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For $220/Night, Which D.C. Hotel Room is the Better Buy?

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Imagine you can spend around $220/night on a suite and you've narrowed it down to three D.C. hotels. How do you make up your mind? The answer is simple: you shove them into a metaphorical cage and let them battle it out until one emerges victorious. It's time for Hotel Deathmatch.

[Disclaimer: The hotel rooms below were based on a trip for two looking for a room in Washington, D.C. from Friday, March 4 to Sunday, March 6.]

↑ The Washington Plaza's superior queen room with complimentary Internet access is up for grabs for $229/night. Unfortunately, the Downtown listing doesn't show how big the space is, but it does have one queen bed. According to the hotel's website, the amenities include valet parking, a fitness center, swimming pool, and a 12,000-square-foot meeting space.

↑ The Hyatt Regency in Capitol Hill offers a short walk to and from the National Mall, Union Station, and Chinatown. The asking price is $219/night for a guest room with two double beds and free Wi-Fi. The listing doesn't offer any details about the square footage.

↑ For $219/night, guests are able to book a king or double room at the Washington Marriott Wardman Park. The Woodley Park hotel is the largest hotel in the capital and was added to the National Register of Historic places. In this newly renovated room, guests will have 301 square feet of space, one bed, as well as amenities like a pool, fitness center, and business center. The site is located right beside the Metro and the National Zoo.