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North America’s Largest Technology Conference & Exhibition for Librarians and Information Managers
Computers in Libraries 2011
March 21 - March 23, 2011
Hilton Washington
1919 Connecticut Ave. NW • Washington DC
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Hotel and Travel Information
The cut-off date for hotel reservations has passed, but the Hilton is still accepting the discounted group rate, subject to availability. To make your reservation, you must contact the Hilton directly at 202-483-3000 and ask for the Computers in Libraries group rate.

Hotel
Hilton Washington
1919 Connecticut Avenue NW
Washington, DC 20009

Hotel Reservations

Please note that the hotel requires a one night advance deposit on all reservations that will be charged to the guest credit card. This charge will be refundable up to 24 hours prior to arrival.

Meeting & Travel Consultants, Inc. (MTC) is the official housing bureau for Computers in Libraries 2011. For your convenience, hotel reservations can be made for the Hilton Washington at the discounted group rate of $249 single/$259 double (plus applicable taxes).
These rates are exclusive through MTC only and will not be extended by the hotel directly. Rates will remain in effect until Friday, March 4, 2011. However, please note that the discounted group block is subject to availability and is not guaranteed. Early booking is suggested. Please note that credit card information is required to confirm all reservations.

Make your reservation with MTC today!

Click: www.mtcreservations.com
Phone: (732) 549-3985 or 3986
E-mail: bookit@mtcreservations.com
Fax: (732) 549-3987

Directions

from nearest metro station (dupont circle):
The Dupont Circle Metro Station on the Red Line is closest Metro Station to the hotel. Exit at the north end of the Station to Q Street and walk four blocks north on Connecticut Avenue to Hilton Washington, located at 1919 Connecticut Avenue.
from baltimore / eastern pennsylvania / new york - north
Take Rt. I 95 south to 495 West. Take 495 West to exit 33, the sign will say Chevy Chase/Connecticut Ave. Take Connecticut Avenue South. After approximately five miles on Connecticut Ave. South you will see the National Zoo on your left. Five blocks after zoo you will come to the William Taft Bridge. Cross bridge and get into left lane. At third traffic light, make a left, hotel will be on left.
from baltimore washington parkway
Take Baltimore Washington Parkway to New York Ave. Stay on New York Ave. for approximately six miles then veer right on to Massachusetts Ave. Take Massachusetts Ave. to Dupont Circle stay in the outer right-hand lane. Go a third of the way around the circle and make a right on to Connecticut Ave. Hilton Washington will be four blocks up on right.
from richmond / williamsburg - south
Take I 95 North to 395 North. Stay on 395 North and when you see the sign for Route One move to the left lane. This will take you to the 14th Street exit. Follow 395 North over the 14th St. Bridge. Stay in the left-hand lane. Take 14th St. to R St NW. You will notice the streets run alphabetically. Make a left on R St. Follow R St. for six blocks to Connecticut Ave. NW. Make a right on Connecticut Ave. Hilton Washington will be three blocks up on right.
from rt. 66 / mclean / charlottesville - west
Take Rt. 66 to Constitution Ave. Constitution Ave. to 18th St. Left on 18th St. 18th St. to Connecticut Ave. Left on Connecticut Ave. Stay in left-hand lane and take the Dupont Circle underpass. Hilton Washington will be on the right.
Parking
From Connecticut Avenue, take a right on T Street and drive alongside the perimeter of the hotel. Drive past the T Street Ballroom entrance, and at the first intersection, take a hard left onto Florida Avenue, and then another left onto 19th Street. The parking facility entrance is located on the left, on 19th Street.
Indoor garage. Valet only. Overnight rate is $25 per day with in and out privileges.
Vehicle clearance is 6 8.
hotel parking
  • Daily Parking Charge: $28
  • Valet Parking Charge: $35
Local Airports
washington national airport
Distance from hotel: 6 mi.
Drive time: 20 min.
Directions: Follow signs to Washington/14th Street Bridge. Go across bridge into Washington, D.C. Take 14th Street to K Street N.W. Turn left on K Street, then right on Connecticut Avenue. Address is 1919 Connecticut Avenue N.W.
Getting to and from the Airport
Subway/Rail , typical minimum charge is USD 4.00
Taxi, typical minimum charge is USD 19.00
Get turn by turn directions.
washington dulles international airport
Distance from hotel: 27 mi.
Drive time: 40 min.
Directions: Take Dulles Access Road to Rt 66, East to Constitution Ave, turn left from Constitution Ave on 17th St NW and follow as it changes to Connecticut Ave North.
Getting to and from the Airport
Bus Service
Taxi, typical minimum charge is USD 55.00
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baltimore/washington international
Distance from hotel: 33 mi.
Drive time: 1 hr.
Directions: Follow signs to I-95 S. Follow Parkway to Washington Beltway. Turn right onto Beltway and follow to Conn. Ave turnoff. Follow Connecticut Ave to T Street.
Getting to and from the Airport
Rental Car
Subway/Rail, typical minimum charge is USD 6.50
Taxi, typical minimum charge is USD 65.00
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