The Hottest Hotels For a Spring Getaway in Washington, DC
Spring fever is finally upon us. To celebrate, why not jump in the car, head south on I-95, and hit Washington, DC, for a weekend away? Spend the day exploring the museums, monuments, and boutiques. Then savor the evening at the capital city’s most romantic date-night or top-ranked spots, including some of the country’s best restaurants, music venues, and theaters. Retreat to a hotel room that’s the ideal match for you and your mate, your girlfriends or your family. Washington, DC, has a variety of hotels to suit your personality. And this time of year, many offer packages and discounts in honor of the National Cherry Blossom Festival March 20 to April 12. Experience the city at its springtime peak without emptying your entire vacation budget.
For the go-getters:
Washington, DC, is a powerful city. For those who want to stay in the heart of town, steps from the White House and Capitol, these hotels offer up-close access to one of the most influential places in the world. The Comfort Inn Downtown DC/Convention Center is, as its name suggests, in the middle of it all. It’s one mile from the White House and within walking distance of the Walter E. Washington Convention Center and the Verizon Center. Two Metro stations lie within four blocks. The Beacon Hotel and Corporate Quarters is located in the vibrant Dupont Circle. The hotel has spring specials with discounts for booking early and staying multiple nights.
For spacious accommodations, Georgetown Suites is an all-suites hotel. With the hotel’s location in historic Georgetown, you’ll be in the midst of some of the area’s best shops and boutiques. The spacious suites offer living rooms and full kitchens. The Adam’s Inn bed-and-breakfast makes you feel like a DC local. The inn encompasses three row houses in the Adams Morgan neighborhood; each one is more than 100 years old. The backyard garden is a Certified Wildlife Habitat. Walk along 18th street and explore independently owned shops, live music venues, and hip restaurants and bars. Then return to the inn for a good night’s sleep and breakfast in the morning.
For the luxe life:
Check in at The Melrose Georgetown Hotel located on Pennsylvania Avenue between the White House and Georgetown. Sip a handcrafted cocktail at The Lounge and then enjoy a farm-to-fork meal at the hotel’s Jardenea restaurant. The sleek guest rooms are modern and stylish with artwork that reflects the city’s history. Also located on Pennsylvania Avenue, the InterContinental The Willard Washington D.C. has charmed travelers from all over the world since 1850. The historic, luxury hotel sits two blocks from the White House and the National Mall. The spring package includes breakfast for two to start your day. After exploring, unwind with a drink in the Round Robin Bar and make next-day plans to pamper yourself at the full-service spa.
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