Comfort Inn Oxon Hill
The Comfort Inn® Oxon Hills, Maryland Hotel is conveniently located near the cross point of the Capital Beltway and Indian Head Highway, 9.5 miles - 12 minutes - from Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport. The hotel is hidden from the road behind spacious, lush forested area which keeps the hassle and noise at bay and provides respite from the city life
At theComfort Inn® Oxon Hills, Marylandyou will experience the peace of mind of mountain vacation in the middle of the city, just minutes away from the Nation’s Top Historical Landmarks. The White House
, the George Washington Monument
, and Old Town Alexandria
are in the vicinity of Comfort Inn® Oxon Hills, Maryland.
The Gaylord National Resort and Convention Center
is 2.3 miles or five minutes away from us and the hotel offers shuttle services to the Gaylord National Convention Center if you are attending an event, convention or business venue at the center.
If you travel for business or pleasure, the Comfort Inn® Oxon Hills, Maryland’slocation offers additional perks and conveniences to the visitor. Just behind the hotel, you can enjoy some barbeque chicken wingettes or Swedish meat balls, North Carolina Style at Levi’s Barbeque
, voted the top restaurant of the yeargrab a quick bite at Taco Bell.
If you need a rental, Enterprise Rent-A-Car is on walking distance from us, next to ALDI
if you need something from the grocery store. TheUSPS
and Western Union
arealso nearby and the infamous Desserts by Gerard
is about five minutes away. You must try their much raved about mousse cups during your stay with us. They are delectable!
You do not have to disrupt your exercise routine during your travels. Stay in shape using our gym equipment in thehotel’s fitness center or swim some laps at our outdoor pool.
The Comfort Inn® Oxon Hills, MarylandHotel offers free parking, free continental and hot breakfast; Complimentary WiFi; free High- Speed Internet,free copier machine in our business center, free local calls and free weekday newspaper with your free morning coffee.
Welcome to the perfect combination of convenience, hospitality and affordable rates!
We are happy to have you!
The Comfort Inn® Oxon Hills, MarylandHotel features:
- Free Guest Vehicle Parking
- Handicapped Parking and Mobility Access
- Free Bus Parking
- Free Truck Parking
- Outdoor Pool
- Fitness Center
- Business Center
- Business-style Meeting Room
- Theater-style /Presentation Meeting Room
- Interior Corridors
- Government travelers: FEMA Approved
- Beverages, Coffee and Tea in the Hotel's Lobby
- Free Hi-Speed Wired Internet
- Complimentary WiFi
- Free Use of Copy Machine
- Free Guest Laundry
- Free Continental Hot Breakfast
- Free Newspaper Monday - Friday
- 24 Hours Concierge Service
- Safe for Valuables
- Mobility AccessibleRooms for Individuals with Disabilities
- Check-in Minimum Age is 21
- No Pets Allowed
- No Service Animal Allowed
- No early Check-Out Fees
- Fresh Orange Juice
- Free Fresh Brewed Coffee and Teas Assortments
- Hot off the GriddleWaffles. Chose Your Favorite Waffle Flavor!
- Hot Sausages and Meats Assortments
- Cereals and Artisan Breads
- Fresh Fruits
- Yogurt and Honey
The first time that most Londoners heard the words Spandau Ballet was on the London Weekend Television arts programme Twentieth Century Box, in May 1980. Presented by Danny Baker, Twentieth Century Box was the place you went to for your youth culture fix. And Bakerâ€™s programme was devoted to a new cult, The Cult With No Name, a bunch of soul boys and girls, disaffected art students, hairdressers and apprentice advertising salesman who all wore clothes that referenced architecture rather than pop culture, and who frequented the most elite Soho nightclubs, and who learned the art of reinvention at the knee of David Bowie. Elegant, well dressed, and rather bizarrely obsessed with cleanliness (the band were quoted on the show saying that they hated most gigs because everyone was so dirty), they were, to put a fine point on it, the In Crowd. And Spandau Ballet were the In Crowdâ€™s band. Ushering in a new era of visually-dominated pop, their dissatisfaction with their musical peers manifested itself in a mechanical, stylised sound that was born and bred on the dancefloorâ€™s of the West End. They were Bowie Kids, Blitz Kids, white soul boys who had rejected funk and rock while embracing electronica, frilly shirts and tuxedos. Amateurish? Ridiculous? Their adolescent pretensions represented a sensibility rather than a display of ability. â€œWeâ€™re not just another band,â€ said the bandâ€™s singer Tony Hadley. And they werenâ€™t, not by the longest piece of chalk in town. Although, they were soon to become one of Britainâ€™s biggest bands. The surface smarts and radio-friendly sheen of Spandau Balletâ€™s biggest, most pervasive hits are familiar to anyone in possession of a radio or a laptop, anyone who was born in the last 50 years or indeed anyone who regularly goes to the movies or watches television â€“ the groupâ€™s songs have been used in the Simpsons, Spin City, Charlieâ€™s Angels, The Wedding Singer and Ugly Betty, as well as in advertisements for Coca Cola, Sony Ericsson, Caixa, Nissan, Nescafe, Pils and dozens more â€“ while the bandâ€™s songs have been covered by everyone from the Black Eyed Peas and Nelly to Paul Anka and Lloyd & Lil Wayne.
Event Start Date : 02-09-2015
Event End Date : 02-09-2015
Company E returns to the United States for its debut run in the Terrace Theater with a suite of exceptional, eclectic choreography from around the globe. Long Road Home, continues the company's extraordinary U.S. home season after 3 years of concerts and collaborations abroad. In partnership with the US Department of State the Company has travelled the world, from Kazakhstan to Argentina, Spain to Italy, Algeria to Tajikistan. Long Road Home celebrates the company's mission of embracing works of up and coming choreographers from both the United States and other nations. The evening includes two world premieres, including Dialogue of a Portrait by Washington, DC choreographer Robert J. Priore, who has been showcased this year domestically and internationally with his works. The second piece will be by the emerging Dallas choreographer Joshua Peugh. In addition, repertory favorites Alma by Israeli choreographer Rachel Erdos and Falling by Company E's own Paul Gordon Emerson will be performed in this program.
Event Start Date : 01-31-2015
Event End Date : 01-31-2015
7:15 PM | Monday Feb 2, 2015
Vinyasa Yoga is a practice where postures or asanas are connected through the breath for a transformative and balancing effect. It builds heat, endurance, flexibility, strength.
Price: $6 - $100
$6 THEARC employee & parent drop-in, $12 drop-in, $100 12 class card
Event Start Date : 02-02-2015
Event End Date : 02-02-2015