Washington Dulles International Airport (IAD)
Airport Hotels and Accommodation
(Washington, District of Columbia - DC, USA)
Washington Dulles Airport (IAD) is a busy international airport serving more than 24 million passengers each year.
With such large numbers of visitors arriving to the city, it will come as no surprise that there is plenty of accommodation close to the airport, with well-known hotel brands well represented.
Washington: Airport Hotels and Accommodation
Actually situated within the airport ground, the Washington Dulles Airport Marriott hotels is particularly popular with business travelers and those planning to fly early in the morning. A good selection of further hotels can be found within just 3 miles / 5 km of IAD Airport, including Holiday Inn, Hyatt and Hilton. Courtesy shuttles are provided by many of the main hotels, collecting passengers upon request. Buses and taxis are also available at Dulles Airport.
HOTELS CLOSE TO WASHINGTON DULLES INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT (IAD)|
|| Km |
|Washington Dulles Airport Marriott||45020 Aviation Drive, Dulles,|
Virginia (VA), 20166, USA
|Dulles Airport||2200 Centerville Road,|
Herndon, Virginia (VA), USA
|Holiday Inn IAD Dulles Airport Hotel||1000 Sully Road, Route 28 Exit 9,|
Dulles, Virginia (VA), 20166, USA
|Hyatt Dulles Hotel||2300 Dulles Corner Boulevard, Herndon, Washington,|
District of Columbia (DC), 20171, USA
|Hilton Washington Dulles||13869 Park Center Road, Herndon,|
Virginia (VA), 20171, USA
|Staybridge Suites Dulles Hotel||13700 Coppermine Road, Herndon,|
Virginia (VA), 20717, USA
|Courtyard by Marriott||3935 Centerview Drive, Chantilly,|
Virginia (VA), 20151, USA
|Sterling Hotel||45520 East Severn Way,|
Sterling, Virginia (VA), USA
|Comfort Inn IAD Dulles Airport Herndon||200 Elden Street, Herndon,|
Virginia (VA), USA
Washington: City Hotels and Accommodation
Those wishing to stay in the heart of the city will find downtown Washington easy to reach, by either road or train. The downtown district lies around 26 miles / 42 km to the east of Washington Dulles International Airport (IAD) and is brimming with hotels, bed and breakfasts, guest houses and reasonably priced accommodation, suiting both the tourist and business visitor. The following central districts provide the best selection of lodging in the city.
The bustling downtown district is the city's true hub and contains a wealth of shopping malls, restaurants, art galleries, important museums and theaters. Accommodation situated in downtown Washington is often close to major tourist attractions, many of which are just a short distance from the hotel, within easy walking distance.
Located nearby the world-famous White House, much of the Foggy Bottom neighborhood is centered around the dominating Metro train station. Offering a selection of hotels and historical structures, Foggy Bottom has long been one of Washington's oldest districts and is full of character, with many buildings dating back to the 19th century. Accommodation here is often close to the George Washington University, with highlights including the vast Watergate Hotel complex.
Encircling the colorful Chinatown district, Penn Quarter is situated on the northern side of Pennsylvania Avenue and has expanded considerably over the year. Many important landmarks and buildings are located in this district of Washington, together with a large number of hotels, eateries, theaters, clubs and bars. Penn Quarter also contains a number of noteworthy parks and the Verizon Center stadium, which regularly hosts major sporting events and concerts, filling nearby hotels to capacity.
A particularly lively part of the city, Dupont Circle is known for its high concentration of bars, street cafés and hotels, with accommodation to suit all possible requirements. Home to a large gay community, this neighborhood stands on the northwestern side of Washington and is intersected by many busy roads, including Massachusetts Avenue, a major thoroughfare lined with hotels, attractions and restaurants.
Home to the Howard University campus, Washington's Shaw district is edged by the North Capitol Street and contains many old buildings. A good selection of hotels and guest houses can be found close to the university, as well as numerous bars, restaurants and more.
Washington's Shaw district is a large and spacious square, with many prominent hotels and sightseeing opportunities nearby. Highlights include the Lincoln Theater, Howard University and part of Washington's Convention Center, together with a plethora of entertainment venues and eateries, including Ben's Chili Bowl, a famous restaurant founded in the mid-20th century.
Home to selection of cheap hotels, including the Holiday Inn Washington Georgetown, situated along Wisconsin Avenue, Georgetown sits alongside the scenic Potomac River, with a host of waterfront attractions. Accommodation is also clustered around Georgetown district, with a good variety of shopping centers often close to hand.
One of Washington's most well-known districts, Capitol Hill is a peaceful area and the perfect place to escape the bustle of city life. Bordered by the Capitol Streets and divided into two main regions, hotels in this part of Washington are amongst the city's most popular, with well-known brands in plentiful supply, together with cheap bed and breakfast options.
The city's biggest residential district, Capitol Hill is a particularly historic part of Washington and is located close to the US Capitol building. With many long and spacious avenues containing more than their fare share of accommodation, Capitol Hill is close to the Anacostia River, which lies to the east.