Did You Know? The Hyatt Regency Dulles is a super accessible hotel! From mass transit to train to airplane to bus and being located right outside the beltway of Washington, D.C. it's never been easier to come party with the coolest animals around :3 By Air you are literally across the street from IAD, the Dulles International Airport, and a few miles west of DCA, the Ronald Reagan International Airport. Serviced by multiple airline companies you can find a flight that suits your budget and take advantage of the complimentary (fancy word for FREE<3) airport shuttle! Edit 6/30: Since some users in the replies have pointed it out, there are some corrections to this info further down. Here's a snippet from @Macrowolf who knows the bus and rail system much better than I do! Also as a side note, Safetrack shouldn't affect Silver Line during Surge #7, which happens during the con, but be aware of it's affect on the red line if you are using the red line to come into the system. www.wmata.com: Metro - Service Status Advisory *These fluctuate like ALL the time, this is what I've seen personally on these ticket prices. By Car you have multiple options! North and South can take advantage of the I-95 East Coast extravaganza along with the comfortable Dulles Access Toll Road. If you're on a budget, VA-28 runs parallel to the airport and the hotel (It's the "right across the street" street for the Airport!) If you leave at the right time, you can avoid lots of traffic, especially around the beltway! But if you want my advice.. be on the beltway between 4-5AM, 10-11AM, 1:30-3:30PM, or 8:00PM-12:00AM (Be warned! Morning, Afternoon, Evening Rush Hours are face-destroyers! Also 1AM-4AM is around the time that the Beltway crews do road maintenance.)** There's also free parking at the hotel! WOOP WOOP! **This is based on my own experiences commuting extremely often into the D.C. area from Philly! Uber/Lyft! Uber & Lyft is strong in the D.C. area! If you ever find yourself stuck be certain that there's an Uber or Lyft driver around at any point in the day! Walking? Sure why not! There are sidewalks and crossings for days! Boating? Hey why not :3 If you can get docking on the Potomac somewhere in Virginia or D.C. you're just a short metro away! For more info on Travel, visit FAU's website and click on the Hotel/Travel Page!