The Hampton Inn can be found throughout the DC area near the metro lines. Of the seven we found, the best option is hands down the Silver Springs location. The combination of the fun location, low overall costs, and stellar reviews, Silver Springs Hampton Inn stood out on top. As a close second, the King Street location also had a great location and reviews, but the higher prices held it back.
Crystal City, Farragut and Navy Yard all had great locations close to DC, but total costs were much higher. Branch Ave and Greenbelt boasted cheaper rates and free parking, unfortunately the necessity of a car made these locations less convenient. If you want to stay at a Hampton Inn for your trip to DC, I suggest looking at the one in Silver Springs for the best deals.
|Hotel||Station||Commute||State||Blocks||WK Avg.||WKD Avg.||Parking|
|Hampton Inn||Branch Ave.||30 mins||MD||6||$135||$118||Free|
|Hampton Inn||Crystal City||15 mins||VA||3||$226||$142||$15 Per Day|
|Hampton Inn||Farragut||5 mins||DC||2||$234||$206||$38 Per Day|
|Hampton Inn||Greenbelt||30 mins||MD||Short, Drive||$127||$123||Free|
|Hampton Inn||King Street||20 mins||VA||2||$228||$156||$20 Per Day|
|Hampton Inn||Navy Yard||15 mins||DC||2||$193||$118||$43 Per Day|
|Hampton Inn||Silver Springs||25 mins||MD||4||$158||4122||$20 Per Day|
Why Find a Hampton Inn Near 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.
Parking anywhere in the DC area can be expensive and frustrating. Add on the hectic traffic and limited street parking, and you’re looking at spending more time and money than it’s really worth.
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.