This week’s featured lodging is the Presidential Inn at Andrews Air Force Base. Located just 14 miles from the White House, the Presidential Inn is a great lodging choice for those looking to explore the Washington D.C. metro area. Active duty military service members, national guard members, military reservists, retirees, dependents, and widow/ers are welcome at the Presidential Inn. Department of Defense civilian employees and retirees are also welcome at this hotel.
For a uniquely memorable experience, stay at the Presidential Inn during the Spring to see the vibrant cherry blossoms in the nation’s capitol. In July, the Presidential Inn offers convenient access to and views of the 4th of July celebration on the National Mall. Year round, enjoy free access to the Smithsonian network of museums, including the National Air and Space Museum, the National Portrait Gallery, and the National Zoo. Washington, D.C. is also home to the Lincoln Memorial, the Washington Monument, and many more national landmarks.
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The Presidential Inn at Andrews Air Force Base offers lower prices on their rooms from November to February and July to August, but they increase their pricing from March to June and September to October due to high demand. Availability is best from December to February, a beautiful albeit chilly time of year to visit the D.C. metro area. Rooms are sizable and comfortable, and pets are welcome with a $10 per day fee. Being a military lodging facility, reservations are made on a space-available basis.
If you’re interested in seeing all that the nation’s capital has to offer, the Presidential Inn at Andrews Air Force Base is a great launch pad for your trip. Make sure you order a copy of our United States Military Road Map™ if you’re visiting Washington, D.C. as a stop on a road trip!
Click here to see the listing on our Temporary Military Lodging Page if you’d like to make reservations or inquire about vacancies.
**Please note: Due to the impact of COVID-19 on travel, we encourage people to always plan trips in accordance with the guidance provided by government and health officials.