The Holiday Inn Gaithersburg is happy to offer Free Shuttle Service to and from the Shady Grove Metro Station. We are also now offering Free Wi-Fi throughout our hotel to all of our guests.
Unlike most Washington, DC hotels, we proudly offer a location that mixes small town charm with easy access to the big city; enjoy visiting Washington or exploring Gaithersburg while lodging here.
The Holiday Inn Express and Suites® in Germantown, Maryland offers the perfect location. Whether you are looking for a small town feel or a big city experience, we have access to it all! Our free shuttle service is available Monday through Friday from 7am-9pm by reservation and travels within a 5 mile radius of the hotel.
Not only does our Georgetown - Washington, DC hotel have a free shuttle with a one-and-a-half-mile radius, but it's also on the Circulator Bus Line route and under two miles from the Red Line Metro.
Complimentary scheduled shuttle daily to National Mall area ( Smithsonian Museums ) from April to August. Please see Front Desk for details.
This hotel's perks in Washington, DC include free Wi-Fi access. A seasonal rooftop pool, Fitness Center, gift/sundry shop, 24-hour coffee & tea service and full-service dining make us the #1 choice. We offer secure underground self parking to our guests at a fee of $31.50 per night (inclusive of DC taxes).
Upon entering into the lobby, I immediately liked the decor, and great room. My room was clean, comfortable, and very relaxing. Breakfast was hot and lots of choices . I would definitely stay here[More]
Located near the mall so you can see the monuments, tour museums and stroll back to your room to rest or visit the Round Robin and savor a refreshment. Truly treated like ROYALTY. Fantastic views and[More]
supreme service/attention to customer (treated more like true GUEST service). Outstanding experience in every way. Kristen Garrett, Guest Relations Manager, took the time to personally inquire as to our experience soon after check-in and during our stay. We could not have written a scenario of a better stay. Expectations are high when you stay at a "top rated" establishment so the slightest issue can be disappointing and we were satisfied beyond our high expectations. A friend who had recently stayed elsewhere in D.C., commented that he had seen the Willard and commented that we had gone "FIRST CLASS". I told him that until you actually stay at the Willard you can't really appreciate the FIRST CLASS experience of staying in D.C. [Less]