District Of Columbia Vacation Rentals

District Of Columbia Vacation Rentals

Plan your best vacation ever in District Of Columbia. Explore our colorful destinations and pursue your own interests to create your dream vacation in District Of Columbia!

The Washington D.C is commonly known as Washington D.C, the District, or simply D.C. It is the capital of the United States and was founded in 1790. It is one of the most exciting places to visit in the United States and it offers visitors an immense variety of things to do, places to visit and Washington accommodations.

Explore our extensive inventory of vacation rentals in Washington D.C. Our comprehensive directory lists several vacation homes as well as holiday apartments and cabins. We also include more traditional lodging and accommodations such as hotels, motels and inns. And for those interested in a unique lodging experience we also include bed and breakfasts.

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Stacey Anderson

"When we moved to London, UK from Canada this past spring we had the pleasure of staying with Lubna Malik at her rental property. It was a very nice, clean studio flat with all of the amenities anyone moving to a new coutry (or anyone coming to watch Wimbelton tennis) could want. She was a very gracious host and made our stay very welcome."

Arleigh and Brett Vasconcellos

"Thank you for the great responses. Im waiting for my sister who is going to Mammoth on the same week to send me her dates so we can book ours. Please keep the emails coming and I will book as soon as we confirm our dates of travel. Thank you!"

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Vacation Rentals in Washington D.C.

Staying at a vacation rental in Washington D.C is an excellent idea especially if you are traveling with your family or a large group. Washington D.C vacation rentals not only offer more space but also more privacy, most of the times at a better rate than an Washington D.C hotel room. At an Washington D.C vacation rental you will feel just like at home, but with a variety of amenities that will make your vacation an unforgettable experience.

Things to do in Washington D.C


Finding things to do while vacationing at a Washington D.C vacation condo is never a hard task. Home to the U.S. Capitol, the Marian Koshland Science Museum, the U.S Holocaust Historical Museum, an enticing Chinatown and many other things, the entertainment possibilities here are simply unlimited. .

The U.S. Capitol

Although not really a touristic attraction, the U.S. Capitol is one of the most visited places among visitors staying at a hotel in Washington D.C. It serves as the seat of government for the United States Congress and was reopened to the public in December 2001. Guided public tours are conducted from 9:00 am to 4:00 pm.

International Spy Museum

A favorite attraction among D.C. vacation rentals guests, the International Spy Museum is one of the most recent attractions and is the world's only museum dedicated to the history, tradecraft and contemporary role of espionage. Visitors of the museum can enjoy numerous exhibits and play a variety of surveillance games among other things.

14th and U Streets

Shopping fanatics staying at a District of Columbia vacation home should head to the 14th and U Streets. Numerous stores and specialty shops have gathered at these streets to offer the best of Washington's shopping scene. A variety of restaurants, cafes and nightclubs can also be found in the area.

National Zoo

If staying at a Washington lodging with kids, a good entertainment alternative is the Smithsonian Zoological Park. Founded in 1889 to study, celebrate and protect the diversity of animals and their natural environment, this zoo offers an incredible variety of animal and plant species in a 163-acre urban park.

U.S Holocaust Museum

A national memorial to the victims of the Holocaust, the U.S. Holocaust Museum is one of the newest sightseeing destinations and also one of the most moving experiences. Those staying at a Washington D.C hotel will have the chance to see exhibits that track the rise of the Nazi machine, and memorials to heroes of the time among many other things.

World Known Top Events in the State of District of Columbia

National Cherry Blossom Festival
Washington, March 28-April 12

National Independence Day Celebration
Washington, July 4

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