Maps & Directions

Location

Hyatt Regency Crystal City

Maps & Directions

  • From Reagan National (DCA)
    Take the Hyatt shuttle van.
    If renting and driving, from the airport access road take the Jefferson Davis Hwy South, then turn left (east) at the 27th St intersection. NOTE: GPS may tell you to make a U-turn at 27
    th St. This is wrong.

  • From Dulles (IAD)
    Take the Silver Line Express bus ($ 5) to Wiehle-Reston East, then the Silver Line metro
    in the direction of Largo Town Center to the Rosslyn station; transfer to the Blue Line metro in the direction of Franconia/Springfield to the Crystal City Metro Station. The Blue Line train to Crystal City at Rosslyn is on the lower level.  The hotel bus stops there every 15 minutes.
    Alternatively, take the Washington Flyer {$ 10) to East Falls Church, then either the Orange Line
    in the direction of New Carrolton or Silver Line in the direction of Largo Town Center to Rosslyn, transfer to the Blue Line (see above) to Crystal City.
    • Super Shuttle 1/2  $ 29/39, but see the
    WFC discount below.
    • Taxi fare approx  $ 65.

  • From Baltimore-Washington (BWI)
    Take the BWI Express Metro bus service to the Greenbelt Metro Station, then take the Green Line
    in the direction of Branch Ave (alternatively, if it is running at the Greenbelt station, the Yellow Line in the direction of Huntington), transfer to the parallel Yellow Line at any station between Fort Totten and L'Enfant Plaza. Take the Yellow Line in the direction of Huntington to the Crystal City Metro Station.
    Alternatively, take the MARC train from the BWI Marshall station to D.C. Union Station, then follow Union Station instructions below to Crystal City.
    • Super Shuttle 1/2  $ 48/60, but see the
    WFC discount below.
    • Taxi fare approx  $ 85.

  • From Union Station
    Take the Red Line
    in either the direction of Shady Grove or Grosvenor to Chinatown, where you transfer to the Yellow Line in the direction of Huntington to Crystal City; or you can continue on the Red Line to Metro Center and transfer to the Blue Line in the direction of Franconia/Springfield to Crystal City. The Blue Line at Metro Center is on the lower level The Yellow line crosses the Potomac on a bridge and the Blue line goes via a tunnel).
    • Limo  $ 79.
    • Taxi fare approx  $ 18.

  • Schedules and prices subject to change.

  • Maximum WFC 2014 parking garage height is 6 ft 6 in.

  • Alternate Parking Information

Super Shuttle Discount

Booking a ride online at the Super Shuttle web site will give you the WFC discount fare of
  $ 27 from Dulles International (IAD)  and
  $ 43 from Baltimore-Washington International (BWI).
Booking round trip will get a $ 5 total discount.  Group code:
TLGB9.

Booking by telephone ( 1-800-BLUE-VAN ) will incur a $ 2 charge, and there is no discount available at the airport counters.


Public Transportation

Public transportation is run by the Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority (WMATA; www.wmata.com).  It consists of two parts, a heavy rail/subway system (the Metro) and a bus system (Metrobus).  The web site includes a trip planner if you wish to go sightseeing.

The most economical (and convenient) way to travel on the system is to purchase a SmartTrip card.  They are available from machines in all of the Metro stations.  For $ 10, you get a refillable plastic card with $ 8 of fare on it.  Most rides cost $ 2-3, depending on the route and the time of day.  Do not buy a paper fare card!  Every time you use a paper fare card, you will be charged $ 1 in addition to the fare for that trip.  In addition, you can use the card on Metrobuses.  When you go home, keep your SmartTrip card for your next trip to D.C. or leave it with Registration so that it can be donated to a good cause.