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Tidal Basin at Winter

Dear Journalists,

Think Washington, DC for travel stories this spring and beyond. Here’s why:  

Go deeper: Each section below has even more on reasons to visit in 2023 and our team is ready to assist with your stories.

Warm regards,

Danielle Davis
Vice President, Communications
Destination DC 

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District Developments

With 9.3 billion in development, investment in the city continues to surge. Learn more about upcoming projects.

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Hotel Happenings

The city has 17 new hotels and 4,539 additional rooms in the pipeline including renovations, new properties and brands in various neighborhoods.

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Dining & Drinking

New restaurants in DC have menu offerings from top local chefs that are sure to provide a delightful taste of spring.

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Calendar of Events

Spring in Washington, DC is one-of-a-kind.

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Long-Lead Inspiration

Enjoy the sunshine with summer happenings like the Smithsonian Folklife Festival and MLS All-Star Week.

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Industry Updates

Learn about strategies for meeting with purpose in the nation’s capital.

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