Travel from Baltimore–Washington International Airport (BWI) to any hotel in downtown Washington, DC via this economical, shared-ride vehicle. Enjoy the stress-free comfort and convenience of one-way, door-to-door travel. There is a maximum of two suitcases and two small carry-on items per person, please.
Getting from the airport to a local hotel can be complicated, but it doesn’t have to be. There is a convenient option that takes all the hassle and guesswork out of renting a car or paying for an expensive taxi after a long flight.
Simplify the entire process upon arrival at Baltimore–Washington International Airport (BWI). Travel from the airport to any hotel in downtown Washington, DC in style and comfort by arranging for a shared-ride transfer vehicle. Simply provide the flight arrival details and full address of the location in the Washington, DC area. The transfer will be confirmed instantly and a travel voucher will be issued to present to the driver. There is a maximum of two suitcases and two small carry-on items per person, please.
Service from Baltimore–Washington International Airport to downtown Washington, DC is available seven days a week. This ultra-convenient form of transportation will always be ready to roll.
Notice: There are separate transfers available from Baltimore-Washington International Airport to Baltimore hotels (please search under 'Baltimore') and from Washington Dulles International Airport to downtown Washington, DC.
Reviews by Viator travelers
the only thing I would suggest is...
, Jan 2018
the only thing I would suggest is when going to a far away place like DC they should only have DC travelers on the van or people on the way to DC. It took me 2 1/2 hours for a trip that would of taken take 45 minutes .
It was hard to locate them at the airport as they no longer have the kiosk and only people who are walking around in blue jackets. Even then the person who was supposed to be there was not. Then I find out that my reservation through viator was not confirmed when I arrived which meant I had to wait an hour before I could even get on a van to the city.