Stretch out in an apartment just outside of Washington, D.C., for $79 per night. Visit through August for three nights or longer -- including weekends -- to save more than 45% on current rates for a studio apartment.
Or for $15 more per night, unwind in a one-bedroom apartment.
Guests at Oakwood Falls Church receive complimentary parking (for which D.C. hotels usually charge $40 per night), Wi-Fi and fitness center access. Each apartment features a full kitchen, and the property serves a free continental Sunday brunch.
Guests can zip into the heart of Washington, D.C., from a nearby Metro station in fewer than 20 minutes. Or stay closer to the property and explore Tysons Corner, an upscale shopping district six miles away.
Note: A three-night minimum stay is required. This property always has someone available to assist guests. Daily housekeeping is not included, but units are fully stocked with ample supplies. Most have a washer-dryer.