Pondering where to stay in Washington D.C.? You have a host of equally great regions to pick from.
If you’re keen to be in the thick of the action, Capitol Hill, Dupont Circle and Penn Quarter are classed as some of the best areas to stay in Washington D.C. due to their close proximity to all the major tourism precincts.
Georgetown is home to historic options and high-end boutique hotels, while more budget-friendly lodgings can be found farther afield. Thanks to the public transport system being so efficient, most city precincts still feel close to the history and excitement.
World-renowned hotels sit comfortably beside boutique accommodation and bed and breakfasts in this historic area of Washington D.C. Georgetown offers a unique ambience and charm with great eats, amazing shopping, and simply astounding real estate. The former tobacco port is located on the Chesapeake and Ohio Canal and is one of the earliest settled areas of the greater D.C. region.
From serviced flats to five-star hotels and full-scale luxury suites, Capitol Hill places you close to the action and within walking distance of the major monuments and museums. The National Mall is just a hop, skip or metro ride away, and you’re sure to be comfortably accommodated within the very heart of American democracy.
Dupont Circle is close to all the action, with accommodation to suite every taste and budget. Some of the biggest names in the hotel sector are within the region. Pick from boutique hotels, or five-star accommodation. Best of all, the major tourism destinations like the National Mall are easily accessible.
Close to all of D.C.’s tourism action but with a distinctly multicultural flavour all of its own, Adams Morgan boasts vibrant bars, exciting eateries, and enticing stores. Accommodation-wise, Adams Morgan also offers a lesser hit to the hip pocket than precincts closer to town, but it’s still within easy reach of all the major sights of D.C.
Foggy Bottom adjoins Georgetown and the Potomac River, offering easy access to both this historic region and the sights of D.C. What’s more, the region is jam-packed with accommodation options so you can find lodgings to suit your budget. Stay in world-renowned hotel chains, or book some time in a more homely bed and breakfast or a boutique hotel.
As an arts and entertainment district with historic roots, Penn Quarter offers a mix of nightlife, city proximity, and a vast array of restaurants. The region is also home to a variety of upmarket accommodation options, without the high-end price tag. Some facilities are grand, others historic, but in either case there’s a large range to choose from and any will place you just outside the heart of D.C.
Midtown is situated to the northwest of the National Mall between Foggy Bottom and Capitol Hill. Get excellent access to all the sights and sounds of Washington D.C., including the White House. Accommodation here varies from big-name hotels to apartments, with some boutique options on the side. The price tag also varies accordingly.