NAR REALTORS® Legislative Meetings & Trade Expo
NAR REALTORS® Legislative Meetings & Trade Expo
Washington Hilton, Washington, D.C.
Join us in Washington, D.C. to network, get the latest industry news and product information, and be a part of the committee meetings for the Council of Residential Specialists. The CRS business meetings are held in conjunction with the NAR REALTORS® Legislative Meetings & Trade Expo so CRS members active on NAR committees or with state lobbying initiatives can participate in both meetings and take advantage of the NAR trade exposition and other programs.
There is no fee to attend the NAR REALTORS® Legislative Meetings & Trade Expo, but REALTORS® must register to attend. When you register please keep in mind:
CRS HOTEL INFORMATION
1919 Connecticut Ave., NW
Washington, D.C. 20009
The Washington Hilton is 20 minutes from Reagan International Airport, Washington Convention Center, and Union Station. Room amenities include voice mail, cable television with remote, in-room pay movies, hairdryers, irons and boards, coffee makers, am/fm radio, and complimentary newspaper. The hotel has a health club ($10 daily fee) and indoor & outdoor pool.
Need more Information? If you have further questions, call Customer Service at 1.800.462.8841.
CRS EDUCATION SESSIONS:
Maryland/DC CRS Night Out:
Washington D.C. weather, travel, ideas for things to see while in D.C. and more:
Weather: The average temperature in D.C. for the month of May is 76° during the day and 52° in the evening. Before your departure to Washington D.C., check the ten day forecast at www.weather.com.
ARRIVING IN WASHINGTON
There are three airports available in the D.C. area -- Reagan International, Dulles and Baltimore International. The closest airport to our hotel is Reagan International. You may however, find a better airfare into the other airports. You can reach the hotel via the following modes of transportation:
Taxis: Taxis will run approximate $25-30 from Reagan International, $45-55 from Dulles and $60+ from Baltimore.
Limo: Limousines are available for hire. Please call the bell stand at the hotel for arrangements.
Metro: The Metro service is about four blocks from the Hilton Washington. When you take the Metro from the airport, you will want to get on the Red Line to the Dupont Circle Metro Station stop. Once you get off at the Dupont Circle stop. Exit at the North end of the Station to Q Street. Walk four blocks North on Connecticut Avenue to the Hilton Washington.
PARKING AND METRO INFORMATION:
The DuPont Circle Metro Station on the Red Line is the closest Metro Station to Washington Hilton. Exit at the north end of the station to Q Street and walk four blocks north on Connecticut Avenue to the Hilton located at 1919 Connecticut Avenue NW.
Valet parking at the hotel is $49 and self-parking is $41. There are two parking facilities (Central Parking) located at 11 DuPont Circle and 1800 Massachusetts Avenue NW. Both facilities charge approximately $15.
Dress is business casual for the meetings however, some of the better restaurants will request that men wear jackets and ties. Be prepared for the rooms to have air conditioning bordering on freezing – do not forget a jacket and/or sweaters. Don’t forget to pack your sunglasses, umbrella, and great walking shoes.
Please try to travel in numbers. Travelers are the most careless group because they have so many other thoughts on their minds while walking around the city. Do not wear your badges on the street.
Complimentary shuttle service is provided between the Marriott Wardman Park Hotel, Omni Shoreham Hotel and Washington Hilton via mini coaches. Look for vehicles marked "NAR Shuttle" on the front window.
The shuttle service hours are determined by the REALTORS® Legislative Meetings and Trade Expo activities. Shuttle service starts approximately one hour prior and runs one hour later than daily official meeting hours.
Hotel Boarding Points
Special Needs Shuttle Service
FLOOR PLAN & CITY MAP
The hotel’s latest floor plan can be obtained from the Concierge on the first floor along with a map of the D.C. area.
When you are not in meetings, Washington has so many great things to do. Some options are noted below or try www.washingtondc.com.
1) Museums - Washington D.C. is home to more than 50 museums!
2) Washington Zoo
3) Shopping - Georgetown or take the metro to the mall (2 stops on the red line)
4) The White House, Capital Building, Jefferson, Lincoln and Viet Nam Memorials, etc.
Check with the concierge for scheduled times, places and the best way to get where you would like to go.
In a city filled with foreign embassies, numerous eateries cater to the international crowd. Fresh seafood arrives from Chesapeake Bay; hence, crab cakes are a staple of most Washington menus. Some top Restaurants rated by Zagat include: Marcel's, Prime Rib, Obelisk, and Corduroy.