Best Places to Stay in Washington, DC – Hotels and Airbnbs
That you prefer Airbnbs filled with art Where multi-storey properties, one thing is for sure: you are spoiled for choice in DC. From the historic facades of Capitol Hill and the U Street corridor to the trendy boutiques that line the cobblestone streets of Georgetown and the Wharf, DC is home to a distinct collection of diverse neighborhoods.
Here are some DC hotels worth checking out on your next trip to the nation’s capital:
A historic Victorian townhouse in Shaw
Five minutes walk from the nearest metro station, this two bedrooms with warm decoration, the 2.5-bathroom rental is ideal for travelers looking to be within walking distance of the sights and sounds of DC’s historic Shaw district.
Sleeping up to six people, this carefully curated Victorian-era townhouse is perfect for families or larger getaways. Original bricks, antique furniture and distinctive artwork add to the charm. A luxurious bathtub, located in the full bathroom, is the perfect way to unwind after a busy day exploring the neighborhood.
Located in the heart of Washington’s bustling Dupont Circle district, Lyle DC is all about convenience. It’s an eight-minute walk to the nearest metro station, and if you’re visiting in good weather, the National Mall is a 2-mile walk away.
Housed in a typical 1940s art-deco building, the chic neutral-toned rooms feature stunning burl wood headboards and bespoke rattan furniture. Long-term guests can opt for upgraded rooms, which offer kitchenettes and enviable city views.
Although Dupont Circle is full of restaurants and bars, guests wanting to experience the neighborhood’s eclectic food scene don’t have to stray too far; Lyle’s, the on-site restaurant, offers new seasonal American fare available for breakfast, brunch, and dinner.
Designed with social conscience in mind, Eaton DC offers discerning travelers more than just a comfortable night’s sleep in the neighborhood.
Everything about this progressive downtown DC hotel serves a purpose, including the sustainably sourced minibar options in each of the carefully decorated guestrooms and the property’s carefully curated library, which contains books on innovation, l activism, gender, race, etc.
After a day spent exploring on foot, be sure to book a spa day at Eaton’s Wellness Center. In addition to infrared sauna sessions, several New Age practices are offered, including qigong workshops, herbal sound baths, and moving meditations.
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