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Homewood Suites Hotels in Washington DC - Travel Guide

Homewood Suites Hotels in Washington DC

 “O, say can you see….”  all the sites in Washington, D.C.?  It may take several days to make it to all the museums and opportunities for learning and honoring in the National Mall area, let alone the outlying areas.  Homewood Suites hotels in Washington DC are perfect for stays of a night or a month.

With complimentary hot breakfasts and “happy hour” dinner and drinks each week night, you will feel cared for and at home.  Each suite has its own full kitchen and separate bedroom and plenty of room for playing games on the floor.  Wide desks lend themselves to business projects, fitness rooms help you stay on the program, and swimming pools add to the resort feel.  Homewood Suites Alexandria/Pentagon South and Homewood Suites Springfield, VA are two locations in the fun-to-explore suburbs and near the busy downtown area.

Getting Around

Navigation to and from the area is easy.  The Metro rail has five color-coded lines around the area and into Virginia and Maryland.  Touring areas can have expensive parking, and the metro stops alleviate those concerns.  National Mall tour buses run around the Lincoln Memorial, Smithsonian museums. and back and forth from Union Station for a nominal fee. In addition, the DC Circulator makes loops, as well.  There are commuter trains, segway tours, buses, and streetcars that emphasize ease of commuting to and from Homewood Suites hotels in Washington DC.

A few of the awe-inspiring places to visit in the area include the Arlington National Cemetery.  John F. Kennedy’s grave attracts mourners from all over the world, as does the acreage of thousands of fallen soldiers.  From there, visit the National Mall with the Lincoln Memorial at one end, the Capitol building at the other and the Vietnam Memorial in between.  The reflecting pool allows for reflection, and the Smithsonian features 19 museums filled with artifacts of American History and art.