Greetings from Washington, D.C.!

History, attractions and proximity to lawmakers make the city an ideal host for our conference

Our nation’s capital city is a fitting backdrop for the 23rd Annual Travois Indian Country Affordable Housing & Economic Development Conference. You’ll be surrounded by popular sites and a thriving social scene, while learning and networking with industry experts and policymakers.
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Where we’ll be gathering

LINE DC
1770 Euclid Street NW
Washington, D.C. 20009

A Washington, D.C.-inspired hotel housed inside a 110-year-old church, you’ll find history and charm around every corner at the LINE DC. Amenities include an on-premise coffee shop, restaurant, bar, fitness center, and pet-friendly rooms.

We have a discounted group rate of $249/night plus taxes and fees for conference attendees. Booking information will be provided in your registration confirmation email.

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The surrounding neighborhood

The LINE DC hotel is located in the vibrant, pedestrian-friendly neighborhood of Adams Morgan, an enclave in northwest D.C. It’s about one and a half miles north of the White House and four miles north of the U.S. Capitol.

As our hotel’s website says, “This isn’t the D.C. of monuments and men in suits.” Restaurants, art, charming row houses, and nightlife are just steps away from the hotel. You can find a list of some of our hotel’s favorite establishments here.

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Things to do around the city

Washington, D.C., is a city made up of unique neighborhoods that are all worth a visit. So, if you venture outside of Adams Morgan, you’ll discover amazing restaurants, waterfront views, shopping, and beautiful parks all surrounded by history.

Here’s a look at just a few of the things you can do while in town.

Capitol visits: The U.S. senators and representatives from the state or congressional district in which you reside are great resources for tours of the U.S. Capitol. It’s recommended that you contact their offices far in advance to schedule. Find your member here. You may prefer to schedule directly though the U.S. Capitol Visitor Center. You can reserve your spot for a general tour here.

Museums: Washington, D.C., is home to the world’s largest museum complex: The Smithsonian. With 21 museums and the National Zoo, there is no shortage of amazing things to see while you’re in town. The National Museum of the American Indian, which has one of the world’s largest collections of Native artifacts, is part of the Smithsonian Museum system. It’s located on the National Mall.

Cherry blossom watch: On average, the city’s breathtaking cherry blossom trees bloom late-March into early April, but that varies year to year depending on temperatures leading up to the bloom. Let’s cross our fingers for a late bloom in 2023! You can stay up to date on the forecast here.

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Getting around town

Washington, D.C., is regarded as a convenient city for transportation, with a large airport, public transportation, ride-share options, and bike and scooter rentals. 

Airport: Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport (DCA) is located 21 miles south of our host hotel. A list of airlines that operate at DCA can be found here.

Ground transportation: DCA offers many ground transportation options, including shuttle service, taxis, car rentals, and the Metro. Ride share options Uber, LYFT and ALTO operate at DCA. More information can be found here.

See you in April! Be sure to register for our conference to stay up-to-date on the latest news and information.