AREA ATTRACTIONS AND HOTEL OVERVIEW
Washington, D.C. is inspiring. As the Nation’s Capital, it is home to the President of the United States as well as many of the 535 members of Congress who not only work but live in the city. The city bustles with government activity. Much of Washington is concentrated around the National Mall (park). To the east of the Mall is the Capitol, lining both sides are the Smithsonian Institute’s museums, to the north is the White House, to the west is the Lincoln Memorial, to the south is the Jefferson Memorial…all of these spectacular sites are within short metro/walking distance from our conference venue, the Capital Hilton (16th & K Street).
The Capital Hilton (16th & K Street) is an elegant 12-story hotel in the center of downtown. It is located two blocks from the White House and within walking distance to monuments, museums, shopping and all local attractions. Situated a block and a half from the Metro: Farragut North. The Metro is clean and safe, making all that Washington, DC has to offer is at your door.
For more information on Washington, DC, please visit http://washington.org/
AREA DINING AND LOCAL GUIDE
Get the latest information on events, attractions, and create your own experience during your visit to Washington, DC, visit: http://washington.org/visiting/browse-dc/interactive-visitors-guide
October weather in Washington, DC is pleasant, making it a good month to visit throughout the year. Expect temperatures between 64-74 degrees Fahrenheit with an occasional rain or shower. Dress comfortably to travel and relax.
WHAT TO WEAR
year's conference attire is business casual.
This includes slacks, polo-type shirts, blazers, or
sweaters for gentlemen; slacks, skirts, polo-type
shirts or blouses, blazers or sweaters, and comfortable
shoes for ladies. Suits, ties, nine-to-five
dresses and high heels are strongly discouraged.