Friday and Saturday, March 29-30, 2019 – National Academy of Sciences (NAS) – 2101 Constitution Ave., N.W., Washington, DC 20418
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DC has many lovely hotels and hostels in the downtown core near AAAS and The National Academies, but there are also accommodations in the Dupont Circle Area or along the Metro Lines. The closest Metro stops to AAAS and The National Academies are Judiciary Square, Mt Vernon Square-Convention Center, and Gallery Place-Chinatown.
Hotels (approx. $100 – $200 /night and within walking distance).
The Henley Park Hotel – 926 Massachusetts Ave., NW
Hotel Harrington– 436 11th St., NW
Grand Hyatt Washington – 1000 H St., NW
The Westin Hotel – 1400 M St., NW
Hostels (all within 10 min walking or short Metro ride)
Henley Park Hotel – 925 Massachusetts Avenue NW
DC Lofty – 1333 11th St., NW
Capital View – 301 I St., NW
HI Washington – 1009 11th St., NW
International House of Washington – 1110 6th St., NW
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Washington DC is served by three major airports:
In addition, Amtrak serves Union Station via multiple train lines. Greyhound and Trailways also serve Union Station by multiple bus routes. Megabus and Bolt Bus also stop at Union Station.
Washington, DC is home to some of the East Coast’s best museums and monuments, as well as a wealth of restaurants, entertainment venues, and nightlife opportunities. We hope that you get to take advantage of several of them while you are here for the STGlobal conference.