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Want to know a little more about Canal Park before you set off? Here are some handy pointers.
We're sure you won't complain about spending a few nights in Washington. After all, this exciting national capital is a sight in itself!
If you're only coming for a quick visit, why not save time and stay at one of the many accommodations near Canal Park? Within 3 kilometres, you will have 41 possibilities. The Marriott Marquis Washington, DC (3 kilometres), the Mandarin Oriental, Washington D.C. (2 kilometres) and the Kimpton Hotel Monaco Washington DC (3 kilometres) are all excellent choices.
Rather spend your dosh on seeing and experiencing everything? If so, give your credit card a break and stay at a budget hotel. Check out the rates at the Comfort Inn Downtown DC/Convention Center. The Windsor Park Hotel is also recommended.
That said, the surrounding area's various upscale, luxury hotels are streets above the rest. Try the Global Luxury Suites at the National Mall, 2 kilometres away. If there are no vacancies, the Weichert Suites at the Newseum is 2 kilometres away.
Ted's Bulletin is the ideal spot to have a coffee or tea close to Canal Park. Located at 505 8th Southeast, Washington, it's just 0.9 kilometres away. If you're in the market for lunch or dinner, Bluejacket at 300 Tingey Street Southeast, Washington is within wandering distance.
Wave goodbye to your parking worries, and catch the train to L'Enfant, the closest station. It's just 2 kilometres from Canal Park.
Hotels in Canal Park start at AU$173 per night. Prices and availability subject to change. Additional terms may apply.