Make yourself at home in our great value Washington, D.C. hotels and experience the best of a hospitable city bursting with history. From exploring the exhibits at the Smithsonian Institute to shopping at the quaint Eastern Market, there's something for everyone in the Capital City.
You'll discover that Washington, D.C. is easy to get around, by the Metro, taxi or on foot. It's also full of unique attractions you'll want to visit again and again. If you're with the kids, expect to spend weekend mornings learning about the animals at the beautiful National Zoo at Rock Creek Park. The cultural Glen Echo Park and the exciting Discovery Theater in the Ripley Center are a short Metro ride from our Washington, D.C. hotels. Take a stroll along the famous Reflecting Pool to the steps of the nearby Lincoln Memorial or admire the view of Capital City from atop the legendary Washington Monument.
Join Washingtonians for weekend antique shopping at the quirky Eastern Market and again for dinner and cocktails in the trendy Adams-Morgan area. There's a diverse selection of restaurants, bars and nightlife within minutes of your Washington, D.C. hotel. Take time out to mix and mingle with the locals in the city's most famous neighborhoods – from the historic university neighborhood of Georgetown, to the lively U Street Corridor. And feel free to entertain friends in the comfort of your own suite.
You'll feel like part of the family at our hotels in Washington, D.C., whether you're here to do business Downtown or simply on an extended vacation, seeing the dinosaurs at the National History Museum and the celebrated monuments at National Mall through your children's eyes.
Choose Staybridge Suites® in the welcoming Capital City and feel part of the Washington, D.C. community.
When choosing Dulles Airport hotels, remember our spacious suites are all non-smoking and feature all the amenities you need for a carefree trip, including free Wi-Fi access and a fully-equipped kitchen with a dishwasher
Upscale all-suite hotel (minority-owned small business). Rates include an extensive hot breakfast buffet each morning, Manager's Reception Tuesdays thru Thursdays, parking, Dulles Airport and Corporate Area Shuttle, HSIA (wired and wireless) in every suite, free guest laundry, and award-winning service. We feature residential-style suites with full kitchens.
Proximity to Dulles Airport and our hotel's suites are an unbeatable combination. Fast & free Wi-Fi access, a well-equipped kitchen and spacious suites create the perfect home away from home for you. Plus, Our hotel is 100% smoke free.
Freshly equipped kitchens, free Wi-Fi, and complimentary on-site laundry access. Top convenience and accessibility selection by government & business travelers on extended travel. Join our loyal guests and get comfortable on your next trip.
Ideal for extended business trips, family vacations and temporary housing, this hotel's suites near Arundel Mills Mall provide travelers to Maryland with unbeatable amenities, including a fully equipped kitchen.
The room was clean. The staff was friendly. We had breakfast and dinner at the hotel. The food was good and the staff was friendly. The tour bus picked us up at the hotel so we didn't had to get a[More]
cab. I would stay at this Holiday Inn location again. [Less]
Located near the mall so you can see the monuments, tour museums and stroll back to your room to rest or visit the Round Robin and savor a refreshment. Truly treated like ROYALTY. Fantastic views and[More]
supreme service/attention to customer (treated more like true GUEST service). Outstanding experience in every way. Kristen Garrett, Guest Relations Manager, took the time to personally inquire as to our experience soon after check-in and during our stay. We could not have written a scenario of a better stay. Expectations are high when you stay at a "top rated" establishment so the slightest issue can be disappointing and we were satisfied beyond our high expectations. A friend who had recently stayed elsewhere in D.C., commented that he had seen the Willard and commented that we had gone "FIRST CLASS". I told him that until you actually stay at the Willard you can't really appreciate the FIRST CLASS experience of staying in D.C. [Less]