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DC Hotel Family Rooms to Sleep 5, 6, 7, 8

Washington DC hotels that can accommodate 5, 6, 7, or 8 in one family room are listed in
alphabetical order below the interactive Google map which shows each hotel location.
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are included, for budgets from affordable to luxury.
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Avenue Suites – Georgetown

Avenue Suites – Georgetown

The Avenue Suites – Georgetown Hotel (formerly Washington Suites) is fairly centrally located in the Georgetown neighborhood. Foggy Bottom-GWU Metro station is three and 1/2 blocks east. The White House is nine blocks away. The hotel can accommodate as many as six in its one bedroom deluxe suites. The rooms have two tvs, and either […]

Capitol Hill Hotel

Capitol Hill Hotel

Located in Washington DC’s historic district, amongst brick rowhouses and near the Capitol Building, this boutique hotel has 153 guest rooms. One bedroom suites have either a kitchen or kitchenette, 1 King bed, plus a pullout sofa bed. A crib or rollaway bed may be reserved, depending on availability. Each suite also has two TVs, […]

Clarion Collection Hotel Arlington Court Suites

Clarion Collection Hotel Arlington Court Suites

Two blocks from a DC Metro station, and four miles to Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport, this hotel has suites with kitchens to sleep 5 with 2 Queen beds and a sofa bed or extra bed. The hotel offers a free shuttle within a one mile radius, a fitness center, free breakfast, and free wireless […]

Embassy Suites Washington DC – Convention Center

Embassy Suites Washington DC – Convention Center

This non-smoking hotel, centrally located near the Washington DC Convention Center, has suites that can sleep 5 with 2 Double beds in the bedroom, and a full-size sofa bed in the living area. Each suite has 2 TVs, a refrigerator, a microwave, and a coffee or tea maker. Additionally, to sleep 6, the Presidential Suite […]

Georgetown Suites

Georgetown Suites

This hotel is comprised of two buildings half a block apart, near Washington DC’s M Street in historic Georgetown. There are two bedroom suites that can accommodate a family of 5, and one bedroom suites that allow the addition of a rollaway bed or crib. Each suite has a full kitchen with dishwasher, HDTV, and […]

Holiday Inn Capitol

Holiday Inn Capitol

Located one block from the National Air & Space Museum and the L’Enfant Plaza Metro Station, this hotel has suites that can accommodate a family of 5. The suite has a King bed, a King sofa pullout bed, and a rollaway may be added to sleep 5. There is a refrigerator and 42″ HD TV […]

Homewood Suites by Hilton Dulles Int’l Airport

Homewood Suites by Hilton Dulles Int’l Airport

Under four miles from Dulles Airport, and 24 miles to Washington DC, this hotel has suites to sleep a family of 5 or 6. A one-bedroom suite has two Double beds in the bedroom and a sofa bed in the living area. A two-bedroom suite has a King bed on one bedroom, two Double beds […]

Hostelling International

Hostelling International

This hostel is centrally located, 8 blocks from the White House. It has dorm style rooms (bunk beds) in four, six, eight and ten bed configurations. A family of five would need to book a room for six but at about $33.00/night (per person) as of 2015, it may be worth it in expensive Washington, […]

Hotel George

Hotel George

Adjacent to the Capitol Building, and one block to Union Metro Station, this Washington DC hotel has rooms with 2 Queen beds and a sofa sleeper bed. Some have a tub in the bathroom, in addition to the shower. The hotel offers an evening wine reception, free wifi internet to Kimpton members (free membership), a […]

Hotel Harrington

Hotel Harrington

Located 1/2 a block from Pennsylvania Avenue, between the Capitol and the White House, this 242-room hotel has various room options to sleep up to 6. Some are two-room suites, and some are large rooms with two Queen beds and a twin bed. Parking in a nearby garage is available for an extra fee. The […]

Hotel Madera

Hotel Madera

In the Dupont Circle area of Washington DC, two blocks from a Metro station, this hotel can accommodate a family of 5, 6, 7, or 8 in the Bunk Room with two Queen beds, twin bunk beds, and a pull-out sofa bed. The hotel offers an evening wine reception, complimentary morning coffee and tea, free […]

Hotel Monaco

Hotel Monaco

Located across from the Smithsonian National Portrait Gallery, and near the International Spy Museum, this Washington DC hotel has suites with a King bed, and a pull-out Queen sofa bed. A crib (no charge) or rollaway bed (extra fee per day) may be available upon request. The Hotel Monaco offers an evening wine reception, and […]

One Washington Circle Hotel

One Washington Circle Hotel

Another centrally located hotel, near Georgetown. These rooms include one bedroom suites with a king or queen size bed, and sofa bed in the living area, and a balcony and kitchen. The internet DC special included parking and two metro passes which puts it potentially in our moderate category if you would be using these […]

Virginian Suites Arlington

Virginian Suites Arlington

One metro stop from downtown Washington DC, this hotel has suites to accommodate a family of 5, 6, and even 7! The online reservation system indicates whether a rollaway bed (extra fee per day) or crib is an option for certain suite configurations. A 1-bedroom suite with 2 Double beds and 2 TVs, or a […]

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6 Responses to Washington DC

  1. Carissa Miller February 10, 2014 at 10:11 am #

    This is fabulous! We have 3 kids and traveled to New York last year and DC this year. Looking for a large enough hotel room in our budget is super stressful and hard to find! Thanks for doing the leg work!

    • Sandy Nielsen February 10, 2014 at 1:20 pm #

      Thank you for your comment! We love to hear that someone has found our website helpful!

      Our mission for this website is to help families avoid the inconvenience and expense of reserving two hotel rooms.

      We’ll have more hotels and locations to add this year. If you learn of a hotel to sleep a family of 5 that is not listed yet on Sleeps5, do let us know!

      Best regards,
      Sandy and Holly
      Sleeps5

  2. Katie McK January 19, 2017 at 1:25 pm #

    We have stayed in the Residence Inn Arlington in Pentagon City and it is great for families! They have 2 bedroom suites that easily fit our family of five. It is close to a mall with a kid friendly food court and close to a metro stop that takes you right downtown.

    • Sandy Nielsen January 24, 2017 at 7:15 am #

      Dear Katie,

      Thank you so much for your comment, and letting us know about the Residence Inn Arlington in Pentagon City! We will look into that and add a listing for it to the Washington DC page.

      I’m glad you found a hotel that fit your family, and the location sounds great with the nearby eatery options and easy transportation.

      Your information will help other families who are looking for a place to stay in DC. Thank you for taking the time to write!

      Sincerely,

      Sandy and Holly
      Sleeps5.com

  3. Carolyn March 31, 2017 at 7:58 pm #

    Thanks so much for doing this! It is alway more difficult finding rooms for a family of 5. We do not like being crammed into one room but in expensive areas, paying for two rooms can be outrageous. Many places will not guarantee adjoining rooms either. We stayed at Kimpton hotel- Rouge in DC. It has a room with 2 queen beds and a bunk bed so could sleep up to 6. The bathroom is a little small.

    • Sandy Nielsen March 31, 2017 at 11:53 pm #

      Dear Carolyn,

      Thank you so much for letting us know about your stay at Kimpton Hotel Rouge in DC. That is great to know about the bed configuration, and we’ll add it to our DC list. That information will help other families of 5 or 6 traveling to Washington DC.

      We are very thankful for your words of appreciation, as well! It’s nice to know when a family travel planner has found our site useful!

      Sincerely,

      Sandy Nielsen
      Sleeps5.com

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