Hotel & Travel Information


Capital Hilton
1001 16th St NW, Washington, DC 20036

The Capital Hilton is our official conference hotel. Take advantage of a discounted room rate of $245/night (plus tax) for a standard king or double room. Please use the code "AC24” to secure the group rate while available, or call (800) 405-0064. This rate is active through January 19, 2024 (subject to availability).
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Travel Information

By Car:
Click here for an interactive map and driving directions to the Capital Hilton.

Hotel Parking:
On-site parking: Self-parking is available at other nearby garages yet not at the Capital Hilton.
Valet Parking: $59/day plus tax.


Local Attractions and Dining

The historic hotel is in the heart of the nation’s capital, less than a mile from McPherson Square metro station. The National Mall, Georgetown University, and the Smithsonian’s National Air and Space Museum are within 2 miles.

A 4-minute walk from the nearest metro station, this contemporary hotel is a 10-minute walk from The White House and a mile from the Washington Monument.

To learn more about what Washington, DC has to offer, visit its official tourism site.

Local Dining:

Taste the flavors of DC by dining at the many restaurants scattered along the city’s historic streets. Whether you’re dining under the helms of a celebrity chef or sharing small plates with the locals, the cuisine is sure to please. Explore the many restaurants and dining experiences Washington, DC has to offer.


Outside temperatures in Washington, DC during February range between 30°F and 44°F. As with any geographic region, this is subject to exceptions. We strongly recommend attendees to pack accordingly, bringing items such as coats, jackets, and sweaters. Please refer to the local weather before you travel to prepare accordingly for additional options as needed. Within the hotel itself, our goal is to maintain a comfortable temperature, yet can tend towards colder. We encourage attendees to pack appropriately, including items such as light sweaters, wraps, or long-sleeved shirts.