, DC, typically range from the mid-50s during the day to the low 30s at night. Meeting room temperatures vary; a jacket or sweater is recommended.