Getting Here

Del Mar is located at the District Wharf, DC's premiere waterfront destination.

Our entrance is at:

791 Wharf Street SW, Washington DC 20024


Your arrival is important to us. Please read the following directions carefully.

To Self Park in the Wharf Garage
The District Wharf includes a parking garage with approximately 600 public parking spaces.

The parking garage entrance closest to Del Mar is on Sutton Square SW: Drive south on Maine Avenue SW past 9th Street SW, turn right onto Sutton Square (at the CVS), and the parking garage entrance will be on your left. Once parked, take the purple Pearl Street elevator to the ground floor. Exit to Pearl Street, walk towards the water. Turn right onto Wharf Street. Del Mar will be on the right.

On-Site Parking Rates
0-1 hours — $10
1-2 hours — $17
2-3 hours — $22
3-24 hours — $25

If the Wharf garage is full, an excellent off-site parking location is the L’Enfant Plaza garage at 420 10th Street SW.

Additionally, there are more than 25 parking garages and lots not directly affiliated with the Wharf within walking distance. Learn More >>

For Wharf Valet Parking
The District Wharf provides a valet parking service with several stands throughout the complex, including one at the Del Mar entrance on Wharf Street SW.

To use the Wharf Valet, from Maine Avenue SW turn onto 7th Street SW (at the Canopy by Hilton). Turn right onto Wharf Street SW, a one-way street parallel to the water. Continue on Wharf Street; The Del Mar entrance and the Wharf Valet stand will be on your right (the Capital Yacht Club will be on the left).

Wharf Valet Parking is $27 per car for Del Mar guests, and cash as well as credit cards are accepted for payment.




Southwest Waterfront-SEU (Green Line) – 8 minute walk

L’Enfant Plaza (Blue, Orange, Green, Yellow Lines) – 10-12 minute walk

The SW Neighborhood Shuttle is free and offers daily service to The Wharf from L'Enfant Plaza. Learn More >>

W9, 74, P6, V1

Water Taxi
A privately owned water taxi makes stops in National Harbor, Alexandria, Georgetown, The District Wharf, and Nationals Park. Learn More >>