While you're worrying about what you're going to say at the Thanksgiving dinner table or what kind of wine you should bring that would taste good with turkey, you shouldn't have to worry about housing as well. The November holiday is only a couple days away, and if you've waited until the last minute to find a place to stay, that is a-okay. Below, Curbed has found five rentals that are still available from Wednesday, November 25 through Friday, November 27, ranging in price from $200/night to $7,000/night.
↑ Let's start off with the most expensive rental that can be found over the Thanksgiving holiday and then move down from there. Above, you can see a photo gallery of the Presidential Suite at the Georgetown hotel, Capella. Costing $7,000/night, this one-bedroom, one-bathroom suite offers amenities like a rooftop pool, fitness center, free Wi-Fi, and a 24-hour front desk.
↑ In Capitol Hill, you can rent this one-bedroom, one-bathroom street-level flat for $200/night. This unit features a queen size bed, working fireplace, and high speed Wi-Fi. The open kitchen is fully stocked with utensils, plates, glassware, and stainless steel appliances.
↑ For $251/night, you can book this one-bedroom, one-and-a-half bathroom apartment on the ninth and tenth level of the Downtown development known as The Loft. Inside, you can find a fully equipped, updated kitchen, a king size bed, and ample closet space.
↑ With three bedrooms and two bathrooms, this fully furnished condo is available on Thanksgiving for $555/night. Located in Adams Morgan, this unit spans almost 1,800-square-feet and offers a washer and dryer as well as a close walk to a CVS/Giant/Safeway market.
↑ Out of all of the rentals on this list, this Dupont Circle residence might be the most cluttered, but for some homebuyers, the multitude of artworks and knick knacks could be considered homey. This rental comes with six bedrooms and four bathrooms for the price of $1,800/night. Some of the many highlights of this abode include its walk-in closets, whirlpool tub, and pet-friendly community. This historic property was dedicated in 2008 due to it being a sister property of The Mansion on O Street, which is located across the street.
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