Highroad Hostel DC
HighRoad befindet sich dort, wo das NACHTLEBEN stattfindet, verfügt über EMPFANGSPERSONAL und bietet außerdem die geräumigsten, SAUBEREN ZIMMER und LUXURIÖSE BADEZIMMER sowie eine komplett ausgestattete KÜCHE.
HighRoad-Gästezimmer verfügen darüber hinaus über viskoelastische Matratzen, luxuriöse Bettwäsche, Leselampen, Bettteiler, alle möglichen Kleiderhaken, große Fenster und abschließbaren Stauraum. KOSTENLOSE BADETÜCHER sind ebenso enthalten.
HighRoad befindet sich in der Gegend von Adams Morgan, welche an die U Street Corridor- und die Dupont Circle-Nachbarschaft grenzt.
Adams Morgan ist nicht wegen seiner historischen Reihenhäuser oder seiner ruhigen Seitenstraßen bekannt, obwohl es dort beide gibt. Besucher strömen in diese Gegend, um handgefertigte Einzelanfertigungen von freien Händlern zu kaufen, die ganze Nacht tanzend in den zahllosen Bars zu verbringen oder authentische Jumbo-Pizza-Scheiben zu genießen. In der Gegend finden Sie auch feine Restaurants und gemütliche Cafés.
Richtlinien und Bedingungen von Highroad Hostel DC:
Stornierung: 24 Stunden vor Ankunft. Zahlung bei Ankunft bar, mit Kreditkarte, EC-Karte. Diese Unterkunft kann vor Ihrer Ankunft Ihre Kreditkarte vorautorisieren.
Einchecken zwischen 16:00 und 23:00 Uhr. Auschecken vor 11:00 Uhr.
****Steuern nicht enthalten – 14,80%*****
24-Stunden-Rezeption. Keine Sperrstunde.
Keine Haustiere. Rauchen nicht gestattet. Mindestalter 18 Jahre.
Einwohner von DC, MD und VA dürfen nicht übernachten.
Die Herberge ist für verlorene, gestohlene oder beschädigte Sachen nicht verantwortlich.
Historisches Gebäude. Es gibt keinen Aufzug. Es gibt Treppen. Eine Rampe für Rollstuhlfahrer ist nicht vorhanden.
Die maximale Aufenthaltsdauer pro Jahr beträgt 14 Tage.
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Hostels Ausstattungen & Richtlinien
- 24 Stunden Rezeption
- Frühstück inbegriffen
- Zahlung per Kreditkarte möglich
- Kostenlose Stadtpläne
- Kostenloser Internet-Zugang
- Kostenloses WLAN
- Kühlschrank / Gefrierschrank
- Internet Café
- Bügeleisen und Bügelbrett
- Zugang per Schlüsselkarte
- Bettwäsche im Preis inbegriffen
- Kein Rezeptionsschluss
- Möglichkeit der Tee- und Kaffeezubereitung
- Handtücher im Preis inbegriffen
ReiserücktrittsversicherungDiese Unterkunft hat eine 1 Tage Stornierungsfrist. Ergeht innerhalb dieser Zeit keine Stornierung, wird eine Stornogebühr in Höhe der ersten Nacht des Aufenthalts in Rechnung gestellt.
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The HighRoad is located at 1804 Belmont Road NW at the intersection of 18th St NW and Belmont Road NW in Adams Morgan.
**Be sure to go to Belmont Road. Do not go to Belmont Street. That is a different street. Remember Belmont-Road - High-Road
In general, the easiest and most affordable ways to travel around DC are by foot, bike, or public transit. If you’re planning to use public transit regularly, we suggest buying a SmartTrip card to take advantage of lower fares and reduced-rate transfers. You can buy the cards at any MetroRail station, as well as at select pharmacies and supermarkets in the area.
Bus and metro service intervals change depending on the time of day. For the most accurate travel times and best routes, we recommend using WMATA’s website and use the Trip Planner Function: http://www.wmata.com/
Getting Around By Bus:
There are several bus lines that pass close to the hostel:
90, 93, 96, X2, 42, 43, H1, L2 and the DC Circulator
We are a reasonable walk to both the 'Dupont Circle' and 'Woodley Park-Zoo' stations on the Red Line and 'U-Street Cardoza' and 'Columbia Heights' on the Green Line.
From Dupont Circle, walk east to 18th Street NW, then turn left and walk north up 18th St NW (and up the slight hill) towards Adams Morgan.
Estimated walking time from metro stop: 15 minutes from Dupont Circle if carrying luggage.
From the Woodley Park-Zoo station, the hostel is about a 15 minute walk away. When exiting the station, take a right down Connecticut Avenue. About a block down, take a left on Calvert St. and head straight. You will eventually cross a bridge. Keep heading straight. Calvert St. will curve and turn into 18th St. Keep heading straight down 18th and we are at the corner of 18th and Belmont.
Tell your driver to take you to the Adams Morgan neighborhood. The address is 1804 Belmont Road NW which is near the intersection of 18th Street NW and Belmont Road NW.
If you do not already have the apps, download them and input these special discount codes to get free ride credits.
Discount Code for Uber: UberZeroDue
Discount Code for Lyft: LYFT994
(These codes only work if it is the first time you have used the app.)
There is a DC Capital Bikeshare docking station at the corner of Belmont Rd. and Columbia Rd. There are a few others in the area as well. Capital Bikeshare offers 24-hour and 3-day rates, as well as longer-term rates. You can check a map of all the stations here: https://www.capitalbikeshare.com/
Car Share: The DC area offers Car2Go carsharing. To learn more, please visit: https://www.car2go.com/en/washingtondc
Parking: Please note that public parking around the hostel is limited to two hours and is metered. There is a parking garage 50 meters away from the hostel at 2421 18th St. that charges $20/day for covered parking.
Alternatively, you could leave your car at one of four suburban Metro stations and take the train into the city (this option will be cheaper). Multi-day parking (also known as overnight or long-term parking) is available at four Metro stations in the DC-area: Franconia-Springfield, Greenbelt, Huntington, and Wiehle-Reston East. Each of these stations has between 15 and 17 spaces allocated for multi-day use of up to 10 days. Availability is on a first-come, first-served basis. Check WMATA’s website for daily rates.
From Union Station (Amtrak, MARC train, BoltBus, Megabus, Greyhound, etc.):
~15 - 25 minutes driving/by taxi depending on traffic
~35 minutes by metro or bus depending on traffic
~30 minutes by bike
Taxis will cost around $20 one-way from the station (this is an estimate based on normal traffic. Please be aware that it could cost even more if there is heavy traffic).
Public Transit: The 96 bus towards Tenleytown leaves approximately every 20 minutes from the corner of Massachusetts Ave. and Columbus Circle. When you walk out of the front entrance of Union Station, take a left to reach the bus stop. Board the bus headed towards Tenleytown. Get off at the 18th St./Belmont Rd. stop and we’re just a minute up the street. Bus fare is $2.00. *Be sure to check the schedule on WMATA’s website as there may be reduced hours on weekends, holidays, and evenings.
By metro, take the Red Line from Union Station in the direction of Shady Grove. Get off at the Woodley Park-Zoo station the hostel is 15 minute walk away. When exiting the station, take a right down Connecticut Avenue. About a block down, take a left on Calvert St. You will eventually cross a bridge. Keep heading straight. Calvert St. will curve and turn into 18th St. Keep heading straight down 18th and we are at the corner of 18th and Belmont.
Alternatively, you can use a combination of the metro/bus if you prefer less walking. Check WMATA for the best travel times.
From DC Reagan National Airport (DCA):
~20 - 25 minutes driving/by taxi depending on traffic
~40 - 45 minutes by metro and bus
~40 minutes by bike (not recommended, but possible!)
Taxis will cost around $30 one-way from DCA (this is an estimate based on normal traffic. Please be aware that it could cost even more if there is heavy traffic). Alternatively, you can take a shared van service (SuperShuttle) which costs about $15 one-way for one passenger, $10 per passenger after that. Ticket counters are located in the baggage claim areas in Terminal A (near Door 1), Terminal B (near door 4, on the lower level), or Terminal C (near door 9, on the lower level). Note that shared vans will take longer than taxis as they will be dropping off additional passengers.
By Metro/Bus: The Blue and Yellow lines have a stop directly in front of the airport. Your best public transit option will be to take the metro and then transfer to one of the several buses that pass by the hostel. We have listed two suggestions below. Depending on schedules, different combinations might be more effective. Be sure to check WMATA’s website for the best routes/times.
For the Yellow Line, take the Greenbelt train and get off at the U St. station. From there, you can take the 96 bus towards Tenleytown. Get off at the 18th St. and Belmont Rd. stop and the hostel will be around the corner.
For the Blue Line, take the Largo Town Center train and get off at the Farragut West station. From there, you can take the 42 or 43 bus towards Mt. Pleasant. Get off at the Columbia Rd/Mintwood Rd. stop. Exiting the bus, take a right and walk towards Metro K Supermarket. You’ll then take a left onto Belmont Rd and the hostel will be on your right-hand side about two minutes down the road.
By Bike: Not recommended, but possible. If you’re traveling very, very light and feeling adventurous, there are Capital Bikeshare stations near the airport. There is a scenic bike route that will take you past some of the main monuments on the way to the hostel. This route is probably best for very seasoned cyclists as it is almost 6 miles/10km and will take close to 40 minutes (including some hills!). Check Google Maps to get the full route details.
From Washington Dulles International Airport (IAD):
~40-50 minutes driving/by taxi depending on traffic
~1.25 - 1.5 hours by public transit
Taxi: One-way from IAD to the hostel will cost about $50 - 80.
Shared Van: SuperShuttle ticket counters are located on the lower level of the main terminal, down the ramps to doors 2 & 6. Cost is $29.00 one-way for the first passenger, an additional $10 per passenger after that. HighRoad Hostel has secured a 10% off discount code that our guests can use on SuperShuttle. To receive 10% off SuperShuttle, you must book online and use code ZMQ5F. The discount code only works for shared-ride van reservations, and only works for the first person in a multiple-person reservation. (Just to be clear, the hostel does not get any kickback if you use this discount code -- we just wanted to negotiate a discount and then pass that onto our guests to help save a few bucks.)
By Metro/Bus: Take the Washington Silver Line Express Flyer Bus towards Wiehle-Reston East Station. The bus is $5 each way and you can purchase tickets at the counter located inside Arrival Door 4 in the Terminal, on the baggage claim level. The bus will drop you off at the end of the Silver Line. From Wiehle-Reston, take the silver line to Farragut West Metro Station. Take a right out of the station towards Farragut Square. At Farragut Square, you can take either the 42, 43, or L2 bus. Get off at Columbia Rd/Mintwood Rd. stop. Exiting the bus, take a right and walk towards Metro K Supermarket. You’ll then take a left onto Belmont Rd and the hostel will be on your right-hand side about two minutes down the road.
From Baltimore-Washington International Airport (BWI):
~50-60 minutes driving/by taxi depending on traffic
~1.5 Hours by public transit
Taxi: One-way from BWI will cost about $50 - 90.
Shared Van: SuperShuttle ticket counters are located on the lower level baggage claim area; near door #2 (Southwest Airlines Terminal – Concourse A) or near door #9 (Concourse C). One-way is $37 for the first passenger. HighRoad Hostel has secured a 10% off discount code that our guests can use on SuperShuttle. To receive 10% off SuperShuttle, you must book online and use code ZMQ5F. The discount code only works for shared-ride van reservations, and only works for the first person in a multiple-person reservation. (Just to be clear, the hostel does not get any kickback if you use this discount code -- we just wanted to negotiate a discount and then pass that onto our guests to help save a few bucks.)
By Metro/Bus: At BWI Airport, take the free shuttle that runs approximately every 6 minutes (except between hours of 1AM - 5AM where service operates every 25 minutes) to BWI Train Station. From the station, purchase an Amtrak ticket ($16) or MARC train ($7) from a ticket agent or an electronic kiosk. The train will arrive at Union Station. From Union Station, take the 96 Bus towards Tenleytown. The 96 bus towards Tenleytown leaves approximately every 20 minutes from the corner of Massachusetts Ave. and Columbus Circle. When you walk out of the front entrance of Union Station, take a left to reach the bus stop. Board the bus headed towards Tenleytown. Get off at the 18th St./Belmont Rd. stop and we’re just a minute up the street. Bus fare is $2.00. *Be sure to check the schedule on WMATA’s website as there may be reduced hours on weekends, holidays, and evenings.