Where is the best area to stay in Washington DC?
The National Mall is the national downtown park in Washington DC that hosts the main tourist attractions in Washington DC.
To the North of the National Mall there is the White House and then the extensive Washingnton DC Downtown, without any doubt the best place to stay in Washington DC.
Best hotels on Washington center
On the map, that shows the best area to stay in Washington DC, are located a selection of the best hotels at the discretion of Tripadvisor users. Passing the cursor over the icons, you see the exact address of the hotel and the link in order to book the hotel (BEST PRICE GUARANTEED). So, Best Location Hotels, offers a selection of the best rated hotels, located in the best place to stay in Washington DC, and also facilitates the link to the hotels, for information and reservation.
"We've stayed all over DC, and our favorite is Dupont Circle. It's a lovely residential neighborhood with great choice of restaurants, plenty of shops, etc, easy access to sites (nice long walks, or easy access to public transportation).. We love Alexandria, but when we visit a city (any city) as tourists, we always prefer to stay in the city itself."
"The old downtown. This is close to everything, The White House, the Penn Quarter entertainment district, the Capitol, the Mall, and reasonably close to busses that go out to Georgetown and the like."
"Dupont Circle and the Penn Quarter are areas that have a lot of action at night in DC and have good Metro access. Those areas would involve a very fast commute."
"The best area is the whole rectangular area between Constitution Ave and K St. and 23rd St. to 395. This has you near the White House/Mall/Museum area, there's alot of good restaurants in that area and its also the business downtown area, alot of federal buildings, its a safer area of DC and near many metro stops."
The Jefferson Washington DC: "The Jefferson is definitely the place to stay to enjoy DC in every way possible. The location is central and within walking distance to most attractions: White House, museums, monuments, Capitol, and it's only a block to the Metro (Red Line)."
The St. Regis W DC: "Only two blocks away from the White House, the St. Regis is in one of the prime areas of DC. We can absolutely recommend the St. Regis for a terrific and memorable stay in Washington."
Park Hyatt Washington: "We love our stay in Park Hyatt in DC. The hotel is conveniently located between Georgetown and DuPont Circle. You can walk to a lot of shops and restaurants nearby and it only talks 15 mins to National Mall as well."
Palomar Washington DC: "The hotel is located only a few blocks away from Dupont Circle and the metro with many restaurants, cafes and stores located in close proximity to the hotel. The White House and the Mall are also within walking distance. If you are going to Washington DC do not look any further than this hotel - you will not be disappointed."
The Hay-Adams: "We had a white house view suite that was huge and well appointed. The hotel is located directly across Lafayette Park from the White House. Pay a little extra and secure either a view of the Park or the White House."
Sofitel W DC: "This hotel is right in the center of the city, one block away from the White House. All the sites are within walking distance....even if the weather is unbearably hot, as it was during our stay in Washington DC. The staff were incredibly friendly and efficient. They even called ahead to our next hotel asking if it would be possible to upgrade us."
Hotel George: "The place is ideally located - a short walk to Union Station and to Capitol Hill. As for the physical plant - it's stylish and bright... the lobby is small but comfortable. The room was well lit, comfortable, quiet, and spotless clean. I travel frequently for work - this is the sort of place I would want to arrive at every single time. After a stay, you'll agree."
Willard Intercontinental Washington: "This hotel is unbelievably beautiful and in one of the most ideal locations in DC. The Smithsonian’s, White House, and some of the best restaurants are only a short walk from the Willard which allows you the chance to enjoy the cityscape that much more. All in all, it was a very pleasant stay."
The Fairmont Washington DC: "In a word, great place to stay. We LOVED everything about this hotel - impeccable service, terrific rooms, excellent location (in Georgetown), and the ample street parking."
Hotel Monaco: "We love the Kimpton hotels. Everytme we stay we think it is our best visit yet. This was certainly true of our last stay at Hotel Monaco. The quality, service and location are the best."
The Westin Georgetown: "The Georgetown Westin did not only provide us a great location by being equidistance to Georgetown, Dupont Circle, Foggy Bottom and all the great landmarks, but had a nice pool for the ultimate reprieve from the heat. Would love to stay here again on any future visit to DC."
Carlyle Suites Hotel: "This hotel was the nicest my family and I have ever had the pleasure to stay in. The staff was amazing, very friendly and helpful. You will have to walk or ride the Metro to most of the places, but we did walk to the DuPont Circle stores and also we walked to the National Zoo which took about 25 minutes one way. Great place to stay, prices very affordable and a great place for my husband, my daughter, my niece and I to stay when we went to DC."
Topaz: "Everything about my stay was great, the hotel was beautiful and kept well. The location is terrific - an easy walk to several metro stations and very close to Dupont Circle, with its great restaurants, shops, and night life."
Embassy Suites Washington: "Nice hotel in a nice area, closed to metro and the main attraction - walking ditance 20 min to the white hosue. Great place for a family vacation! Budget friendly without giving up any luxury!"
Helix: "This was our second stay at the Helix in Washington, DC. With each stay we found the staff to be welcoming and helpful, the room uniquely decorated and clean, and given its downtown location very quiet. The Helix has become our affordable place for staying in DC."
Rouge: "The ROUGE is the place to stay while visiting Washington DC! I love that you can walk to the White House in 10 minutes easy. DuPont Circle is also very close and we had several great meals there during our stay."
Madera: "This is my favorite hotel in DC. The rooms are large and welcoming, the rest of the hotel is compact - so you can come and go quickly. The location is great - near business and tourist destinations, but in a residential area. Above all, the staff is great. They are very good at what they do and they make you feel like a welcome guest."Nuevo Texto