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Arriving by Air

Washington, DC, is serviced by three different airports: Reagan National (DCA), Baltimore Washington International (BWI), and Dulles International (IAD).

Reagan National is closest to the city and to the Liaison Capitol Hill Hotel, but seldom has the lowest airfares. BWI and Dulles are both about 45–60 minutes from Washington, DC, but there are shuttle and taxi services that can bring you into the city.

Getting to the Hotel

Taxi Cab
The estimated cost of a cab from National Airport is $25; Dulles Airport, $75; or BWI Airport, $75.

Supershuttle
Supershuttle serves all three airports. To check fares, please visit www.supershuttle.com.

Directions from BWI via Metro Green Line
Free shuttle service from the airport is provided to the AMTRAK BWI station. AMTRAK and MARC (commuter) trains serve the station, providing a short train ride to Union Station in Washington, DC.

In addition to taxi cabs and the Supershuttle, Metro offers BWI Express Metro bus service between BWI and the Greenbelt Metro station. The service provides a direct connection between BWI and the Greenbelt Metro Station. The BWI Express/B30 service runs every 40 minutes, 7 days a week to the Greenbelt Metro Station, which is located on the Green Line of the Washington Metro System. For more information about the bus, call 202-637-7000 or go to www.wmata.com. From the Greenbelt Station:

Board the Green Line train towards Branch Avenue; disembark at Fort Totten Metro station; board the Red Line train towards Shady Grove; and arrive at Union Station Metro station.

Directions from Reagan National Airport
In addition to taxi cabs, the airport has a Metro station. Take a Yellow Line Metro train or a Blue Line Metro train in the direction of downtown Washington, DC. Change to the Red Line at Gallery Place (if aboard a Yellow Line subway) or at Metro Center (if aboard a Blue Line train) in the direction of Glenmont and proceed to Union Station.

Directions from Washington Dulles International Airport
Currently, there is no subway stop at Dulles International Airport, but there is bus and Supershuttle service as well as taxi service. The Washington Flyer bus is one of the least expensive options and Metro provides bus service, terminating at the Rosslyn (Arlington, VA) Metro stop, where travelers can catch a Blue or Orange Metro train to Metro Center, before proceeding on the Red Line to Union Station.   

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