ONLINE HOUSING HAS CLOSED If you’d like to book a room, please contact the following hotels directly and ask for a room in reservations:
- Grand Hyatt Washington D.C. (202) 582- 1234
- Westin Washington D.C. (202) 429- 1700
The Renaissance Washington, D.C. will serve as the headquarter hotel for the conference and will host many constituent activities and Innovation in Medicine meetings.
All hotel reservation requests MUST originate through CMR, either online or with their housing form. Reservations are taken on a first-come, first-served basis. If none of your selected hotels are available, CMR will contact you for your alternate choices.
AAPA has secured discounted rates with several of the finest hotels in Washington, D.C., most within walking distance of the Walter E. Washington Convention Center, which is where you’ll find registration, CME sessions, workshops, Product Theaters and the Exhibit Hall. The House of Delegates and the Assembly of Representatives will also meet at the convention center.
On Site Transportation The conference shuttle is your go to resource for easy transportation to and from all conference venues. Access the schedule here.
Traveling to Washington, D.C., is both easy and affordable because of the various transportation options available.
There are 3 D.C. metropolitan area airports:
- Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport (DCA)
- Washington Dulles International Airport (IAD)
- Baltimore/Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport (BWI)
- Amtrak’s Union Station is located in the heart of Washington, D.C.
AAPA has not made arrangements for discounted transportation service from the airports to hotels within AAPA’s housing block; nor are there complimentary shuttle services provided by the hotels in the housing block. However, the transportation options available once you arrive in Washington, D.C., are plentiful.
Taxis and Super Shuttle
- Taxis are perhaps the easiest transportation option from the airport to the hotel. Super Shuttle is an affordable alternative. Advance reservations are not required.
Metrorail and Metrobus
- The Metrorail subway system is the second busiest in the country and serves more than 80 stations in Washington, D.C., Maryland and Virginia. For additional information about the Metro and its bus service Metrobus, please visit www.wmata.com.