This guide contains information about places where you can stop for the night when driving from Greenville, Alabama to Washington, District of Columbia. Total distance for the trip is around 844 miles with a driving time of approximately 12 hours 26 mins. Cities and towns with hotels that are on the fastest route between Greenville and Washington are listed and shown on the map. (Driving times are approximate and will vary with traffic and weather conditions.)

99.1 miles from Greenville (1 hour 32 mins)
747 miles from Washington (11 hours 5 mins)
Major hotel chains: Clarion Hotels, Courtyard by Marriott, Econo Lodge, Holiday Inn Express, Hampton Inn, Microtel Inns, Quality Inns, TownePlace Suites by Marriott, Hilton Garden Inn
624 miles from Greenville (9 hours 4 mins)
220 miles from Washington (3 hours 24 mins)
Major hotel chains: Baymont Inn & Suites, Econo Lodge, Hampton Inn, Red Roof Inns, Travelodge
657 miles from Greenville (9 hours 32 mins)
187 miles from Washington (2 hours 57 mins)
Major hotel chains: Comfort Suites, Days Inn, Fairfield Inn by Marriott, Hampton Inn, Quality Inns, Staybridge Suites by Holiday Inn, Marriott Hotel Brands, Wyndham Brands
712 miles from Greenville (10 hours 17 mins)
131 miles from Washington (2 hours 8 mins)
Major hotel chains: Comfort Inns, Days Inn, Econo Lodge, Holiday Inn Express, Hampton Inn, Super 8, Quality Inns, Staybridge Suites by Holiday Inn, Marriott Hotel Brands, Wyndham Brands
812 miles from Greenville (11 hours 48 mins)
31.9 miles from Washington (41 mins)
Major hotel chains: Comfort Inns, Days Inn, Econo Lodge, Holiday Inn Hotels and Resorts, Hampton Inn, Super 8, Red Roof Inns

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