Frequently Asked Questions

Washington D.C. Hotel Guide

Washington DC is the capital of the United States and formally known as the District of Columbia. Most of the U.S. federal government agencies and national embassies in the United States are located here. It is also home to the headquarters of international organizations such as the World Bank and the International Monetary Fund.

As the capital, Washington DC is also the political center of the United States. Here, everything that happens becomes breaking national news. Washington DC is the place where politicians make laws and exercise their powers. It’s also the place where the parties compete against each other. The White House, Congress, the Pentagon, and the Supreme Court all are all located here and the news that comes out of these places has the potential to create a major impact on the world. These political buildings can be visited by travelers who are interested in getting a closer look. The main areas visited by travelers include the White House, the Lincoln Memorial and the attractions near them. There are also many free museums in Washington DC to visit as well.

Spring is the best season to travel to Washington DC. The cherry blossoms that bloom near the Tidal Basin and the Washington Monument enhance the city’s picturesque quality. While the flowers are blooming, many tourists and locals alike like to have picnics outside under them. The weather in the fall is pleasant and suitable for travel as well. Summers are quite hot and blizzards can hit in the winter.

Hotels in Washington DC’s southwest and northwest districts are generally expensive, though there are few motel chains as well. Since many conventions are held in the city, hotel prices are known to rise while they’re underway. For this reason, it’s a good idea to book hotels in Washington DC in advance.

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