Hotels Near Nationals Park

Welcome to the Stadium Hotel Network! Nationals Park is located in Washington, DC and is home to the Washington Nationals. The major-league baseball season has always been defined by the sport’s history, great fans, team competition, and state-of-the-art stadiums! Now you can conveniently book hotels and accommodations near your team’s home field!

Stadium Hotel Network offers great rates on over 50 hotels near Nationals Park. All of our hotels have been approved by AAA and the Mobile Travel Guide, the authorities in hotel inspection. All hotels offer a generous savings off of regular hotel rack rates. For baseball fans there’s no better place to book a hotel near the big game! Check the map below for locations

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Courtyard By Marriott Washington Capitol Hill/Navy Yard

Courtyard By Marriott Capitol Hill/Navy Yard

The Courtyard by Marriott Washington Capitol Hill is located in the Riverfront neighborhood, only one block away from the nearest Metro Station. Each well equipped guest room has a 32 inch flat screen TV, free high speed internet access, work desk, mini-fridge, and is 100% smoke free…Learn More

0.4 miles away from Nationals Park

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Capitol Skyline Hotel
The Capitol Skyline Hotel is known for its great downtown location, just 5 blocks away from Capitol Hill. Famed architect Morris Lapidus designed this distinctive hotel with a touch of the sixties blended with todays modern amenities. The hotel has a free shuttle service for local attractions…Learn More

0.4 miles away from Nationals Park

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Residence Inn By Marriott Washington, Dc/Capitol

Residence Inn By Marriott Washington, Dc/Capitol

The Residence Inn by Marriott is a beautiful modern hotel that is perfect for the business or leisure traveler. The hotel offers complimentary high-speed wireless internet, coffee in the lobby as well as the guestrooms, and express checkout. Be sure to take advantage of the free breakfast…Learn More

0.8 miles away from Nationals Park

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About Nationals Park

In 2008, the Washington Nationals start a new chapter in their short history in Washington, DC when they open their new ballpark. For the first time since 1962 when RFK Stadium opened, fans in the Nation’s capital will have a new ballpark to see a ballgame at. In April 2005, baseball returned to Washington, DC for the first time since the Senators left after the 1971 season. After trying to lure the Houston Astros and San Diego Padres to the city in the 1990s, the Montreal Expos moved Washington DC after the 2004 season. With nearly ten years of problems in Montreal, it was inevitable that the Expos would eventually relocate. For nearly five years Washington had been mentioned as a site for the team.

In just three seasons in our nation’s capital, the Washington Nationals have quickly developed a loyal following that will only grow with the debut of the $611 million Nationals Park for the 2008 season. The team sold a very respectable 2.7 million Washington Nationals tickets during their first season in 2005, and that mark seem sure to fall during the 2008 Washington Nationals baseball schedule. RFK Stadium simply was not well-suited to be a baseball venue, but Nationals Park certainly is. Built specifically for baseball, the new ballpark features 41,000 seats, 66 suites and a grove of cherry blossoms.

Built in 1961, RFK Stadium lacked many of the amenities of newer ballparks and is a multipurpose stadium. As part of the agreement for the Nationals to move to DC was the city building a new ballpark. Throughout December 2004, there were weeks of political wrangling as several members of the District of Columbia Council balked at an earlier plan to finance a new stadium along the Southeast waterfront. City officials and MLB officials negotiated a deal that would allow some private financing for the ballpark. Throughout 2005 and into 2006, Mayor Tony Williams and the D.C. City Council finally agreed to spend as much as $611 million to get a stadium built.

In March 2006, the Nationals and the DC Sports Commission released plans for the new Nationals ballpark. Groundbreaking occurred in May 2006 in southeast Washington along the Anacostia River, bordered by South Capital Street to the west, M Street to the north, First Street to the east and Potomac Avenue to the south. The ballpark breaks away from the traditional mold of newer ballparks and has a sleek, futuristic look to it. The facade features mostly glass. Like Turner Field in Atlanta, many fans enter the ballpark through the outfield areas which lead from the Navy Yard Metro station. Open concourses are found throughout the ballpark with escalators and ramps taking fans to their seats.

With a seating capacity of 41,000, fans have great views of the action on the field from just about anywhere in the ballpark. Roughly 22,000 seats make up the lower deck that stretches from the left field foul pole to home plate and around the right field foul pole. Approximately 1,800 padded seats are in the first few rows directly behind home plate. The upper deck, where fans can see the US Capital Building, seats 12,000 and is broken into two sections along the first base side. The ballpark also features 2,500 club seats, 1,112 suite seats, a 500-seat founder’s club with indoor dining and a 1,300-seat diamond club with indoor dining. Additional seating and bleachers are found beyond the outfield.

A section of seating in the outfield was designed to bounce when fans jump, similar to that currently found on the third base side of RFK Stadium. The Nationals played their first game at Nationals Park on March 30, 2008, against the Atlanta Braves. For the time being, the ballpark will be known as Nationals Park as the team has decided against selling the naming rights.

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Hotels Near Nationals Park

Capitol Hill Hotel

Capitol Hill Hotel 200 C Street Se, Washington DC, DC
0.9 miles away from Nationals Park

The Capitol Hill Hotel is a stylish boutique hotel centrally located in Capitol Hill’s Historic District. The hotel is within walking distance of many of the city’s most popular museums, attractions, and dining areas.

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Holiday Inn Capitol – Washington DC

Holiday Inn Capitol - Washington DC 550 C Street Sw, Washington DC, DC
1.1 miles away from Nationals Park

The Holiday Inn Capitol Hotel is centrally located within easy access of many famous, shopping areas, and dining options. Each spacious guestroom is fully equipped with many amenities including internet access. The hotel creates a balance of rich culture and modern convenience.

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The Liaison Capitol Hill An Affinia Hotel

The Liaison Capitol Hill An Affinia Hotel 415 New Jersey Avenue Nw, Washington DC, DC
1.6 miles away from Nationals Park

The Liaison Capitol Hill Hotel is perfectly located within close proximity of many of the city’s top sites. This hotel offers many services and amenities including 24hr room service, an onsite restaurant, meeting facilities and business center.

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Hyatt Regency Washington D.C. On Capitol Hill

Hyatt Regency Washington D.C. On Capitol Hill 400 New Jersey Avenue Nw, Washington DC, DC
1.6 miles away from Nationals Park

The Hyatt Regency Washington D.C. is best known for its five-story atrium lobby that welcomes its guests with a beautiful contemporary atmosphere. Check out the hotels onsite restaurant, Article One-American Grill, which is located on the lobby level.

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