Due to the rush of things, I only have two photos I took of our AirBnB which was a room in a loft building in a nice quiet (and very safe) DC neighborhood called Palisades. For those who don't know, AirBnBs are kind of like the Ubers of lodging. Ubers replace the idea of taxis, and AirBnBs replaced the idea of hotels. Typically it's much more inexpensive, but there's no real staff to help you. We had our keys left in a lock box and we never actually met the owners.
But it was a nice little room with a big bed, a small bed, and a couch. It had a patio but we didn't use it. We liked that it had a washer and dryer. I liked the privacy of it. One thing about hotels is that I'm always a little paranoid about some idiot in the hall doing something stupid that night. I would totally book one again when we travel.