ETF Strategy Summit
October 15-16, 2018 | Hyatt Regency | Dallas, TX
ABOUT THE VENUE
Implementing portfolio construction ideas for today’s forward thinking money managers
Hyatt Regency Dallas
300 Reunion Blvd E,
Dallas, TX 75207
We have set up a room block ($209/night) which expires September 24, 2018. After September 24, rates and availability are not guaranteed. Click Here to reserve a room. You may also book by calling (214) 651-1234. Please mention ETF Strategy Summit when making reservations.
Valet Parking, operated by PMSI, is available at hotel entrance. Includes in and out privileges for hotel guests only. Self-parking in the outdoor Radish Lot is conveniently located on the north end of the hotel at the intersection of Hotel Street and Reunion Boulevard West. In and out privileges for overnight guests only, operated by PMSI.
FROM DFW INTERNATIONAL
Taxi fare is approximately $45-50. Go Shuttle shuttles are for $16 and are located on the front drive. Sedan, SUV and cab service also available. Make a reservation! The DART (Dallas Area Rapid Transit) orange line leaves from the airport and goes to the West End station, and guests can take either the red or blue line to get to Union Station (attached to the hotel via underground concourse). For transportation to DFW Airport from the hotel, guests can take either the red or blue DART lines from Union Station to the West End station and switch to the orange line to take to the airport.
From Love Field
Taxi fare is approximately $20-25. Go Shuttle shuttles are for $16 and are located on the front drive. Sedan, SUV and cab service also available. Make a reservation!
Amtrak: Connected to Hyatt Regency Dallas by way of underground walkway to Union Station. Please call 214 653 1101 for train information.
Greyhound: The nearest Greyhound station is located at 205 S Lamar St. Please call 214 849 6831 for bus information.
Light Rail Service: (Operated by DART – Dallas Area Rapid Transit)
Dallas Streetcar: This is a FREE service provided by DART that picks at Union Station, connected to the hotel, and runs to the Bishop Arts District, one of Dallas’ best areas for food, shops and galleries.