United States Forums

Post New Topic

Recent Activity

View all United States activity »
  1. 1 http://healthelitego.com/ion-z-brain/
  2. 2 Clients will have got to expect to
  3. 3 There is a variety of methods a person
  4. 4 Trip Report http://www.healthbuzzer.com/boostero/
  5. 5 http://boostupmuscles.com/alpha-force-testo/
  6. 6 http://www.health2facts.org/testo-boost-x/
  7. 7 Oakland airport...your opinions please...
  8. 8 HELP! Solo road trip - the Deep south - Hints & Tips needed!
  9. 9 Suggestions for Philadelphia
  10. 10 Bed and Breakfast
  11. 11 Weekend Getaway with Sights and Horsebackriding Help!!
  12. 12 New England Winter get away with older kids
  13. 13 New Years Eve in NYC
  14. 14 Route from South Rim Grand Canyon to Moab?
  15. 15 Trip Report Harpers Ferry weekend
  16. 16 Quick Honeymoon ideas for Nov?
  17. 17 DCArea GTG April 2017
  18. 18 Looking for a Bed and breakfast
  19. 19 Moving to a new state looking for advice
  20. 20 SF with school-age kids -- too much to choose!
  21. 21 Lake Tahoe Honeymoon
  22. 22 Myrtle Beach hotels that meet my specific criteria
  23. 23 Broadway Banter? Fall 2016 - calling HowardR
  24. 24 which airport when going to Stamford,CT?
  25. 25 Trip Report Today it rained…on the road in the PNW
View next 25 » Back to the top

Suggestions for a girls weekend getaway near DC?

Jump to last reply

Hi there! I'm looking for suggestions for a hotel in the DC area for a girls weekend getaway. It's a gift for my mom, who lives in the MD suburbs but hasn't explored much outside the major DC monuments. I'd like to find a nice hotel in the city to take her for a fun weekend "away" (couldn't swing the airfare, so we're stuck to driving distance locations) I'd like to find something in the $150-$200/night price range, convenient to good shopping, metro and maybe a good spa. She's used to staying in the Motel 6 type places, so something more upscale would thrill her! I've heard Georgetown has good for shopping, but I'd love some suggestions for other fun locations as well. We'll have a car, though I'd prefer to drive as little as possible in the DC traffic. I'm a little familiar with the area, but haven't lived there in 10+ years, so I'd love some advice for where to stay, what to do and some neat places to eat.
Thanks so much!!

5 Replies |Back to top

Sign in to comment.