Washington DC Historic Bed And Breakfast Inn – Accommodation Options Upgraded

American Guest House announced the availability of bed and breakfast accommodation options in Washington, DC. They aim to offer clean, comfortable rooms for tourists and business travelers.

American Guest House, a centrally-located bed and breakfast near Dupont Circle, has upgraded the availability of its B&B accommodation options in Washington, DC following the reopening of several museums and attractions in the city.

Visit https://www.americanguesthouse.com for more information.

The recent announcement seeks to offer tourists and business travelers the opportunity to book a stay in one of the comfortable rooms in a historic DC building within walking distance of DC’s biggest attractions.

The pandemic has affected the DC Area tourism sector the hardest. Travel was limited for a long time and museums and other attractions across the world had to shut down. However, with the vaccine rollout in process across the US, people are starting to travel again and many attractions are starting to reopen in a limited capacity.

In the Washington DC area, many local museums and attractions have announced that they are opening their doors in the spring of 2021. The health and safety regulations remain in place, such as limitations on the number of visitors, reduced hours, and mask requirements, but it is now possible to visit the Artechouse, the Glenstone Museum, the National Gallery of Art, and many other top DC attractions.

The historic Washington DC B&B, American Guest House, offers several types of rooms that are suitable for business travelers and tourists. They also provide complimentary breakfast.

Learn more at https://www.linkedin.com/in/americanguesthouse

The B&B has been welcoming guests for more than 16 years, and the team are committed to maintaining impeccably clean rooms and providing their guests with memorable experiences. With this new announcement, they seek to uphold that commitment.

American Guest House is owned and operated by Lucia Rosan who purchased the property in 2003. After renovations, the bed and breakfast was opened in 2004. There are 12 guest rooms with ensuite bathrooms, a small kitchen, a parlor, and a dining room.

A satisfied client said: “We wished we’d stayed longer. The room was immaculately clean and well-kept, with everything we needed. We loved the surprise they left in our room to celebrate our anniversary.”

Interested parties can find out more by visiting https://www.americanguesthouse.com/blog/2021/04/what-is-open-in-washington-dc-during-the-pandemic.html

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