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Georgetown is a historic neighborhood known for its ample dining options and major shopping area. Here you'll find plenty to visit, including Volta Park and Tudor Place. With 29 hotels and other accommodations, Georgetown is a good starting point for exploring the greater Washington area.
You’ll find several accommodation choices in this walkable neighborhood, and you may want to consider one of these top places to stay:
Georgetown may not have hotels or other lodging options to fit your needs, but there are other places to consider in Washington. Embassy Row is a neighborhood known for its top museums, notable monuments, and interesting historical sites. This neighborhood is home to 39 hotels and other accommodations including these favorites:
Attractions like Dumbarton Oaks, Museum of Contemporary Art, and Veerhoff Galleries highlight Washington's local culture. Volta Park and Tudor Place are some other sights worth a stop when you're in the neighborhood.
Embassy Row is a nearby neighborhood, and you might want to check out some attractions like Woodrow Wilson House, Embassy of Haiti, and Dumbarton Bridge while you're here. Think about a stop by Anderson House Museum, Phillips Collection, and Embassy of India during your stay.