The 2016 Nuclear Industry Summit will be held from March 30-31 at the Grand Hyatt Washington at 1100 H Street, N.W. in Washington, D.C. Located in D.C.’s Penn Quarter, the Grand Hyatt Washington is conveniently located near the Walter E. Washington Convention Center, where the 2016 National Security Summit (NSS) and 2016 Nuclear Industry Expo will be held from March 31-April 1.
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Please make your hotel reservation online or call the Grand Hyatt Washington at 1-202-582-1234 and identify yourself as an attendee of the 2016 Nuclear Industry Summit. The deadline to guarantee the room rate of $259.00 per night (single/double occupancy) was March 7. The price and room availability are now at the discretion of the hotel.
Due to the high level of security, travel time around D.C. is anticipated to increase; therefore attendees are strongly encouraged to book rooms at the Grand Hyatt Washington.
Hotel cancellations must be made 72 hours prior to scheduled arrival to avoid a room charge. The room rate may be available three days prior and three days after the meeting, based on availability. Check-in is at 3:00 p.m. ET and checkout is at Noon. If you have questions or need assistance with your hotel reservation, please contact Chareese Cunningham at email@example.com.
Nuclear Industry Expo Information
The Nuclear Industry Expo will be held from Thursday, March 31-Friday, April 1 at the Walter E. Washington Center at 801 Mt. Vernon Place, N.W. in Washington, D.C. One of the most energy-efficient buildings for its size, the Convention Center includes a range of mixed-use exhibit spaces, 198,000 square feet of flexible meeting space with a total of 77 break-out rooms and the largest ballroom in the region. The Convention Center is located between 7th and 9th Streets and N Street and Mt. Vernon Place in downtown DC, right across from Carnegie Library at Mt. Vernon Square.
Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport (DCA)
Dulles International Airport (IAD)
Baltimore Washington International Airport (BWI)
From Ronald Reagan National Airport to Grand Hyatt Hotel
- Super Shuttle– No advance reservations required. Super Shuttles are located at Ground Transportation. A Super Shuttle representative is onsite during regular business hours. After hours, call 1-800-258-3826. Cost: $10 per person, one-way.
- DC Metro– Take the Blue Line to Metro Center station. Follow 11th Street exit to the lobby of Grand Hyatt Washington hotel. Cost: $2.10 per person, one-way. DC Metro fare is subject to change.
- Taxi– Taxis are available outside airport terminals. Grand Hyatt Washington is located approximately 15 minutes from the airport, traffic dependent. Cost: $12 to $15, one-way.
From Dulles International Airport to Grand Hyatt Hotel
- Super Shuttle– Advance reservations not required. Super Shuttle stops are located on the Ground Transportation level roadway outside the Main Terminal at Dulles International Airport. Shuttles operate on demand. Cost: $38 per person, one-way.
- Taxi– Taxis are available on the lower level of the Main Terminal. Wheelchair-accessible minibuses are available. Grand Hyatt Washington is located approximately 40 minutes from the airport, traffic dependent. Cost: $50 to $60, one-way.
- Private car service– Please contact Grand Hyatt Washington concierge to make arrangements for private luxury car service to our DC metro area hotel.
From Baltimore Washington International Airport to Grand Hyatt Hotel
- Super Shuttle– Super Shuttle is located at Ground Transportation. No reservations needed. Cost: $45 per person, one-way.
- Taxi– Find taxis outside Baggage Claim. Grand Hyatt Washington is 50 minutes from the airport, traffic dependent. Cost: approximately $60-$70, one-way.
- Private car service– Contact the concierge at Grand Hyatt Washington to make arrangements for private luxury car service.
THINGS TO DO AND SEE
As the nation’s capital, Washington D.C. is a city of history, much of which can be experienced by walking. Much federal architecture from the early years of the country is still standing, nestled among the buildings that make up a bustling metropolis. Here are a few distinctive places you may visit while in Washington.
The White House
The Washington National Cathedral
The Thomas Jefferson Memorial
The United States Capitol
The Lincoln Memorial
The Martin Luther King, Jr. Memorial
The Vietnam Veterans Memorial
The National Smithsonian Museums and National Zoo
George Washington’s Mount Vernon