Washington, D.C. Serviced Apartments & Corporate Housing
The capital of the United States, the home of some of the most historic attractions and monuments in the world, a popular hub for international travel - there is no shortage of activity in Washington, D.C. For this reason, BridgeStreet offers a wide range of Washington, D.C. Serviced Apartments. With locations throughout the city and surrounding areas, visitors are never far from popular and important locations.
This American city is unique for being established by the U.S. Constitution to serve as the nation's capital. The city was originally built on a 10-square-mile piece of the Territory of Columbia, which formerly belonged to Virginia and Maryland. The District of Columbia was named after Christopher Columbus.
Today, the city spans 68.2 square miles and Washington, D.C. Serviced Apartments can put visitors in the midst of all the important locations for business as well as the many historic sites worth a visit. Home to about 618,000 people, according to the U.S. Census Bureau, the city boasts of a diverse population.
Corporate Housing for Business & Government Travel
With so much business and government-related travel taking place in Washington, D.C. every year, it is important that visitors feel at home while they are here. BridgeStreet's Washington, D.C. corporate housing options offer a home-like environment with full furnishings and décor, as well as the space and privacy of your own bedroom, living room, dining room and kitchen. Feel like a local with corporate housing from BridgeStreet.
The federal government and tourism are two mainstays of D.C.'s economy. The city hosts the headquarters of many unions and companies, as well as professional and nonprofit organizations. Washington, D.C. Serviced Apartments are excellent options for those in town for business.
Washington, D.C. has three primary airports: Ronald Reagan National Airport, Washington Dulles International Airport and Baltimore/Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport. These three airports combined see more than 64 million passengers annually, and the city has developed a "transient community" reputation as diverse workers come and go. As the home for the federal government, professionals attracted to this area include government workers, U.S. Congress members from states across the nation, foreign emissaries, lobbyists, petitioners and protestors.
Experience D.C. to the Fullest with Serviced Apartments
The Washington Monument and Lincoln Memorial, the White House, the U.S. Capitol Building and the Smithsonian are just a few of the many reasons to visit Washington, D.C. To get an up close look at the Washington, D.C. you see in history books and the movies, you can head to the National Mall, a two-mile stretch of land leading from the Lincoln Memorial to the Capitol. This area is where a number of the Smithsonian museums can be found, including the picture-perfect Smithsonian Castle. This stretch also encompasses the National Archives, the National Gallery of Art and the U.S. Botanic Gardens. Washington, D.C. Serviced Apartments will put visitors close enough to take in everything that the National Mall and the rest of the city have to offer.
Featuring a history like no other U.S. city, Washington, D.C. is a wonderful vacation destination. BridgeStreet offers Washington, D.C. Serviced Apartments that are conveniently located in the heart of historic neighborhoods so that you can experience our nation's capital in comfort and style. In addition to its historic sites and museums, the city also has more than 40 theater venues and more than 100 restaurants in the downtown district alone, featuring a wide range of cuisines.
Locate a Washington, D.C. Serviced Apartment today and learn more about the benefits of corporate housing with BridgeStreet.