Meeting Venues & More

With a variety of meeting spaces, convention halls and more, it’s no surprise that DC is one of the top destinations to host a meeting.

Where to Eat Near the Walter E. Washington Convention Center

The Walter E. Washington Convention Center is one of the top meetings venues in the nation’s capital. Fortunately for conventioneers, it also happens to be surrounded by one of the city’s fastest growing restaurant scenes. We’ve compiled some of the top dining hot spots in the neighborhood below to...

Espita Mezcaleria - Shaw - Washington, DC
The 10 Largest Hotel Ballrooms in Washington, DC

Big meetings require a lot of space. While the Walter E. Washington Convention Center offers the city’s largest ballroom at 52,000 square feet, DC hotels also provide a trusted range of great options. If you’re looking for a luxury ballroom, a window-filled space or a venue based on location, then...

Marriott Marquis Meeting Space - Washington, DC
Your Guide to the Walter E. Washington Convention Center

The cornerstone of downtown DC’s renaissance, the Walter E. Washington Convention Center is as functional as it is artistically impressive. The 2.3-million-square-foot space hosts meetings, conventions and events of every kind, from medical industry annual meetings to comic book-inspired expos and...

Inside the Walter E. Washington Convention Center in Washington, DC - Top Meeting and Convention Venue in Washington, DC
Hotels Coming Soon

Eaton Workshop | Opening late summer 2018 209-room hotel with focus on progressive social change On-site Eaton Workshop to include co-working space, cultural programming Concept by Founder and President Katherine Lo • • • The Moxy | Opening summer 2018 New hotel concept from Marriott International...

The Conrad Washington, DC
What’s New in the Nation’s Capital

As international and American investment creates more game-changing developments, and as neighborhoods sprout new restaurants and attractions, DC is becoming even more exciting and event-worthy. NEW URBAN HUBS Capitol Riverfront Open Situated just south of the U.S. Capitol, this emerging...

Recreation Pier at The Wharf on the Southwest Waterfront - Dining, Shopping and Entertainment Destination in Washington, DC
Private Dining Spots for Intimate Groups of 150 or Less in Washington, DC

Washington, DC hosts exclusive meetings of all types and sizes, making intimate dining spaces for groups a necessity. From Michelin-starred restaurants to museums and historic buildings, the nation’s capital does not disappoint. Check out some of our top choices for your next private dining...

Chef's Table at Michelin-starred Blue Duck Tavern - Private dining space for intimate groups of 150 or less in Washington, DC
The Assembly on Capitol Hill

Nothing happens in this city without a little collaboration. Meet, create, learn and invent with the support of Capitol Hill’s most connected hotels. All centrally located, recently renovated and wired with the latest technology, The Assembly on Capitol Hill is prime for your next conference. Hyatt...

The Assembly on Capitol Hill - Meetings in Washington, DC
18 Unique Boardrooms with Natural Light for Your Next Meeting In & Around Washington, DC

Everyone wants a boardroom that’s conducive to big ideas . That’s why DC provides a range of options when it comes to unique boardrooms with natural light that will energize the room and the people in it. Not only do these boardrooms have natural light, but some also boast breathtaking views of the...

Group meeting at Top of the Hay in The Hay-Adams hotel - Boardrooms with natural light in Washington, DC
Connecticut Avenue Collection

Three of DC hospitality's biggest names – Washington Hilton , Marriott Wardman Park Hotel and the Omni Shoreham Hotel – have come together to form the Connecticut Avenue Collection (CAC), a one-of-a-kind answer for meeting planners. The convention hotel trio offers planners a spacious, scenic and...

Marilyn Monroe mural on Connecticut Avenue in Washington, DC
11 Unique Meeting Break Options in Washington, DC

Meeting attendees can have a wide span of interests – from the foodies and the active go-getters to the yoga pros and history buffs. The challenge arises when you’re looking for a break that is both nourishing and energizing, while also being conducive to networking. DC offers some new break ideas...

Unique meeting breaks in Washington, DC - Meeting and event at Nationals Park bullpen