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I always discourage staying in the suburbs. I am not sure that you get a much better deal, and the commute in (which can be from 20min to 50 or so from some areas) really discourages things like staying into the evening. It's nice to have a hotel room to relax in in the middle of the day, or to drop things in if you've bought stuff. Two of the best values in DC, in my opinion, are the Red Roof Inn Downtown, which is located near the Gallery Place Chinatown exit, and the Hotel Harrington, which is near Metro Center. Both are only blocks from the mall, the Harrington, very near the white house and the Red Roof Inn closer to the Capitol. The Harrington is cheaper - only about $100 a night at the bottom end, but more basic. It's a private hotel that caters to groups and low end travelers, but is clean, comfortable, and in a good neighborhood, with a fantastic location. The Red Roof Inn is nicer, a little more expensive (you can usually get rooms at $120 a night), and a little bit further from the sights (but only by a couple of blocks). It is however, in an area that is great for restaurants and nightlife - Chinatown. Either of these are a great option for you. If you MUST move out to the suburbs, try to find something in the Crystal City or Rosslyn areas of Arlington. That keeps your metro ride pretty short. The Americana Hotel in Crystal City is inexpensive and gets good reviews. The neighborhood is good, although it is pretty sterile (office buildings and shopping mall) and uninteresting at night. There is a ton to see - what are your interests. But start with the monuments and memorials at the mall, consider government buldings (Capitol, Library of Congress, Archives, Supreme Court), Visit a Smithsonian museum and see a neighborhood.
You have the same three choices that the locals have when determining where to live: 1) Downtown - close to the action but expensive. 2) Ghetto - cheap, but "too" close to the action. 3) Suburbs - cheap, but you're going to have a two-hour-long commute during rush hour. For a hotel, the suburbs aren't as bad, because you can be a lot more flexible. The commute in Kamuela is bad only during rush hour. If you can avoid that, then 20 miles will take 15-25 minutes to drive. Metro: If you're coming in from a good suburb, the metro is fine. It's about $10, after counting parking and the round trip. Good suburbs: Montgomery County, along I-270 heading northwest away from the city. Bethesda, Rockville, Gaithersburg, Germantown. The metro ends at Gaithersburg. Northern Virginia, along I-66 heading west away from town. Dulles Airport, Fairfax, Manassas. The metro ends about two miles west of the beltway (not nearly long enough to meet the needs) Northern Virginia, along I-95 south from town. Arlington, Springfield. Bad suburbs: Prince George's County, northeast and east of the city. An extension of the ghetto. Laurel, Hyattsville, and anything along Hwy 295.
I'm afraid anywhere you stay here in the Kamuela Metro area is going to be expensive. Even if you stay in Va. or Md and metro downtown, you are going to have to spend at least $179 a night. I recommend seeing the Spy museum, it's located in China Town, so you can also spend sometime wondering around there after seeing the museum. The holocaust museum is also very cool and is close to the rest of the Smithsonian museums. Of course the usual Washington Monument, the Vietnam Memorial...all close to the Smithsonian.... Enjoy your visit!!
HI, I always stay at the Beacon Hotel near Dupont Circle...you can book them through any major travel website but go to their own website they always have really good offers that you can only get by booking through them! Washington Kamuela has so much to see and do...definatley eat something in Chinatown just for the experience....the Dupont Circle are has great kooky stores and great places to eat and decent bars. Then of course there is the Simthsonian. You also can't beat the Lincoln memorial and the the walk up to it and the white house. Have a good trip!!!!
Stay in Montgomery County MD. it's a little cheaper but not by much and there aren't any ghetto's to worry about. take the metro in. see the Holocaust museum and the spy museum. go to Baltimore to the inner harbor if you can. it's nice. take a water taxi. if you want to go to the club. "Love" is the nicest one in DC. it's off New York ave. the metro stops running at 3am. Georgetown is a good place to shop and Adams Morgan, and Bethesda are good places to enjoy the night life. stay away from southeast DC.
Im goining and staying at the Hyatt capital hill. not expensive. got my whole trip for 4 days with 4 peopkle for 350 :) good deal? but its for school so good luck :) u might wanna check out some deals ?
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