Tips and Articles for Washington, D.C.

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Washington, D.C.  Get 30 percent off from the Embassy Row Hotel, which has stylish and vibrant rooms, whimsical wall art, and Dupont Circle's... Read More

This story originally appeared on We asked Jason Denby, the concierge of the Rosewood Hotel in Georgetown, to plan us a single, spectacular... Read More

Washington, D.C.’s public transportation system, the Metro, turned into a water park on Tuesday thanks to flash flooding.When travelers stepped off the... Read More

Not many hotels have played a hand in bringing down a president, which is why the Watergate Hotel is one of the nation’s most infamous places to spend a... Read More

Actress Laverne Cox, along with Ross Matthews, best known as Ross the Intern from The Tonight Show with Jay Leno, has been named an ambassador for... Read More

There’s no daylight between dining well and dining on a budget when you’re in Washington, D.C. While the capital city’s restaurant scene has been... Read More

This story originally appeared on realsimple.com1. Gettysburg National Military Park, PennsylvaniaMost historians agree that the battle of Gettysburg... Read More

Brunching is a favorite pastime in Washington, DC, and you can find great spots anywhere from Georgetown to Capitol Hill to Logan Circle and beyond. The... Read More

It may be Friday the 13th, but this deal is nothing short of good luck (if you’re in college, anyway). According to the Airfare Spot, Student Universe... Read More

Traveling around the world can take months, if not years. But there’s one day a year when you can actually visit 40 countries in that sole day. No,... Read More

HotelsCapitol Hill HotelThe Capitol Hill Hotel offers a Hounds on the Hill program for visiting dogs that includes dog beds, treats in the lobby, bags... Read More

If you're still struggling to decide what gift will please your mom most this Mother's Day, consider booking a flight with Frontier Airlines and... Read More

It’s time to get outside again. With winter safely in the past, take advantage of the sunny and mild days to come by lacing up your hiking boots and... Read More

As LGBT tourism continues to grow, travel-planning app and website Gogobot just announced its 2016 top destinations where the specialized sector is... Read More

Book a flight with JetBlue by midnight tonight, and you could fly for as little as $44. This domestic carrier’s Once Upon A-Springtime Sale will... Read More

This story originally appeared on Barack Obama on Tuesday dedicated a national monument on Capitol Hill in honor of the... Read More

This story originally appeared on Time.comThe Smithsonian’s National Zoo published footage of its male panda taking a bubble bath on Thursday.Tian Tian... Read More

Dive bars are a treasure. Cocktail bars and brewpubs and speakeasies are all great, too, but the dive is perhaps the bar as it was meant to be: a place... Read More

One of the many great things about Washington, DC, is its proximity to other intriguing locales in the Mid-Atlantic region. You might visit them at any... Read More

Capital of the United States, bustling college town, shrine to history: there’s something for every kind of traveler in Washington, D.C.  Did you... Read More

When Hollywood’s biggest names visit DC, they often tend to travel incognito. “They really want things to be discreet,” says Julie Saunders, concierge... Read More

Yesterday, in an exceptionally appropriate celebration of Presidents Day, the National Park Service announced it has received an $18.5 million gift... Read More

Barracks Row/Eastern MarketBackdropped by the U.S. Capitol and rich with Victorian town houses, this section of Capitol Hill feels like it belongs in... Read More

A crop of new and reimagined hotels gives the Washington, D.C. even more halls of power.Kimpton CarlyleInside this rebooted Art Deco gem in Dupont... Read More

The Jet SetSociety ladies and the men who love them favor Georgetown's ENO Wine Bar, Fig & Olive, in CityCenterDC; the jacket-required... Read More

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