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The pulse of our great nation beats from inside the Beltway. Deals are made, bills are passed, and laws are put on the books. Political power players, government officials, and a supporting cast of characters all play important roles. However, Washington D.C. is more than the sum of our election process. It is home to marble memorials of our Founding Fathers, fascinating museums dedicated to a variety of historical pursuits, and some of the most unique musical and culinary culture found anywhere in the nation. Washington, D.C., vacations allow you to pack in loads of sightseeing, museum visits, delicious dining, and fine arts experiences. Serving as the national capital, it plays host to a variety of nationalities, which has resulted in an impressive mix of eclectic ethnic eateries There's also an impressive number of free museums and attractions, allowing you to save on your entertainment so you can splurge on restaurants and other entertainment options. You don’t have to filibuster to find savings at Travelocity. Just book the Washington, D.C. package deals that offer the best combination of hotel and airfare options into one affordable purchase.

Washington Hotels

Travelocity gives you access to great deals at a huge number of hotels in Washington D.C. You can find affordable accommodations in the Maryland and Virginia suburbs, and opulent options inside the Beltway. Here are some of our more popular hotels in Washington:

  • The Dupont Circle Hotel – While the exterior of the building may appear nondescript—especially compared to the affluent homes in the neighborhood—the interior of the hotel is anything but. A social hub of Washington’s elite, the Dupont Circle is a stylish destination hotel with sleek décor, a street level bar and restaurant with floor-to-ceiling windows that allow you to see and be seen, and Level Nine Membership which adds even more luxury and personalized service to your stay.
  • Omni Shoreham Hotel – Close to the National Zoo—as well as the Woodley Park Metro stop—the Omni Shoreham is as much a D.C. landmark as any of the iconic memorials throughout the city, having played host to world leaders, presidents, and multiple inaugural balls. The classically styled guestrooms are complimented by spa-inspired amenities and one of the Washington’s premier fine-dining restaurants.
  • Embassy Suites by Hilton Washington D.C. - Convention Center – Just a short walk from the White House, the Embassy Suites is in a perfect location for visitors hoping to soak up our nation’s history. And, thanks to its flexible meeting space, conference facilities, and proximity to the convention center, it’s a desirable option for business travelers, as well. No matter if you are here on work or for fun, the complimentary evening reception is a great way to end your day and begin your night on the town.
  • Washington Plaza – Located just south of the Logan Circle historic district, the Plaza offers a touch of sophisticated post-modern style, having been designed in 1962. Guests can enjoy upscale cuisine at the No. Ten Thomas Restaurant, a fireside martini at The International lounge, and a refreshing dip at one of the best outdoor pools in D.C.

Major Attractions

The National Mall is the museum and monument stretch that includes the Smithsonian, the Vietnam Veterans Memorial, Constitution Gardens, and the Lincoln Memorial. After visiting these well-known sites, explore beyond downtown D.C. Make a visit to Georgetown to walk the side streets in the quaint neighborhood before hitting the shops and bars on Wisconsin Avenue and M Street. Walk along Embassy Row to view the stately homes of foreign dignitaries or spend a day at the National Zoo. The White House, National Cathedral, and Library of Congress are other must-see attractions. D.C. has great public transportation, but renting a car allows you to visit non-centralized places like the Arlington National Cemetery, and a cruise along the scenic George Washington Parkway is always worth the time.

Festivals and Events

Book vacation packages in Washington, D.C. around its many festivals to experience the true local culture. Check out the National Cherry Blossom Festival in late March to celebrate the famed tree associated with the lore of our first President. The Fourth of July is another great time for vacations in Washington, D.C., as the city pulls out the stops for the celebration of independence. Patriotic bursts of fireworks can be enjoyed over the National Mall and the daytime parade features groups such as the Yankee Doodle marching band in colonial dress. Around the Fourth of July is also the Smithsonian Folklife Festival, which changes themes annually.

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Tours and Activities in Washington

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Frequently asked questions

How much are vacation packages to Washington?
Travelocity offers flight and hotel packages from just $574. With these kinds of bargains, you’ll be exploring all of Washington before you know it.
How long should my Washington vacation be?
Around 3 nights is the average time frame travelers vacation in Washington. But the ideal trip length depends on how many cherished memories you want to make. Why not allow a few extra days and discover some of the lesser-known spots?
Where can I get the best vacation package deals for Washington?
It’s simple — browse Travelocity. With no less than 400 air carriers and 1,000,000 worldwide properties, it’s a piece of cake to craft a Washington package deal that satisfies your wanderlust.
Why should I purchase my Washington vacation package via Travelocity?
Incredible savings, loads of inspiring destinations and a team of customer service experts available 24/7 — that’s why. And with our Price Match Guarantee, you can rest easy knowing that you’ll always get the best possible deal with Travelocity.
Will I save money on my Washington car rental if I combine it with my hotel or flight?
Combining your hotel, flight and car into a Washington vacation package is the easiest way to land the best deal. Plus, having your own rental car gives you the freedom to find your way to all those amazing sights you’re hoping to explore. Situated 35 mi from Washington, National Aquarium in Baltimore is one place that should be on your agenda. Put together a driving playlist and make a day trip of it.
What is the best time of year to go to Washington?
If you’re saving your pennies, is a terrific month to visit Washington, while is the most expensive time of year. March, April and May is generally regarded as high season. If you’d rather avoid big crowds, January, October and December are usually quieter.
Which airport is best for Washington?
Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport (DCA) (4 mi away from the city center), Washington Dulles Intl. Airport (IAD) (25 mi away from central Washington) and Baltimore Washington Intl. Thurgood Marshall Airport (BWI) (25 mi away from central Washington) are all great options for Washington.
What is there to do in Washington?
While venturing off the beaten track can be rewarding, you shouldn’t miss the big-name attractions that make a destination famous. White House and Washington Monument are just two of them in Washington.
Where should I stay when visiting Washington?
If you’re after a place to lay your head, check out the Holiday Inn Washington Capitol. It’s the top choice for many visitors.

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