Washington DC Hotels
Locals made the most bookings through the platform, Airbnb says.
23.8 million people visited the District, most domestic travelers.
That was 1.1 million more than the number who came to the nation’s capital the previous year
Some were highs, others were lows. And WeWork is now the District’s largest private office tenant
A "town square" development by Redbrick LMD would include a hotel, housing, offices, retail, and a plaza
The 10-acre site will be transformed into a mixed-use project called "City Ridge"
Property owners won’t be able to use secondary homes for short-term rentals under the new rules
The regulations are expected to come up again in November
The rules are poised to go into effect in the coming months
Supporters and opponents of the bill are gearing up for the vote with a bevy of arguments and statistics
A special committee will vet and choose Eaton House members
Rooms at Eaton DC will start at $199 a night
The Line Hotel received its final occupancy permit last week, clearing the way for an audit of its jobs numbers
It’s called a Lopitfit electric walking bike
The boutique hotel will host Splash Cycle classes six days a week
"There is definitely a conscious effort to stay cool and hip and approachable."
This will be the second D.C. location for Cambria Hotel & Suites.
The hotel now offers a rooftop event space.
The hotel’s common areas will also be renovated.
Strange, but appealing too!
From The Jefferson Hotel to Park Hyatt, see which local hotel topped the list.
Expect a rooftop terrace and a "game zone."
The new hotel will include ground-floor retail and underground parking.
West End’s hotel will open its outdoor skating rink on November 24.
Every guest is described as "essentially a ‘patron of the arts.’"
Priced at $800 per night, get an inside look at one of Washington, D.C.’s most famous guestrooms.
This hotel offers more than 10 meeting rooms, a rooftop pool, and unbeatable views of the waterfront.
North America’s first Canopy by Hilton features a rooftop bar and lounge and a dog-friendly environment.
The hotel will be part of a two-tower development with apartments and retail included
For the first time since 1963, College Park, Maryland, has a brand new hotel.