Washington D.C. Hotels

Washington D.C. Hotels

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Capitol Skyline Hotel

Washington DC, DC 4 stars
The newly renovated Capitol Skyline Hotel is a boutique style hotel located very conveniently to all major attractions. We are located only 5 blocks from the Capital and Library of Congress, 3 blocks from the Nationals baseball stadium and less than...
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Phoenix Park Hotel

Washington DC, DC 4.5 stars
The historic Phoenix Park, a premier option for downtown Washington DC hotels and just steps from Union Station, the offices of the U.S. Congress, and close to the city's most notable attractions, is the perfect choice for business or leisure travele...
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Capitol Hill Hotel

Washington DC, DC 4.5 stars
A Stylish Hotel on the Hill: This boutique property is located in the heart of DC’s Historic Capitol Hill district. It is the closest hotel to the Capitol building and the only hotel “on the Hill.” Our hotel is one block to the metro, within walking...
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The Embassy Row Hotel

Washington DC, DC 4 stars
Experience the cool side of D.C. The Embassy Row Hotel offers enlightened travelers an opportunity to immerse themselves in D.C.'S diverse culture. The only lifestyle hotel in D.C. Features boutique rooms and public space that embody the heart of sou...
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Embassy Suites by Hilton Chevy Chase Pavilion

Washington DC, DC 4.5 stars
The Embassy Suites at the Chevy Chase Pavilion offers our award-winning hospitality and exceptional value. Located in the upscale Friendship Heights district in Washington DC, directly atop the Metro Red Line at the Friendship Heights Station, the Em...
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Embassy Suites by Hilton Washington D.C. Georgetown

Washington DC, DC 4.5 stars
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Tourist Attractions in the Nation's Capital

If you’re itching to see the monuments and historic sites in the U.S. capital, plan to spend a couple days wandering by foot around the National Mall, from the Lincoln Memorial to the Washington Monument. There is no better location for historic perspectives on the birth of the United States.

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 out-of-this-world 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.

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! 

The list of iconic Washington landmarks is extensive. 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 a huge reflecting pool from the Washington Monument. The view from the steep marble steps is worth the climb.

In the center of the Lincoln Memorial is a huge, lifelike sculpture of Lincoln sitting in a chair. If you can visit in late March, plan to walk from the mall to the Thomas Jefferson memorial amid the pink blooms of the cherry trees. It's a sight you won't soon forget.

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