Best Quality Hotels Are Just Miles Away from Landover's FedEx Field



Landover's FedEx Field is a fun place to watch the Washington Redskins take on rival teams or watch one of your favorite performers do their song catalog. But if the screams of delight or the boos of the angry made you long for a quiet place, a short drive or Metro trip will put you in Washington, D.C. where some of the country's finest hotels are located.

10Best searched all over the Metro region to discover the best hotels near the stadium. Some are luxury hotels which feature every amenity you can imagine and some you are shocked they offer. Relax during a visit to the Elizabeth Arden Red Door Spa at The Willard InterContinential or see historical documents on display at The Jefferson Hotel. Check out the jaw dropping views of he White House at The Hay Adams or watch a champagne sabering ritual nightly at the St. Regis. 

Those looking for a more modern hotel should check out Sofitel's art deco inspired rooms or the full service in-room kitchens at the Carlyle Suites Hotel. All of these hotels are close to tourist attractions and some even offer complimentary bikes to use during your stay. Where ever you decide to lay your head, Washington D.C. has a hotel that will meet your every need. 


While many of the Washington, D.C. hotels go for a historic angle, The Palomar aims for a more modern art-focused theme given their location near galleries in the Dupont Circle neighborhood. Popular with a younger crowd, they offer a yoga mat in...  Read More


Carlyle Suites Hotel
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Not everyone can afford the luxury hotels in the district but the boutique Carlyle Suites Hotel is an affordable find near Dupont Circle with unique touches throughout its 170 art deco suites including Temper-Pedic beds and eco-friendly hotel...  Read More


The Jefferson Hotel Washington D.C.
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Billed as Washington D.C.'s most discerning luxury abode, The Jefferson Hotel offers so many different experiences for patrons that they won't experience anywhere else. An in-house historian, a book room filled with leather-bound volumes on...  Read More


The Hay Adams Hotel Washington D.C.
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Before Barack Obama became the 44th President of the United States, he and his family stayed here for two weeks and you will understand why once you walk in the doors. Named for two prominent Washington, D.C. residents who once made their homes...  Read More


The Sofitel Washington, D.C., Lafayette Square luxury hotel offers 237 comfortable art deco inspired rooms and suites with comfortable beds and marble bathrooms featuring glass-enclosed showers. Guests may head to ICI Urban Bistro to enjoy...  Read More


Glamour meets tradition at the posh St. Regis hotel located just two blocks from The White House. Opened in 1926 by founder John Jacob Astor IV, the rooms have welcomed royalty, diplomats, celebrities and refined business travelers from all over...  Read More


JW Marriott Hotel Washington D.C.
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Located on Pennsylvania Avenue, one of the most well-known streets in America, the JW Marriott Hotel features 15 floors, 737 rooms and 35 suites. Plug-In Panels are avilable in the suites to hook up all your devices. All rooms have a 37-inch LCD...  Read More


Welcoming guests and high profile clients since the 19th century, the Willard InterContinental is a grand old school luxury hotel with a rich history including being the site where the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. wrote his inspirational "I Have...  Read More


Hamilton Crowne Plaza Hotel
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Within walking distance to the National Mall and Smithsonian museums, this historic hotel dates back to 1922. Touches of gold, royal blue and dark wood colors decorate the 301 guest rooms available. If you are feeling hungry, the hotel's...  Read More


Combining a sleek modern art look and adding touches of history to the decor give The Hotel George a revolutionary look. Located adjacent to the U.S. Capitol building, guests are in a prime location for sight seeing and tourist attractions. If...  Read More


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Meet Gina Gallucci White

Gina Gallucci White is an award winning freelance writer with articles appearing in such regional publications as Frederick Magazine, The Daily Record, Montgomery Magazine and The Gazette. She...  More About Gina

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