Traveling for work is draining: dealing with delays, eating mediocre meals, trying not to kick that person who snores like a lawnmower on Amtrak. With all of those uncontrollable elements, you might as well treat yourself to something that is actually in your hands—an amazing Airbnb.

We guarantee that these 5 choices will leave you feeling refreshed and ready for whatever madness the world throws your way. Prepare to feel refreshed!

 

Get Cozy In Dupont Circle

Price Per Night: $129

Number of bedrooms: 1

Airbnbs in DC for business

You can tell that this home is special before you walk through the door. Check out that garden! Look at those iron benches! If you’re into ‘rustic chic,’ this spot is calling your name.

Once inside, you’ll be greeted by a warm home that has all the amenities you’ll need: bathroom essentials, on-site laundry, blackout curtains, and a bathtub for the end of a long day.

Bonus: No matter where you’re traveling in DC, you can get there from Dupont Circle. That makes this Airbnb’s location super convenient, whether you want to ride the Metro or walk to one of the nearby restaurants.

To book, go here.

 

Stay with the Squad

Price per night: $110

Number of bedrooms: 3

Airbnbs in DC for work travel

This townhouse is the perfect solution for anyone who’s traveling with a team. No more trying to coordinate breakfast meetings between five different locations—you can all stay together, and in separate bedrooms like adults! Warning: if being around your colleagues for more than four hours makes you want to jump out of a window, this might not be the best option for you.=

If you’re an environmentalist, you’ll be happy to know that this Airbnb gets its power from solar panels on the roof. And if you’re a clean freak, you won’t have to deal with anyone else’s mess—the home is only rented by guests, so the closets are always empty and the fridge is spotless.

To secure your stay, go here.

 

Slumber in Style

Price per night: $125

Number of bedrooms: 1

Business travel in DC

Travel is a fun opportunity to get in touch with your trendy side—and this Airbnb definitely makes that possible. The space is furnished with 20th-century Eastlake door hardware, a vintage Oshkosh luggage tower, and original art. A word of warning: this is probably going to make your actual home look boring as hell.

This neighborhood has a 95 walk score, which means that you’re a few blocks from the Convention Center, a 24-hour Safeway, Chinatown, O Street Market, and The Mall. If you brought your walking shoes, then you’ll love this spot. In fact, the stroll is so short to most locations that you could keep your heels on and not need band-aids. Hooray for saving money on Ubers!

To feel fancy, book here.

 

Dazzle With Decadence

Price per night: $311

Number of bedrooms: 3

Airbnbs in Washington DC

Skip the restaurant bill by inviting clients to your Airbnb instead. This light-filled space is gorgeous and has not one but two patios. As one guest review said, “We stayed at the penthouse for 30 days and I must say—AAA location, scenic views from the roof and stylish apartment with all the amenities you can imagine.”

If you’re planning on staying for more than a few days, a huge bonus is that the apartment has a washer and dryer in the apartment.

To get your fill of city views, head on over here.

 

Say “Hi!” to the White House

Price per night: $875

Number of bedrooms: 4

DC airbnb for business travel

Visiting DC for the first time? You might as well do it right! This Airbnb is minutes away from the White House, as well as plenty of museums. In addition, the space itself is artfully designed. Almost every review from guests rave about how meticulously put together the home is, and how taken care of they felt.

As one visitor noted, “As we arrived at the house, we were blown away. The location was amazing, nestled just off the George Washington Circle and in a lovely neighborhood. Anand greeted us personally, giving us a thorough walk-through of the stunning property. Our expectations were exceeded!”

As if that’s not enough, the host also provides snacks and treats for guests–– including the ever-important wine and coffee. Enjoy your stay!

Get excited and book here.