Washington DC Holidays
Iconic monuments, memorials & museums
Salamander Washington D.C.
Perched majestically over the water, enjoying a vista of some of the most iconic sites in the US, this wonderful hotel is sure to leave guests with a lasting impression.
The Washington Hilton is the perfect base from which to soak up the famous sights and sounds of Washington DC. It's a modern, urban retreat located right at the heart of the nation's capital.
Tour the iconic Monuments and Museums
Any visit to Washington DC wouldn't be complete without a tour of the local monuments, memorials, and museums. Many of these sites are open 24-hours a day, all year, including monuments like the Lincoln Memorial, National World War II Memorial, Martin Luther King, Jr. Memorial, and more. Other sites like the Washington Monument require tickets in advance. Of course, no Washington DC trip can miss out on outstanding museums like the famous Smithsonian National History or National Air museums, and many others.
Visit Historic George Town
As one of Washington DC's oldest neighbourhoods, Georgetown was once a town in its own right, and this can be seen by visitors to this day. Representing a rare example of an entire historic town, this area boasts a diverse range of buildings dating from many time periods, and walking through it is almost like taking a stroll through history itself. Discover a wide array of important historical sites and heritage, particularly the 4000 core protected buildings which date from the 1750s to the 1950s. If you're in the area, this neighbourhood is the perfect place to check out the rich history of the area.
Discover Capitol Hill & the Library of Congress
Capitol Hill is home to picturesque 19th-century rowhouses, vibrant and bustling markets, and plenty to enjoy once the sun goes down. As one of the most popular places in the city to live, there's a fantastic vibrant energy that makes it irresistible for visiting holidaymakers...and that's even without taking into account the exceptionally important sites here. The US Capitol building that crowns the hill can be toured, and the Library of Congress boasts stunning architecture as well as the vast trove of knowledge within.