Hotel and Travel
We’re excited to bring Content Marketing World to an all-new location – Washington, D.C. Use the resources below to book your hotel and travel, and explore why D.C. was named one of the best cities in the U.S. by readers of Condé Nast Traveler.
Travel With Ease
Located in downtown Washington, D.C, it’s easy to find your way to the Walter E. Washington Convention Center.
By Plane: DC is served by three major airports:
- Washington National Airport (DCA) – approximately 8 miles
- Washington Dulles Airport (IAD) – approximately 35 miles west
- BWI International Airport (BWI) – approximately 42 miles north
By Train: Amtrak serves DC’s Union Station and is connected to the DC Metro on the Red Line.
By Metro: The Convention Center sits atop the Mt. Vernon Square/7th Street-Convention Center station served by Metro’s Green and Yellow lines. Visit
WMATA.com for maps and schedules.
By Car & Parking: Multiple parking garages are located around the Convention Center with hourly and daily rates.
Walter E. Washington Convention Center
801 Mt. Vernon Place NW
Washington, DC 20001
Check out the location of the venue and the surrounding area. Use the filters to find nearby parking, transportation, dining, and attractions.
Book Your Hotel
The Official Housing Block is now closed. To modify or cancel an existing reservation, please contact Convention Housing Partners (CHP) at 415-813-6088 or [email protected].
IMPORTANT: Content Marketing World has designated Convention Housing Partners (CHP) as its official housing company. As the event draws closer, exhibitors and attendees are from time to time subjected to improper solicitation from unaffiliated hotels or third-party housing agencies. Hotels listed on this website are the sole Content Marketing World approved hotels for the event. We do not endorse any offers from other hotels and/or housing agencies. You may advise us of any unauthorized solicitations via email to [email protected]
Washington, D.C. is home to the country’s most iconic monuments and memorials, world-class museums that you can enter for free, and a dining scene packed with culinary talent. If it’s your first time visiting (or your first time back in a while), consider extending your stay and discover everything the city has to offer.
Photos on this page courtesy of washington.org