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Book a room at Hyatt Regency

The Music Tech Conference is being hosted at the James L. Knight Center located next to the Hyatt Regency Hotel.
Use the promo code G-MTCB to get the best deal we have secured for you.

Checkout 11:00 AM

Check-In 4:00 PM

Hyatt Regency Miami’s 615 rooms and suites boast rich wood furniture, ample closet space and spacious office areas. Each of our rooms offer gorgeous views of either Biscayne Bay or the downtown Miami cityscape, with floor-to-ceiling windows that let in natural light. Reserve one of our presidential suites and enjoy 1,600 square feet of space with separate living and sleeping areas, as well as a sleeper sofa. With Miami International Airport only seven miles away, arrival is easy.

Miami - Transit and Mobility

Public Transportation Options

Miami Trolley

Ten different routes will take you around the City of Miami for free, seven days a week. Use the Biscayne and Brickell routes to get around Downtown. Click here for more information, including route maps and hours of operation or download the Miami Trolley App and track your trolley with up-to-the minute arrival and departure times.


The 25-mile elevated rapid transit system has 23 accessible stations, providing easy access for riders across Miami-Dade County, with direct service to Downtown Miami and the Miami International Airport, among others. For more information including routes, hours of operation, and pricing, click here Miami-Dade Transit also has a helpful app, the MDT Tracker, that will help you plan your trip and give you real-time information on transit services in the Greater Miami area.



Everybody rides free on this fully-automated, electrically powered transportation system that runs from 5am to midnight Sunday through Thursday and 5am to 2am Friday and Saturday. You can connect with Metrorail at the Government Center and Brickell stations and with Metrobus at various locations throughout Downtown. Click here for more information, including schedules and routes.


Designed to intersect with Metrorail and Metromover, the Metrobus system serves all major shopping, entertainment and cultural centers, as well as major hospitals and schools. Click here for more information, including bus schedules and routes.

Tri-Rail is a commuter rail service linking three counties; Miami, Fort Lauderdale and West Palm Beach. Tri-Rail has served over 100 million riders in its 34 years of operation. This year it began service into downtown Miami at MiamiCentral.  Click here for more information, including schedules and routes.

This is the forefront of elevated travel between South Florida and Orlando. Brightline connects you to Florida’s most exciting destinations. Enjoy comfortable, sustainable train service between Miami and Orlando — with stops in Aventura, Fort Lauderdale, Boca Raton, and West Palm Beach. Click here  for more information, including schedules and routes.

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