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The Hyatt Fair Lakes has reserved a block of rooms for the SIGAda 2010 conference
from Saturday night, October 23, through Friday night, October 29.
The conference rate is $119 for single or double occupancy rooms,
$144 for triple occupancy rooms, and
$169 for quadruple occupancy rooms.
State and local taxes (currently 9% will be added per night). All reservations
must be guaranteed by credit card.
Check-in time is 3:00pm. Check-out time is 12:00 noon.
Guests are permitted to check-in earlier on a request basis through
the Front Office Manager, and will be honored according to anticipated
occupancy for that day. Complimentary checkroom facilities will be
available for early arrivals and late checkouts.
You may register at the hotel:
Wi-Fi Internet access is free in each guest room.
Parking at the Hotel
Parking at the hotel is free.
Travel to/from the Hotel
Washington Dulles International Airport (IAD)
Only one taxi company,
Washington Flyer from IAD,
is authorized to operate from the airport; it costs about $25 to travel slightly over 11 miles
from the airport to the hotel.
Returning to the airport, you can use any taxi company; the hotel front desk will call one for you.
Otherwise, one of us can take you there.
Reagan National Airport (DCA)
A taxi will probably cost twice as much or more as from IAD.
But you may take the Blue line Metro from National Airport to the Rosslyn station.
Change to the Orange line and take it to the Vienna/Fairfax-GMU metro stop
(the last one on the Orange line).
Then take a cab to the airport.
The one-way cab fare from the Vienna metro stop to the hotel should cost about $20.
The one-way Metro ticket from the airport to the Vienna metro stop should be less than $10.
However, if you take the
Super Shuttle Service to/from DCA
from Reagan National Airport directly to the conference hotel,
the cost will be about $27 for the first guest and $10 for each additional one.
Baltimore/Washington International Airport (BWI)
Don't take a taxi — it costs too much.
Instead, you can use the Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority (WMATA)
Metro (Bus/Train) Service.
$11 is the cost of a Metro ticket so that you can use the bus,
which will drop you off at the Greenbelt station, and then
take the Green line from there to the L’Enfant Plaza station.
Change to the Orange line metro towards Vienna.
Then take a taxi from the Vienna metro stop to the hotel; this should cost about $20.
However, if you take the
Super Shuttle Service to/from BWI
from Baltimore/Washington Airport directly to the conference hotel,
the cost will be about $63 for the first guest and $12 for each additional one.