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Hotels in Washington D.C.

Hotels in Washington D.C.

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Currency & Cost

The currency used in Washington DC is the dollar.

£10 = 2 beers or 1 cocktail in bar.

Languages

The most commonly spoken language is English

Local Time

5 hours behind the UK Time

Frequently Asked Questions

The peak times for both crowds and temperatures in Washington D.C. runs from June to August, so this is when you’ll be able to experience the city in full swing, and even pick up a bit of a tan. For a more laid-back vibe and cooler temperatures, visit in the spring or the autumn. And to see the city come alive during the seasonal festivities head over during the winter months, when you can duck into cafés to warm up between seeing the sights.
There are some great family hotels near the National Mall. America’s most visited park, it’s steeped in history. Home to the Washington Monument and Lincoln Memorial, there are also lots of museums and galleries in the park, as well as green areas in which to picnic.Couples might want to head for a hotel in Georgetown, where you can take a stroll along the cobbled streets and pick up a souvenir at one of the boutique shops. There are some great vegetarian eateries in this district, and picturesque gardens where you can relax.To be at the heart of US politics, look for hotels in Capitol Hill. This is where you’ll find the United States Capitol, Supreme Court and Library of Congress. It’s also the location of the Eastern Market, one of Washington DC’s oldest and busiest markets. As well as farm-fresh produce, it hosts live music and sells handmade crafts.For some of the best culture Washington DC has to offer, book a hotel in Dupont Circle. The Philips Collection here is a must for art fans, featuring a room of Mark Rothko works. This district is also popular with the LGBTQ+ community, with plenty of buzzing bars and chic restaurants.For the best Washington DC nightlife, choose a hotel in Adams Morgan. Whether you’re looking for a lively boozer or a classy cocktail bar, you’ll find what you’re after. It’s also great for eateries, with some fancy gourmet restaurants in the area.

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