Where to Stay in Washington DC First Time: 10 Best Areas & Safety

In this blog, I will help you to find Where to stay in Washington DC first time, the best areas to stay in Washington D.C. for first-timers (with a map and video), the best hotels in Washington DC for all budgets (including the hotel where I stayed), and safest place.

Washington, District of Columbia, the capital and political center of the USA is one of the most rewarding tourist centers in the whole of the USA, with literally hundreds of fascinating things to see and do.

By American standards, Washington is a relatively compact city of just under a million people. This is good news for visitors because it means that whatever part of town you choose to stay in, you are not too far away from the major sights and attractions.

Having said that, the majority of the galleries, museums and historic buildings of the city are located in an area of downtown called National Mall.

Washington D.C. is relatively a safe city for visitors. But, like any major city, it’s important to be aware of your surroundings, stick to well-lit areas, and avoid walking alone late at night in poorly lit areas to ensure your safety.

Dupont Circle, Georgetown, Foggy Bottom, and Downtown are some of the safest area to stay in Washington DC to book accommodations. It’s always a good idea to practice common-sense safety precautions no matter where you stay in Washington, D.C.

Tourist areas are generally safe to visit and stay. It is recommended to avoid Deanwood, U Street Corridor, Brentwood, Anacostia, Shaw because they have high crime rates.

Where to stay in Washington DC first time?

The best areas to stay in Washington DC for first-timers are Downtown DC, Foggy Bottom, Dupont Circle, Logan Circle, Capitol Hill, Georgetown, Adams Morgan, and Woodley Park. These are popular areas for tourists that offer a wide range of attractions and amenities.

Downtown DC is the overall best area to stay in Washington DC first time due to its central location and proximity to major attractions such as the National Mall and Capitol Building. Staying here puts you in the heart of the action, easy access to many sights, bars, restaurants, and shops.

The downside of staying in Downtown is that it can be crowded and touristy. But, if you value convenience, Downtown is the best choice. On the other hand, if you want a more relaxing vibe and easy access to major attractions, you can consider staying in Capitol Hill or Foggy Bottom.

If you are after a vibrant nightlife, look for accommodations in Dupont Circle and Logan Circle. They are trendy neighborhoods, located just north of Downtown Dc, which are also convenient locations for sight seeing.

If you’re traveling on a budget, then there are affordable and exciting districts not far from the center like Logan Circle or Adams Morgan, which is the heart of the city’s night scene.

Wherever you stay in Washington, you will find that there is an extensive range of accommodation options. In addition to top hotels, there are many apartments and townhouses for rent that provide an interesting alternative, particularly if you plan to stay for a while.

If you choose to stay in a suburban area like Woodley Park, then it’s a good idea to try and book a hotel that is located close to the city’s excellent metro stations. This regular service is a great way to tour the city without the risk of getting caught up in gridlock.

If you are searching for best areas to stay in Washington DC without a car, I suggest Downtown and Dupont Circle. These areas offer easy access to amenities and attractions on foot, or by using its comprehensive public transport system like buses, metros, Uber/Lyft, and bike shares. 

Most hotels in Downtown Washington DC offer paid parking. If you are looking for a hotel with free car parking in Washington DC, look into Comfort Inn Ballston and Woody Westover in Hillcrest DC near Capitol Hill.

Where did I stay in Washington DC?

When I first visited Washington DC, I stayed for 3 nights at the Hotel Lombardy. It was a great hotel in a great location on Pennsylvania Avenue. It was close to the National Mall and easy access from  Dulles airport by using Metro Silver Line. My room was comfortable with a nice big bed.

💖 Best Area for First-Timers:Downtown DC
💎 Best luxury hotel:JW Marriott Washington, DC
🏨 Best mid-range hotel:Hotel Washington
💰 Best budget hotel:Hyatt Place Washington DC/White House

Below is the Map of areas in Washington DC for visitors. You can scroll down to see interactive map:

Map of Best areas to stay in Washington DC
Map of Best areas to stay in Washington DC

10 Best areas to stay in Washington DC for first-time tourists:

1. Downtown Washington DC

Downtown DC
Downtown DC

Downtown DC, without a doubt, is the best place to stay in Washington DC for first time tourist. No part of the city is more convenient for all of the significant landmarks and attractions. it’s also packed with high-end shopping, restaurants with great dining and nightlife.

Highlights of this central part of town include many museums like the famous Smithsonian, the city’s theater district, and The National Mall, a vast two-mile-long park that runs from the Potomac on the west side to the Capitol Building on the east. 

Downtown DC is packed with free-of-charge monuments and museums. The Lincoln Memorial is here, as is the Jefferson Memorial. There are also memorials commemorating World War II, the Vietnam War, the Korean War, and a monument commemorating Martin Luther King.

Other major attractions and landmarks include The White House, Capitol Building, Washington Monument, and The Pentagon. Before visiting, make sure to stop at the White House Visitor Center with an insider’s view of 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue by a virtual tour.

Nearby, the historic street Pennsylvania Avenue is the location of many important parades, marches, protests.

Amongst the museums and galleries, you will find the National Gallery of Art, Smithsonian Museum, Smithsonian National Air and Space Museum, Smithsonian Arts and Industries Building, Hirshhorn Museum, and National Museum of African American History and Culture.

If you like shopping, head to CityCenterDC, which is located within easy walking distance to the popular Penn Quarter. it’s home to many high-end shops such as Paul Stuart, Gucci, Hermès, Jo Malone London, and Kate Spade.

If you’re a foodie, you will want to check some famous restaurants like Estuary, Plume, and Central Michel Richard;

Downtown DC is one of the best locations for car-free travelers. It is a walkabe area with an excellent connection to public transportation. It’s well served by Metro Center station, the central hub station of the Washington Metro.

Because of this central location’s convenience, most of the hotels here are in the mid to high price bracket. But even if you are on a budget, you can find a few hostels and more affordable accommodations if you scout around.

Best Places to stay in Downtown DC for first-time visitors:

luxury ($$$): JW Marriott Washington, DC, 5-star hotel, one of the best places to stay in Washington DC for first-timers, set in a prime location, close to everything, within walking distance to major landmarks like White House and Smithsonian American Art Museum.

mid-range ($$): Hotel Washington, great 4-star hotel, ideal base for first-timers and travelers without a car as it is set in a exceptional location, in the center of DC, few steps away from the iconic White House and other major attractions.

mid-range ($$) Washington Plaza Hotel, 4-star hotel in downtown, offering an onsite restaurant, a gym, an outdoor swimming pool, a privare car parking. It’s also close to Washington Convention Center, Metro Center station, the FBI Headquarters, and Washington Plaza.

Mid-range ($$): Hamilton Hotel – Washington DC, 4-star hotel located in the heart of DC, close to McPherson Square Metro Station and easy access United States Capitol Building by metro.

budget ($): Hyatt Place Washington DC/White House, 3-star hotel, one of the best places to stay in DC on a budget, featuring a rooftop bar with city view. Its is located within walking distance to major sights, as well as easy access to The red, blue, silver and orange line train stations.


2. Chinatown/ Penn Quarter

Chinatown and Penn Quarter

Chinatown and Penn Quarter are convenient places to stay in DC. They are located right next to Downtown DC, offering many accommodation options and easy access to major attractions.

Chinese gate (Friendship Arch) marks Chinatown’s entrance, and you will see it above H Street where it crosses 7th Street. There is a metro station that links Chinatown with other parts of Washington on the Yellow Line by the Gallery Pl-Chinatown station.

These areas are great places for cultural vultures, foodies, shoppers, and sports lovers with plenty of museums, theaters, restaurants, and a sports center.

Chinatown is the location of big festivals and events such as the Chinese New Year Parade during the Lunar New Year.

History buffs will love to visit American Art Museum, Smithsonian Institution’s National Portrait Gallery, United States Navy Memorial, Shakespeare Theatre Company, and Ford’s Theatre.

There are several hotels that are reasonably priced so staying within Chinatown is an interesting idea. Residential it may be, but there are many restaurants, serving Chinese and Asian cuisine, including Kofuku Ramen & Sushi, and the Reren Lamen & Bar.

Chinatown is home to Capital One Arena, the city’s premier sport and entertainment indoor center and there is likely to be something happening there during your stay. Home to the NHL’s Washington Capitals, the NBA’s Washington Wizards, and the Georgetown Hoya.

Best places to stay in Washington DC in Chinatown:


3. Capitol Hill

Capitol Hill
Capitol Hill

Capitol Hill is an upscale residential area, and is a central district of Washington that spreads out around the capitol building, over on the east side of downtown. This area has a number of federal buildings, including The Supreme Court of The United States and the Library of Congress.

It is a green and leafy area with Lower Senate Park running into the extensively cultivated parklands around the capitol building itself. Seward Square, Folger Park, the United States Botanic Garden, and Garfield Park are other green areas in the vicinity.

Capitol Hill is very popular with lobbyists, politicians, and civil servants, and the local cafes, restaurants, bars, pubs, and oyster houses are favorite places for political machinations and brokering of deals. 

In addition to all the area’s political buildings, visitors can check out The Congressional Cemetery, the Folger Shakespeare Library, the National Guard Museum, and the National Postal Museum.

There is some striking architecture around the Capitol Hill neighborhood, not least the highly impressive frontage of the grand and imposing Union Station.

While in the area, you can visit the Eastern Market, a historic public market and a hub for fresh produce, artisan goods, and a variety of food vendors.

To the south of Capitol Hill is the Navy Yard, where you can find the commercial strip Barracks Row on 8th Street SE. It has many row houses and a good spot for foodie lovers.

Capitol Hill is walkable, you can easily explore on foot. Additionally, the area is served by numerous metro stations such as Capitol South Metro station and Eastern Market, making it a great base to explore the city.

Best places to stay in Washington DC in Capitol Hill: 

Luxury ($$$): Waldorf Astoria Washington DC, 5-star hotel located close to CityCenterDC, Convention Center, and the White House. You can enjoy meal at its on-site restaurant, Peacock Alley.

Mid-range ($$): Hilton Washington DC Capitol Hill, 4-star hotel located within walking distance from the United States Capitol Building and Union Metro Station. You can book a rooms with U.S. Capitol Building views.

Budget ($): Holiday Inn Washington Capitol-National Mall, an IHG Hotel, 3-star hotel located within a short stroll from major sights There are on-site dining, Capitol Bistro and Starbucks, 24-hour business center, car parking, and outdoor pool.


You can also check these articles for things to do in Washington DC; if you travel as a family I suggest you read best areas to stay in Washington DC with family. If you don’t plan to hire a car, you can check Best areas to stay in Washington DC without a car.

4. Foggy Bottom

Foggy Bottom

The evocatively named Foggy Bottom is an extremely photogenic part of Washington DC. The area is in a waterfront location to the northwest of downtown. There are splendid views across the Potomac River to Theodore Roosevelt Island and Little Island, two islands covered with attractive tree-filled parks. Foggy Bottom is a safe neighborhoods with low crime rate.

Foggy Bottom is home to the John F. Kennedy Center For The Performing Arts and also houses the National Symphony Orchestra. The area is also very well provided for when it comes to hotel accommodations.

You are also close to the Rock Creek Park, DAR Constitution Hall, the Washington National Opera, Lincoln Memorial, Textile Museum, and the State Department’s Diplomatic Reception Rooms.

There are many places to stay here, with the majority of hotels coming in the mid-range price bracket. It is a convenient part of town for tourists who want to avoid public transport because all of downtown’s highlights are just a few hundred meters away to the Southeast.

It’s also very convenient to travel with public transport on the Silver Line, the Orange Line, and the Blue Line by the GWU Washington Metro station.

The US State Department is located in Foggy Bottom, and the students of George Washington University add a youthful vibe to the area. No visit to this part of Washington is complete without a stroll down the waterfront, soaking up the atmosphere of this historic part of the city.

Best places to stay in Washington DC in Foggy Bottom:

  • luxury ($$): The Watergate Hotel Georgetown, 5-star hotel located on the banks of the Potomac River. It has an Indoor swimming pool and a rooftop bar with views of the waterfront and Washington Monument.
  • mid-range ($$): State Plaza Hotel, popular 4-star hotel, conveniently located close to George Washington University and the World Bank. Easy access to oggy Bottom – GWU Metro station for exploring the city on public transportation.
  • budget ($): Hotel Hive, great 3-star hotel, featuring 24-hour front desk and parking for those who drive. Short walk or bike to all the main attractions.

5. Dupont Circle

Dupont Circle is a safe, vibrant and central neighborhoods, located just north of Downtown DC. It has great public transportation and wide range of dining and entertainment options, making it a great base in Washington DC.

The area spreads out around a central roundabout where ten roads meet, and this junction is symbolic of the eclectic mix of cultures and activities that you will find here. This is the intersection of Massachusetts Avenue, New Hampshire Avenue, and Connecticut Avenue.

All of the tourist sights of central DC are just a few minutes strolled to the south, but there are some interesting places to visit in the Dupont circle itself.

The Phillips Collection is a well-curated art gallery dating from 1921 that is well worth a visit. The gallery houses a vast collection of international modern art. Dupont Circle is also home to the National Geographic Museum.

On the west side of Dupont Circle are Oaks Park and Montrose Park. These open spaces join together to form a large area of greenery that is a delight to stroll through, giving a pleasantly suburban feel to this area, despite its central city location.

Dupont circle is also a central hub of dining and nightlife, so if you are a night owl, then this is an excellent choice of place to stay. The multicultural mix of Washington DC is reflected in the impressive variety of international cuisines you can find in this area.

The area around Dupont Circle is known for its diplomatic presence, with several embassies and international organizations located in the vicinity.

Other places to visit are the Brookings Institution, the Institute for Policy Studies, the National Museum of American Jewish Military History, the Stimson Center and the Peterson Institute, the Spanish Steps, the Phillips Collection, and the Mansion on O & O Street Museum.

Dupont Circle is a popular place to live for twenty-something professional couples, and the nightlife here reflects this young and energetic age group, with lots of bars and clubs, funky and trendy restaurants.

There are still quite a few decent hotels, mainly in the mid-range price group. There are also quite a few apartments for rent that are an excellent choice for groups and families. For transport, you have the Red Line and the Dupont Circle station.

Best Places to Stay in Washington DC in Dupont Circle:

luxury ($$$): The Dupont Circle Hotel This 5-star luxury hotel is located very close to the historical landmarks of Washington such as Washington Convention Center, National Mall, and JFK Center for Performing Arts; also within walking distance from Dupont Circle Metro station.

mid-range ($$$): The Darcy Hotel, Washington DC Located close to many city attractions like the White House and National Mall, and a short ride from Washington National Airport. It offers 24-hour room service, a fitness center, a car parking, business services, valet, daily gin tasting, and bike rental.

budget ($$$): The St. Gregory Hotel Located within a few minutes’ walk from the Dupont Circle and Foggy Bottom metro stations. This hotel provides an onsite restaurant, a business center, a private car parking, free wifi, and rooms with a flat-screen TV, refrigerator, and coffee maker.


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6. Logan Circle

Logan Circle

Logan Circle is a district of Washington DC that spreads out around a large roundabout and park. This is one of the oldest parts of the city, and you will find some delightful old historic buildings here. But it is a very modern area and is one of the trendiest and most happening parts of town. 

Logan Circle is a convenient place for tourists since it is just a few hundred meters to the northeast of downtown with all the other tourist attractions. Chinatown’s buzz and excitement is just to the South, and the happening Dupont Circle isn’t far away to the west.

Attractions are the Fourteenth Street Historic District, the Logan Circle Park, Logan Circle Heritage Trail, and Mt. Olivet Lutheran Church.

You can also watch a contemporary play at the Studio Theatre on the 14th St NW, and visit the Mary McLeod Bethune Council House National Historic Site to learn about the activist who fought for equality for women and African- American.

In fact, Logan Circle enjoys similar youthful energy, coupled with a sophisticated charm, to its Western neighbor. This is a mostly residential neighborhood, and the area is crammed with cafes, restaurants, and bars including the Le Diplomate and the Rice Restaurant.

Logan Circle is well catered to with mid-range and five-star boutique hotels, with some of the city’s best places to stay. And, as is the case with much of Washington DC, a great alternative to a hotel stay is to book one of the scores of fully furnished apartments, which represent excellent value for money, and almost make you feel like a resident of the city.

Logan Circle is a revitalized and gentrified urban area redeveloped in the 1980s and 90s as suburban city dwellers moved back into the city’s central areas, breathing new life into previously run-down districts.

These days Logan circle is a very well-heeled and respectable neighborhood with steep property prices and some excellent shopping and infrastructure.

Best places to stay in Washington DC in Logan Circle:

luxury ($$$): Viceroy Washington DC  offers pet-friendly accommodation in Washington, 4 minutes walk from Logan Circle. Guests can enjoy the on-site restaurant. Private parking is available on site.

mid-range ($$): Washington Plaza Hotel This 4-star hotel provides a restaurant and lounge, a seasonal outdoor pool, a car parking, and a gym. It has rooms with flat-screen TVs, a leather chair, a work desk, and a coffee maker.

budget ($): Comfort Inn Downtown DC/Convention Center This hotel is located at the corner of 13th Street and M Street, a short stroll from Washington Convention Center and the Verizon Center. It features guest rooms with a flat-screen TV, a refrigerator, and coffee-making facilities.

hostel ($): Duo Housing This hostel is located 1.8 km from The White House in Washington, Duo Housing offers free WiFi access. The property has a 24-hour front desk and luggage storage.


7. Georgetown


Georgetown a charming waterfront neighborhod located next to Foggy Bottom. It is a prestigious part of town that enjoys a beautiful waterfront setting next to the Potomac River.

Georgetown is along with Dupont Circle, Logan Circle, and Capitol Hill, is one of the safest neighborhoods in Washington DC for tourist. It is an upscale neighborhood, home to many of the politicians and lobbyists.

Georgetown can justifiably claim to be the very heart of Washington DC, since his upmarket and attractive residential neighborhood, on the west side of the city, dates back to the mid-18th century.

There are few places in the USA that feel as European as this district, with its cobblestone streets and beautiful 18th and 19th-century historic red brick buildings. 

Georgetown doesn’t have a Metro station, but it close to Foggy Bottom Metro Station and is well-served by bus, making it a convenient base to see major tourist attractions of Washington.

Georgetown is one of the wealthiest parts of Washington. The area is full of top-class haute cuisine dining, and if you are the kind of shopper who doesn’t worry too much about price tags, you will discover some high-end shopping in this area around Wisconsin Avenue and M Street.

Georgetown is home to Georgetown University, and this institution injects a youthful exuberance into the social fabric of the area. So if you’re looking for some buzzing nightlife, you will find plenty of bars and clubs that cater to a student crowd.

Notable venues include Blues Alley, a jazz club of international renown, or you could try Martin’s Tavern, which belies its unprepossessing look by being the watering hole of many top politicos, including John F. Kennedy.

While you are in Georgetown, you should make the most of its attractive waterfront setting by taking a stroll through Georgetown Harbour Waterfront and Georgetown Park, a delightful oasis of greenery on the banks of the Potomac.

Georgetown Waterfront Park offers stunning views of Theodore Roosevelt Island, Francis Scott Key Bridge, and John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts. This 10-acre park also has many outdoor activities such as kayaking, jogging, and cycling.

Another great park is Dumbarton Oaks Park, where you can The Gardens and Dumbarton Oaks Museum with its big collection of Byzantine and Pre-Columbian art.

You can also have attractions like Exorcist Steps, Old Stone House, Tudor Place Historic House & Garden, and Chesapeake and Ohio Canal to explore in this area.

Georgetown offers all type of accommodations including family-friendly hotels, budget-friendly hotels, boutique hotels, whatever you’re looking for, you’ll find it.

Best places to stay in Washington DC in Georgetown:

mid-range ($$): Georgetown Inn, 4-star hotellocated within walking distance from Georgetown Waterfront Park, also close to John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts, Union Station. It has rooms with a 40-inch TV with cable channels, robes, and an umbrella.

mid-range ($$): The Graham Georgetown, mid-range hotel located close to Georgetown Waterfront Park, Georgetown University, the Shops at Georgetown Park. Rooms are equipped with air conditioned, a flat-screen TV, a private bathroom, toiletries and hairdryers.

budget($): The Georgetown House Boutique Inn Situated along the C&O canal, within easy walking distance from Georgetown’s restaurants and boutiques. Some of the popular restaurants nearby are the Italian Il Canale, Sea-Catch Seafood, Sushi to Go, and Martin’s Tavern.


8. Adams Morgan

Adams Morgan

The historic neighborhood of Adams Morgan is Washington DC’s most hip and happening area. It is centered at the intersection of Columbia Road and 18th Street NW.

Adams Morgan is packed full of affordable accommodation, fabulous international eateries, and scores and scores of bars and clubs. If you are a city lover and revel in areas that run 24/7, then this is the place for you. 

Some of the places to check out nearby are Meridian Hill Park, Lanier Heights, Madam’s Organ blues bar, and Kalorama Recreation Center.

Adams Morgan is located a little to the North of Downtown, and it is well connected to the center of town by the red line of Washington’s Metro service. There are also regular buses that offer a quick and convenient way to get to all of the city center sights.

All you need to do for a great night out is head to 18th Street in the southwest corner of the Adams Morgan since this has an incredible number of bars and clubs packed into a very compact area.

As is the case with so much of central Washington, this is a beautiful area, full of historic Victorian architecture.

Adams Morgan is Washington’s street art center, and the juxtaposition of giant murals and classical architecture has to be seen to be appreciated. Few parts of Washington DC have the spirit and exuberance of this splendid part of the city.

There is also DC Arts Center, where you can 800 square foot gallery and 42 seat black box theater.

If you visit the area on the second Sunday in September, you will have a chance to take part in the annual Adams Morgan Day, with live music, international food, and dances.

Best Places to stay In Adams Morgan:

luxury ($$$): The LINE Hotel DC This five-star hotel is housed inside a 110-year old neoclassical church. It has a rooftop bar, a live broadcast radio station, an all-day bar, café, and coffee shop called No Goodbyes, and Michelin Bib Gourmand-awarded restaurant.

mid-range ($$): Washington Hilton This four-star hotel has an outdoor courtyard, on-site rental car service, private car parking, District Line Restaurant that severes cocktails, American specialties, and a buffet breakfast.


9. Woodley Park

Woodley Park is an excellent place to stay if you want to explore the city from a leafy suburb. The area is located 3 km Northwest of downtown Washington.

Despite being a little way out of the city, it is very simple to get into the center of town by jumping on the subway at the nearby Woodley Park Zoo/ Adams Morgan Station.

The Washington National Cathedral is an imposing edifice on the western side of Woodley Park. Another notable local site is the Smithsonian National Zoological Park, with about 1,800 animals including giant pandas, that is a great place to take the kids.

Heading north from the National Zoological Park is Washington’s largest area of parkland called Rock Creek Park. This is a delightful and extensive area with 2,100 acre of parkland that surrounds a tributary of the Potomac River.

You can find running and biking tracks, picnic spots and the access to the 19th-century grist mill Pierce Mill.

There are plenty of restaurants and sidewalk cafes along Connecticut Avenue that serves Lebanese, Japanese and Cajun cuisine. The Calvert Street is also great spot to grab your drink and dinner.

Since Woodley Park is a little way out of the city center, it is a good choice for people looking for great value accommodation. The area is exceptionally well provided for in terms of boutique hotels, family-friendly hotels, budget-friendly hotels, guest houses, and apartments.

Best places to stay in Woodley Park:


10. Northeast

You will find this neighborhood north of East Capitol Street and east of North Capitol Street. The North East neighborhood has the area called Little Rome or Little Vatican because of its strong links to Catholicism.

Gallaudet University, The Catholic University of America, and Trinity Washington University are all found here.

The United States Conference of Catholic Bishops HQ, the Franciscan Monastery of the Holy Land in America, the National Shrine of the Immaculate Conception, and the Saint John Paul II National Shrine are also local.

Add Union Street Station, the United States National Arboretum, and Kenilworth Aquatic Gardens and you can see its attractions.

Union Station is a transportation hub, a major train station, and one of the largest railway stations in the world. It has rail options in the form of underground MetroRail system, Amtrak, MARC trains, and the Virginia Railway Express.

You can also book a sightseeing tour from Union Station, as Old Town Trolley Tours, DC Ducks, Big Bus Tours, and City Sights DC, all have outlets there.

With good transport links, Northeast makes a great base in the city. There is no problem finding a good restaurant for dinner or planning a night out elsewhere in the city. It is an inexpensive district, and you should be able to find a room to suit any budget.

Best places to stay in Washington DC in the Northeast:


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To sum up, Downtown DC, Georgetown, Capitol Hill, Foggy Bottom, Dupont Circle, Logan Circle, Adams Morgan, and Woodley Park are the best places to stay in Washington DC for tourists and first-time travelers. They offer plenty of things to do and see for all visitors.

Overall, Downtown DC is the best area to stay in Washington DC for first-timer visitors due to its central location and high concentration of hotels, restaurants, bars, and shops. Staying here puts you located within walking distance to many tourist attractions including the National Mall.

So, there you have it, now you too are an expert on where to stay in Washington DC, all that you have to do is make a reservation and start planning your trip. I know that you’re going to have some wonderful experiences in Washington, enjoy!

About Author: Linda Smith

I'm Linda Smith, the Hotel Expert, an experienced travel blogger who passionate about traveling. I'm here to share with you all my travel experiences and tips. I cover a wide range of travel topics, specializing in sharing information about the best areas, neighborhoods, and hotels in each city. I hope all these things will make your travel easier.

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