HOTEL & TRAVEL
The well-being of our attendees and staff is a top priority for The Heritage Foundation. We are carefully monitoring the ever-changing conditions of the Coronavirus pandemic and are committed to ensuring that appropriate health and safety measures are in place at the 2021 Legal Strategy Forum.
Legal Strategy Forum participants will stay at the Hyatt Regency Washington on Capitol Hill. We will pay for a two-night stay for every LSF participant and will consider on a case-by-case basis three nights, should your travel arrangements make that necessary.
Reservations Policy: A credit card will be requested at the time of reservation, but will only be charged if you book additional nights beyond those covered by LSF or incidentals, like room service. Please book only a standard room using the reservation system. Other options may be available to select, but Heritage will only cover the cost of a room with a standard king or two double beds, and not a suite.
Cancellation: Cancellations must be made 72 hours prior to arrival without incurring a fee. Attendees will be responsible for any cancellation fees.
Parking: Self-parking is available at the hotel at the rate of $64/per night. LSF attendees will be responsible for their own parking expenses.
Reagan National Airport (preferred airport)
Located 15 minutes from The Heritage Foundation and the Capitol Hill Hyatt Regency and is serviced by several major airlines, with non-stop flights available through several U.S. cities.
Baltimore/Washington International Airport (secondary airport)
Located about 40 miles from Capitol Hill; provides non-stop daily service to more than 650 domestic and international flights.
Dulles International Airport (secondary airport)
Located about 35 miles from Capitol Hill; provides non-stop flights to 125 domestic and international destinations on 36 airlines.
Ground Transportation and Parking
We ask that LSF participants pay for their own local transportation and parking. We will not reimburse you for these expenses. There are airport shuttles (and cabs) from all three airports and an inexpensive train or subway from DCA (Ronald Reagan National) and BWI. For those local to DC that plan to drive in, parking is available at Union Station for approximately $24.00 a day.