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Registration Packages

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Grand Hyatt Washington offers both convenience and comfort. Located in the popular Penn Quarter neighborhood, the hotel is steps away from the many restaurants and shops of CityCenterDC. For those looking to explore DC, the train from the Metro Center can be accessed through the hotel lobby.

  • Sophisticated spaces: Modern guestrooms that reflect D.C.’s bustling metropolis
  • Location, location, location: A Penn Quarter address in the heart of D.C.’s downtown
  • D.C.-inspired dining: Signature restaurant, casual eatery, and Starbucks® Reserve
  • Recharge and relax: Work out in the FIT Club, swim in the indoor pool, or stop by on-site shops
  • Grand Hyatt Washington
          1000 H Street NW, Washington, DC 20001
  • Group rate: $159 per night, plus applicable taxes (currently 14.5%) and/or hotel-specific fees in effect at the time of the event.
  • Cutoff date: To receive the group rate, all reservations must be before 5:00 p.m. EDT on October 11, 2017. Please note that reservations at the group rate are offered on a first-come first-serve basis and rooms may not be available close to the deadline.
  • Cancellation policy: All rooms must be cancelled 48 hours before departure to avoid penalty. Please refer to all cancellation details in your reservation confirmation for the most up-to-date terms.
  • Grand Hyatt Washington
          1000 H Street NW, Washington, DC 20001
Cantina Marina – just a short walk from the Waterfront metro stop, Cantina Marina offers drinks and nachos (among other tasty eats) along the water. It’s the perfect place to spend a sunny evening sipping margaritas.
Kyle Jennings Manager, Communications & Student Development
Joe Patrick Director, Campus-Based Programs
Jaleo – from the fried dates wrapped in bacon to the Canary Island-style potatoes with mojo verde, there's something for everyone. And that's not even mentioning the Flan for dessert.
Roy Quini Manager, Production & Design
Try Ted’s Bulletin. You can’t go wrong for breakfast, lunch, dinner, a cocktail or dessert. Their house-made pop tarts are worth every bite.
Melissa Low Senior Director, Communications & Advocacy
Tail Up Goat – Casual modern American restaurant, but the food are service are anything but ordinary. The lamb ribs are a must!
Fay Gallagher Christenson Manager, Production & Design
Denson – Intimate underground speakeasy in the heart of DC, specializing in timeless cocktails complete with an inspired Art-Deco atmosphere.
Will Flourance Web Developer / Designer

  • Hazel - Chef-driven New American fare #firepanda
  • Kinship - The chef Eric Ziebold is a Thomas Keller protégé; amazing food with a “smart casual” vibe
  • Le Diplomate - Stephen Starr’s first restaurant in DC; great French food, laid back brasserie style restaurant with a great patio
  • Estadio - Modern Spanish Tapas restaurant

  • Columbia Room - Amazing cocktail bar with a back room offering a tasting menu. For a al carte options, ask to sit in the Library, a cozy indoor bar, or more casual outdoors in the Punch Garden
  • Dram & Grain - A speakeasy within Jack Rose, a great bar itself known for having almost 3000 bottles of whiskey!
  • Off the Record - Classic DC bar in the basement of the Hay Adams Hotel

Attendee FAQs

Dress Code

The dress code for the weekend will be professional attire.

  • Women may wear a dress, a skirt or pants with a nice shirt, and heels or flats
  • Men may wear a blazer or suit jacket, button down shirt, suit pants, a tie, and dress shoes.
  • Dress for the Lucky Strike Networking Event will be smart casual.
  • Please note that on Saturday, we will be participating in some sports activities and you are highly encouraged to bring sneakers for that day.

For any questions, please call CMAA at (703) 739-9500. Travel safe!