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Meeting Rooms Near Washington, District Of Columbia

We can also source venues in the following locations:

Washington, District Of Columbia 13 venues in this city
Falls Church, Virginia 1 venue approximately 7 miles away
Mclean, Virginia 2 venues approximately 8 miles away
Greenbelt, Maryland 1 venue approximately 10 miles away
Vienna, Virginia 1 venue approximately 12 miles away
Fairfax, Virginia 2 venues approximately 15 miles away
Reston, Virginia 2 venues approximately 18 miles away
Herndon, Virginia 4 venues approximately 19 miles away
Dulles, Virginia 1 venue approximately 22 miles away
Columbia, Maryland 4 venues approximately 23 miles away
Baltimore, Maryland 2 venues approximately 36 miles away
Cockeysville, Maryland 1 venue approximately 45 miles away
Hagerstown, Maryland 1 venue approximately 62 miles away
Dover, Delaware 1 venue approximately 83 miles away
Mechanicsburg, Pennsylvania 1 venue approximately 90 miles away

Venues Featured Venues

  1. Attune Washington D.C.
    1110 Vermont Avenue NW, Suite 700 Washington, DC 20005
  2. Reston Center
    12120 Sunset Hills Road, Suite 100, Reston, Virginia 20190
  3. Baltimore Center
    8890 McGaw Road, Suite 200, Columbia, Maryland 21045
  4. Columbia Center
    10480 Little Patuxent Parkway, 7th Floor, Columbia, Maryland 21044
  5. Baltimore - North Center
    338 Clubhouse Road, Hunt Valley, Maryland 21031

Cities with additional venues Cities with Additional Venues

  1. Washington, DC
  2. Falls Church, VA
  3. Mclean, VA
  4. Greenbelt, MD
  5. Vienna, VA
  6. Fairfax, VA
  7. Reston, VA
  8. Herndon, VA
  9. Dulles, VA
  10. Columbia, MD
  11. Baltimore, MD
  12. Cockeysville, MD
  13. Hagerstown, MD
  14. Dover, DE
  15. Mechanicsburg, PA

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Meeting in Washington, District Of Columbia

The perfect meeting room space is one that is conducive to sharing ideas while providing the amenities one comes to expect from a professional company. Attune is dedicated to providing meeting spaces that are designed to meet the needs of our corporate clients’ business.

Attune's meeting rooms in Washington come with a vast array of amenities, including a full-time, well-trained hospitality staff, on-site IT services dedicated to helping with the setup and installation of necessary software and hardware, and custom gourmet and catering services that appeal to a wide range of palates. To keep our clients on top of things, we offer access to beverages and snacks. Meetings can sometimes stray because of extraneous factors, and to avoid this, Attune also offers our clientele computer-equipped rooms and the potential for virtual meetings. To support these endeavors, we also provide premium bandwidth and Wi-Fi across the facility.

The adaptability of our meeting rooms in Washington makes them viable for all types of corporate meetings. Alternate seating options and flexible booking schedules are perfect for companies that need to have access to a rolling schedule for their meetings. The goals of corporate meetings differ, and at Attune, we believe in ensuring that the needs of the client are met so that they can forge on with the more essential things. Contact us today to work out a booking schedule that suits your company.

Experience Washington, D.C.

The United States' national capital is a fascinating location to visit. Most of the historical buildings that date back to the country's founding are open to the public, and any visitor lucky enough to make it to Washington D.C. shouldn't pass up the opportunity.


Points of Interest

Among the sights that a visitor should aim to see include:

  • The Capitol and Capitol Hill: The home of the United States Government, the Capitol Dome is one of the most recognizable of American symbols. Free tours can be arranged online, and the entire site is rich with the nation's interesting and varied history.
  • The White House: The home of the President of the United States of America, the White House stands as a monument to US Democracy. The White House Visitor Center is the first stop for those wishing to visit the building and tours can be arranged that tell bits and pieces of the tapestry of history the house has witnessed.
  • The Washington Monument: The Washington Monument was erected in memory of General George Washington. Even though construction of the edifice took about a hundred years, it is still among the most recognizable of Washington D.C.'s monuments. The image of the monument is beautifully mirrored in the Reflecting Pool at its base.
  • The Lincoln Memorial:The 19-foot marble statue of President Abraham Lincoln has been a fixture of Washington D.C.’s monument campus since 1922. At night, visiting the well-lit memorial and other buildings in the National Mall is something tourists should try to do at least once.


Living History in a City

When most people think about Washington D.C., the first thing that comes to mind is the image of the US Government. The national monuments and world-famous museums like the Smithsonian make Washington D.C. a piece of living history.


Events in Washington D.C.

  • White House Easter Egg Roll (April) Kids of all ages are welcome onto the White House lawn on Easter Monday in the annual tradition of the Easter egg hunt. Started as a tradition in 1878 by then-president Rutherford B. Hayes, it has endured, becoming part of the lore and culture of the White House, and something that each successive president has carried on ever since.
  • D.C. Jazz Festival (June) While the capital has a lot of different musical tastes and styles, the D.C. Jazz Festival is a notable “coming together” of world-famous artists on a single stage. With hundreds of artists included in the line-up, it's the perfect place for listeners to discover new talent, or rediscover old favorites.
  • Fourth of July (July) American independence is celebrated throughout the country, but never with as much intensity as in the nation's capital. The morning parade followed by concerts in the National Mall and the West Lawn represents longstanding traditions. The night caps off in a massive fireworks display near the Washington monument.
  • National Book Festival (September) The National Book Festival is where authors come to see and be seen. Attracting a plethora of authors from all different genres and walks of life, the book festival is an integral part of discovering new authors and encouraging them to show off their work.