Camp Springs, Maryland Hotel Is near Washington, D.C.
The Country Inn & Suites sits just eight miles from Washington, D.C. and provides a complimentary shuttle to Branch Avenue Metro Station. Hop on the train to visit all of the most popular attractions in the nation's capital or connect to Reagan National Airport (DCA). Don't miss attractions like the National Zoo, the Lincoln Memorial and the White House. For even more fun at this Maryland hotel near Washington, D.C., guests can catch a Redskins football game at FedEx Field or visit Six Flags of America. After your day of business or exploring D.C., come home to the Country Inn & Suites, where you're sure to have a relaxing evening in our comfortable rooms.
Nearby attractions include:
- Arlington National Cemetery (9.5 miles)
Join a tour of one of the nation's oldest cemeteries, spanning 624 acres. Don't miss the John F. Kennedy gravesite, the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier and the Arlington House.
Phone: +1 (877) 907-8585
- Athenaeum (6.9 miles)
This structure was built in the early 1850s and has been many things during its life, including a bank and a wholesale pharmaceutical store. It now serves as the home of the Northern Virginia Fine Arts Association, which frequently boasts exhibits on prominent local artists and performances from celebrated musicians and actors.
Phone: +1 (703) 548-0035
- FedEx Field (6.6 miles)
Redskins fans won't miss the chance to grab tickets and catch their favorite NFL team play on the home field.
Phone: +1 (301) 276-6800
- Joint Base Andrews (Andrews Air Force Base) (3 miles)
Just three miles from our Maryland hotel, Joint Base Andrews near Washington, D.C. is home to Air Force, Army, Navy and Marine units in addition to Air Force One. Global leaders use this base to enter and exit the nation's capital quickly and easily.
Phone: +1 (301) 981-1110
- Lincoln Park (6.1 miles)
Part of the Parks of Capitol Hill family, Lincoln Park is the perfect place to relax or picnic on a sunny day. It also hosts special events.
Phone: +1 (202) 673-2042
- Lyceum (7.2 miles)
Once used as a Civil War hospital, this building now houses a museum dedicated to the history of Alexandria, VA. In addition to exhibits, this museum also hosts lectures and readings of significant literature.
Phone: +1 (703) 746-4994
- National Harbor (5 miles)
The National Harbor area has everything you need for a day of fun and excitement, including a variety of waterfront dining options, shopping outlets, a carousel and the famous Capital Wheel. If you enjoy staying out late, the nightlife here can't be beat.
Phone: +1 (877) 628-5427
- National Mall (7.7 miles)
This stretch of park is home to some of the country's most recognizable monuments and famous attractions, including the Washington Monument, the Thomas Jefferson Memorial, several war memorials and the Lincoln Memorial.
Phone: +1 (202) 426-6841
- National Zoological Park (10 miles)
The National Zoo is home to more than 5,000 animals, including American bison, bald eagles, great apes, giant pandas, Asian elephants and the diverse underwater life of the Amazon.
Phone: +1 (202) 633-4888
- Shakespeare Theatre (6 miles)
Catch a show by a world-renowned Shakespeare company at this theater, which aims to interpret plays in a modern style that remains consistent with the playwrights' language and meaning.
Phone: +1 (202) 547-1122
- Six Flags America (9.6 miles)
Enjoy a day of adventure and excitement at this amusement park. It has fun for everyone with kids rides and family rides, as well as big thrills like the Apocalypse and the Mind Eraser™ Coaster.
Phone: +1 (301) 249-1500
- Washington Monument (7.7 miles)
Get a bird's eye view of the nation's capital from the observation deck of this iconic, 555-foot obelisk. Take the stairs down a level to visit the museum.
Phone: +1 (202) 426-6841
- White House (8.3 miles)
Schedule a tour of this iconic building that has housed every U.S. president and their families except George Washington.
Phone: +1 (202) 456-7041