Luggage Storage Washington DC | Cubby
Washington DC needs no introduction to its rich history, proud heritage, iconic architectures like national monuments and also the museums. Planning a trip to the capital city is mind-numbing when it comes to budget and time. Even though the vacation is never long enough, most end up doing nothing on the first and last day of their trip due to the hotel’s non-accommodating check-in & check out policies. Don’t let that strand you at the airport or hotel lounges with your bags. Avail Cubby for Bag & luggage storage in Washington DC and go on your way to make memories.
Why Choose Cubby Luggage Storage in DC?
Cubby is your travel companion that offers an on-demand luggage storage service in Washington DC at convenient locations near you. We want our customers to spend money on things that matter on their vacation. That’s why we want to be the most affordable luggage storage service in Washington DC. Our pricing starts at $5.90 per bag per day and 3.90$ for additional days. Also, you get special discounts on longer storage. We compromise only on pricing, not on your luggage security. Your bags are sealed with unique coded tampered proof bag tags and furthermore, we provide free insurance for every bag you store with us. The whole process is simple, safe and secure. We made a short video to show you how the bag & luggage works with Cubby.
About Washington DC:
The Chocolate city has more than 10 memorials but the most favorites are located in and around the National Mall. Not only the city is full of memorials, but it is also packed with museums. Smithsonian has 22 museums in D.C. but our picks are the National History Museum and Air & Space Museum. Also, don’t miss the Smithsonian’s National Zoo which is the oldest zoo in the country. The tours to lots of attractions run out soon, so plan and reserve the tours to Capitol building, Whitehouse and Library of Congress well in advance.
Fun Facts about Washington DC:
- DC streets are named before the letter ‘J’ was formed. Therefore, you can’t find the ‘J’ street in the city.
- Union Station cost $125 million dollars, much of which went into the 22-karat gold leaf that adorns the 96-foot high vaulted ceilings.
- Union station is so large that the Washington Monument could lay on its side within the concourse
- “International Spy Museum” is one of its kind that does not exist anywhere else in the world.
- The city is named after Christopher Columbus, hence the name District of Columbia.
- “President’s Palace” is the old name for the White House.
- Washington Monument is the world’s tallest obelisk.