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Deal of the Day: Washington, D.C., from $119 (For Real!)

By The Budget Travel Editors
June 28, 2016
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Washington, D.C., is a fave destination for Budget Travelers, with more world-class freebies (like museums, historical sites, monuments, and memorials) than just about anywhere else in America. This summer, Travelzoo makes our nation's capital more affordable than ever with this deal at the Hilton Arlington from $119, a 39 percent savings in an upgraded room, including breakfast, Wi-Fi, and parking.

The Hilton Arlington's newly renovated Club Level Rooms offer access to a private lounge where a complimentary breakfast and evening hors d'oeuvres are served; the hotel is a short Metro ride from must-see sights like the White House, National Mall, and the Smithsonian museums; and summer in D.C. includes the chance to take in a Capitals baseball game or soak up the D.C. Jazz Festival or the Smithsonian Folklife Festival.

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