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It's easy to find a hotel that suits your personality and your budget. Start your search here on our website. We work with our hotel partners to ensure that we offer the best available rates.

It's important to remember that Washington, DC, hotel rates are seasonal and are often higher when major events and conventions are taking place. You'll generally find the lowest hotel rates on the weekends and during late summer and winter.

When selecting a place to stay, it's helpful to remember that Washington, DC, is a very compact city, with most of the hotels and attractions concentrated in the Northwest section. Most of the hotels on our website are located within a few minutes' walk of a Metro station, which is an easy, safe way to navigate the city.

If you want to stay near the National Mall, the Walter E. Washington Convention Center or the Verizon Center, look for a hotel in the Downtown/Penn Quarter/Chinatown neighborhood, where you'll also find many of the city's trendy restaurants.

Dupont Circle is known for its galleries, cafes and concentration of embassies, while just a cab ride away is Adams Morgan, which is synonymous with ethnic restaurants and nightlife.

Historic Georgetown is the city's most recognizable shopping district and another great dining destination. Capitol Hill is near Union Station, the Library of Congress, the National Mall and, of course, the U.S. Capitol. Hotels located in the Southwest Waterfront are also near the National Mall and the waterfront.

Visitors may find lower hotel rates in the Maryland and Virginia suburbs. We would encourage you to select a hotel that is located near a Metro station or to select a hotel that offers shuttle service to the Metro station. If you do elect to stay in the suburbs, please remember that you'll be sharing the roads and the Metro with commuters.

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