Hotel & Travel Information
NBAA has secured discounted group rate room blocks for the 2020 Flight Attendants/Flight Technicians Conference at a number of hotels within walking distance of the Connecticut Convention Center.
Standard cancellation policy information or terms provided in reservation confirmation messages or by reservation agents may inaccurately reflect the deposit conditions that apply to reservations made within NBAA’s negotiated group rate room blocks as outlined above.
Enjoy the style and luxury of our downtown Hartford Hotel. Located in the Front Street District of Hartford, the Marriott Hartford Downtown overlooks the Connecticut River and is interconnected with the Connecticut Convention Center.
200 Columbus Blvd
Hartford, CT, 06103
0.1 miles to Convention Center
$185 per night (plus taxes and fees)
Book your room today.
Situated in the heart of the business and dining district of Hartford, CT, the Hilton Hartford hotel is within walking distance of over 30 restaurants, bars, and entertainment venues.
315 Trumbull Street
Hartford, CT 06103
0.7 miles to Convention Center
$189 per night (plus taxes and fees)
Book your room today.
Conference Overflow Hotels
NBAA has secured a limited number of additional sleeping rooms at the following property – just a short distance from the Connecticut Convention Center! This additional option is limited and provide attendees an opportunity to explore the local culture and areas of Hartford while meeting the preferences and needs of each unique traveler.
The Hampton Inn & Suites is right next to Founders Bridge, putting you five minutes east of central Hartford and the Connecticut Convention Center.
351 Pitkin Street
East Hartford, CT 06108
0.9 miles to Convention Center
$149 per night (plus taxes and fees)
Book your room today.
If you need additional help, please email NBAA’s Project Manager, Meetings, Chelsea Cranshaw.
From Bradley International Airport
If you’re flying, Bradley International Airport is only 15 miles from Hartford. Bradley serves the top airline carriers in the U.S. with 200 daily flights—34 are nonstop routes. Plus, the Bradley Flyer provides quick and easy access to downtown Hartford, seven days a week. There is a designated stop at the Connecticut Convention Center that picks up in the lower lobby.
Ride-share services from Uber and Lyft are also available, with designated meeting locations at baggage claim.
Getting Around Hartford
Taxi’s, Uber and Lyft drivers are easily accessible throughout downtown.
CTfastrak and CTtransit are great options for getting to and from downtown Hartford, including the Connecticut Convention Center. CTfastrak is Connecticut’s new bus rapid transit system with reliable and frequent service. CTtransit has convenient routes throughout the greater Hartford region. All routes plus real time bus information in the Hartford region are available in TransitApp, so you’ll know just when your bus is going to arrive.
The dash is the most convenient way to experience downtown Hartford, connecting you from the Connecticut Convention Center to hotels, attractions, restaurants and entertainment throughout the city. The dash is a free, downtown circulator bus that departs from the Connecticut Convention Center every 15 minutes on weekdays from 7:00 AM to 7:00 PM. During major downtown events, the schedule may be extended to include evening and weekend service. For extended hours visit CTTransit.com.
Parking at the Connecticut Convention Center
Attached to the Connecticut Convention Center is a covered parking garage with 2,600 parking spaces. In addition, there are 125 outdoor spaces for oversized vehicles in the surface The garage is open 24/7.
Additional parking is available at the Connecticut Science Center garage (460 spaces), Front Street South garage (232 spaces) and Front Street North garage (651 spaces).
For more information, visit the parking garage map.
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