This guide contains information about places where you can stop for the night when driving from Vail, Colorado to Washington, District of Columbia. Total distance for the trip is around 1755 miles with a driving time of approximately 1 day 2 hours. Cities and towns with hotels that are on the fastest route between Vail and Washington are listed below. (Driving times are approximate and will vary with traffic and weather conditions.)

20.7 miles from Vail (23 mins)
1736 miles from Washington (1 day 2 hours)
Major hotel chains: Staybridge Suites by Holiday Inn, Marriott Hotel Brands, Wyndham Brands
30.5 miles from Vail (31 mins)
1725 miles from Washington (1 day 1 hour)
Major hotel chains: Days Inn, Hampton Inn, Quality Inns, Staybridge Suites by Holiday Inn, Marriott Hotel Brands, Wyndham Brands
262 miles from Vail (3 hours 55 mins)
1493 miles from Washington (22 hours 0 mins)
Major hotel chains: Fairfield Inn by Marriott, Quality Inns, Staybridge Suites by Holiday Inn, Marriott Hotel Brands, Wyndham Brands
330 miles from Vail (4 hours 48 mins)
1429 miles from Washington (21 hours 8 mins)
Major hotel chains: Comfort Inns, Days Inn, Holiday Inn Express, Hampton Inn, Super 8, Quality Inns
945 miles from Vail (13 hours 21 mins)
818 miles from Washington (12 hours 36 mins)
1480 miles from Vail (21 hours 19 mins)
275 miles from Washington (4 hours 30 mins)
Major hotel chains: Hampton Inn, Super 8, Staybridge Suites by Holiday Inn, SpringHill Suites by Marriott, Marriott Hotel Brands, Wyndham Brands
1619 miles from Vail (23 hours 36 mins)
136 miles from Washington (2 hours 13 mins)
Major hotel chains: Fairfield Inn by Marriott, Ramada International, Ramada Plazas Limiteds and Inns

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