Hotels in Washington D.C.
Budget hotels in Washington D.C.See all
Dupont Circle Embassy Inn By Found
Washington D.C. 618 yd from city centre
The hotel is located 6 blocks from the White House and 5 minutes' walking distance from Dupont Circle. It has a very central...
Adam S Inn
Washington D.C. 1.2 mi from city centre
Featuring free WiFi and free breakfast, this Washington D.C. B&B provides air-conditioned rooms and a shared guest kitchen....
Sleep Inn Near Quantico Main Gate
Washington D.C. 27.6 mi from city centre
The preferred airport for Sleep Inn Near Quantico Main Gate is Washington, DC (IAD-Washington Dulles Intl.) - 43.8 km / 27.2...
Days Inn By Wyndham Washington Dc/connecticut Avenue
Washington D.C. 3.2 mi from city centre
Discover the many things to do in Washington, DC with our customized area guide designed to highlight all the spots you...
Club Quarters Hotel In Washington Dc
Washington D.C. 781 yd from city centre
Club Quarters in Washington DC is a new concept for the hotel industry. This private, full service hotel overlooks Farragut...
Found Places Capitol Hill Bed And Breakfast
Washington D.C. 2.3 mi from city centre
Located an 8-minute walk from Supreme Court in Washington, D.C., Found Places Capitol Hill Bed and Breakfast provides accommodations...
Windsor Park Hotel
Washington D.C. 1,746 yd from city centre
Built in 1926, this Dupont Circle boutique hotel overlooks Rock Creek Park. It is a 10-minute walk from both the Woodley...
Tourism in Washington D.C.
Let’s take a big trip to the capital of the United States, Washington, DC. Are you coming?
In Washington, DC, there are many interesting places to visit, but the most remarkable of all is the White House, the official residence of the President of the United States. It’s a national emblem.
And when it’s time to rest, don’t forget to reserve a room at one of the Washington, DC, hotels you’ll find as you discover the countless monuments. Here are just a few: the Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial, the Lincoln Memorial and the Franklin Delano Roosevelt Memorial.
You also won’t want to miss the Washington Memorial, a gigantic 170-metre-high obelisk you can climb to enjoy the best panorama of the city. Which one do you want to visit first?
And last, but not least, pay a visit to the US Capitol building, headquarters of the United States Congress, with its huge dome that will leave you with your mouth wide open.