This is Washington D.C. We're going to show you the best time to visit, where you should stay, what you should do and some local tips to make sure you make the most of your time in Washington D.C.
Hotel Price Comparison
Average price range $185 - $330
Seeking opulence and impeccable service? The Jefferson is trivago's top-pick for luxury lodging in Washington D.C., ensuring your stay is equal parts glamorous and relaxing.
Cambria Suites Washington D.C. Convention Center
Looking for a budget-friendly stay? The Cambria Suites Washington D.C. Convention Center is trivago's top pick for accommodation that won't break the bank in Washington D.C., leaving you with more to spend enjoying the city.
Thanks to a surge of young professionals calling the city center home as well as some exciting and innovative new chefs, Washington, DC is finally one of the great food centers of the U.S.Read more
Eat in the heart of the historic Capitol Hill neighborhood at D.C.’s original art & culinary Eastern Market.
Monuments Bike Tour
See D.C.’s most important memorials in one day with a Monuments Bike Tour.
The White House
Contact your member of congress or local embassy & enjoy a self-guided tour of the White House.
“Late March is the best time to visit Washington D.C. The cherry blossoms are spectacular! Get up early and see them with the sunrise to avoid the crowds. You’ll get great photos too!”