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Our Reservation is under the name "Wiesbaden Group"
Reservation Deadline is August 3, 2012
2660 Woodley Road NW
Washington, District of Columbia 20008 USA
Government Rate $258.77
1 King or 2 Double
($226, plus 14.5% occupancy tax)
Express Check-In and Express Checkout
Video Review Billing, Video Checkout
A visa allows a foreign citizen to travel to the United States port-of-entry, and request permission of the U.S. immigration inspector to enter the U.S. A visa does not guarantee entry into the U.S.
Qualifying for a Diplomatic Visa
Diplomatic applicants must meet specific requirements to qualify for a diplomatic (A) visa under immigration law. The consular officer will determine whether you qualify for the visa. For an A-1 or A-2 visa, you must be traveling to the United States on behalf of your national government to engage solely in official activities for that government. Please visit U.S. Department of State for more information on obtaining a Visa. U.S. Department of State
Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport - DCA
Airport Phone: 1 703 417 8000
Hotel direction: 9 mile(s) NW
Driving directions: Follow the signs to Washington D.C. (George Washington Parkway). Take I-395 North to Route 1 (Route 1 is the 14th Street Bridge). Merge to the far left lane on the bridge and follow the signs for 14th Street. Take 14th Street for 1 mile. Turn left onto K Street. Continue on K for 5 blocks. Turn right onto Connecticut. Ave. Follow Connecticut. Ave. for 1 mile. Cross over the William Taft Bridge. Make a left turn at the 3rd light after the bridge onto Woodley Rd. The Hotel entrance is on left. Complete ground transportation provided by Abe's Transportation. Call 202-518-0333 or visit abestrans.com. Abe's Transportation features late model sedans, SUV's, limousines, vans & buses. Services include individual pick-ups, hourly service, private tours, weddings and events of all sizes. Enterprise Rent-A-Car on property. Located near the hotel entrance. For reservations call 202-232-4443. Mention discount code: W13333.
This hotel does not provide shuttle service.
Washington Dulles International Airport - IAD
Airport Phone: 1 703 572 2700
Hotel direction: 25 mile(s) NE
Driving directions: Follow the signs to Interstate 66 east to Washington. Follow I-66 to the Theodore Roosevelt Bridge (US Route 50). Take the Constitution Ave exit off of the bridge. Continue on Constitution for 6 blocks and make a left turn onto 17th Street. This will change to Connecticut Ave. Continue on Connecticut. Ave. for 1 mile. Cross over the William Taft Bridge. Make a left turn at the 3rd light after the bridge onto Woodley Ave. The hotel entrance is on the left. Complete ground transportation provided by Abe's Transportation. Call 202-518-0333 or visit abestrans.com. Abe's Transportation features late model sedans, SUV's, limousines, vans & buses. Services include individual pick-ups, hourly service, private tours, weddings and events of all sizes. Enterprise Rent-A-Car on property. Located near the hotel entrance. For reservations call 202-232-4443. Mention discount code: W13333.
This hotel does not provide shuttle service.
Baltimore/Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport - BWI
Airport Phone: 1 410 859 7111
Hotel direction: 33 mile(s) NE
Driving directions: Take I-95 South to I-495 West. Take Exit 33, Connecticut Ave. Southbound. Continue on Connecticut Avenue for about 6.5 miles. Turn right onto Woodley Road. The hotel entrance is on the left. ** Hotel is located 'on top of' the Woodley Park Metro Stop -- allows inexpensive, easy access to anywhere in the city! Complete ground transportation provided by Abe's Transportation. Call 202-518-0333 or visit abestrans.com. Abe's Transportation features late model sedans, SUV's, limousines, vans & buses. Services include individual pick-ups, hourly service, private tours, weddings and events of all sizes. Enterprise Rent-A-Car on property. Located near the hotel entrance. For reservations call 202-232-4443. Mention discount code: W13333.
This hotel does not provide shuttle service.
For a daily rate of 12.95 USD, the following features are available in your guest room:
On-site parking fee: 17 USD hourly, 32 USD daily
Valet parking, fee: 37 USD daily.
Pets allowed, non-refundable sanitation fee: 50 USD; contact hotel for details
Service animals allowed for persons with disabilities
Electricity 120 V, 60 Hz
Time Zone: Eastern Standard Time (ET) / UTC -5
Telephone Area Code: