Beyond the grand monuments and museums of this political capital, Washington, D.C. is one of the most livable cities in the country. Away from Capitol Hill's political center, D.C. is a city with youthful energy. The thriving cultural institutions, culinary scene, and happening neighborhoods from classic to cool make this city stand out.
Walk into an apartment as if it were your own with a rental by Blueground in Washington, D.C. where the furnishings, housewares, utilities, and ample amenities have been taken care of so you can relax and resettle in style.
A diverse mix of people call this capital city home. The powerful metropolis has a rich history displayed in the national monuments and highly-revered museums located in the tree-lined National Mall. The world-class neoclassical architecture and art are free to visit, from the Thomas Jefferson Memorial to the Smithsonian museums.
Living in D.C. offers distinct neighborhoods with charming row houses, multicultural communities, and an abundance of public parks and green spaces. Locals love the international culinary scene which includes everything from fine dining in the city to street food in the suburbs. The city offers high-quality job opportunities, from the Federal Government to finance and hospitality. Others are drawn to D.C. to attend some of the best colleges and universities in the country.
All rentals by Blueground in D.C. can be viewed online and sorted by your personal preferences. Whatever size suits, our modern studios, renovated one-bedroom apartments, and spacious two-bedroom apartments can be filtered to search by move-in-date, neighborhood, or amenity. We have a vast selection of idyllic corporate housing that will instantly make any traveling professional feel at home. You can truly move to DC with just a suitcase when a furnished home is waiting for you on the other side.
Each of D.C.’s multi-faceted neighborhoods offers elements that entice residents to live here. Cool creatives can’t get enough of the hip drinking and dining scene happening in Navy Yard, while pet owners have plenty of green spaces and urban recreation options to explore in NoMa. Those seeking to be within walking distance of work can find a high-rise haven in Mount Vernon or a sophisticated stay in the historical and central Logan Circle.
In the heart of Washington's power center lies the prestigious West End neighborhood. The area is home to the most impressive private and public organizations in the world, including the United States State Department, The John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts, and The George Washington University, just to name but a few. It's also a flourishing place to live for residents that seek a truly cultural lifestyle. Living in the West End means being within walking distance of world-class live performance venues, high-quality medical centers, and some of the country's best fine dining is only part of the appeal. The magnificent short-term rentals here by Blueground offer sprawling views of the Potomac River.Show apartments
This prestigious neighborhood comes with all the privileges of authentic city living while retaining a compelling neighborhood feel. Downtown D.C. is at the center of the historical attractions, cultural activities, and entertainment experiences the city has to offer. Some of the must-see local landmarks include the White House, the National Gallery of Art, and the National Mall. All the local conveniences you could wish for are here, from a 24-hour CVS store to a public library, with plenty of casual eateries, cool coffee shops and classy cocktail bars in between. It’s also a great location for commuting across the city.Show apartments
Peaceful Mount Vernon is conveniently located near D.C.’s best areas including Logan Circle and Chinatown. Nearby attractions like the plethora of Smithsonian museums and a central shopping hub are found in the heart of Mount Vernon Triangle. The location is popular with families, independent professionals, and students alike. It’s for everyone who enjoys having everything at their doorstep to live, work and play. This safe area is bustling with numerous residential hot spots from restaurants and bars to cozy coffee shops and fitness studios. Conveniently, multiple transportation options are accessible from the Metrorail to Amtrak, Capital Bikeshare and more.Show apartments
Logan Circle is one of the most popular neighborhoods in Washington, D.C. It is also one of the hippest areas to call home, a hot destination for historic architecture, high-end retail shopping, and a high-energy nightlife scene. On 14th Street, the area’s main thoroughfare, there is no shortage of organic food stores, art galleries, and yoga studios. This residential community features Victorian-style row homes and upscale apartments. Aside from the beautiful housing, this walkable area includes a green space at Logan Circle Park and is accessible to numerous metro stops.Show apartments
This riverfront neighborhood, one of the District’s most historic and fastest growing, is buzzing with young professionals. In recent years,warehouses have been converted into contemporary lofts and newly constructed office spaces. An enticing array of top-rated restaurants and independent breweries are nestled between green spaces along the waterfront. This includes Yards Park, with a wading pool and boardwalk, and the Riverwalk Trail. Home of Nats Park and Audi Stadium, Navy Yard is also a great destination for sports fans. It’s an exciting neighborhood for both work and play, one of the trendiest areas to live in the city.Show apartments
If you’re looking for a modern, walkable, and convenient part of town to live in, this is the neighborhood for you. NoMa is a rapidly growing community that has benefited from huge residential and commercial space investment. One of the most exciting parts of the city, Noma always has an event happening, from a farmers market to an outdoor movie screening or beer festival. As a creative business hub, it offers a diverse range of dining options catering to the many people who work in and around the district. From this amenity-filled location, everything is within walking distance, from post offices to parks, and plenty of public transit.Show apartments
Travel light and take the concept of living minimally to the max in our bright and airy studio rentals in D.C. Each renovated studio is fully appointed with custom made furnishings and modern appliances you’ll adore. The studios give you the space to cook in, work, or chill out. Conveniently, all utilities are connected from the move-in date.
Whether you’re living alone or with a significant other, settle in with extra room to separate your living spaces in our one-bedroom short-term rentals in D.C. All one-bedroom apartments by Blueground include the comfort of a hotel mattress, linens, and towels along with desirable amenities like in-unit washer dryers and Marshall Speakers.
Whether extra space for guests or extra storage space, all can be easily accommodated in our two-bedroom apartments in D.C. Professionally designed spaces and a fully equipped kitchen allow for luxury living. Take hassle-free living into your own hands with Blueground’s all-in-one mobile app for residents. On the Guest App, you can make monthly payments, schedule cleanings, and browse helpful neighborhood guides on the spot.
There are plenty of public transportation options, both economical and eco-friendly, for getting in and around Washington, D.C. Discover each of the easy-to-use methods of transport that don’t involve driving or parking a car.
Washington, D.C. is a walking city, perfect for getting around on foot. Rather than going around underground or seeing the city from the backseat of a cab, take advantage of living in one of the most pedestrian-friendly cities in the United States.
Pedal from Point A to Point B with D.C.’s public bike rental. Capital Bikeshare has over 350 stations spread across the city, with bicycles accessible 24 hours a day. The first thirty minutes on two wheels is free. After that, fees are charged per half hour onwards.
Washington, D.C.’s Metrorail is world-class and runs from the city to all the major suburbs. A SmarTrip is the rechargeable fare card required to travel on the six color-coded metro lines. Trains run weekdays from 5 a.m. to midnight and from 7 a.m. to midnight on weekends.
The Metrobus operates services throughout the city and the suburbs with many buses running on compressed natural gas or hybrid electric engines. Alternatively, riders can take the DC Circulator buses which offer cheaper fares and stops at all the landmarks in the city.
You can zoom around the city on a scooter in D.C. The motorized scooters across the city work via apps that allow you to locate a scooter, take a trip, and drop it off when you’re done. It’s possible to ride a scooter in the street or in a bike lane within Downtown D.C. In less central and suburban streets, you can ride on the sidewalk as well.
Blueground properties that allow pets are perfect for accommodating the needs of pet owners and pets alike. Our pet-friendly units offer comfortable living spaces where you can rest and snuggle. They are all located near parks and other places for you and your four-legged companion to exercise and explore. The furnished monthly rentals offered by Blueground are perfectly suitable for both you and your furry little friend. For many of our tenants in DC, a pet-friendly space is more than a temporary solution, it’s home.
Take advantage of the most coveted amenities for comfort and convenience in a short-term rental by Blueground in D.C. In-unit washer dryers so you can do laundry at home are paired with stacks of hotel-quality linens and bedding. You’ll arrive to a smart serviced space with connected WiFi and home-tech entertainment from a wide-screen TV to WiFi speakers. You can also enjoy extra benefits from the building you live in. From on-site gyms to concierge service, this is unlike your conventional corporate housing. All you have to do is show up, and start living.