On January 20, 2017, Donald Trump will be inaugurated as president of the United States. Will Trump be able to draw the record crowd during President’s Obama’s inauguration in January 2009 where almost 2 million people gathered in the streets of Washington D.C? When America’s first black president was sworn in to the presidency, hotel rates in Washington reached an average record of $608 night. America was then was experiencing the worst economic downturn since the Great Depression but still people found a way to be present during Obama’s inauguration.
Americans have more money now to spend but will they attend Trump’s inauguration? Will they welcome Trump to the White House? According to Google Trends, there is much less interest this time compared to 2009 but things can still change by January. In case you are interested, a five-night stay at the Trump International Hotel starts at $1,200 a night during the inauguration week.
At the W Hotel, the price of a package is half a million dollars but it includes a round trip air ticket to Washington from anywhere in the continental USA. You will also enjoy a 3-night stay at a 1,200 square feet Extreme Wow suite that includes a bathtub view of the Washington monument. You will also be treated to an unlimited supply of Veuve Clicquot champagne with your own inaugural ball and 249 of your closet friends.
According to Expedia, dozens of hotels in the Washington D.C. will be 99.9% sold out on the night prior to the inauguration. For those who will not mind sleeping in bunk beds, Hostel.com lists eight options to choose from. Those close to Washington offer rates starting at $43 for a shared room up to $467 for a private room with a 2-night minimum stay. Bunk beds are not so bad if you really want to the watch the inauguration and carry a banner that reads “Make America Great Again.”
If you are searching for bunk beds in Sydney, there are furniture online stores that offer a wide range of choices. Bunk beds are affordable and convenient particularly when space in the home is rather limited.