Washington, D.C - Streetsmart : Moderately Priced Hotels, Budget Hotels

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Moderately Priced Hotels

Note: Unless otherwise stated, all hotels accept credit cards, and have en-suite bathrooms and air conditioning

  1. The Latham Hotel

    Best known locally as the home of the top-rated Citronelle restaurant, this is a fine hotel in an excellent Georgetown location. Distinctive two-story carriage suites provide a gracious home base. The poolside patio overlooks the C&O Canal.

    The Latham Hotel

  2. Jury’s Normandy Inn

    On a quiet residential street, the Normandy has the feel of a bed-and-breakfast. Complimentary wine and cheese are served Tuesday nights, and coffee, tea, and cookies are offered at other times.

  3. The Capitol Hill Suites

    This suites-only hotel was recreated from an apartment building, and the result is large spaces with kitchens. Near the Library of Congress, the US Capitol, and Eastern Market.

  4. Georgetown Inn

    This hotel opened in 1961 at the height of the Kennedy administration and the interest in Georgetown glamour, and it has been a fixture ever since. The rooms are large and decorated with style. The Executive Rooms have a sitting area large enough for a meeting, and all rooms have high-speed Internet access.

  5. Best Western Georgetown Suites

    This is a good downtown hotel, small and relatively quiet, given its popularity with families. The lobby has a working fireplace. All rooms are suites with a separate sitting area and kitchenette. Deluxe continental breakfast is included.

  6. Marriott at Metro Center

    An excellent downtown location, close to the Mall. This hotel, with 456 rooms, still provides a personal touch. The Metro Grille has seasonal food.

  7. Holiday Innon the Hill

    The well-known chain has recently refurbished this Capitol Hill location, adding features that appeal to both business travelers and families. The fitness center is open 24 hours, and all rooms offer Internet access and either one king- or two queen-sized beds.

  8. Georgetown Suites

    Georgetown Suites offers a range of lodging possibilities, all of which have a separate sitting area and a kitchen, and free WiFi.

  9. Renaissance Washington, D.C.

    This big hotel with over 800 rooms is hard to miss with its striking façade. Oriented toward business travelers, but still a good location between the White House and Capitol.

  10. Hotel Palomar

    The rooms are large in this converted apartment building. This boutique hotel, renovated in 2005, offers luxury stay in a lively neighborhood.

Budget Hotels

  1. The District Hotel

    This charming old building, about six blocks from the White House, has been converted into 58 rooms that are popular with young people on a limited budget.

    The District Hotel
  2. State Plaza Hotel

    This all-suites hotel, located between the White House and the Kennedy Center, features a café with outdoor seating and a rooftop sun deck. Suites have high-speed Internet. Special features are complimentary shoeshine and Washington Post.

  3. Adams Inn

    A charming urban inn, with 26 rooms. The hotel spreads over three 100-year-old townhouses. Convenient to Adams Morgan and the Zoo. Many rooms share a bath but have a sink in the room.

  4. Kalorama Guest House

    Spanning architecturally significant townhouses, the Guest House provides a comfortable base in an unbeatable neighborhood. The well maintained rooms are handsomely furnished with plants, Oriental carpets, and period artwork. Continental breakfast is included.

  5. Embassy Inn

    An elegant apartment house built in 1910 has been converted into a small hotel with 38 guest rooms, all with private bath. Much of the original decor remains, as do the tasteful façade and entranceway. Cable TV and direct-dial telephones in rooms. Continental breakfast included.

  6. Homewood Suites

    This hotel with large, apartment-style rooms is centrally located. Price includes internet access, breakfast buffet, and gym.

  7. The River Inn

    This popular Foggy Bottom hotel has 126 suites, each with a full kitchen and a good-sized work or dining area. The name is apt because the remarkable view of the river is bound to put guests in a good mood after a tiring day of sightseeing.

  8. Brickskeller Inn

    Basic accommodations in a nice area west of Dupont Circle. Convenient to many good restaurants and to Rock Creek Park. The Brickskeller Saloon-Bar is the real attraction here.

    • 1523 22nd St, NW

    • 202 293 1885

    • Dis. access

  9. Hotel Harrington

    At one time, this was the largest hotel in Washington, and it is still operated by members of the founding family, a century later. Not expensive and popular with school groups. Has outstanding family suites with two bathrooms.

  10. Channel Inn

    This hotel is directly on the Southwest Waterfront, with a great view of Washington Channel and Haines Point and a five-minute walk to the Fish Wharf. The bedrooms have an English-country look, and each has a small balcony – a joy in good weather.

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