How do I get to The Hay-Adams from the local airports?

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If you need to get from one of Washington, D.C.’s airports to The Hay-Adams, it’s a snap: The Forbes Travel Guide Four-Star hotel is conveniently located three blocks from the Farragut West and North (Orange Line/Red Line) Metro in the heart of downtown. Though if you prefer other methods of transportation to the hotel, here are your options:

From Reagan National Airport (DCA): This airport is by far the most convenient to The Hay-Adams, and there are plenty of taxi stands outside of the terminals. Expect a 20-minute taxi ride that will cost you $15 to $20.

From Dulles International Airport (IAD): Many travelers, particularly those arriving internationally, will find Dulles the easiest area airport from which to access the luxury hotel. A taxi ride from IAD to the hotel will take anywhere from 25 to 45 minutes, depending on traffic, and can cost between $45 and $60.

From Baltimore Washington International Airport (BWI): BWI is the farthest of the area airports and by far the most difficult to reach. The preferred method of transport would be to rent a car. The hotel is approximately an hour’s drive, as long as traffic doesn’t get hectic. A taxi to The Hay-Adams runs around $80.

If you need some help getting to the Forbes Travel Guide Four-Star hotel, the concierge can arrange transportation from any of the local airports.

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