Extended Stay in Washington, DC, Hotel Near White House - AKA
  • AKA White House in Washington DC has been wonderful. Who would have thought a suite in the center of DC would have such a large living space? I slept better in the AKA bed than my bed at home. I liked it so much I even inquired about buying an AKA bed for my home!

    Business Traveler
    World Bank

The AKA luxury extended stay in Washington, DC is ideal for its location and amenities

AKA White House is centrally located just two blocks from the nation’s most important residential address, as well as in close proximity to many noteworthy business and arts institutions including the World Bank, the Treasury Department, the International Monetary Fund, and the Corcoran Gallery of Art.

AKA White House provides residents a Washington, DC furnished apartment for rent that is both contemporary and well-appointed. Featuring spacious one and two bedroom residences with king size beds, marble bathrooms with glass shower doors, elegantly designed living rooms, and full kitchens, as well as spectacular Washington DC penthouse suites with spacious terrace and outdoor dining areas. The newly renovated lobby and Washington DC lounge, inspired by a residential living room, is an ideal place to enjoy a coffee in the morning or a cocktail at the end of a long day.

AKA furnished apartments in Washington, DC are close to America’s most prominent institutions and monuments

From AKA White House, take a picturesque stroll through leafy Lafayette Square, named in honor of General Lafayette of France; head farther South and visit the National Mall, where the spectacular Washington Monument and Lincoln Memorial are truly awe-inspiring sights. Whether you are in town for a week or many months, AKA's Resident Team at our extended stay in Washington, D.C. is able to plan a memorable tour itinerary of the many exciting attractions in the nation’s capital and surrounding areas.

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