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Washington D.C. Hotel Insider
America’s capital city has so much to offer. Washington, D.C., is a historically rich destination filled with museums, monuments, and eye-catching sights that will keep your camera snapping for days. The beauty of D.C. is that many of the attractions are free, so ... read more
visiting doesn’t have to break the bank, and its numerous hotels can accommodate every kind of trip and traveller.

Washington, D.C., Hotels
Exploring any city is best when you have a cozy base to return to, and D.C. has many options that offer great hospitality. Near Washington D.C.’s major attractions you can find clean rooms, nice pools and fitness centers, complimentary breakfast, and great service. Some excellent choices include the Hilton Garden Inn in the Penn Quarter, the Normandy Hotel in the Adams-Morgan area of the city, and the Quincy Hotel in Midtown. A popular family destination, D.C. has several hotels that make it a special experience for the younger travellers. The Embassy Suites, not far from Georgetown, has a huge pool and a game room, as well as more spacious suites for families to spread out in. Another great choice is Kimpton’s Hotel Monaco, which is unique in that it not only offers gift bags for the kids upon check-in, but a pet goldfish to care for during their stay.

Things to do in Washington, D.C.
One of Washington DC’s most popular destinations is the Smithsonian Institution complex, which consists of 18 museums and other cool attractions like the National Zoo. Popular spots include the Air and Space Museum, the American Art Museum, and the American History Museum. Wherever your interests take you, there are numerous hotels that offer easy access to the Smithsonian, including L’Enfant Plaza Hotel, the Courtyard Marriott, the Madison Hotel, and the JW Marriott. After you’ve enjoyed the historic side of D.C., switch it up and explore the trendy side of town. Georgetown is filled with boutique shops and unique eateries, and the Four Seasons and the Ritz Carlton Georgetown are just a few of the posh hotels in the area. Other options include the Georgetown Inn, the Georgetown Hill Inn, and the Graham Georgetown. If you don’t mind being a little further outside of Washington, D.C., you can grab a hotel in Arlington, Virginia, and other surrounding areas. These areas feature all the familiar mainstays, such as Holiday Inn, Hampton Inn, Residence Inn, Clarion, Courtyard by Marriott, and Sheraton. Iconic monuments and rich museums make Washington, D.C., a must-see, and the amazing variety of hotels will surely meet your needs.

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  • 1
    W Washington DC

    W Washington DC

    Hotel Class:
    4.5
    17 reviews

    This hotel is fabulous and fabulously located. Head straight to the bar on the top floor for a great drink and view of DC.

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  • 2
    Omni Shoreham Hotel

    Omni Shoreham Hotel

    Hotel Class:
    4.5
    8 reviews

    This hotel is cavernous; it's easy to get lost. If you are rushing off to a convention or a fundraiser there, you might miss the glory of the place. The lobby is beautiful, and spectacular. There are banners remembering the many events and personalities that have come to the Shoreham -- from a Rudy Vallee performance to the Beatles to ...

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  • 3
    The Liaison Capitol Hill, An Affinia Hotel

    The Liaison Capitol Hill, An Affinia Hotel

    Hotel Class:
    4.5
    8 reviews

    Excellent service, beatiful rooms and great location.

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  • 4
    Mandarin Oriental, Washington D.C.

    Mandarin Oriental, Washington D.C.

    Hotel Class:
    4.5
    8 reviews

    True gentility is graciousness untainted by even the slightest hint of snobbery or condescension. Case in point: we arrived at the Mandarin Oriental Washington DC – our ‘95 Honda with its dented front fender and back doors that don’t open—put-puttering up to the cathedral-like entry way where a Rolls Royce limousine already idled. Even before we had the chance to ...

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  • 5
    Tabard Inn

    Tabard Inn

    4.5
    7 reviews

    I love this place for brunch only!!!! Their regular breakfast is so so. Nothing to write home about. Their brunch however, is out of this world awesome!!! Anything on ye menu is a delight! You must try their donuts and oyster! Their bloodymary is a must have as well!! Cannot wait to go back!

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  • 6
    Willard InterContinental Washington

    Willard InterContinental Washington

    Hotel Class:
    5
    6 reviews

    This is, perhaps, the most storied hotel in Washington. It's only a block or two from the White House. Every U.S. President since the 1850's has been a guest or visitor there. The lobby is just beautiful. You almost feel as though you are carried back in time. When I was there, afternoon tea was being served. It felt quite ...

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  • 7
    Hotel Helix - a Kimpton Hotel

    Hotel Helix - a Kimpton Hotel

    Hotel Class:
    4.5
    7 reviews

    Been here twice. First time is when they originally opened...was the hot place for creatives to go at the time. Went again after Kimpton bought it. Was still good...just not as great as I remembered it. Although the neighborhood has vastly improved. Would stay again.

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  • 8
    The Jefferson, Washington DC

    The Jefferson, Washington DC

    Hotel Class:
    5
    5 reviews

    I wish I could give 99 stars to this place. Amazing restaurants, fantastic little rooms and cubbies to sit and work during the day, beautiful guest rooms (no room is the same as another) with scrumptious duvets and crisp sheets. There was a TV in the bathroom mirror....you know, since I need to check my stock prices while I'm brushing ...

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  • 9
    Hotel Palomar Washington DC - a Kimpton Hotel

    Hotel Palomar Washington DC - a Kimpton Hotel

    Hotel Class:
    4
    7 reviews

    I regularly stay at the Palomar as it's close to our DC offices - it's convenient and comfortable (home away from home as I've told the staff there on a number of occasions). The hotel could use some updating in certain places and believe there are some renovations underway. Urbana is a lively place, good drinks, great bar food, and ...

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  • 10
    The Ritz-Carlton, Washington DC

    The Ritz-Carlton, Washington DC

    Hotel Class:
    4
    6 reviews

    This is a nice hotel, obviously being a Ritz Carlton, but the rooms are ok. I suppose you could walk around to places, but it seems kind of far to walk. Depending on what you are looking for I may try another hotel that is closer to the landmarks.

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  • 11
    Hilton Washington

    Hilton Washington

    Hotel Class:
    3.5
    9 reviews

    I've stayed at this Hilton twice (always hoping to catch a glimpse of Paris (the bimbo, not the city), but no such luck. The first time was before they did a massive restoration, which made it not at all worth the money --- but the second time, holy bejezus! The place sparkles like few hotels I've stayed in. It ain't ...

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  • 12
    Marriott Residence Inn

    Marriott Residence Inn

    Hotel Class:
    4
    5 reviews

    Talk about comfort with plenty of room to move around. The Residence Inn downtown is a great place to make a long stay (or a short one, though it may be more space than anyone needs for just a weekend). I felt like I was in an apartment rather than a hotel room, with a great kitchen area and spacious ...

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  • 13
    Crowne Plaza Hotel The Hamilton-Washington DC

    Crowne Plaza Hotel The Hamilton-Washington DC

    Hotel Class:
    4
    5 reviews

    So - I can't talk about the rate - since I cashed in some points to get a discount...But - I have to say, I was pleasantly surprised. When I booked the hotel for me and my friends, it only had the option of a King or 2 full size beds, so I was expecting the room to be on ...

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  • 14
    The Normandy Hotel

    The Normandy Hotel

    Hotel Class:
    4
    5 reviews

    This is one stately little place. A quiet and well adorned lobby welcomed me when I arrived and the staff was quick to assist me. I'll say off the bat that I thought the lack of a fitness room would really bother me, but I was wrong. The Normandy offers every reason to just stay in the room and relax. ...

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  • 15
    Four Seasons

    Four Seasons

    Hotel Class:
    5
    4 reviews

    Great place for "power breakfast." One of the best spa's in Georgetown. The hotel bar attracts lots of fun folks after 5 pm and late night.

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  • 16
    Hyatt Regency Washington DC

    Hyatt Regency Washington DC

    Hotel Class:
    4.5
    4 reviews

    There are a lot of folks with name tags and ear pieces in this neighborhood, because you can't get much closer to the U.S. Capitol. The hotel is a lobbyist mecca, with lots of political chatter. When I was there, the shoe shine stand was staying open late to accommodate visitors heading to the President's State of the Union address! ...

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  • 17
    The Hay-Adams

    The Hay-Adams

    Hotel Class:
    4.5
    4 reviews

    Literally, across the street from the White House, the Hay-Adams permeates old style luxury without the snobbishness that sometimes attaches to it. Dog friendly, if you can afford it, it's a fine place to stay and/or dine.

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  • 18
    Embassy Suites Washington-Convention Center

    Embassy Suites Washington-Convention Center

    Hotel Class:
    4.5
    4 reviews

    The only thing I could think of when I walked in to the lobby for the first time was that it felt like standing at a train station. A giant clock hung overhead to my left and lots of people were bustling through the lobby area and to the restaurant on my right. Not that that's a bad thing, it ...

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  • 19
    The Carlyle Suites

    The Carlyle Suites

    Hotel Class:
    4.5
    4 reviews

    Breakfast in style atop New Hampshire Avenue

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  • 20
    Grand Hyatt Hotel

    Grand Hyatt Hotel

    Hotel Class:
    4.5
    4 reviews

    If you want to stay in a hotel that you never have to leave, this is the place. Restaurants, coffee bars, stores, and atms surround the soaring atrium. Oh, and there's a piano in the water in the lobby. The rooms are fine. I liked the good-sized desk. You don't have to go outside to get to a health club ...

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