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The capital of the United States is unlike any other city in the States, and home to more than just the seat of government and home of the president. It’s also home to some of the most impressive monuments in the nation, telling the history of the country and its people through unforgettable structures that accent the city. Washington D.C. is served by three major international airports, all of which are located within easy reach of the city center so arriving to a specific airport isn’t a major factor in deciding which DC hotels to choose.

Accommodation in Washington D.C. includes most well-known international franchises. With so many high-ranking government officials and foreign dignitaries passing through, it’s no surprise that luxurious five-star accommodations are dotted all around the city. That aside, Washington D.C. welcomes more tourists than heads of state, so even more mid-range hotels and a few budget hotels are just as easy to find.

While the National Mall is where all the monuments and legendary landmarks of DC are located, neighborhoods like Dupont Circle and Shaw are where locals go for culture and excitement. To get the right feel for this city, make sure to give enough time to explore monuments like the Lincoln Memorial and see the most famous executive residence in the world by at least walking around the area surrounding the White House. But a visit to DC would not be complete without seeing everything it offers, including the surrounding suburbs, which are home to some of the most diverse and interesting neighborhoods in the country.

This quintessentially American city is actually a diverse melting pot of all the different people and cultures that make up the United States, and there’s a lot more to DC than just sold buildings and politicians. For more information on hotels and landmarks in the different areas of Washington D.C, take a look at the interactive map on this page and start planning the perfect vacation in this iconic city.