THE OMNI SHOREHAM HOTEL
2500 Calvert Street, NW
Washington D.C., 20008
Once again, we’re excited to announce that we have moved this year’s unity conference to the Omni Shoreham Hotel in Washington, D.C. Since 1930, the luxurious Omni Shoreham Hotel in Washington, D.C. has played host to presidents, world leaders and inaugural balls, making it a true Washington landmark. Today, the hotel fuses modern comforts with distinguished service, creating a truly monumental experience.
ASA has negotiated a very limited number of discounted rooms for this year’s conference. Get your discounted room now!
If you have any problems securing a hotel room, please contact email@example.com
With hundreds of daily flights, getting into Washington, DC is easy! Choose from three major airports in the metro area.
FROM RONALD REAGAN NATIONAL AIRPORT – 13 MILES
Take a taxi from Ronald Reagan International Airport for roughly $20 or take the Metro to Adams Morgan/Woodley Park metro stop. Walk south from the metro exit and take a right from Connecticut Ave NW to Calvert Street NW. You will see the hotel on your left.
FROM DULLES INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT – 28 MILES
Take the Dulles Airport Toll Road to Route 66 East. Proceed East on Route 66. After crossing the Roosevelt Bridge and entering Washington, D.C., exit onto Constitution Avenue. Stay on Constitution, then make a left onto 18th Street. Then make a left onto Connecticut Avenue. You will go through an underpass under Dupont Circle. After you pass the Hilton on your right, you will go 1 mile, crossing over the Taft Bridge and Rock Creek Park. At the end of the bridge, make a left onto Calvert Street. The hotel will be on your left.
FROM BALTIMORE/WASHINGTON INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT — 38 Miles
Proceed through the airport and follow the signs for I-95 South. Take 495 West toward Silver Spring to Exit 33 (Connecticut Avenue South) toward Washington, D.C. Proceed South on Connecticut Avenue for approximately 5 miles. The National Zoo will be on your left. Proceed another 5 blocks and make a right onto Calvert Street. The hotel will on your left.
- 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 is an inexpensive, stress-free way to get to Washington, DC from along the Northeast corridor.
From Union Station
If you are arriving by train or bus at Union Station, you can reach the venue by car or cab in about 20 minutes or by the Metro in about 25 minutes. Take the Red Line towards Shady Grove from Union Station and get off at Adams Morgan/Woodley Park Metro. Walk south from the metro exit and take a right from Connecticut Ave NW to Calvert Street NW. You will see the hotel on your left.