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Washington Plaza - Washington Hotels
Rating: 3.5 Stars

Washington Plaza

10 Thomas Circle NW, Washington - Map
"first time in DC"
We were a bit nervous about finding our way around, the subway, local restaurants and tourist attractions . Hotel staff was amazing on all aspects !! Extremely polite front desk staff (especially the afternoon and evening crew) went out of their way to make sure we enjoyed ourselves ... Offered advice on dining ( very good choices ) local highlights and any concerns using the subway and finding our way. Highly recommend this Hotel - great room great location very clean and comfortable ... Couldn't have asked for better !!
Traveller from saint francis, wi
Ideally located on Thomas Circle, near Massachusetts Avenue in the heart of Washington DC, this Kennedy-era hotel is 0.3 …More
Hotel RL Washington DC by Red Lion - Washington Hotels
Rating: 3.0 Stars

Hotel RL Washington DC by Red Lion

1823 L St NW, Washington - Map
"Fantastic Place to Stay!"
I absolutely loved the Quincy! The hotel is in a superb location. The staff is amazing, especially Manny! The rooms were big and comfortable. I will definitely be going back!
Traveller from Panama
Offering extra-spacious suites, this hotel is located on the edge of the historic Foggy Bottom neighborhood, just 6 blocks …More
The Fairfax at Embassy Row, Washington, D.C. - Washington Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars

The Fairfax at Embassy Row, Washington, D.C.

2100 Massachusetts Avenue NW, Washington - Map
"Great location near the Metro and Dupont Circle."
Located in a quiet neighborhood but only a few blocks from shops and restaurants. Metro station is very close and area is beautiful with the Embassys. I loved the local feel of the surroundings. Restaurants were not chain restaurants.
Traveller from Virginia Beach, VA
This Washington, DC luxury hotel is in a shopping district, 2 blocks from Dupont Circle, 4 blocks from Georgetown, and 1 mile …More
Kellogg Conference Hotel at Gallaudet University - Washington Hotels
Rating: 3.0 Stars

Kellogg Conference Hotel at Gallaudet University

800 Florida Avenue NE, Washington - Map
The hotel staff was incredible, allowing me to check-in early and then leave my bag at the front desk when I checked out since I had a late flight that day and didn't want to haul my luggage around the city. The room was clean, updated, and all around had a good feel to it. As a female traveling alone, I am always cautious about security. The campus felt very secure and the shuttle made it really easy to get to the heart of DC without any issue.
Traveller from Colorado
The hotel provides a free 10-minute shuttle service to Union Station, a transportation hub that also features a variety of …More
The Melrose Georgetown Hotel - Washington Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars

The Melrose Georgetown Hotel

2430 Pennsylvania Ave Nw, Washington - Map
We enjoyed our stay. There were only a couple things we thought could be improved. First, we asked for a wake-up call as we had a 7 am flight. We did not get one. Fortunately, we had set our IPhones for backup. There was no coffee in the lobby until 6:30. I would think many people are up earlier. Otherwise, necessary to call room service? Necessary to call room service to get ice. Otherwise, very nice.
A Traveller
Just west of downtown, this upscale hotel is 2 blocks from the Foggy Bottom Metro station, Georgetown, and George Washington …More
Kimpton Donovan Hotel - Washington Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars

Kimpton Donovan Hotel

1155 14th St Nw, Washington - Map
"Hidden fees"
The hotel was great. I was not expecting to be hit with $40 in booking fees, which came as quite an unpleasant surprise.
A Traveller
The Donovan, a Kimpton Hotel is situated on historic Thomas Circle in the old city of Washington, DC. The White House is …More
Kimpton Hotel Madera - Washington Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars

Kimpton Hotel Madera

1310 New Hampshire Ave Nw, Washington - Map
"Very clean, cozy boutique hotel"
The hotel was in a great location, just a few blocks away from the Metro, with wonderful restaurants within easy walking distance. The hotel was very clean and modern - very quiet and the balcony was a great feature to see the people and sights on the tree-lined street. We did not get the room types we had reserved for the first night, but the supervisor on duty waived the parking fee for our trouble, and promptly moved us to the room type we needed for the remaining 3 nights. I would definitely go back but apparently booking through Travelocity does not guarantee they have the room type available - they should either find a way for Travelocity to see their available rooms, or no longer market themselves via Travelocity.
Traveller from Columbus, Ohio
Located in the vibrant Dupont Circle neighborhood, this stylish hotel is 5 blocks from modern art at the Phillips Collection …More
Hotel Lombardy - Washington Hotels
Rating: 3.5 Stars

Hotel Lombardy

2019 Pennsylvania Ave Nw, Washington - Map
"Love it!!!"
Great location! Terrific hotel and staff!!! Would highly recommend!!!
A Traveller
Hotel Lombardy on Pennsylvania Avenue provides intimate respite from the hustle and bustle outside its doors. This 1929 …More
The Henley Park Hotel - Washington Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars

The Henley Park Hotel

926 Massachusetts Ave NW, Washington - Map
"Nice hotel close to major sites and restaurants"
My husband and I enjoyed our hotel very much. Our room on 5th floor was quiet and the staff was very courteous and friendly. Our room was very clean and bed was very comfortable. Food at the restaurant was excellent. A very quaint and charming hotel and will return again. Cabs are always available and metro is close by.
Traveller from new hampshire
This romantic hotel is within walking distance from the Washington Convention Center, China Town, and the Verizon Center, as …More
The Carlyle Dupont Circle, a Kimpton Hotel - Washington Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars

The Carlyle Dupont Circle, a Kimpton Hotel

1731 New Hampshire Ave Nw, Washington - Map
"Comfort at its best"
5th hotel on a round trip from Long Island to Florida. Saved the best for last. Extremely comfortable, staff excellent, location excellent. Would recommend this Hotel to everyone. Will definitely stay again. Just a pleasant experience.
Traveller from Long Island, New York
The Carlyle Dupont Circle is in Washington, DC’s city center, a 9-minute stroll from historic Dupont Circle. Guests can reach …More

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    Dreamers like you make their homes in places where ideas can flourish; and not just where they flourish, but where new ideas can be born. This is the ideology that calls you to Washington DC—America’s capital. Since 1790, the East Coast city has harbored intricate visions of American democracy. And whether or not those plans have been put into action, the constant remains that the city allows people to dream and collaborate in a way unlike anywhere else. You too will join the likes of those who have left their footprint in the capital city. As you stroll past the White House and gaze upon its well-manicured lawn, you silently thank yourself for having the foresight to reserve Washington DC lodging. Cheap hotels in Washington DC will give you a convenient home base to retire to after long days spent navigating your way from Foggy Bottom to the Lincoln Memorial, and a place to take all you’ve seen and turn it into a creative idea.

    Out and About in Washington DC

    There’s no disputing that life in Washington DC is fast-paced. As you order a cup of coffee inside a local café after stepping outside of your downtown Washington DC hotel, you watch as numerous men and women in business suits grab their java and head back out into the world. There’s a sense of purpose in each person’s footsteps, and you have just as many intentions for your day as you begin your itinerary of things to do in Washington DC. Near the National Mall, you tote your camera and sketchbook along to visit a wide array of museums. Will you spend your time at the National Gallery of Art, reveling in sincere brushstrokes; at the National Museum of Natural History gazing upon extinct creatures; or opt for the National Museum of American History to look at what shaped the U.S.? American history beckons you inside, so you stroll through the institution’s corridors and marvel at exhibitions that capture events that shaped the nation—from political photographs to memorials of famed jazz legends.

    Just two miles north of the impressive array of museums near the Mall, you’ll enjoy the bustling boutiques and restaurants that dominate U Street Corridor. Home to stunning Victorian homes as well as many local businesses, the street has become a haven for music in the capital city. In fact, Duke Ellington was born in the neighborhood, which just confirms your suspicion that DC is a perfect breeding ground for creativity. Pop into one of the neighborhood’s jazz venues and enjoy a nice bourbon on the rocks—sometimes the best way to be innovative is by gathering inspiration from creators around you.

    Eating and Drinking

    What’s interesting about the Washington DC food scene is that there isn’t a stand-out signature dish. As New York lays claim to the hotdog and Atlanta has nearly trademarked peaches, DC finds itself without a go-to meal—for good reason. Mirroring the nation itself, Washington DC’s food scene is representative of many international cuisines.

    While you can certainly find yourself some old fashioned American home cooking, you’re better off turning on your explorer taste buds and searching for cuisine inspired by distant lands; with offerings like Greek, Chinese, Italian, and Mexican cuisine readily available throughout the city. For those gourmands truly looking to experience the best of the best in DC, venture to Logan Circle and 14th Street. Washington DC hotels in this historic neighborhood feature upscale wine bars where you can sip a sumptuous merlot and gaze out on the twinkling lights of the city teeming with energy. Additionally, several French restaurants are housed in this part of town. Rumor has it, French diplomats only dine in this area because the food is just that good. Settle into the dimly lit restaurant and order coq au vin and escargot as an appetizer—although you’re not there to talk politics with a diplomat, all this exploration has allowed you to work up an appetite.

    Green Spaces Galore

    Although DC may be renowned for its abundance of museums, memorials, and office buildings, the true star of the city is the National Mall. The great stretch of green lawn that unfurls before the Capitol has become an epic symbol of the nation. The patch of greenery is surrounded by massive buildings, and the diverse juxtaposition of large-scale monuments to a park-like setting is symbolic of the nation’s melting pot mentality. Whether you hail from America or somewhere far from the Land of the Free, you’re bound to enjoy waltzing through the park and peering out over the Lincoln Memorial Reflecting Pool. Indeed, the National Mall has become a source of inspiration and a driving force behind key decisions made by many locals—and whether those decisions were about the fate of the country or whether or not to order takeout for dinner, they all have a place in the site’s history. You too can write the story of your life at the National Mall, just don’t forget to lay your eyes on the Washington Monument to remember the man who first made key decisions for America.

    Day Trips from NYC

    You can’t fathom pulling yourself away from one of the best places to stay in Washington DC just yet, but you have a sense of wonder about what else lies on the East Coast. Across the Chesapeake Bay, just 79 miles southeast of the city, you’ll delight in spending the day in St. Michaels, Maryland. This waterfront city is known for its friendly locals, abundance of boating activities, and tons of fare centered around the delicious blue crab. With the smell of saltwater still fresh in your mind, you return to DC with a full stomach and a content spirit, and vow to continue discovering what great ideas are there for the taking.

    The State of the Union

    When it comes to where to stay in DC, look no further than the Washington DC hotel deals offered here on Travelocity. Whether you prefer to be in close proximity to the abundance of museums near the National Mall or stationed near U Street Corridor to appreciate some of the best live music in the country, you’ll find the accommodation that leaves you with a sense of wonder right here. If you want to save even more money, consider a Washington DC vacation package and bundle your flight and hotel. And when an idea strikes you while touring DC, don’t hesitate to write it down—flashes of inspiration need to be documented and remembered—much like your memories of Washington DC.

    Where to Stay Around Washington, D.C.

    When planning a trip to the nation’s capital, deciding where to stay is almost as important as figuring out what to do. If you are looking to remain in Washington, D.C. proper, there are a few neighborhoods to consider.

    • The iconic Dupont Circle offers cosmopolitan options for dining, nightlife, and museums.
    • For something a little trendier, Penn Quarter is perfect.
    • Penn Quarter is perfect for something a little trendier.
    • Downtown is a walkable neighborhood filled with equal parts history and sophistication.

    Prefer to stay a little further away from the hustle and bustle? Consider some of the Maryland and Virginia suburbs that have stops along the Metro Line. Silver Spring and Bethesda are safe suburbs in Maryland, and Arlington and Alexandria are great choices on the Virginia side of the Potomac.

    *For these packages, package savings is at least equal to the cost of the flight or hotel if booked separately. Note: For packages including flights, you will be charged by the airline for the flight, but your savings on the package will equal the cost of the flight.