Venue, Hotel Pricing & Room Reservation Information
The EnergyBiz Leadership Forum will take place at:
The National Press Club, 13th Floor
529 14th Street Northwest Washington, DC 20045
The EnergyBiz Leadership Forum has reserved a limited number of rooms at:
The W Hotel Washington, DC
515 15th Street NW, F Street Washington, DC 20004
The conference rate is $319 per night. For reservations please contact the W Hotel directly at 1-877-WHOTELS and reference "Energy Central/EnergyBiz Leadership Forum". Space is available on a limited basis until February 28th. However Energy Central recommends early reservations to guarantee space at the W.
For additional questions on Venue and Hotel please contact Brittany Cameron at email@example.com or call 303-228-4764
Dress for all conference events is business.
Badges must be worn at all conference events.
Transportation to/from Airports
Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport
Dulles International Airport
Baltimore Washington International Airport
Taxi service is plentiful and economical in Washington. Taxis operate on a zone, rather than meter, system, and by law all rates must be posted in each cab. Rates are usually $1.50 for each additional passenger. Cabs for Maryland and Virginia can take passengers from the District of Columbia to locations in their respective states but not to different locations within the city.
Subway and Bus Systems
Metrorail and Metrobus provide the safest, cleanest and most efficient way of getting around Washington and the metropolitan suburbs. Five rail lines and an extensive bus system connect the District with the Maryland and Virginia suburbs. Train lines are named for colors: Red, yellow, blue, green, and orange. Station entrances are marked by brown pylons, capped with the letter “M” and colored stripes indicate which lines are available.
Route maps are posted at each station and inside each subway car. Metrorail opens 5:30 a.m. weekdays and 7 a.m. on weekends. It closes at midnight Sunday to Thursday. On Friday and Saturday nights, it stays open until 3 a.m. Each train displays the name of its farthest destination. Base subway fare is $1.35 and increases during rush hour and for longer trips. Rail farecards can be purchased at vending machines located inside the stations. Farecards are inserted into the turnstile gates to enter and exit subway platforms. The fare is automatically deducted each time you exit a station. To continue your trip by Metrobus, obtain a transfer at your originating station before boarding the train. Buses travel to Georgetown and other areas not serviced by the subway.
For more information regarding hotel or travel please contact
Brittany Cameron: firstname.lastname@example.org Phone: 303.228.4764