Travel Information

By Plane or By Train

Travel from Reagan National Airport to the Gaylord National Harbor is quick and simple: just a short 8-mile ride via taxis, Uber/Lyft, car rental, or Super Shuttle.

If you are arriving at Dulles International or Baltimore-Washington International, a Super Shuttle is the least expensive option to reach the Gaylord.

If using Amtrak, the best station to use is Union Station and from there use Uber/Lyft or a taxi.

Please note that Washington D.C.’s Metro system does not run directly to National Harbor.

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Super Shuttle Rates

Rates as of December 4, 2018 (prices are approximate and provided here for reference only):

  • From Reagan National (DCA) to Gaylord National
    6:00 AM – 8:00 PM | Departs every 20 minutes
    $18 one way/$33 per person, pre-paid round trip/ $85 for exclusive van service
    Pricing does not include $2.00 airport entry fee
  • From Dulles International Airport (IAD) to Gaylord National
    $45 per passenger one way/$125 exclusive van
    Pricing does not include $1.00 airport entry fee
  • From Baltimore/Washington Airport (BWI) to Gaylord National
    $45 per passenger one way/$125 exclusive van

By Car

For GPS input, the Gaylord’s address is 201 Waterfront Street · National Harbor, Maryland.

The Gaylord has a Hertz car rental desk on premises.

In-Town Transportation

Your nightly resort fee also includes FREE transportation on the Harbor Circulator Bus. This shuttle runs 7 days a week from 11am to 10:13pm on Sunday-Thursday and till 12:53am on Friday and Saturdays, and travels to various points within the National Harbor area.  Although it does not offer airport service, if provides localized transportation once you are on-site.

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