Hotel guests in Washington, DC can stroll the National Mall and see history come to life through the places that have defined the United States for more than two centuries. Whether touring the Washington Monument, Jefferson Memorial, one of the Mall’s war memorials or gazing across the reflecting pool at the Lincoln Memorial where Dr. Martin Luther King’s “I Have a Dream” speech crystallized the concept of human equality and dignity for all, guests staying in Washington accommodations know that they are a part of a city that is almost surreal in its significance of “We the People.”
Travelers on a budget will find that admission to many of Washington’s world-famous attractions is free, including most of the Smithsonian Institution’s 19 museums and the National Zoological Park.
Take the time to visit DuPont Circle or Adam’s Morgan, two of the city’s most eclectic areas teeming with the very finest dining and shopping options. Or take in a show at the Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts, situated along the Potomac. And with the Metro rail system being one of the cleanest and most reliable in the world, any of the District’s famed sights are just a few Metro stops away from your Washington hotel.