Lobby bar at The Madison Washington, DC

Lord Baltimore Hotel, The French Kitchen Restaurant

Salamander Resort & Spa, Middleburg, Virginia

Virginia Beach oceanfront

Lobby bar at The Madison Washington, DC

Lord Baltimore Hotel, The French Kitchen Restaurant

Salamander Resort & Spa, Middleburg, Virginia

Virginia Beach oceanfront

Where to Stay in the Capital Region USA

Wondering where to stay in the Capital Region? Unwind in stylish city hotels, seaside properties and countryside resorts you explore Maryland, Virginia and Washington, DC.


The region’s cosmopolitan cities offer an exceptional variety of attractions, shopping, dining and more — put Washington, DC, Arlington and Baltimore on your itinerary.

Downtown DC

Staying downtown puts you within walking distance of the city’s most famous attractions. Staying at The Madison, Washington DC puts you in distinguished company — many presidents and celebrities have spent the night at this ultra-modern luxury hotel. 


This lively DC neighbourhood is a hub for shopping and dining. At high-end The Westin Georgetown, enjoy easy access to designer stores, great restaurants and other attractions.

Embassy Row

Embassy Row is home to almost 200 embassies. Join DC’s inner circle with a stay at Canopy By Hilton Washington Dc Embassy Row Hotel, a casually upscale hotel convenient to many major points of interest.

Arlington, Virginia

Just across the Potomac River from DC, the Residence Inn Arlington Rosslyn offers spacious rooms and quick access to the capital city from the Rosslyn Metro station.

Baltimore, Maryland

Baltimore’s Inner Harbor is teeming with things to do. The award-winning Days Inn by Wyndham Baltimore Inner Harbor offers excellent value and is just a few blocks from major attractions including the National Aquarium and baseball’s Oriole Park at Camden Yards.

Also downtown, the exquisite Lord Baltimore Hotel, in a French Renaissance building, offers historic ambiance and rich amenities.


The region’s Atlantic Coast beaches offer rest, relaxation and recreation. A highlight along the coast is Virginia Beach, where 35 miles of coast line promise sand, sunshine, fun and many picture perfect moments.

Virginia Beach, Virginia

Besides the sandy beach and sparkling water, a major centre of activity is the Virginia Beach Boardwalk. This three-mile promenade provides the perfect path for walking or bicycling, and it connects many attractions, restaurants and hotels. The Comfort Inn & Suites Oceanfront is located on the boardwalk near the famous Neptune Statue and Neptune’s Park. Also on the boardwalk, the Holiday Inn & Suites Virginia Beach — North Beach offers resort-style amenities including three outdoor pools.

Having stood watch over the oceanfront for nearly a century, Virginia Beach's Cavalier Resort irecently underwent extensive renovations to restor its original grandeur while adding the amenitites and technologies that today's traveller demands. Also part of the Cavalier Resort, the newly opened Marriott Virginia Beach Oceanfront offers 305 guest rooms and suites, all with sweeping ocean views. 

Beach homes and holiday apartment rentals are also available. Sandbridge Realty helps connect visitors to their preferred type of property, whether it’s a family-friendly home with a pool or a top-floor apartment with luxury amenities. 

Ocean City, Maryland

Ocean City is another popular beach destination in the region offering a number of oceanfront accommodations. From the amenity-packed Hilton Ocean City Oceanfront Suites  to the family-owned Atlantic Hotel set right along the city's famous boardwalk to camping at the state's only oceanfront park, there's a perfect beach getaway waiting for you in Ocean City.


Loudoun County, Virginia, known as DC’s wine country, is home to family-owned vineyards, quaint historic towns and the estates of notable American figures.

Middleburg, Virginia

In Middleburg, experience Virginia’s horse country with a relaxing stay at the new Salamander Resort & Spa. Take a scenic trail ride on horseback, treat yourself to a facial, or read a book in the library — the equestrian-themed resort offers a wide range of activities. Many fine dining options include organic foods grown on site. Wine country and horse country merge at the resort’s Gold Cup Wine Bar, which serves local wines fit for a champion. 

Looking for travel ideas? Explore the best of the Capital Region with this 7-day stay or plan your 15-day Capital Region road trip around Maryland, Virginia and Washington, DC.