Get all the information you need for your travel to and from National Harbor.
There are three airports within 45 minutes of Gaylord National Resort and Convention Center: Reagan National Airport (DCA), Dulles International Airport (IAD), and Baltimore/Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport (BWI).
The hotel is only a 15-minute drive from Reagan National Airport or a 45-minute drive from either Dulles or Baltimore/Washington International Airports. You will have a few convenient transportation options between the hotel and local airports — SuperShuttle, ride-sharing services (Uber, Lyft, etc.), public transport, or rental cars.
SuperShuttle provides affordable transportation between the hotel and all major airports in the Washington DC metro area:
To make your shuttle reservation, call 1-800-660-8000, visit SuperShuttle’s website, or stop by the Transportation Desk located in the hotel’s Front Lobby.
Express sedans & ExecuCar private black cars offer non-stop, private transportation to and from all airports and downtown locations. The service is currently available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
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If you’re interested in exploring the area around the National Harbor, the hotel operates a shuttle called the National Harbor Circulator. It runs from 11 a.m. to 4 a.m. daily between various points in National Harbor, such as the MGM Casino and the Tanger Outlets.
While you are an overnight guest at the Gaylord National Resort and Convention Center, there is no fee to use this service.
If you are interested in more extended sight-seeing, water taxis are a great way to explore the historic Washington DC region from the dynamic perspective of its famous river. The Potomac Riverboat Company operates a water taxi service, which connects Gaylord National to key locations around Washington, DC, Virginia, and Maryland.
For pricing and booking information, visit the Potomac Riverboat Company’s website.
National Harbor and the Gaylord National Resort are connected to the Washington Metro system (Metropolitan Area Transit Authority, or WMATA), via a limited-stop bus route. For bus schedules, route maps and current prices, please visit the WMATA website and view information on the NH1 / National Harbor Bus Line.