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Hotels in Washington near Nationals Park

Nationals Park Introduction

In addition to lively baseball games, enjoy panoramic views of the Capitol Riverfront and the Washington Monument from your seat at Nationals Park in Southeast Washington D.C. Home to the Washington Nationals Major League Baseball (MLB) team, the park has been hosting baseball games, concerts, and other events since it opened in 2008. Seating over 41,000 fans in an open-air setting, it features a unique, ultra-modern design through the innovative use of steel, glass, and concrete. The Nationals Park is the first LEED-certified professional sports stadium in the US. It’s in a prime location in the exciting Navy Yard neighborhood.

Hotels near Nationals Park

There’s a wide range of hotels near Nationals Park, many of them 3- and 4-star properties. The majority feature pools, bars, and restaurants, along with city-view rooms. Some boast rooftop terraces with stadium views. A good selection of 5-star luxury hotels populate downtown D.C. If you don’t mind the cold, look for bargains during the winter. You can also find deals in late summer when the weather is muggy and the crowds disperse. Peak seasons in D.C. are fall and spring, especially during the National Cherry Blossom Festival, as well as during federal holidays such as the 4th of July.

Where to stay near Nationals Park

Nationals Park is in Washington D.C.’s Navy Yard, also known as Near Southeast. It’s a dynamic neighborhood along the Anacostia River known for its great views, trendy dining, and lively entertainment options. One of the city’s most popular areas is Capitol Hill, about a mile north. Home to the bustling Eastern Market and Barracks Row, it’s a great place to walk around, offering broad sidewalks, historic rowhouses, and beautiful views of the Capitol. Downtown D.C. is the cosmopolitan center for business, shopping, and dining. It’s where you’ll find the city’s most famous galleries and museums, some along the National Mall.

Things to see near Nationals Park

When the Nationals are away, you can stroll along Capitol Riverfront, a year-round recreational space with shopping, dining, sports, and events. Be sure to head downtown to visit the National Mall, home to several Smithsonian Institution museums, extensive landscaped gardens, the U.S. Capitol, and the National Gallery of Art. The Supreme Court of the United States and the Jefferson Memorial are both near the National Mall, which is 1.5 miles from Nationals Park. For shopping head to Union Station, the Beaux-Arts-style train station and mall, 2.5 miles from Nationals Park in Capitol Hill.

How to get to Nationals Park

Accessible from South Capitol Street SW via Interstates 295 and 695, Nationals Park is in an ideal location, easy to reach from all parts of the city and its surroundings. The Navy Yard – Ballpark metro station is a half-a-block away. The Metrobus and DC Circulator Bus operate throughout the city with stops close to the park. The Potomac Riverboat Company offers water taxi service from Old Town, Alexandria to Diamond Teague Park Pier, just opposite Nationals Park. The stadium is also bicycle friendly with over 250 bike racks around the ballpark and Capital Bikeshare docks within a 10-minute walk.

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