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Fairfield Inn & Suites Washington, DC
On New York Avenue, great location
Take an educational trip to the capital of the U.S. with a stay at the affordable Fairfield Inn and Suites on New York Avenue. Government business taking a little longer than you thought? It's fine to stay as long as you like in these spacious long-term suites. You'll be all set with free wi-fi and a free hot breakfast to start your day. Take advantage of a free shuttle to the Metro Station.
Affordable Washington D.C. Hotels for Sightseeing or Business Travel
Our nation's capital is one of the most visited cities in the United States, so we've brought you the best Washington D.C. hotel deals and discounts on hotels near the White House, Capitol or other national monuments. While in D.C. don't miss out on a visit to the Lincoln Memorial, Washington Monument, Supreme Court, Smithsonian Museums and the National Mall. This will be a vacation for the history books.
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Find a centrally located Washington, D.C., hotel if you’re itching to see monuments and historic sites in the U.S. capital. From international business districts to cosmopolitan shops, there’s much for a traveler to see and do in D.C.
With 11 museums on the National Mall alone, Washington, D.C., holds a vast collection of American history. The National Air and Space Museum offers iconic voyage exhibits such as the Apollo 11 Command Module, which was the living quarters for the first men who set foot on the moon. The Newseum is a unique exhibit dedicated to the evolution of the free press and mass communication, and the Smithsonian American Art Museum holds art that dates back to the colonial period. Visit one or visit them all. We’ve noted the best Washington, D.C., hotels to get you up close and personal.
If you’d like to plan a trip that pays homage to America’s heroes, the Vietnam Veterans Memorial, the National World War II Memorial, the Korean War Veterans Memorial, and the District of Columbia War Memorial all remember those who were lost during acts of service. National figures such as Franklin Delano Roosevelt and Martin Luther King Jr. have their own dedicated memorials. Theodore Roosevelt has his own memorial island! Choose a Washington, D.C., hotel that puts you within close proximity, or even walking distance, to these areas.
The list of iconic Washington landmarks is endless. Snap a picture at the White House, home of the U.S. president. Next, take a selfie after your tour of the Lincoln Memorial, built in honor of Honest Abe. It sits across from the Washington Monument. Dunhill Travel Deals features a variety of tours, cruises, and hotel packages that explore historic sites all over the world.
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