Let Hyatt be your home away from home during your stay in Washington DC, with two inviting hotels set around the city’s highlights to offer you the ultimate in convenience and comfort. Washington, DC is the perfect place to learn about the people and events that have shaped America’s history! Your tour will take you to more than 30 landmarks, including the White House, the US Capitol and the Lincoln Memorial (just to name a few), and your expert guide will impart the history and little-known facts of the nation’s capital.

Take in all of this excitement of the city and more during your stay at one of two beautiful Hyatt properties. The Grand Hyatt Washington is an ideal home base for a getaway to the nation’s capital because it has lobby access to the Metro Center subway station. With an address on Capitol Hill, the Hyatt Regency Washington is within walking distance of the Smithsonian, the National Mall, monuments and museums. Both hotels boast easy access to DC’s landmarks, and comfortable settings in which to unwind after days of sightseeing and touring.

Whether this is your first or fifth trip to our nation’s capital, there is always something new to learn about American history, the culture and icons, and this guided tour is the perfect way to explore! Your expert tour guide will provide you with tons of information, including little-known facts, and will take you to over 30 sights and attractions, allowing you free time to explore a dozen of them. From the Martin Luther King, Jr. Memorial to the Iwo Jima Memorial, the Vietnam Veterans Memorial to the FDR Memorial, and so much more, you’ll find the patriotic spirit and historic charm all around the city!

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