Find & Book Government Rate Hotels in Washington, D.C.
Enjoy excellent value at our well-appointed Washington, D.C. hotels on your next official visit to the nation’s capital. Sonesta’s government rate hotels are located in central Washington, D.C., minutes away from the capital’s key landmarks and institutions, from The White House to the United States Capitol. Thoughtfully designed to delight every kind of traveler, our hotels offer amenities and services to make you feel both productive and well-cared for. Explore our featured properties to find your ideal location, rates, and amenities for your next visit to Washington, D.C.
FAQs about Government Rate Hotels in Washington, D.C.
Stay within minutes of the United States Capitol at:
- The Royal Sonesta Washington, DC Capitol Hill, located less than a mile from the Capitol
- The Royal Sonesta Washington DC Dupont Circle, located 2 miles from the Capitol
Find well-appointed hotels within walking distance of The White House at:
- The Royal Sonesta Washington DC Dupont Circle, located 1 mile away
- The Royal Sonesta Washington, DC Capitol Hill, located 1.5 miles away
Yes, our government rate hotels are pet friendly and look forward to hosting your cuddly companion on your next visit to the nation’s capital.
Both hotels do not charge fees for pets. Explore our Pets Are Welcome at Sonesta (PAWS) policy as well as the hotel’s individual pet policy before booking your stay.
At Sonesta, you can seamlessly mix business with a family adventure. Bring your family (pets included!) to Washington, D.C. on your next official visit.
From 24/7 business centers and modern meeting spaces to spacious suites and recreation amenities, find everything you need to feel productive, relaxed, and well-cared for.
Government per diem hotel rates are the maximum daily lodging allowance that a government agency will reimburse its employees for when they are traveling on official business. This rate is determined by the government and can vary based on the location of the travel and the time of year.
Hotels that offer government per diem rates usually do not charge more than the maximum allowed amount for their rooms, providing more favorable rates to government (and often military) employees as a token of gratitude for their service.