These Washington DC apartments offer a perfect place to call home during your stay in this capital city. Situated in a residential area with local shops and restaurants near by, these apartments boast a quiet location that is close to amenities and attractions.
Each apartment has well equipped kitchens and comfortable furnishings which provide a homely environment with all the convenience of a serviced apartment. The on-site facilities are extensive and include a gym and swimming pool.
These apartments are an ideal choice for every visitor with attractions and sights easily reached. For golf enthusiasts, head to East Potomac Golf Course, which has 36 holes, large driving range and views of the Washington Monument. Close-by, you can visit the Washington Monument, which is a towering tribute to George Washington. It stands proudly in the centre of the city's other attractions, including the Lincoln Memorial, The White House and the United States Capitol building. Enjoy a leisurely walk through the National Mall and surrounding gardens and explore the numerous art galleries along the way. A must-see is the Smithsonian Museum of Natural History and the Air and Space Museum. Both feature interesting displays and interactive exhibitions.
These apartments are approximately thirty minutes drive from Dulles International Airport, which has good connections including; London, Tokyo and Munich. There is also a metro station just a short walk away, which offers links to other areas of the city.
The Luxury One Bedroom Apartment features a separate bedroom with Queen size bed, living area, fully equipped kitchen and private bathroom
Sleeps 2 (+1) | Bathrooms 1 | Breakfast type: Room Only
The Luxury Two Bedroom Apartment offers two separate bedrooms, both of which contain Queen size beds, spacious living area, fully equipped kitchen and two bathrooms.
Sleeps 4 (+1) | Bathrooms 2 | Breakfast type: Room Only
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