Washington Nationals Suites

Nationals Park, Washington, DC

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Washington Nationals Suite Prices and Details

How much do Washington Nationals suites cost?

A Washington Nationals suite will cost between $4,500 - $8,000 on average. Luxury box pricing varies based on the day of game, the opponent, and the location of the suite in Nationals Park. Washington suites will typically be the most expensive followed by Lincoln and then Jefferson suites.

How many guests can fit in a Nationals suite?

Nationals Park suites will range in size based on the suite level. Jefferson suites are the smallest and include 15-23 tickets depending on the suite. Lincoln suites will hold 16-24 people. Washington suites can hold 23-29 guests and a Party suite will accommodate a group of 32.

Suite Levels at Nationals Park

Jefferson Suite

15 Tickets
4 Parking
Catering Available

Washington Suite

23 Tickets
4 Parking
Catering Available

Lincoln Suite

16 Tickets
4 Parking
Catering Available

Party Suite

32 Tickets
4 Parking
Catering Available

Nationals Park Event Planning Guide

Catering

In-suite catering is available to purchase at Nationals Park. Guests can pre-order at their discretion from the suite menu. Most suites do not include catering. On average, clients spend about $100 per person on food and alcohol, however, there is no catering minimum and it is optional.

Parking and Transportation

Suite parking is located in the Geico Garage (formerly Garage B). The entrance is located on N Street SE and can be accessed by either Van Street SE or South Capitol Street SE. The Geico Garage will open 3 hours prior to the start of the game and will close 1 hour after the conclusion of the game.

Budget

A suite at Nationals Park for a Nationals game could cost between $4,500 - $8,000 on average. The pricing varies based on the day of game, the opponent, and the location of the suite. Washington suites will typically be the most expensive followed by Lincoln and then Jefferson suites.

Dress Code

All Nationals Park luxury suites are climate-controlled. Attire varies widely among suite patrons. If you're attending a business event, it may be more appropriate to dress in business casual or business formal attire. Otherwise, typical ballpark attire like jerseys or fan gear is more than fine.

Venue Bag Policy

No bags larger than 16" x 16" x 8" will be allowed into Nationals Park. All bags are subject to inspection. Guests are prohibited from bringing hard containers into Nationals Park. Metal, plastic or glass containers of any kind are prohibited.

Entrances

For quickest entry into the stadium, use the Media and Suites entrances located on South Capitol Street across from P Street and the Third Base Gate entrance across from O Street. Immediately after entering, there will be an elevator on your right that will take you up to the “Suite Level.”

Child Ticket Policy

Children 2 years of age and under are not required to have a ticket to enter the ballpark. There is no age requirement on any suite level. Strollers are permitted in all concourse areas at Nationals Park. Strollers that are unable to fold must be checked at a Guest Services location.

Additional Questions?

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Nationals Spotlight

Current MLB Season

The Nationals overcame a slow start to the season and road games in winner-take-all scenarios against the Los Angeles Dodgers and Houston Astros to win the franchise’s first World Series title in 2019. Much of the lineup – including Juan Soto, Trea Turner, and Victor Robles – but they did lose third baseman Anthony Rendon to the Angels. Top prospect Carter Kieboom could see time at third base, and the Nats did sign Starlin Castro to a two-year deal.

The pitching looks as strong as ever, anchored by Max Scherzer and Stephen Strasburg. Sean Doolittle and Daniel Hudson will be relied upon to lock-down the late innings like they did in the 2019 postseason.

A 35,000-square-foot entertainment venue is in the works that will add several shops and restaurants – and possibly a sportsbook – to the Nationals Park complex in the coming years. Meantime,... MORE

Past Spotlights

The 2019 Washington Nationals will be without Bryce Harper but don’t sleep on the Nationals just yet. The Nationals have strengthened their pitching staff and have one of the brightest young stars in baseball, Juan Soto. There’s no reason to believe the Nationals can’t get to the World Series in 2019.

During the offseason, the Nationals signed pitcher Patrick Corbin to give the Nats one of the best front 3 starters in the league. Corbin will slide into the third spot of the rotation behind Max Scherzer and Stephen Strasburg.

The lineup even without Harper stands as one of the best in the NL East. Trea Turner is one of the National League’s best all around players, especially when he gets on the base path. Speaking of being able to steal, Victor Robles is expected to get a full shot as a starter and is one of the fastest players in baseball. We mentioned Soto, who at 19-years-old made the leap into the big leagues and didn’t disappoint. Now at 20, Soto is being mentioned as one of the best hitters in baseball being compared to stars like Mookie Betts and J.D. Martinez. Anthony Rendon and Ryan Zimmerman, the two clubhouse veterans, can both hit for power and average. With the addition of Brian Dozier, the Nationals bring in more power to substitute for the loss of Harper.

Experience Nationals baseball from a suite at Nationals Park is going to provide your group with the best experience possible. With the whole group being able to stay together in a suite, you can have the luxury box completely catered with your favorite food and drinks. The Nationals offer three different suite levels at Nationals Park: Washington Suites, Lincoln Suites and Jefferson Suites. Some of the suites will offer all-inclusive options for Nationals games. Every guest with a suite tickets will get to enter Nationals Park through the VIP suite entry and get VIP parking passes.

The Washington Nationals will look to win their third consecutive National League East crown in 2018. Dave Martinez will be the man in charge, beginning his first season as manager of the Washington Nationals. With a loaded offense and electric pitching staff, the Nationals are once again expected to compete for a World Series championship in 2018.

Bryce Harper enters his seventh year in the MLB, in what may be his last in the nation’s capital. His impending free agency figures to be a major storyline following the Nationals all year long. At age 25, Harper has already won an MVP award and has been to the All-Star Game five times. Harper will look to continue to lead a dominant Washington lineup that finished 5th in runs and 4th in hits last year. Second baseman Daniel Murphy has emerged as an elite offensive force the past two seasons, and the return of outfielder Adam Eaton, who missed nearly all of last season with a torn ACL, should bolster the offense. Both Ryan Zimmerman and Anthony Rendon put up monster numbers last year, each with a batting average over .300 while hitting 25+ home runs and knocking in 100+ RBI’s. With speedster Trea Turner swiping 45+ bases at the top of the lineup, the Nationals offense truly has no holes.

The pitching staff will be led by the elite duo of Max Scherzer and Stephen Strasburg. Scherzer has won three Cy Young awards in the past five seasons, including both 2016 and 2017. His consistent dominance has given the Nationals everything they expected when they signed him to a 7 year, $210 million contract three years ago. With Scherzer and Stephen Strasburg, the Nationals arguably have the best one-two punch in Major League Baseball.

Washington has not made it past the National League Division Series despite making the playoffs in four of the past six years. With new manager Dave Martinez at the helm, could 2018 be the year for the Nats?

Suites for the Washington Nationals at Nationals Park can accommodate groups as small as 15. A Nationals suite will feature a private restroom, premium in-suite catering options, interior/exterior seating, HDTVs, Wi-Fi and a dedicated suite attendant. There are three different suite levels in Nationals Park: Washington suites, Lincoln suites and Jefferson suites. Washington suites are the first level followed by Lincoln and then Jefferson. All guests in a Nationals suite will get private VIP entry into Nationals Park. A luxury box at Nationals Park provides the perfect setting for entertaining clients, employees or friends and family.