Travel Information

Getting to Washington, D.C.

Air: The Washington, D.C. metropolitan area is served by three major airports: Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport (DCA), Washington Dulles International Airport (IAD), and Baltimore/Washington International Airport (BWI). All three offer a variety of transportation options.

Washington National (DCA) is the most conveniently located, and a Metro station (yellow/blue lines) is located at the airport. Taxi service to the hotel is approximately $45-55 each way.

From Dulles, the Washington Flyer offers shuttles to/from a nearby Metro station for $18 round trip, and SuperShuttle offers transportation directly to the conference hotel for approximately $30 each way. Taxi fare to the hotel is approximately $65 each way.

From BWI, Amtrak rail service connects travelers to the Washington, DC metro system for about $15 each way. Taxi fare to the conference hotel is approximately $55 each way, and SuperShuttle offers transportation directly to the hotel for $37 each way.

Because the conference hotel is centrally located in downtown Bethesda above a Metro station and with many restaurants, bars and services within walking distance, you probably do not need to rent a car. However, garage parking is available at the hotel for $15-20 per day for hotel guests.

Getting to the Hyatt Regency Bethesda:

One Bethesda Metro Center (7400 Wisconsin Ave)
Bethesda, Maryland, USA, 20814
Tel: +1 301 657 1234
Fax: +1 301 657 6453

The hotel is conveniently located just 1 mile from the Maryland/District of Columbia border, atop the Bethesda Metro, on the Red Line. The red line quickly connects riders to many of the most popular attractions in Washington, D.C. The hotel is also located around the corner from Bethesda Row, a hub of unique and upscale boutiques, shops and restaurants.

Local Transit: Washington D.C.’s metro system (“Metro”) is clean, safe, and convenient both during the week and on weekends. Riders can travel from Bethesda directly to the Woodley Park/National Zoo, Dupont Circle, Metro Center, Gallery Place/Chinatown, and Union Station stops. Monuments and the National Mall are accessible from the Metro Center and Gallery Place stops, while Capitol Hill and the U.S. Capitol are accessible from the Union Station stop. Connections to other lines at central stations provide access to other areas of the city. Riders can get information on fares and train schedules at http://www.wmata.com/.

A number of bus systems also operate in the Washington, D.C. metro area. Metro buses run throughout D.C. and the $1/ride D.C. Circulator transports riders between popular tourist locations in downtown D.C. The Bethesda Circulator offers transportation around the downtown Bethesda area.

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