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Washington, D.C.
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Welcome to LodgingGuide's hospitality industry listings for the Washington, D.C. area.

East of the north end of the Appalachian Mountain chain, and at the east end of the beautiful Shenandoah Valley along the Potomac, lies the U.S. capital, Washington DC, which offers enough variety in cultural and outdoor activities to appeal to everyone who visits. From kayaking on the river, to the jazz clubs of U Street, to the downtown restaurants and nightlife of Georgetown, to national landmarks, historic sites and treasures like the Library of Congress and the Smithsonian Institution, Washington DC satisfies a breadth of interests in a relatively mild, year-round climate. The countryside surrounding the nation's capital city is some of the most beautiful in America, and is loaded with historic monuments and plaques which chronicle the development of the United States, from earliest pre-colonial times to the present. For additional nearby accommodations, you may also wish to have a look at Hagerstown LodgingGuide and Baltimore LodgingGuide.

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· Washington Airport - Arlington · District of Columbia
The Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport and the Arlington area, most famous for its cemetery, are located just across the Potomac from downtown. The 69 square miles of central Washington, D.C. includes Capitol Hill, Georgetown, Chinatown, the Convention Center and other areas.
· Northeast Virginia · Alexandria
Lodging just to the west of the district, in Fairfax County locations such as Tyson's Corner, McLean, Falls Church, and Springfield. Historic Alexandria Virginia, and its charming Old Towne, is located 6 miles to the south of the district.
· Southwest Maryland · Baltimore Metro
Lodging generally to the east of the district, in Maryland cities such as Silver Spring, Cheverly, Rockville, Bethesda and others. Lodging options in the nearby metropolitan area of Baltimore, Maryland.
· Hagerstown Metro
Lodging options northwest of Washington, D.C., in the Greater Hagerstown area.

Know before you go: You can find a calendar of Washington, D.C. events and other happenings in the Washington, D.C. EventGuide, Greater Washington, D.C.'s online interactive calendar.

Area Facts: This planned district, selected as the nation's capital in 1790, is the only city specifically mentioned in the U.S. Constitution. The metro area is home to over 30 major colleges and universities.

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