The Loews Madison Hotel

1177 15th Street, NW
Washington, DC 20005
+1 202-347-3000 or +1 877-212-5752.

All Conference programs will be held at the The Loews Madison HotelReserve your room online or call 1-202-347-3000 or 877-212-5752 to make your reservations. Be sure to mention the ASA Unity Conference to get the best rate. 


Flying to the Conference

With hundreds of daily flights, getting into Washington, DC is easy! Choose from three major airports in the metro area.


Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport (DCA)
  • 5 miles
  • 15 minute drive
  • $4 on the Metro
  • $14 on Super Shuttle
  • $18 cab ride
Washington Dulles International Airport (IAD)
  • 27 miles
  • 40 minute drive
  • $29 on Super Shuttle
  • $70 cab ride
Baltimore-Washington International Airport (BWI)
  • 39 miles
  • 55 minute drive
  • $37 on Super Shuttle
  • $90 cab ride

Travel Discounts --

Airfare: American Airlines is providing discounted fares for Conference attendees. To make reservations under this rate, call (800) 433-1790 and mention Promo Code 4644BX. You may book online at www.aa.com/group; enter Promo Code 4644BX when searching for your flights.


Transportation to the Hotel

Reagan National Airport (DCA) is located only 5 miles from The Mayflower Renaissance Hotel. Estimated taxi fare is $18 one way. Metro is available from Reagan National Airport to The Mayflower Renaissance Hotel via Farragut North Metro Stop on the Red line and Farragut West Metro Stop on the Blue and Orange lines.

Washington Dulles International Airport (IAD) is located 26.7 miles from The Mayflower Renaissance Hotel. Estimated taxi fare is $70 one way. Shared van rides are available on SuperShuttle for approximately $29 per person, one-way. For more information regarding SuperShuttle or to make reservations, click here.

Taking the Bus to the Conference

Put your feet up and let someone else do the driving! Low-cost bus lines like Megabus and BoltBus offer travel from many East Coast cities for an unbeatable price.

  • Tickets for as low as $1 each way.
  • Many lines pick up and drop off at Union Station.
  • Direct routes from most major Northeast cities.

Taking the Train to the Conference

Taking the train is an inexpensive, stress-free way to get to Washington, DC from along the Northeast corridor.

From Union Station

  • Direct routes from most major cities in the Northeast.
  • Major stop for Amtrak’s high-speed Acela Express service.
  • MARC and VRE commuter train access from the surrounding areas.
  • Hop on the Metro’s red line, which goes straight to the hotels!

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