Hotels near Anacostia
“A journey is a person in itself; no two are alike.”
- John Steinbeck
Anacostia and the Southwest riverside have long been viewed as the wrong side of D.C. due to high crime rates, but local residents and business owners have worked tirelessly to revitalize the area. Now you'll find murals to rival Adams Morgan's, plus a handful of restaurants as good as those across the 11th Street Bridge. Cedar Hill provides excellent panoramic views of the national's capitol. The Frederick Douglass National Historic Site and historical Uniontown are both worth a stop. While urban renewal efforts continue, it's best to visit Anacostia during the day. The area can be accessed by the Anacostia metro stop.

Hipmunk's Best Hotels near Anacostia

Hotel Lombardy
Hotel Lombardy
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4.1
2153 reviews
2019 Pennsylvania Ave Nw, Washington
from $119
Beacon Hotel & Corporate Quarters
Beacon Hotel & Corporate Quarters
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3.5
1577 reviews
1615 Rhode Island Ave Nw, Washington
from $91
Club Quarters in Washington DC
Club Quarters in Washington DC
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3.8
2337 reviews
839 17th St NW, Washington
from $99
Willard InterContinental Washington
Willard InterContinental Washington
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4.0
1769 reviews
1401 Pennsylvania Ave Nw, Washington
from $181
Morrison Clark Hotel
Morrison Clark Hotel
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3.6
937 reviews
1015 L St Nw, Washington
from $99
One Washington Circle Hotel
One Washington Circle Hotel
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4.0
1992 reviews
1 Washington Circle NW, Washington
from $129
Georgetown Inn
Georgetown Inn
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3.4
458 reviews
1310 Wisconsin Ave Nw, Washington
from $159
Holiday Inn Washington-Georgetown
Holiday Inn Washington-Georgetown
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3.8
1081 reviews
2101 Wisconsin Ave NW, Washington
from $86
W Washington D.C.
W Washington D.C.
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3.6
1085 reviews
515 15th Street, NW, Washington
from $219
The Capital Hilton
The Capital Hilton
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3.6
2028 reviews
1001 16th St NW, Washington
from $109
More About Hotels near Anacostia...

Anacostia and the Southwest riverside have long been viewed as the wrong side of D.C. due to high crime rates, but local residents and business owners have worked tirelessly to revitalize the area. Now you'll find murals to rival Adams Morgan's, plus a handful of restaurants as good as those across the 11th Street Bridge. Cedar Hill provides excellent panoramic views of the national's capitol. The Frederick Douglass National Historic Site and historical Uniontown are both worth a stop. While urban renewal efforts continue, it's best to visit Anacostia during the day. The area can be accessed by the Anacostia metro stop.

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