AAMC Learning Center

AAMC Learning Center

655 K Street, NW
Washington, District of Columbia 20001
United States

Meeting Rooms


Guest Rooms



Between 50 Mbps and 99 Mbps Rating:

Largest Meeting Room

2386 ft2 / 0 m2



Offering over 15,000 square feet of meeting space and a rooftop with stunning city views, the AAMC Learning Center can accommodate meetings and events for up to 200 people. With a team of dedicated meeting professionals, access to the latest audiovisual technology, on-site audiovisual support, and one of D.C.’s finest caterers, the AAMC Learning Center is the perfect place to host a successful meeting.


Situated in the heart of the Mount Vernon Square neighborhood, the AAMC Learning Center is minutes away from Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport, Union Station, and three Metro stops, making it easily accessible for visitors who travel by air, train, or local transportation.

Meeting Facilities

The AAMC Learning Center has over 15,000 square feet of meeting space with natural lighting and a premier rooftop reception space. The Center is a certified LEED Green Building and ADA Compliant.

Business Services

The AAMC Learning Center's members lounge provides a quiet environment for guests to relax before or after meetings, catch up on the latest news, print boarding passes, and enjoy complimentary beverages. For larger print and copy jobs, FedEx Office Print and Ship Center is just a short walk from the AAMC Learning Center.

Dining & Entertainment

The AAMC Learning Center is steps away from CityCenterDC and Capital One Arena, where you will find over 30 retailers including many of the world's most fashionable brands, restaurants by world renowned chefs, and events from sports games to the biggest names in the entertainment industry.

Guest Rooms

There are a number of hotels within walking distance to the AAMC Learning Center.

Recreation & Leisure

It’s easy to ride the Metro or hop on a bike and explore all that the nation’s capital has to offer. Walk the halls of free Smithsonian museums, paddle on the Potomac and Anacostia rivers or sit back on a double-decker tour bus and soak up some history. Local shops, funky marketplaces and people-watching hot spots beckon by midday, as nighttime gives way to multi-course dinners and drinks from local breweries. Visit www.washington.org for a list of things to see and do in Washington, DC.