|Most expensive month:||June|
|Average price in Washington:||$157/night|
|Absolute cheapest price found:||$16/night|
|Most expensive day:||Friday|
$41 - $159
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Washington is home to many highly-rated hotels, one of which is Motif Seattle, a Destination by Hyatt Hotel, which has a current rating of 8.7. For other potential stays, consider The Edgewater - A Noble House Hotel and Best Western Lighthouse Suites Inn, which can also be great places to stay in Washington.
Nicknamed America's Main Street, Pennsylvania Avenue is an iconic and historic road that links the White House and the Capitol Building. You'll love this street if you like politics (you might witness a parade or protest). If you're in town for leisure, you can have fun at the free Smithsonian museums in the National Mall or tour the President's Park. A couple of cheap hotels in Washington DC sit on this popular street, allowing you to experience the fusion of politics and fun that DC offers. Melrose Georgetown Hotel and Hotel Lombardy will place you a few steps away from the White House. Both accommodations feature a business and conference center, ideal for business people, a wake-up service, concierge service, and a restaurant on-site.
Yes. You'll find kid friendly hotels in Washington DC near family-friendly neighborhoods and fun attractions. Cleveland Park is among the city's family friendly locations, and it houses the Smithsonian's National Zoo & Conservation Biology Institute, where your little ones can get close to wildlife. The Kalorama Guest House on Cathedral Avenue Northwest, where you can enjoy complimentary breakfast, is a short walkable distance from the zoo. Another nearby hotel is Woodley Park Guest House on Woodley Road Northwest, where you can also enjoy a free breakfast. Georgetown is another neighborhood that's family friendly in Washington DC. At Key Bridge Boathouse, you can rent a canoe or a kayak and take the kids on an adventure down the Potomac River. Washington DC hotels near here include The Georgetown House on 31st Street Northwest, The Graham Georgetown on Thomas Jefferson Street, and The Ritz-Carlton Washington DC on 22nd Street Northwest. With a stay at these hotels, you'll get resources like room service, daily housekeeping, bathtubs, and air conditioning.
When searching for tranquil hotels in Washington DC, your best bet is to consider locations with low foot traffic, those with most residential families, and places with a low or no active nightlife. The Forest Hills area is among the quiet neighborhoods in Washington DC. One hotel in the vicinity is Days Inn by Wyndham Washington DC/Connecticut Avenue on Connecticut Avenue Northwest. The hotel is barely a block away from the metro station, so you'll find traveling by subway a seamless way to experience DC. It features an Italian (Tesoro) restaurant on-site, a non-smoking policy, room service, a bathtub, and daily housekeeping. Business travelers will appreciate the conference room, fax/photocopying machines, meeting facilities, and business center in addition to the peaceful environment. Another quiet neighborhood where you can find quiet hotel stays is Woodley Park. The area is home to Omni Shoreham Hotel on Calvert Street Northwest, whose amenities include an outdoor pool, hot tub, pool bar, a spa, and air-conditioned rooms. People with disabilities will find the units wheelchair accessible.
Washington DC has a robust food scene where you'll find local and international delicacies. Some neighborhoods full of fine dining establishments include the H Street Corridor, downtown, Penn Quarter, and Georgetown. If you happen to be along the H Street Corridor, head to the Asian restaurant Maketto and sample delicacies like noodles, rice bowls, bao, and crispy dumplings. In downtown, you can tour France at Le Diplomate on 14th Street and sample French dishes like steak frites or the duck, potato, egg dish brunch on Wednesdays. The Penn Quarter neighborhood is a must-visit if you love to drink. Barmini on 9th Street will blow your mind with the variety of cocktails that the bartenders prepare before your eyes, while the Denson Liquor Bar on F Street Northwest serves classic cocktails in secluded leather booths. Before you go out for a drink, head over to the Indian restaurant Rasika on D Street Northwest and eat spicy foods, sour fruits, or vegetarian meals. Close to the Georgetown waterfront is Chez Billy Sud, a French restaurant that serves dishes like duck confit and mussels, along with wine.