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Washington Plaza - Washington Hotels
Rating: 3.5 Stars
$103

Washington Plaza

10 Thomas Circle NW, Washington - Map
 
 
"good value for the price"
We stayed here over Labor Day weekend 2013. The rooms was small but clean - it looked like it may have been recently updated. The pool is nice and the staff was friendly. Great location if you are not afraid to walk!!
DougKY from Newport, KY
Ideally located on Thomas Circle, near Massachusetts Avenue in the heart of Washington DC, this Kennedy-era hotel is 0.3 …More
Omni Shoreham Hotel - Washington Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars
$119

Omni Shoreham Hotel

2500 Calvert St Nw, Washington - Map
 
 
"Great hotel for the price!"
The hotel was in a great location, only a block from the Metro, and two blocks from what I called "Restaurant Row". The room was clean, the water pressure for the shower was great, and the TV channels were plentiful. The gym was nice, especially the staff. I did not get to swim in the pool but it looked quite refreshing. I would recommend this hotel to anyone wanting to travel to the DC area.
Traveller from Chicago, IL
Overlooking Rock Creek Park, Omni Shoreham Hotel is a 10-minute walk from the National Zoo and 4 minutes from Woodley …More
The Westin Washington, D.C. City Center - Washington Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars

The Westin Washington, D.C. City Center

1400 M Street, NW, Washington - Map
 
 
"People are very good trained."
Everything was good, but hotel and rooms looks very old. Janitorial service should be better overall carpets cleaning.
EVALLE from San Diego, CA, USA
This Westin hotel is conveniently located 6 blocks from The White House, 6 blocks from the Convention Center, 10 blocks to …More
Capitol Skyline - Washington Hotels
Rating: 3.0 Stars
$113

Capitol Skyline

10 'I' Street SW, Washington - Map
 
 
"Good Service"
Wonderful stay. The desk clerks were very helpful although they had a somewhat difficult time of understanding my English questions.
JamesDime from Wenatchee, WA
Conveniently located in downtown Washington, DC, this hotel is a few blocks from the U.S. Capitol, the National Mall …More
Best Western Pentagon Reagan National Airport - Arlington Hotels
Rating: 2.0 Stars

Best Western Pentagon Reagan National Airport

2480 S Glebe Rd, Arlington - Map
 
 
basic hotel room, good for the price so close to the DC sights. workout area was not appealing.
joekc
This Arlington hotel is 1 mile from the Pentagon and within 4 miles of Reagan Airport and Washington attractions.More
Luxury Flat Downtown DC - Washington Hotels
Rating: 3.0 Stars

Luxury Flat Downtown DC

300 Massachusetts Avenue NW, Washington - Map
 
 
Situated in Washington, this aparthotel is close to Lillian and Albert Small Jewish Museum, Ford's Theater, and Verizon …More
The Dupont Circle Hotel - Washington Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars
$139

The Dupont Circle Hotel

1500 New Hampshire Ave Nw, Washington - Map
 
 
"Great location & OK price considering location"
Excellent location in Dupont Circle, less than a five-minute walk to the metro. Starbucks is right across the street, & there are many great restaurants within walking distance; also bookstores, CVS are very close. No in-room coffee, which surprised me. Room was a good price & good quality considering the location; I've stayed at other places in the DC area which have cramped rooms, low-grade facilities, and are still expensive. Hotel staff told me they were unable to provide a hotel receipt for reimbursement from my employer because I'd booked through Travelocity; I guess that's understandable but still wanted evidence that I'd stayed at the hotel.
DA from Upstate New York
Overlooking Dupont Circle in one of Washington's most desirable neighborhoods, this hotel is about 1 block from Embassy Row …More
Loews Madison Hotel - Washington Hotels
Rating: 4.5 Stars
$139

Loews Madison Hotel

1177 15th Street NW, Washington - Map
 
 
"Wonderful Hotel in great location"
This is a absolutely great hotel with wonderful staff and conciege...always smile and say Hello or Good morning...only thing missing was a jacuzzi...which after walking all day would have been the best...
Caroline50 from Wakefield, MI
Just 1 mile from the Smithsonian museums, this hotel on M Street, near downtown Washington DC, is well situated for …More
Donovan House, a Kimpton Hotel - Washington Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars
$141

Donovan House, a Kimpton Hotel

1155 14th St Nw, Washington - Map
 
 
"Fun hotel - beautiful pool"
I was too busy to really enjoy the place during my visit but the hotel seems to be a place people congregate and have a good time. The roof deck pool was beautiful and I'm looking forward to returning at a time when I can actually swim in it. The staff were very friendly and helpful and the room was comfortable. I loved the big chair right by the window but there was no other place for anyone to sit except for the bed. Another chair would have been great. The bathroom was huge and the cocoon shower was fun.
MITWSIP from Cambridge, MA, USA
Donovan House, a Kimpton Hotel is situated on historic Thomas Circle in the old city of Washington, DC. The White House is …More
Liaison Capitol Hill DC-an Affinia hotel - Washington Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars
$129

Liaison Capitol Hill DC-an Affinia hotel

415 New Jersey Ave Nw, Washington - Map
 
 
"Outstanding!"
I stayed here for 5 nights by myself at the beginning of August and had a wonderful time. My room was large, clean, well decorated and quite luxurious. The bed is amazing. If I could have gotten it home on the plane I would have. I haven't slept so good in years. The one thing I found a little odd was no plug ins in the bathroom. It worked out as there was one right outside the door but still odd. I LOVED the products (shampoo, conditioner, soap) in the bathroom. Really great quality. The negative comments from other reviewers regarding the size of the bathroom is kind of funny considering it has everything you need so I'm not sure why it needs to be bigger. I tried out the restaurant for breakfast. The food and service were fantastic. My waiter was great and made excellent recommendations. I thought the prices were expensive but typical for a city. No more than I would have paid somewhere else. I also experienced the roof top bar. The bartender, Jay, was fabulous. He seemed to really care for his customers and his drinks were great. Again, expensive but typical for a city. The pool was smaller than I thought it would be but the whole space was really beautiful. I received outstanding service from the second I pulled in to the second I checked out. The location is perfect. I was in DC for vacation and I walked to everything from the hotel. Love this hotel and have every intention of returning.
Bug777 from MT
This DC hotel, renovated in 2013, is within a half-mile (1 kilometer) of Union Station and the United States Capitol.More

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    Washington DC Hotel Guide

    Washington, D.C. hotels are as varied as the guests that visit, and with approximately 600 hotels and nearly 100,000 hotel rooms available in the metro area, you’re sure to find something that fits the bill. There are massively sized properties that cater to big business groups as well as elegant, upscale establishments for VIPs, family-friendly hotels and trendy digs. Just outside the District of Columbia in suburban Virginia and Maryland, you’ll find more affordable accommodation options for the budget-minded as well.

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    With so many business travelers coming in and out of D.C., those who plan to spend more than a week in the area will find some hotels to be similar to luxuriously furnished apartments with the comforts of home; these can sometimes be negotiated for a discounted rate for extended periods. No matter where you decide to lay your head down at night, you’ll find that the fairly compact size of the area means that you’re likely to be close to a number of attractions, including some of the most famous museums and monuments in the nation.

    With the nation’s capital frequently hosting a variety of high-profile events that draw dignitaries and even royalty from all corners of the globe, Washington, D.C. area hotels also tend to house top-rated dining establishments. From popular steakhouses with award-winning chefs to “power spots” where congressman, local celebs and powerbrokers enjoy mid-Atlantic cuisine or French eateries with classic dishes such as beef Bourguignon, anything you could ever want in a restaurant can be found inside Washington, D.C. hotels.

    Hotels in Washington DC

    A trip to Washington, D.C., is like a journey through America's rich history. Monuments and memorials erected to commemorate people and events that helped shape the United States into the country it is today serve to remind American tourists of their nation's roots. International travelers, too, will be inspired by the living record of America's triumphs and tragedies that is Washington, D.C. Home to the White House, the U.S. Capitol Building, the Library of Congress, and memorials galore, it's not difficult to see why Washington, D.C., is one of the most popular destinations for tourists worldwide. Visitors can march past the majestic and eminently recognizable Lincoln Memorial and peer into the close-by Reflecting Pool or gaze in awe at the remarkable collection of art at the National Portrait Gallery. Washington, D.C., is full of treasures and artifacts from America's amazing history, making it an unforgettable vacation spot you'll want to return to again and again. With Travelocity, it's easy to find and book Washington, D.C., hotels, as well as affordable hotels near Washington, D.C., in the neighboring states of Virginia and Maryland. Unbeatable prices on travel packages are available online right now! Let Travelocity help you get where you're going.

    Attractions

    There are so many important monuments, memorials, and museums in Washington, D.C., that it would be nearly impossible to view all of them in one trip. The Washington Monument, like Washington, D.C., takes its name from the nation's first president, George Washington. Completed in 1884, it consists of an obelisk made of marble, granite, and bluestone gneiss that stands approximately 555 feet over the National Mall. Take an elevator to the top floor observation deck 500 feet above the ground for an absolutely breathtaking vista of Washington, D.C. You can get free tickets the day of your visit at the Washington Monument Lodge's ticket window or pay to reserve tickets for the future. Directly opposite the Washington Monument is the stately Lincoln Memorial. In contrast to the Washington Monument's Egyptian-influenced design, the Lincoln Memorial takes the form of a Greek temple, complete with 36 massive columns that represent the 36 states in the Union at the time of Lincoln's death. From head to toe, the gargantuan statue of Abraham Lincoln that sits inside the temple is 19 feet tall, and if the marble president were standing instead of sitting, he would be 28 feet tall. The Lincoln Memorial was also the site of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.'s famous "I Have a Dream" speech. With so much historical significance in one structure, the Lincoln Memorial is a must-see for anyone visiting Washington, D.C. The National World War II Memorial can be found at the east end of the Reflecting Pool on the National Mall in Washington, D.C., situated between the Washington Monument and the Lincoln Memorial. It consists of 56 granite pillars and two triumphal arches circling a large fountain. It honors those who served and those who gave their lives in the armed forces during World War II. The presence of these and many other monuments and memorials in Washington, D.C., mean that you could spend your entire vacation sight-seeing and still leave some exploring for your next trip!

    What to Do

    There are plenty of great places to hike and commune with nature in and around Washington, D.C. Nearby Great Falls Park is an 800-acre national park located along the banks of the Potomac River. A trip to Great Falls Park will provide you with striking views of natural beauty, including steep, rushing waterfalls and the narrow Mather Gorge, and opportunities for hiking, bicycling, and kayaking. You could also bring a picnic lunch for you and a loved one. Rock Creek Park is one of America's oldest national parks and is home to a tennis stadium, a golf course, a planetarium, and over 32 miles of trails. The park is a great place for walking, running, bicycling, and horseback riding, making it a popular destination for D.C. visitors. The Mountain Vernon Trail offers yet another opportunity for a scenic bike ride. This 18-mile-long paved path is part of the larger Potomac Heritage Trail and spans the distance between Theodore Roosevelt Island and George Washington's estate at Mount Vernon. With so many paths and parks, Washington, D.C. has plenty to offer those who like to stay active.

    While in D.C., be sure to pay a visit to the historical documents that started it all, including the Declaration of Independence and the United States Constitution, at their home in the National Archives building. You may have to wait in a long line to be able to view the faded papers, but it's well worth it to see these authentic pieces of American history up close. The National Portrait Gallery supplies visitors with another fantastic chance to soak up some U.S. history. The art museum, open to the public since 1968, is devoted to portraits of famous individuals who have helped shape American history and culture. The hours of operation are 11:30 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. every day except for December 25, and admission is free. Plant lovers should definitely make time for a trip to one of the oldest botanic gardens in the United States. Founded by Congress in 1820, the United States Botanic Garden is considered a living plant museum and houses an astonishing array of plant life, including some rare and endangered species.

    When to Visit

    Washington, D.C., can be crowded and very hot during the summer months, which could make sight-seeing and other outdoor activities less than pleasant. The winter months are an opportunity to find great rates on hotels in Washington, D.C., but freezing temperatures could put a damper on your vacation. Spring is a popular time to visit D.C. due to the cherry blossom season and the National Cherry Blossom Festival, usually held in late March or early April, depending on the weather. Another good time to visit the nation's capital is during the fall, when the heat of summer has subsided and the throngs of people have dwindled somewhat. Year-round, Travelocity is here to help you find cheap hotels in Washington, D.C. If you're looking to explore America's thrilling past or get a pulse on its present, a vacation in the metropolitan area sometimes referred to as the nation's heartbeat is just the thing for you. The monuments, memorials, and museums in "The American Rome" will surely move and enlighten you. We can help you plan your visit with some of the best deals on Washington, D.C., hotels. Washington, D.C., is an exhilarating travel destination steeped in American history, and D.C. vacations are a snap with Travelocity. Book online now!

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