Hyatt Regency Washington
on Capitol Hill
400 New Jersey Avenue, NW,
Washington, D.C. 20001
Tel. (202) 737-1234
Hotel reservations should be made directly with the Hyatt Regency. When reserving the room, book as a part of the PKD Foundation room block to receive the negotiated rate.
The negotiated rate is $239 per night. The PKD Foundation will pay $89 per night on your room. You will be quoted $239 by the hotel but will only be charged $150 per night on your bill.
Our room block is closed. Availability and rates are based on general availability at the hotel.
Participants must also register online for United on the Hill.
Getting to Washington
Three airports service the Washington, DC region. Please note: The hotel does not provide shuttle service between the hotel and airports.
A discounted rate is available to all registered attendees for SuperShuttle and ExecuCar for transportation from the airport to the hotel. A promotion code will be sent out to all registered attendees or email Nicole at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Ronald Reagan Washington National (DCA)
DCA is the closest, most convenient airport to the hotel and Capitol Hill. It’s a 20-minute taxi ride to the hotel or a short Metro ride, and we recommend flying into this airport. For more information on ground transportation from DCA, click here.
Dulles International Airport (IAD)
Participants flying from West may find more non-stop flight options into Dulles airport (IAD), which is a 45 to 75 minute taxi ride to the hotel. For more information on ground transportation from IAD, click here.
Baltimore-Washington International Airport (BWI)
Baltimore-Washington (BWI) is a 60 to 80 minute taxi, shuttle, or train ride to downtown Washington, DC and the hotel. There is the option from this airport to take the commuter or Amtrak train from the airport to Union Station in downtown Washington, DC, which can take 35 to 45 minutes. From Union Station, you can then take a taxi or the Metro to the hotel. For more information about ground transportation from BWI, click here.
When Can I Plan to Leave?
Most Congressional office visits will end by 4:00 pm on Tuesday, June 18.. When scheduling your return flight, please remember to allow enough time to get back to the hotel, pick up your luggage, travel to the appropriate airport and check in.
Visiting Washington, DC
From the Smithsonian museums and the national monuments to the White House and George Washington’s Mount Vernon Estate, there are many things to see and do in Washington. Visit the Washington, DC Convention and Visitor’s Bureau website for more information on where to go.