Washington DC

Washington DC

With its inspiring sites, famous hotels and innovative restaurants, Washington DC draws millions of visitors from all over the world each year for a taste of the American experience.

Visitors to Washington, DC enjoy access to some of the most famous and most interesting attractions in the world, most of which are free of charge. The fourteen museums that make up the Smithsonian Institution allow visitors to sample history, science and art. Away from the National Mall, Washington, DC is also home to a number of art galleries, small museums, historic homes and private gardens. Thanks to the safe, efficient Metrorail system, Washington, DC's attractions are easily accessible from all points in the city.

This year, Washington, DC will welcome the International Spy Museum to downtown and several new hotel properties to its inventory. Hip new boutique hotels, such as the Hotel Rouge and Topaz Hotel, will be joined by the chic Hotel Monaco, the high-fashion Hotel Helix and the Hotel Madera and the luxurious new Sofitel.

The arrival of several new eateries has also made the Nation's Capital a prime destination for dining out. Washington's restaurants reflect the rich ethnic texture of the city, also noting the influence of the Atlantic coast with seafood dishes and fresh fish. Traditional Washington also shines through in thick, juicy steak dinners.

Meeting planners and delegates will enjoy an added thrill in 2003, when Washington, DC celebrates the opening of its new 2.3 million square-foot Convention Center. The new center will reflect the latest technology and top amenities in a beautiful new landmark meeting space.

Packed with more famous sights and free attractions than any other place on earth, Washington, DC stands proudly as your Nation's Capital, your American experience. Come visit. And be inspired.

We have packages for Washington DC Mount Vernon tours, Washington DC monument site seeing as well as other site seeing.

550 C St. SW
This 529-room hotel is an ideal location in Washington D.C. Close to most popular attractions, including the Smithsonian Museums, the U.S. Capitol Building, the National Holocaust Memorial Museum, and more. Dine at Smithsonís Restaurant or the Shuttle Express Deli. Unwind at night in the Launch Zone Lobby Bar. Pool, exercise room.
1221 22nd Street NW
Located in the West End business district and near the nationís top attractions. This Georgetown hotel features 470 guest rooms near George Washington University (GWU), the Kennedy Center and much more. Enjoy a casual dining experience at The Atrium or a pre-game cocktail in the Court Lounge. Minutes from Dupont Circle, area businesses and two of the cityís Metro stations, guests can have a residential experience with immediate access to the bustle of the Nationís capital.
1001 14th Street
A historic, boutique-style hotel with every modern amenity a business or leisure traveler needs, including complimentary Wi-Fi, easy access to power and seamless service. Near the White House, Washington Monument, United States Capitol and many more attractions. Walk to the Smithsonian museums or take the Metro to the National Zoo, Nationals Park or RFK Stadium óone block from McPherson Square station. Relax with a spa-inspired shower and the Crowne Plaza Sleep Advantageģ programís seven layers of luxurious, plush bedding. Enjoy the aromatherapy kit and a room on the Quiet Zone floor to be energized and ready for the day ahead. In all rooms, a Keurig coffee machine will help with any last drop of energy needed. Dine at the 14K Restaurant & Lounge. On-site fitness center.