Days Inn Gateway
No prices found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Multilingual staff
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- High-speed internet in room
Travelers also recommend:
- More recommendations
TripAdvisor Reviews Days Inn Gateway Washington DC
Travel Blogs from Washington DC
... guards, and it was, as always, an amazing and humbling experience. After traveling back down the hill to the Visitor's Center, we took the Metro to Chinatown, where we met Steph's cousin for dinner at Hooter's. After eating, we hopped back on the Metro and rode back to College Park. By 9 PM we were back in our trailers and headed to bed, exhausted after a busy day, and planning on an early start for our first full day in D.C.
... br> We also saw the old senate and supreme court chambers. Of course Emily was most interested in the benches.
We returned to the Senator's office and he was having a meet and greet. He was nice and I told him my concerns and debated for a few minutes. I don't think I convinced him but I did bring up a point that he apparently wasn't aware of. After meeting him and getting a picture with the family,I ...
... in one at Kennedy in 2005, and seeing the discovery today, which flew 39 missions up close was fantastic.
The Enola Gay also was a highlight. Thinking about the crew and what they were asked to do in 1945 is spine chilling.
What a day. We left the museum and rode the bus and train back to the hotel, collected our things and headed back to NYC. A great couple of days in DC. Now bring on ...
... think, is a small but a very imposing building. We did not meet the Obamas somehow they must have word of the Therileys visit.
We could feel it was time we went for beers, grilled cheese sandwiches and pate. Only in Washington would you get that combination I here you say. Meg and James were amazed with our day in Washington, as well as worn out on the hottest day of our holiday.
Even Jane said it was too hot we headed of to ...
... named Joseph, who somehow found his way through hectic and at times, chaotic traffic.
We started at the Capitol, with a close up look at the Library of Congress, just magnificent, and a must see for any visitor. Wonderful architecture but the the inside is as ornate as anything we have seen in Europe or elsewhere. Then we went into the Supreme Court, rather large, apparently as a demonstration of America's superiority to all others! Then to the Congress building, the Capitol, ...