Onsite parking at the Omni Shoreham is available at a rate of $52 daily plus tax. Because parking is scarce and expensive in downtown Washington, DC, it’s a good idea to fly or take a train or bus to the area and then commute on the easy, inexpensive Washington, DC, Metro system. For information about other parking options around the city, see Destination DC’s “Where Can I Park in Washington, DC?”

Less expensive long-term parking options are available at or near the airports serving Washington, DC. Convenient public transportation such as the DC Metro or buses provided by the Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority take riders from Reagan National (DCA) or Dulles International (IAD) airports to the Omni Shoreham. From Baltimore-Washington International (BWI) Airport, riders can take the Maryland Area Regional Commuter (MARC) train to DC’s Union Station to connect to the DC Metro.

Virginia Railway Express (VRE) is a commuter rail service to downtown DC from as far west as Manassas or as far south Spotsylvania and Fredericksburg. This is a really good option if you drive to the area but don’t want to park in the DC metropolitan area.

Amtrak provides info about Union Station but also makes it easy to look at train schedules and places coming into DC, and allows login to Amtrak’s reservations or rewards program.