Stay just walking distance from the Gaylord Convention Center! Enjoy the beautiful Wyndham National Harbor Resort, where all the comforts of home await you after a day of exploration. Each unit contains a full kitchen. The resort has all the amenities, such as an indoor pool, fitness center, concierge service and activities for families. You'll be staying within the new National Harbor District, which is loaded with wonderful restaurants and activities. There is a free shuttle that leaves every hour from 6 a.m. until 8:30 p.m. and takes you to the King St. Metro Station. Learn about amazing U.S. history, explore world-class art museums, view amazing architecture and dive into the world's most concentrated multicultural cuisine. The city provides learning experiences for all senses, for all people, from all walks of life.
D.C. really does stand on its own as a unique and amazing place to visit.
All of the Master Bedrooms have King Size beds. The living room couch folds out into a Queen Bed for extra sleeping space. There are laundry facilities with three complimentary washers and dryers on each of the 11 floors.
All inventory is floating usage and gets assigned 24-48 hrs before check-in, so we cannot tell you which exact unit you will be getting.
Parking is available at the St. George Parking Garage across the street from the Wyndham National Harbor for $20/day with unlimited in/out access. Parking in downtown Washington is very limited due to the number of commuters who travel into the city each day. Check with the concierge when you arrive for suggested places to park and fees. Average parking fees downtown are $18 - $25/day.
There is also great public transportation. The NH1 Metro Bus stops right in front of the resort and will take you to the Green Line at the Branch Avenue Station. The Water Taxi picks guests up on the Potomac and heads over to Old Town Alexandria and D.C. Proper, or many guests prefer the free shuttle that leaves every hour from the National Harbor Area. It takes you to the King St. Metro Station, which is a 10-minute ride to D.C.