Hotel Deals North of D.C. Focused on Savings

Watch this video to learn about the best places to stay north of Washington, DC that are best for savings. Also find out how to find the best hotel deal for these locations, or start searching hotel deals now.

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Step 1: Check Shady Grove Hotel Deals

About Shady Grove Hotels & Neighborhood

Shady Grove Shady Grove is the best location to consider for travelers coming north down either I-95, or I-270. There are no hotels within a short walk to the Metro, but the local hotel offer shuttle service to and from the Metro. If that is not appealing then parking is available at the station for $5 and there are 77 spaces available. While the commute into on the Metro D.C. is about 40 minutes the savings on hotels is usually consistent. Some of the hotels are within walking distance, but most people will want to utilize the hotel shuttle or drive over to the station where parking is available. The area is suburban Washington, DC. The Shady Grove metro stop is at the very end of the red line in between Rockville and Gaithersburg, Maryland. This area is suburban, filled with office parks and housing developments. Convenient to I270, this metro stop offers free and plentiful parking on weekends. However, the ride into downtown DC will take approximately 45 minutes.

Step 2: Check Greenbelt Hotel Deals

About Greenbelt Hotels & Neighborhood

Greenbelt This is an ideal location for visitors who are looking for a basic hotel to sleep in after a long day in DC. There are no hotels within walking distance, but the Greenbelt station is flush with over 200 spaces of parking available at $5 per day. Visitors should be prepared for a no-frills neighborhood and a 30 to 40 minute commute into Washington, DC on the Metro. Greenbelt, Maryland is located at the end of the green/yellow metro lines, north of Washington, DC. Close to the University of Maryland, this area is suburban, with groups of townhouses, neighborhoods of single family homes, and the requisite office parks and strip malls. This is a safe area, but not very walkable. A car is really a must to stay here. Greenbelt is conveniently located off of the Capital Beltway and there is a bus to Baltimore-Washington International Airport from the metro station.