Travel & Lodging
The Partnership For a Healthier America’s 2017 Building a Healthier Future Summit will be held in Washington, D.C., at the centrally located Renaissance Washington, DC Downtown Hotel in the Penn Quarter neighborhood.
Hotel & Conference Location
Renaissance Washington, DC Downtown Hotel 999 9th Street, NW Washington, DC 20001
Travel Deals for the Building a Healthier Future Summit
Amtrak: 10% discount off the best available rail fare is provided to attendees of the 2017 Building a Healthier Future Summit. Call Amtrak at 800-872-7245 and use the code X79C-958. The code cannot be used to book fares via the Internet, for the Acela Service or for the Auto Train. The offer is valid with Sleepers, Business Class or First Class seats with payment of the full applicable accommodation charges.
Delta Airlines: 2 – 10% discount provided to attendees of the 2017 Building a Healthier Future Summit and valid on Delta flights into Washington Reagan National, Baltimore Washington International and Dulles International airports.
United Airlines: 2 – 10% discount provided to attendees of the 2017 Building a Healthier Future Summit. This discount is valid for United and United partner flights into Washington Reagan National, Baltimore Washington International and Dulles International airports.
Three airports service Washington, D.C., and regional areas.
- The closest airport to downtown is Washington Ronald Reagan National Airport (DCA). Blue and Yellow Line Metros run from DCA to downtown and beyond. Taxis are readily available.
- Baltimore Washington International Airport (BWI) is located between Washington and Baltimore, MD. Amtrak and MARC trains service the airport seven days a week. Click here for more information on ground transportation.
- Dulles International Airport (IAD) is in Northern Virginia. Click here for more ground transportation information.
The nearest Metro station is Gallery Place/Chinatown station serviced by the Red, Yellow and Green lines. The entrance/exit nearest to the hotel is on 9th Street. The Metro Center station is just two blocks further, on 11th Street, and is serviced by the Red, Orange, Blue and Silver lines.