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Accommodations 2014
 Conference Hotel

The Conference Hotel

The Omni Shoreham Hotel is the official hotel for the 2014 CFHA Conference.

CFHA Group Rate: $229 single or double occupancy (UNTIL 9/19)

Call for Reservations: 202-234-0700

NOTE: CFHA has a few extra rooms on hold for Thursday, Friday and Saturday nights. Please contact Steffani Blackstock before October 10 to request a reservation.

Omni Shoreham Hotel
2500 Calvert Street NW (at Connecticut Ave.)
Washington, DC 20008 U.S.A.


The elegant Omni Shoreham Hotel is known for attracting famous politicians, as well as stars of Hollywood past and present. Built in 1930, the hotel has hosted presidents, world leaders and inaugural balls. Today, the Omni Shoreham Hotel offers the latest in modern amenities and conveniences, making it a true Washington landmark.

Located in one of the District's premier residential neighborhoods, this four-diamond retreat is situated on 11 lush acres near Rock Creek National Park and is just steps away from the National Zoo.

Many of the hotel's 836 luxury guest room accommodations and suites offer spectacular views of the park.

The hotel is just 8 miles from Reagan National Airport and 28 miles from Dulles International Airport.

Want FREE in-room wifi and morning beverage delivery to your hotel room?  Join the Omni's Select Guest Program now.


Park View of the Omni Shoreham Hotel  The Diplomat Room at the Omni Shoreham Hotel    A suite at the Omni Shoreham Hotel   A double room at the Omni Shoreham Hotel   Patios at the Omni Shoreham Hotel


Omni Select Guest Program

Earn points for your stay at the Omni Shoreham Hotel.

From the ability to earn FREE complimentary Wi-Fi, pressing service and morning beverage delivery,  and hotel room nights, there's real value in every stay. It's Omni's way of taking care of you even more and keeping the little things from adding up.

Membership is complimentary. Join the Omni's Select Guest Program now.

Getting to Washington, DC

Visitors can travel to Washington, DC by plane, train, bus or car. The region is serviced by three airports, as well as Amtrak at Union Station. 

The Omni Shoreham Hotel is just 8 miles from Washington Reagan National Airport (DCA) and 28 miles from Dulles International Airport (IAD). Baltimore/Washington International Airport (BWI) is approximately one hour away.

Once you’ve arrived, DC is an extremely easy town to get around. The city prides itself on being pedestrian-friendly and on its clean and accessible Metro system. Most attractions are within walking distance of a Metrorail or Metrobus stop. 

You can also use the DC Circulator, which makes roundtrip loops throughout a number of popular DC neighborhoods, and you’ll find cabs in abundance. 

Ground Transportation from Reagan National Airport (DCA) to the Omni Shoreham Hotel


  • Taxi: Approximately $20 - $25
  • Shuttle Service: Transportation is available through Super Shuttle to the Hotel. Super Shuttle is located at Ground Transportation and must be scheduled by the Guest, by calling 1-800-BLUE-VAN (1-800-258-3826). The trip is approximately $12.00 for one passenger and an additional $10 for each additional passenger.
  • Sedan Service (reservations required): Approximately $65 (up to 4 passengers)
  • Metro: Take the Blue Line metro in the direction of Largo to Metro Center. Change to the Red Line in the direction of Shady Grove. Take Red Line to Woodley Park/Zoo Metro Station. The hotel is located one block from the metro.  Once you have exited the Metro via the escalators, go to the right and down the stairs.  Go to the left and walk to Calvert St (1 block).  Cross the street and take a right.  The hotel will be on your left hand side.  Approximately $1.35 - $2.55 per person.

For maps, directions and transportation details from other locations, go to the Omni Shoreham Hotel website

About Washington, DC

Founded on July 16, 1790, Washington DC is unique among American cities because it was established by the Constitution of the United States to serve as the nation’s capital. From its beginning, it has been embroiled in political maneuvering, sectional conflicts and issues of race, national identity, compromise and, of course, power.

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