(PRWEB) December 28, 2005
There are many things visitors can do for free in Washington, DC—visit the Air and Space Museum, say hello to baby panda Tai-Shan at the National Zoo, or even take in a performance at the Kennedy Center’s Millennium Stage. But parking? That can cost a pretty penny—unless you visit between now and January 16.
Hilton Washington Embassy Row, the popular boutique hotel located in the Dupont Circle, is offering a special package to relieve the stress, hassle, and cost of parking in the city. Visitors who book the “Eat n Park” package will receive complementary parking at the hotel for the duration of their stay, freeing them to explore the city in the most convenient way—by Metro, taxi, or simply on foot.
And, to help guests fuel up for an energetic day, the Hilton will provide guests a free breakfast buffet each morning.
Situated in the heart of northwest, DC, the Hilton Washington Embassy Row provides the perfect central location for exploring the all that the city has to offer, from world-famous landmarks like the White House to cultural gems such as the Phillips Collection.
As a bonus to culinary connoisseurs, this special runs concurrent to the city’s ever popular Restaurant Week (January 9 – 15), where a multitude of restaurants offer three-course lunch and dinner menus for $20.06 and $30.06, respectively.
To take advantage of the Hilton Washington Embassy Row’s Eat n Park Package, call 202-265-1600 or visit http://www.hiltonembassyrow.com.
Centrally located at 2015 Massachusetts Ave., NW and just half a block from the Dupont Circle Metro station, the Hilton Washington Embassy Row hotel gives guests easy access to all D.C. has to offer, from the White House and the National Zoo, to trendy neighborhoods like Dupont Circle, Adams Morgan and Georgetown. For more information on other special events and packages for 2005 and reservations, call (202) 265-1600 or toll-free 800-695-7460, or visit the hotel's Web site at http://www.hiltonembassyrow.com. The Hilton Washington Embassy Row is managed by Interstate Hotels & Resorts, the nation's largest independent hotel management company.
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