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Washington, DC Metro


The Holiday Inn Washington DC – Central/White House is committed to promoting the use of sustainable transportation as a way to reduce local traffic congestion, air pollution and greenhouse gas emissions. While we do provide driving information, please consider some of the District’s other transportation options, which are all included on’s interactive map.

Metrorail: DC Metro, or Metrorail, offers a convenient way to get around the DC Metro area. The DC Metro system is the nation’s third-largest and the nation’s second-most utilized transport system. It is administered by the Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority (WMATA), which also operates Metrobus service.

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The closest Metrorail stations to the Holiday Inn Washington, DC are the, Dupont Circle Metro (0.49 mi) on the Red Line, Farragut North Station (0.55 mi) on the Red Line, and the McPherson Square Station (0.47 mi) on the Orange and Blue Lines. We also offer a See DC by Metro Package . For more information and for a Metrorail Map, visit the WMATA website.

Metrobus: Metrobuses that stop within ¼ mile include the 52, 53, 54, G2, S1, S2, S4 and S9. For more information about routes and fares, visit the WMATA website.

DC Circulator: The DC Circulator bus runs every 10 minutes and only cost $1 USD each way. These bus routes stop within blocks of the hotel:

The Woodley Park- Adams Morgan- McPherson Square Metro Route : Stops at 14th Street, NW & Rhode Island Avenue, NW and 14th Street & P Street, NW.

The Georgetown-Union Station Route : Stops at K Street, NW & 16th Street, NW

The Dupont Circle-Georgetown- Rosslyn Route– Stops at 19th Street, NW & N Street, NW

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Capital Bikeshare: The District’s bikesharing program makes bicycles available to anyone. Simply take a bike from one of over 165 stations in DC and Arlington, and return it to a nearby docking station. The closest docking stations are located at 15th & P Street, NW and 14th & Rhode Island Avenue, NW. For more information about memberships, fees and station locations, visit

Electric Vehicle Charging Station: By July 1, 2012, the hotel will be offering an on-site electric car charging station available to guests.

Have questions about riding the Metro? Our courteous Guest Service Representatives look forward to assisting you. Feel free to contact us with riding the Metro (202) 483-2000.

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