A cool and comfortable DuPont Circle studio in the middle of it all. Kick back and relax in the most sought after neighborhood in Washington, D.C. This fully equipped modern studio doesn't miss a thing. Our house is your house.
This 500 sq foot studio comes equipped with a brand new queen size bed, a 42" television with free Netflix and Hulu, hi speed internet, a 24 hour gym, on site laundry and all of the amenities and extras you need for a carefree effortless trip.
Corporate bookings are welcome. We have tons of experience working directly with your team to get you the best rates and best accommodations.
Entire home, 24 hour gym, business center and me, your 24 hour host!
I am not just your host but also but also offer personal concierge services during your stay. In the spirit of "live the life a local" my team and I can manage from the smallest of tasks like booking reservations to planning your entire visit to Washington DC. For as little as $35 I am available to simplify all of your needs during your so that you can spend your time doing what matters most to you. Whether it's travel and tourism services like tour scheduling, reservations or tickets or your in need of someone to manage tasks that are weighing you down my personal concierge team is available to you during your stay.
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Parking deserves special treatment. On weekdays, visitors to the city will have to pay for a garage spot (check /parking panda for best rates on garages)). On-street parking is limited city-wide by meter or by residential zone. Metered parking is present throughout commercial areas, and meters will be limited to two hours. Street parking is free, but limited to two hours (starting from when you first park) in each zone per day, until 8PM. So, presumably, you could move your car around the eight zones throughout the day and then find a metered spot to ditch your car overnight, but that clearly would not be practical. Weekends are more accommodating to guests, as parking restrictions ease a bit on Saturdays, and are mostly gone on Sundays. Be forewarned, though, that the city has potential near-term plans to extend zone and meter restrictions into the weekends.
So if you are coming by car, what to do? The giant $20/day lot at Union Station is a good bet.
You can also usually find better parking rates just outside the city near outer Metro stops (three of which have a very limited number of multi-day (up to ten days) parking spots: Greenbelt, Huntington, and Franconia-Springfield). And if you just don't want to pay for parking period, head over to a residential area in the suburbs near a Metro station to ditch your car, then walk or catch a bus to the station and head into D.C.!
Please be respectful of our home. We do not allow parties or events. If you violate the no party/no event rules there will be a $500 fine collected through Airbnb.
Most importantly - have a wonderful time in DC.
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Hi I am Nicole, a seven year Washington DC resident and lover of all things Airbnb. I was a bartender at DC's oldest and most prestigious saloon, The Old Ebbitt Grill and now spend all of my time doing Airbnb - spreading my love for hospitality and DC to bold world travelers!
I love hosting guests and am committed to giving you the most authentic Washington DC experience. Can't wait to meet you!