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How to get to the Gaylord National Resort & Convention Center

Hotel Parking:

24-Hour Valet Parking Facilities $35 per day

Airports:

Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport (DCA)
Travel distance approximately 4 miles from hotel.

Taxi:  $30 - $35

Shuttle Service:
The National Harbor now offers a courtesy shuttle service (max of 51 passengers) between National Harbor and King Street Metro station.  The airport is connected directly to Metro's Yellow and Blue Lines. Follow the signs to the covered walkways and into the station. Take yellow or blue line 2 stops to the King Street metro.  Upon exiting the Metro Rail Station, there will be a pedestrian walkway directly in front of you. Follow this pedestrian walkway all the way to the end and you will be on Diagonal Road. The shuttle picks up on Diagonal Road.

 

Dulles International Airport (IAD)
Travel distance approximately 36 miles from hotel

Taxi: $85 - $90

Metro: Coming from Dulles International Airport, connect to Metrorail using Metrobus. For just $7 per person ($3.50 for seniors and people with disabilities), the 5A takes you to Rosslyn Metrorail station on the Orange, Silver and Blue Lines with just one stop in between. To find out when the bus leaves the airport, see the 5A schedule.
You can also take the Washington Flyer bus to the Wiehle-Reston East Metrorail station on the Silver Line. To find out when the Washington Flyer leaves the airport and its cost, go to the Washington Flyer website.

 

Baltimore Washington International Airport (BWI)
Travel distance approximately 41 miles from hotel

Taxi: $90 - $95

Metro: From Baltimore/Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport, connect to Metrorail using Metrobus. For just $7 per person (exact change required), the B30 takes you to Greenbelt Metrorail.

You can also take a shuttle from the airport to the MARC rail station and take the MARC train to Union Station. From there, you can transfer to Metro's Red Line.