YESTERDAY’S POLITICAL INFLUENCE newsletter, published daily by POLITICO, featured the Association TRENDS Fly-in/Legislative Day Yearly (F.L.Y.) Guide, a ranking of D.C.’s most popular fly-in hotels. Association TRENDS – which, like Lobbyists.info, is a division of Columbia Books – publishes the guide every year in its monthly, and discusses the results at an annual breakfast on fly-ins.
The value of ranking D.C. hotels rests on the premise that selecting the best available venue is the most important decision a planner can make when coordinating a fly-in. As a matter of definition, you hgh height growth can’t have a fly-in without a hotel, so one must choose wisely. This year’s all-around winner was Hyatt Regency, earning best overall, best meeting rooms, best logistics, and most knowledgeable of fly-in protocol (there’s a low bar here: most hotel staff don’t have a clue what ‘fly-in’ even means). If location were its own category, the Regency would tie with The Liaison Capitol Hill, both of which are mere steps from the Capitol.
The full results, which were very graciously uploaded by POLITICO, can be viewed here.