Looking for a hotel in the Washington, DC area? Use the links to the right to find dozens of Washington, DC area hotels that are close to metro stations.
Washington, DC Hotels Near Metro Stations
Make Sure the Washington, DC Area Hotel You Select is Within Walking Distance of a Metro Subway Station.
If you are planning a trip to metro Washington, DC and are only looking for hotels in Washington, DC (i.e., within the District), you may want to broaden your search to Washington area hotels including those located in Northern Virginia and Maryland. In particular, you should consider area hotels near metro subway stations because the metro system gives you access to much of what Washington, DC has to offer, and you may be able to find a more reasonably priced hotel near, but not in, Washington. That is, by using DC by Metro you may be able to get a Washington, DC hotel without the DC hotel price.
In Northern Virginia you have Washington, DC area hotels located near metro subway stations in Arlington County; the city of Alexandria; and Vienna, VA, which is in Fairfax County. Arlington County offers the widest selection of Washington, DC area hotels near metro stations. The Metro Stations with hotels nearby are Rosslyn, Courthouse, Ballston-MU, Pentagon City, and Crystal City. Alexandria has three stops, Braddock Road, King Street (the major Alexandria stop serving Old Town Alexandria), and Eisenhower Avenue. Finally, the Dunn Loring Station is in Vienna, VA, which is located in Fairfax County. And, as an added bonus, all these metro subway stations, with the exception of Eisenhower Avenue, have subway service that takes you directly to the Smithsonian Metro Station.
In Maryland, you will find Washington, DC area hotels located near metro subway stations in Friendship Heights, which straddles the DC-Maryland border, Bethesda, White Flint, Silver Spring, and Twinbrook. The Friendship Heights area has an urban feel somewhat like many parts of downtown Washington, giving you many of the benefits of downtown Washington hotels. The other metro stations in Maryland have a somewhat more suburban feel, but at any one of these stations you may be able to find the perfect DC area hotel at a suburban price.
It doesn't matter if you are looking for a budget hotel or a luxury hotel in the Washington, DC area, hotels located near metro stations offer mobility that is hard to beat.
Advanced Notice of Scheduled Maintenance
The Metro Subway System (the Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority) has begun providing advanced notice of major track work. The information may be helpful when you are looking for hotels near Metro Stations. Check to make sure track work in the metro Washington, DC area won't upset your plans. [Reported on http://www.wmata.com/rail/trackwork.cfm the Metro System's Web Site]
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