Last year you were in DC for a conference and stayed at the conference hotel. It was fine, but it’s not luring you back. With your new assignment, you’re going to be in DC three to four times a year for 3-4 nights each time. You’d really like a place that’s homier, a place you’ll enjoy coming back to again and again. So, you are looking an Airbnb in Washington DC.
Washington D.C. is home to some of the most prestigious institutions of higher education this country has to offer. If you are visiting the nearby Georgetown University, you will find that our boutique hotel in DC, Embassy Circle Guest House, is in a prime location to easily explore both Georgetown and our bustling neighborhood – Dupont Circle.
The two of you haven’t been to DC since you chaperoned your son’s 8th grade field trip, which, truth be told, wasn’t the optimum way to experience the city. You’re planning to stay for five days this time and you really want a special place to stay. You’ve travelled enough to know that the accommodation can make or break the trip. You’re looking for a place that is intimate, charming, comfortable, convenient and affordable. A place to call “home” for five days. So, not a big hotel.
Are you an adventurous traveler? Do you enjoy unique experiences? Do you want to discover the hidden places that tourists almost always miss? If that description fits you, you are a perfect candidate for a B&B! Here’s a closer look at this special way to travel:
In the last 15 years of innkeeping, we’ve learned that not everybody should stay at a bed and breakfast. That is why we have come up with 5 reasons you might want to avoid staying at a B&B.