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Mapping Best Places to Rent For Inauguration Weekend

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For DC denizens, Inauguration Weekend can either bring exhilaration because many people get to "work" from home or dread because out-of-towners descend on the nation's capital for a weekend of revelry, celebration, and question asking. Consider it Tourist Takeover 2.0. But for those with pads close to all the action, this is a great time to get the hell out of Dodge and rent out the space for some Benjamins. According to Airbnb, here's what's on the market from that Saturday until post-Inauguration Tuesday and how much it's going for (all the rates are per night). And guess what: It ain't cheap.


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At this spot, plan on staying at least 4 days. Located in Eastern Market close to Capitol Hill, this is the most affordable rental right now, though it is a private share. Probably won't last long.

For those looking for the townhouse feeling, the CoHi abode has character and two cool dogs. (Allergy alert.) And if the weather is good, there's a fire pit and koi pond for outdoor enjoyment.

A CoHi master bedroom is on the market, and it's open and airy. And a "super duper view" close to all that's cool in DC. (Well, not everything that's cool.)

For those that want to stay on the south side of the Potomac, here's a Clarendon guest room close to the Metro and The Mall.

When in DC, live like a Senator. A former Senator's house (or so claimed) with a storied history is insistent this rental is no monkey business. Despite the Pepto Bismol pink.

The room is private and the condo is luxurious. Located within spitting distance of all the festivities, this rental may be pricey. But it makes up for it with convenience.

And for one grand, a luxury flat that's walking distance from the action is what a tourist will find. But the place is big enough to sleep four. For this much money, let's hope you've tickets to one of the balls.

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$125

At this spot, plan on staying at least 4 days. Located in Eastern Market close to Capitol Hill, this is the most affordable rental right now, though it is a private share. Probably won't last long.

$240

For those looking for the townhouse feeling, the CoHi abode has character and two cool dogs. (Allergy alert.) And if the weather is good, there's a fire pit and koi pond for outdoor enjoyment.

$340

A CoHi master bedroom is on the market, and it's open and airy. And a "super duper view" close to all that's cool in DC. (Well, not everything that's cool.)

$370

For those that want to stay on the south side of the Potomac, here's a Clarendon guest room close to the Metro and The Mall.

$700

When in DC, live like a Senator. A former Senator's house (or so claimed) with a storied history is insistent this rental is no monkey business. Despite the Pepto Bismol pink.

$875

The room is private and the condo is luxurious. Located within spitting distance of all the festivities, this rental may be pricey. But it makes up for it with convenience.

$1000

And for one grand, a luxury flat that's walking distance from the action is what a tourist will find. But the place is big enough to sleep four. For this much money, let's hope you've tickets to one of the balls.