Grand Hyatt Washington
1000 H St. NW
Washington, DC 20001
Rate: $345.00 + tax per night
Cut-Off Date: February 18, 2020
Group Code: G-NAA2
The cut-off date for the NAA group rate has passed. Reservations at the group rate will now only be accepted based on space and rate availability at the hotel's discretion. Please call the hotel at 202-582-1234 and mention NAA's group code (G-NAA2) to make a reservation.
Cancellations: Hotel reservations may be canceled up to 4 weeks prior to the date of arrival without penalty. Rooms canceled within 4 weeks of arrival will be charged one night’s room and tax.
Rooms in the NAA room block are intended for registered attendees of 2020 Advocate. Only one (1) hotel reservation will be allowed per registered attendee. NAA has the authority to cancel any duplicate hotel reservations or those that are not registered for the conference with or without prior notification.
Union Station (Amtrak): 2 miles
Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport (DCA): 5 miles
Dulles International Airport (IAD): 27 miles
Baltimore–Washington International Airport (BWI): 45 miles
The Grand Hyatt Washington is D.C. metro accessible, located on the Red, Blue, Orange and Silver lines. The closest metro stop is Metro Center.
Union Station (Amtrak) is located on the Red line. To get to Metro Center from the train station, take the Red line in the direction of Shady Grove.
Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport (DCA) is located on the Yellow and Blue lines. To get to Metro Center from the airport, take the Blue line in the direction of Largo Town Center.
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CDC Travel Guidance
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