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Hotel choices in DC for Thanksgiving

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Looking at spending three nights in Washington DC for Thanksgiving. Rates are all over the place, many now dramatically coming down for that holiday weekend. Haven't been there in years. We'll be driving so need parking (which seems to be as high as NYC prices!
Several great deals are JW Marriott by the White House, Westin in Foggy Bottom, and the Palomar near Dupont Circle. Which would you choose? Or any other suggestions specifically?
I know there are a couple good deals with parking (I think) at Georgetown Suites, Avenue Suites, and the Harbor Georgetown Suites, and some others. But we don't really want a hotel overrun with kids and families on that weekend -- which seems likely at those advertised "family friendly" places when I read the reviews.

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