A truly presidential experience

Travelers Explore the Nation’s “Past & Presidents” at Four Washington D.C. BridgeS

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- News on the Net  Monday, February 4, 2013
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HERNDON, Va. –  – BridgeStreet invites travelers to explore the nation’s Capitol during its most bustling season—with rates starting at $151/night when booking three nights or more. Now – March 31, 2013, travelers discover hidden D.C. gems and relish in spacious, downtown accommodations, with everything needed for a truly presidential experience. Offer code: PREZ13.

Past & Presidents• Now – March 31, 2013
Starting at $151/night*

  • 1- or 2-Bedroom Accommodations • Personal D.C. Advisor
  • “Presidents’ Footsteps” Guide • Metro Day-Passes
  • Power Lunch at Old Ebbitt Grill   • Pocket Warmers for Outdoor Excursions


Offering tips on local hot spots and Secret Service-worthy scoop, a Personal D.C. Advisor is available 24/7 to first-time city dwellers. For a glance into the nation’s treasured past, guests hit the ground running with a Presidents’ Footsteps guide featuring walking tours of Lincoln’s Summer Cottage, a stop by Ford Theater and suggested monuments to visit after dark for a star-lit view of American history.

For a bite to eat, travelers dine at Old Ebbitt Grill – the oldest restaurant in D.C., once frequented by Presidents Grant and T. Roosevelt – for oysters, sandwiches, pastas and more. Adventurers keep toasty during daytime strolling with complimentary pocket warmers, while metro passes ensure transportation ease throughout the trip.

Conveniently located just minutes from the White House and Lafayette Park, BridgeStreet Residences, Serviced Apartments and Suites’ four Penn Quarter properties boast an ideal setting for unwinding after a day of sightseeing and adventurous pursuits. An alternative to typical hotel accommodations, spacious apartment-style units with separate bedroom, living and dining spaces combine the luxuries of apartment living and benefits of hotel amenities.

From fully equipped kitchens for the affordable meal “in” and controlled access entrances, to rooftop swimming pools, state of the art fitness centers and 24-hr onsite staff, BridgeStreet offers an unparalleled hospitality experience.

For more information or to book BridgeStreet’s “Past & Presidents” package, visit www.bridgestreet.com or call 1(800) 278-7338.

  • Minimum three-night stay required. Subject to availability, blackout dates may apply.

About BridgeStreet

With more than 50,000 apartments in over 60 countries, BridgeStreet is the leading global provider of fully furnished residences, serviced apartments and suites for travelers seeking an alternative to typical hotel accommodations. BridgeStreet’s 5-star Residences, 4-star Serviced Apartments and 3-star Suites combine the luxuries of apartment living and benefits of hotel amenities, with a variety of service packages to offer each guest more options. Widely recognized for uncompromising standards of quality, comfort and service, BridgeStreet is a renowned award winner in both the Americas and EMEA. For more information on BridgeStreet, please visit www.bridgestreet.com



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