Hotels Near Metro Center Station

1484271751_08_thumbs_upRecommended Hotel: Hotel Harrington
Why: Low Rates, Great Location

There are several hotels within a few blocks of the Metro Center station in Washington, DC. If you look at the major hotel brands you’ll find that they are trendy, up to date, and have wonderful amenities. The drawback is the cost, and this is why we recommend Hotel Harrington if you are coming to Washington, DC and need a hotel within walking distance to the National Mall that is also in an excellent location downtown. Hotel Harrington won’t impress a loved one, but thousands of online reviews point out it is an adequate place to rest and recover after a long day of sightseeing. Wifi is free and parking usually tends to hover around $20 per day which is also much less than nearby competitors. With so many coffee shops and restaurants within walking distance you don’t need to worry about getting food in the hotel, although we found that people do praise the restaurant at Hotel Harrington. If you can keep your expectations in check this is an excellent way to save some money when visiting Washington, DC

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What Metro Center Hotel is Right for You?

If a bargain is not what you are looking for the nearby Grand Hyatt and Marriott will impress. Each has an indoor pool, gym and trendy hotel restaurants. Each are flagship properties that are kept up to date. Keep in mind, often weekend rates at all hotel in downtown DC will drop. We suggest using the deals widget below to find the most affordable hotels for your dates in downtown Washington, DC near the Metro Center station.

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Is Metro Center Right for You?

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nieghborhood_vibe_48Metro Center Neighborhood: Metro Center is a business district at the heart of Washington, DC. At the junction of almost all of the metro lines—Red, Orange, Blue, and Silver, it is also a major transportation hub in the city. The National Mall is going to be a 15 to 20 minute walk or quick ride on the Orange line. Shoppers will find everything from high-end boutiques, like Gucci and Kate Spade, to discount shops like Forever 21 and H&M. From Metro Center it is a short walk to all of DC’s major tourist destinations. Metro Center is also home to Madame Tussaud’s and Ford’s Theater. Foot traffic dies down on weekends as you won’t find many who actually live in this area, though upscale condos have started going in at various spots in this neighborhood, such as City Center. While Metro Center is generally a safe neighborhood, you will find panhandlers on the corners and should take care when walking around at night

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Hotel Deals in Downtown Washington, DC

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  Hotel HarringtonHyattMarriott
Hotel WebsiteNANAHotel Website
TripAdvisorHotel HarringtonGrand HyattMarriott
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Avg. Sun-Thu$132$149$189
Avg. Fri. & Sat.$126$190$200
Parking$17 Per Day$40-$52 Per Day$55.70 Per Day
WifiFreeFree$12.95 Per Day
Breakfast$5-$25 A La Carte$15-$30 A La Carte$10-$20 A La Carte
Walk to MetroDirectionsDirectionsDirections
Blocks to Metro311
PicturesRoomsRoomsRooms
RoomsYes. Designated smoking areasStandard & Suites AvailableStandard. King, Queen, Doubles
Airport ShuttleNoNoNo
Hotel ShuttleNoNoNo
RestaurantHarriet's Restaurant (American), Harry's Pub (American)Cure and Bar Bistro (American), Cabinet (American)Fire And Sage (American), Starbucks
GymNoneCardio machines onlyCardio machines and free weights
PoolNoneIndoorIndoor
PetsNoNoNo
SmokingNoNoNo

Hotel Harrington

Avg. Fri & Sat - $132
Avg. Sun-Thu - $126
Harrigington Hotel
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Blocks to Metro - 3
Parking - $17 / Day
Wifi - Free
Breakfast - $5-$25 A La Carte
Airport Shuttle - No

Marriott

Avg. Fri & Sat - $189
Avg. Sun-Thu - $200
Hotel Website
Marriott
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Blocks to Metro - 1
Parking - $55 / Day
Wifi - $13 / Day
Breakfast - $10-$20 A La Carte
Airport Shuttle - No

Hyatt

Avg. Fri & Sat - $149
Avg. Sun-Thu - $190
Grand Hyatt
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Blocks to Metro - 1
Parking - $50 / Day
Wifi - Free
Breakfast - $15-$30 A La Carte
Airport Shuttle - No

About Metro Center Area

Who is Best for this Location?

thumbs_up Metro Center is an ideal location for those looking to stay in the heart of DC and desire convenience to all that the city has to offer. Tourist will appreciate the upscale hotels during the weekend when rates drop. This is a popular spot for business travelers.

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nieghborhood_vibe_48Neighborhood Vibe: Metro Center is a business district at the heart of Washington, DC. At the junction of almost all of the metro lines—Red, Orange, Blue, and Silver, it is also a major transportation hub in the city. The National Mall is going to be a 15 to 20 minute walk or quick ride on the Orange line. Foot traffic dies down on weekends as you won’t find many who actually live in this area, though upscale condos have started going in at various spots in this neighborhood, such as City Center. While Metro Center is generally a safe neighborhood, you will find panhandlers on the corners and should take care when walking around at night.

things_to_do_48Things to Do: Shoppers will find everything from high-end boutiques, like Gucci and Kate Spade, to discount shops like Forever 21 and H&M. From Metro Center it is a short walk to all of DC’s major tourist destinations. Metro Center is also home to Madame Tussaud’s and Ford’s Theater.

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what_to_east_48What to Eat: Metro Center offers a lot of fast casual options for the local professionals that will also offer a tasty and quick lunch for visitors. Try District Taco or, if you’re in want of a salad, Chop’t. Metro Center is also a popular spot for food trucks on weekdays. There are plenty of sit-down dining options here as well. NYC’s famed Momofuku and Milk Bar just opened a DC location in City Center or walk down to Pennsylvania Avenue for a stellar view of the Capitol and upscale French fare at Central. Head to Capitol City Brewery for craft brews and to catch the day’s game. Metro Center is also a short walk to the bustling bar and restaurant scene at Chinatown.

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Harington Hotel – Metro Center

Weekday Avg. Rate $132
Weekend Avg. Rate $126
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Hotel Specs

Closest Station3 Blocks
WifiFree Wifi
Parking$17 Per Day
Breakfast$5-$25 A La Carte
RestaurantHarriet's Restaurant (American), Harry's Pub (American), Ollirburger & Fries (American)
Shuttle to AirportNo
Hotel ShuttleNo
GymNo gym
PoolNo Pool
Room TypeStandard & Suites Available
PetsYes. Dogs and Cats. Up to 50lbs.
SmokingYes. Designated smoking areas

Hyatt – Metro Center

Weekday Avg. Rate $149
Weekend Avg. Rate $190
metro-center-hyatt

Hotel Specs

Closest Station1 Block
WifiFree Wifi
Parking$40-$52 Per Day
Breakfast $15-$30 A La Carte
RestaurantCure and Bar Bistro (American), Cabinet (American), Starbucks Reserve
Shuttle to AirportNo
Hotel ShuttleNo
GymCardio machines only
PoolIndoor
Room TypeStandard & Suites Available
PetsNo
SmokingNo

Marriott – Metro Center

Weekday Avg. Rate $189
Weekend Avg. Rate $200
metro-center-marriott

Hotel Specs

Closest Station1 Block
Wifi$12.95 Per Day
Parking$55.70 Per Day
Breakfast$10-$20 A La Carte
RestaurantFire And Sage (American), Starbucks
Shuttle to AirportNo
Hotel ShuttleNo
GymCardio machines and free weights
PoolIndoor
Room TypeStandard. King, Queen, Doubles
PetsNo
SmokingNo