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Airport Information

The closest airports to Washington, DC are Ronald Regan National Airport (DCA), Dulles International Airport (IAD) and Baltimore/Washington International Airport (BWI).

Hotel

The Washington Court Hotel is located in downtown Washington DC, a 10 minute walk from Capitol Hill and Union Station. Guests at the Washington Court Hotel can explore the rich history of Washington DC just by stepping outside its front doors. Situated adjacent to Union Station, the hotel is located in the heart of the distinctive Capitol Hill neighborhood providing access to the National Mall, renowned monuments, free museums and the U.S. Capitol. The location provides convenient access to the DC Metro and Amtrak lines from Union Station.

Address: Washington Court Hotel
525 New Jersey Ave NW
Washington, DC 20001

VNAA Reservation Discount

VNAA has negotiated a discounted room rate of $289/night (single or double), plus applicable taxes, for all meeting attendees and exhibitors. To receive this discounted rate you must request the "VNAA discount" when making your reservation. The deadline to receive the discounted rate is August 20, 2013. You must register for the Public Policy Leadership Conference within two weeks of making your hotel reservations for room discounts to apply.

Make Reservations Online

Use the promotional code VNAA2013 to receive the discount.

Make Reservations by Phone: 202-628-2100

Be sure to mention that you are with VNAA to receive the discount.

Local Attractions:

While at the Public Policy Leadership Conference, plan time to explore the neighborhood with historic buildings and diverse dining options. Visit historic sites such as the National Postal Museum, the Library of Congress and the Smithsonian.

Read more about the food selection and nightlight options at the hotel website, or ask the experts themselves: VNAA's Staff.


"The Pearl Dive Oyster Palace welcomes you with a rustic decor that showcases a variety of repurposed items from around the United States, and will be your choice for the widest variety of high quality oysters. The Woolly Mammoth Theatre Company serves an essential "research and development" role within the American theatre community: Plays premiered here have gone on to productions at more than 200 theatres in thirty-nine states and twelve countries. The Hamilton offers a huge menu of American-style fare with an Italian influence, and is also a venue for events like DC Jazz Week."

- Rebecca Schmitt, Senior Project Associate, VNAA

"Best place to eat: Old Ebbit’s near the White House. An excellent spot for out of town guests as they can go see the White House and then enjoy the oldest tavern in DC – also reasonably priced and supports local farms. Best place to go: Since the Washington Monument is still closed for repairs from the earthquake August 2011, the best place to see the city is the Old Post Office Pavilion– it’s free and offers a great view of the city."

Eileen Grande, Manager of Education and Events, VNAA

"About 10 years ago, you couldn't find a decent piece of pizza in DC, now there's a new, fantastic and original pizza place on every corner! My favorite is an ode to Chicago style pizza, District of Pi. As far as must see places, I love the atrium of the Hart Senate Office Building. Every chance I get to be in that building I spend at least five minutes in the atrium enjoying the architecture and the beautiful modern art insulation simply called 'Mountains and Clouds.'"

- Katy Barnett, Advocacy and Grassroots Manager, VNAA

"One of the things I enjoy is kayaking along the Potomac. It offers some great views of the Key Bridge and Memorial Bridge, Georgetown, The Kennedy Center, and a few monuments, depending on how far you want to go. Jack's Boathouse, located in Georgetown, is a friendly establishment that always has plenty of boats and is open until 8:00 p.m.!"

Lauren Chandler Obermeier, Project Coordinator, VNAA

"Experience Friday afternoon traffic on either Route 50 East in Maryland or I-95 South in Virginia. Your nation's capital officially has the worst traffic in the nation, having just beaten out Los Angeles! Experience a superlative today: The forty-five minute mile!"

- Chuck Koch, Senior Director of Membership and Corporate Relations, VNAA

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