MAP WITH METRO
AND DRIVING DIRECTIONS
Directions and Transportation
- FROM NEAREST METRO
STATION (Dupont Circle): The Dupont Circle Metro Station
on the Red Line is the closest metro station to the hotel. Exit
at the north end of the Station to Q Street and walk four
blocks north on Connecticut Avenue to Hilton Washington,
located at 1919 Connecticut Avenue.
- FROM REAGAN NATIONAL AIRPORT (DCA):
Follow signs to I-395 and 14th St. Bridge. While on 395
North move to the left lane when you will see the sign for
Route One. This will take you to the 14th Street exit. Take
395 North over the 14th St. Bridge. Stay in the left-hand
lane take 14th St. to R St. NW. You will notice the streets
run alphabetically. Make a left on R St. Follow R St. for
six blocks to Connecticut Avenue NW. Make a right on
Connecticut Ave. Hilton Washington will be four blocks up on
- FROM DULLES INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT (IAD):
Follow signs to 267 East and merge on to I-66 East.
Take I-66 East in to Washington, DC and exit after crossing
the bridge on the E Street ramp on the left.
Immediately fork right and merge on to E Street NW, then
turn left on to 18th Street NW. Take slight left on to
Connecticut Avenue NW and hotel will be on right side.
BALTIMORE-WASHINGTON INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT (BWI): Leave
terminal and follow signs to I-95 South. Take I-95 South to
495 West. 495 West to exit 33, the sign will say Chevy
Chase/Connecticut Ave. Take Connecticut Avenue south. After
approximately five miles on Connecticut Ave. South you will
see the National Zoo on your left. Five blocks after zoo you
will come to the William Taft Bridge. Cross bridge and get
into left lane. At third traffic light, make a left, hotel
will be on left.
- PARKING: From
Connecticut Avenue, take a right on T Street and drive
alongside the perimeter of the hotel. Drive past the T
Street Ballroom entrance, and at the first intersection,
take a hard left onto Florida Avenue, and then another left
onto 19th Street. The parking facility entrance is located
on the left, on 19th Street.
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