Spring is here! And so are the cherry blossoms in our nation’s capital.
You and your family can visit Washington, D.C. and not only see the national monuments, but enjoy the blooming of these beautiful flowers.
Celebrate spring and save with these hotel deals from AAA Arizona:
Marriott Washington Wardman Park from $169 per night*
Even among the most sophisticated hotels in Washington, DC, the AAA Three Diamond Wardman Park Marriott rises above the rest. With a blend of charm, modern elegance and a historic landmark setting, this hotel's stunning guest rooms, and impeccable service make it the perfect choice for all travelers. AAA members also enjoy complimentary breakfast.
The DoubleTree by Hilton Washington D.C . from $184 per night*
This Three Diamond AAA Property is close to the White House and the National Monuments, and just blocks from the nightlife in DuPont Circle. Amenities include a business center, high-speed Internet access, and courtyard. This property also offers room service, valet parking, and babysitting.
The Mayflower Renaissance Washington D.C. Hotel from $199 per night*
Stay in the center of it all at This AAA Four Diamond property. The Mayflower is D.C.'s largest luxury hotel, a national landmark, a member of Historic Hotels of America and is located in the heart of the business district. It’s also just four blocks from the White House, minutes away from Smithsonian museums and national monuments, and steps away from the city's finest restaurants and shopping.
Visit AAA.com/travel for more information or to book.
*Price is based on double occupancy for select travel dates. Prices are subject to change, availability and prior sale. Other conditions and restrictions may apply.
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