The world has been erratic recently, to say the least. One thing that makes perfect sense, however, is day-use hotels. Instead of paying a full rate to stay the night, you can get all the enjoyment from the luxurious amenities of a hotel during the day, for a fraction of the price. Locals and travelers alike in Washington D.C. can now take advantage of flexible hourly hotels to work, play, relax—or a combination of all three.
Travel has been interrupted by COVID-19 in a way that’s more than just inconvenient. Everyone is adjusting, but especially those who love exploring new places. Fortunately, Washington D.C.’s day-use hotels offer a way for you to satisfy your travel bug without doing something careless. Planning a daycation can help relieve some of the pent-up pandemic stress, while maybe getting you to discover a new place near home.
The debate between whether remote working is good or bad can go on forever. Regardless of your preference, it’s something that simply has to be done for the time being. People who are really struggling with working from home can try taking their work to a day-use hotel in Washington D.C. Many hotels have great in-room work areas, as well as business services such as printing and copying. It doesn’t matter what your relationship is like with remote work, doing it at a luxurious hotel will provide a necessary change of scenery.
It wouldn’t be an overstatement to say that people are feeling a bit cooped up by the pandemic. If you’re re-watching the same series for the third time, some variety might be a good idea. Spending a day, or even a few hours, in a private, clean hotel room is a great way to mix things up while still staying safe.
The world is changing. But hotels are changing right along with it. Check it out for yourself by booking a day-use room in Washington D.C. with HotelsByDay.
A day use room is a room available for early morning check-in and late-afternoon check-out. For example, a popular time band on HotelsByDay lasts from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Generally, day rooms are 'run of the house' - meaning that whatever room is vacant will be assigned to you. If you have a specific room request, we suggest you write on the 'message' section during your booking, or simply request it at check-in.
Yes. The hotel is under contract to keep your room until one hour prior to your day room check-out time.
In principle, you cannot check-out after your listed check-out time, and could be penalized for doing so. However, if you call the front desk and warn them of your desire to check-out later than the time allocated, depending on availability, you may have to pay a small supplement, depending on your desired check-out delay.
You have two options to book with HotelsByDay:
- You can "pay at the hotel" which grants you free cancellation up to the same day.
- You can also select a "non-refundable" booking. This means that you'll need to provide credit card details to book a day room. Once booked, the hotel will not allow us to change the date, cancel, or refund the stay.