There are 9 Courtyard Hotels near metro stations in DC and the surrounding areas. Our favorite Courtyard Hotel is the Dunn-Loring location, which offers free underground parking, low weekend rates and short walk through restaurants to the metro.
The Eisenhower and New Carrollton Courtyards also offer free parking, but on average are more expensive for the same commute time. A popular options in Maryland is the Silver Spring Courtyard, but comes with the drawback of higher rates and paid parking. Other options that are in DC like Chinatown, Navy Yard and New York Ave are much more expensive, and include an expensive parking fee. Tyson’s Corner is closer to shopping, but you’re better off saving the extra money by staying in Dunn-Loring, which is only a stop away from the shopping centers and malls.
Top 9 Courtyards in Washington, DC
|Hotel||Station||Commute||State||Blocks||Avg. WK||Avg. WKD||Parking|
|2||Courtyard||New Carrollton||30 mins||MD||1||155||121||Free|
|4||Courtyard||Silver Springs||25 mins||MD||4||212||136||$13 Per Day|
|5||Courtyard||Tysons Corner||30 mins||VA||1||270||91||$7 Per Day|
|6||Courtyard||Friendship Heights||15 mins||MD||3||218||148||$15 Per Day|
|7||Courtyard||Navy Yard||15 mins||DC||1||129||159||$30 Per Day|
|8||Courtyard||New York Ave.||5 mins||DC||1||227||157||$45 Per Day|
|9||Courtyard||Chinatown||0 mins||DC||1||294||237||$59 Per Day|
Why Find a Courtyard by the Metro?
The Metro system in DC is fast, convenient and cheap. In fact, it’s cheaper to take the metro than to drive around, whether you’re in DC for business, vacation or just visiting.
The DC metro system can take you anywhere you need to go, usually within a 15 minute ride (30 if you’re out towards the suburbs). Be sure to stay at one of these hotels close to a Metro station and save the hassle.