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- 0.9 miles to DCA
- 5 - 10 min average shuttle wait
Open 24 hours. Shuttles run at 5:05 AM, 5:35 AM, 6:05 AM, and then every 20 minutes on the hour until 11:00 PM.
Shuttle transportation provided to and from your terminal. Shuttles run at 5:05 AM, 5:35 AM, 6:05 AM, and then every 20 minutes on the hour until 11:00 PM. Pick up at the airport is every 20 minutes on the hour from 6:10 AM until 11:00 PM
Open 24 hrs, but shuttle hours are 6:00 AM - 10:40 PM.
6:00 to 10:40 PM. every 30 mn
24 hours - daily. For GPS directions, please use the hotel's physical address: 1402 S Eads Street, Arlington VA 22202.
From: 6:05am ; To: 12:05am ; 7 days a week Shuttle runs every 30 min. Van will be white with both Embassy Suites and DoubleTree logos on the shuttle.
Open 24 hours. Shuttles run from 5:00AM to 11PM. Shuttle may run off hours during holiday periods, please check with hotel.
This is garage parking. There is a height restriction of 6'8 SUVs with luggage/ski racks.
Free shuttle bus runs every 20 minutes from 5:00 AM to 11PM daily.
24 Hours per Day, 7 Days per Week. Complimentary shuttle service from 5:30 AM until midnight.
The airport shuttle runs from 5:30 AM to Midnight and runs on demand. The shuttle typically takes about 15 minutes between airport runs to return to the hotel, but in peak traffic may take up to 25 minutes. Between the hours of Midnight and 5:30 AM, the front desk will gladly assist by arranging a taxi to transport you to the airport (additional fee paid to cab driver); please allow ample time for the hotel to contact the cab company as these are off peak hours. Please see the desk for further assistance.
Open 24 hours. Shuttles run from 5AM to 12AM, every 30 minutes.
There is a 24 hours video surveillance on guest parking garage. There is room for over sized vehicles. While the Sheraton National Hotel parking garage is secure, the customer parks at their own risk.
Shuttle Service: If you are flying into Ronald Reagan National Airport, we provide complimentary shuttle service every 30 minutes from 5 AM until 12AM.
Open 24 hours. Shuttle runs from 5:00AM to 12:00AM.
Please note this rate is for parking customers only.
FREE shuttle bus departs hotel every 30 minutes between 5AM to 11PM. Westin Crystal City Hotel Garage is conveniently located at 18th and S. Eads St. across from Crystal City Metro Station Shuttle service every 30 minutes.
Reagan National Airport Garaget is not currently accepting reservations on AirportParkingReservation.
Open 24 hours.
Complimentary hotel shuttle to and from DCA airport every 20 minutes starting at 5am to 11pm.
2 people have viewed this parking lot in the last 24 hours
Open 5:00 AM to midnight.
Transportation provided to and from your departure terminal. Every half hour 5:00 AM - midnight. Every 15 minutes 5:30 AM - 10:00 AM & 4:30 PM - 10:00 PM.
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Although Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport (DCA) is located in Virginia, it is the main airport serving the D.C. metro area. DCA is known for offering a small and intimate traveling setting, in contrast to the area's other large airport: Dulles International. DCA also has a neat, retro vibe due to its dated airport styling.
As mentioned, the first thing you'll notice about DCA is its old school look. With its high arched ceilings and gold accent paint in the National Hall area, you'll feel like you went through a time machine to an airport of the past. Some may consider it overly outdated, but those who appreciate historical landmarks will enjoy DCA's unique character.
As previously mentioned, DCA is a fairly small airport when compared to the modern edifices like Miami International or Dallas/Fort Worth; however, it is fairly clean and has adequate signage to guide you along. There are also plenty of power outlets and free Wi-Fi, although the Internet signal is rather elusive in certain areas.
One of the longstanding complaints of DCA is that it didn't have a Starbucks! Although DCA finally removed the tarnish from its name by having a Starbucks installed (with another one on the way), the lack of concession options still continues. Over the years, DCA had implemented the use of food carts instead of physical restaurants, which left travelers with a lack of options and no place to relax with food service.
To address the aforementioned issue, DCA has been undergoing a transformation process to bring it into the modern age. Construction is still underway to bring more food vendors to the food court to create a more hospitable environment. DCA has already been equipped with popular eateries such as Legal Sea Foods, Pinkberry and Ben's Chili Bowl. Soon to come are a new pizza restaurant, a philly hoagie shop, and a contemporary restaurant/bar.
Related to the lack of food options is the problem of insufficient seating. With so many people trying to crowd into a small selection of restaurants and sitting areas, it is easy to get stuck sitting on the floor somewhere. Restrooms are also somewhat old fashioned, and space is cramped. Yet, once renovations are finished, many of these things are likely to change for the better.
In line with the airport's aged feel, there is a historic airport terminal located in between Terminals A and B. Here, you can see what it was like to walk through the airport in the 1940's. They are also some great places to take photos next to several antique decorations. You can take another walk through history in the lobby section of Terminal A, where the original structure from 1941 remains intact.
DCA has also added several quality shops for you to browse in your spare time. Stores such as Brooks Brothers, Spanx, LaCoste, and As Kindred Spirits can be found in the pre-security area. There is also an iRelax-n-Massage in the National Hall, which uses electrophysiology therapy massagers to decrease stress.
Ben's Chili Bowl is a D.C. area favorite. Luckily, DCA has at least this to offer. Ben's provides a full menu of gourmet burgers and real meat hot dogs that are layered with their famous chili. Homemade sandwiches are also available (sans chili), including tuna and veggie subs. They also offer a Boca vegan burger, which can be topped with meat free chili. You'll have to leave the secured area to get to this spot, but it's definitely worth it.
Cibo Market is another well-known pit stop in East coast airports. DCA has an express location in Terminal C. These stores offer packaged and fresh foods such as sushi rolls, sandwiches, and pizza. It's a great place to stock up on snacks if you're getting on your flight soon, or want to avoid heading to another restaurant later on.
Although Five Guys is a chain restaurant, it's a pretty good one. Burgers are made to order and are quickly served fresh off the grill. Be aware that the portions are more than generous, and the small size is usually sufficient. Amazingly, the quality of the taste is the same as any other Five Guys location. The prices are also the same, so you won't have to worry about paying inflated airport prices. You might also want to add a side of cajun fries to your order to spice things up a bit.
Security guards are pretty strict on sleeping in the terminal at night. To avoid encountering problems, try to sleep in the chapel at the terminal entrance. Weary travelers can rest comfortably there on padded benches. For your convenience, the chapel is open 24 hours a day.
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