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- View all PhotosFour Seasons Hotel Washington, DCWashington, DC1.7 miles to city center5.0-star Hotel Class5.0-star Hotel ClassThe Four Seasons' enviable location – perched on the edge of Rock Creek Park in D.C.'s chic Georgetown neighborhood – grants beautiful views of the park and easy access to some of the city's most popular attractions, including the Lincoln Memorial and the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts. But that's not all this elegant Four Seasons property has going for it. Recent guests compliment the hotel's contemporary accommodations, which come furnished with modern amenities like LCD flat-screen TVs and high-speed internet access. Travelers visiting with kids love that the hotel has Nintendo Wii game consoles available to borrow as well. Guests also exalt Bourbon Steak, the upscale in-house restaurant that regularly plays host to foodies, celebrities and politicos alike. Another crowd-pleaser: the luxurious on-site spa, which offers a versatile array of lavish massages and body treatments. All recent guests agreed that the personalized customer service was a large reason for return visits. Just try to leave your car at home, as this hotel has expensive parking fees.
- View all PhotosThe Jefferson, Washington, DCWashington, DC1.2 miles to city center5.0-star Hotel Class5.0-star Hotel Class
The Jefferson, Washington, DC has been catering to Washington's most elite visitors since 1923, providing a taste of European luxury in the heart of the United States capital. The Beaux-Arts era reigns supreme here, with early 20th century paintings and sculptures lining the checkered floors. The Jefferson's elegant accommodations are appointed with iPads, walk-in showers, flat-screen TVs and complimentary Wi-Fi access. (For a little more space, upgrade to a suite, which will come equipped with a coffee maker and, in some, balconies overlooking the Washington Monument.) Recent guests highly recommend making good use of the intimate on-site spa during your stay, and the in-house gourmet restaurants, Plume and The Greenhouse, earn particularly high praise, along with the on-site bar, Quill. Visitors also give props for The Jefferson's location, which is just a short walk from the National Mall.
- View all PhotosTrump International Hotel Washington, D.C.Washington, DC0.4 miles to city center5.0-star Hotel Class5.0-star Hotel Class
Located within the Old Post Office building on historic Pennsylvania Avenue in the heart of Washington, D.C., the Trump International Hotel opened in 2016 and is steps from the National Mall and the White House, as well as numerous museums, shops and restaurants. Inside, the hotel offers 263 guest rooms and suites decorated in a blue, cream and ivory color palette with crystal chandeliers, 14- to 16-foot ceilings, five-fixture bathrooms and large windows with expansive city views. Accommodations also boast original structural details, including hardwood doors, wainscoting and wall paneling, which were all restored during the renovation process. The hotel is also home to The Spa by Ivanka Trump, a fitness center and numerous spaces for meetings and events, including the 13,141-square-foot Presidential Ballroom that can host receptions for up to 1,335 guests. When it comes time to eat, recent guests recommended reserving a table at BLT Prime by David Burke for dry-aged steaks and iconic views of the Clock Tower. Or try imbibing "wine by the spoon" as well as Champagne flights at the Benjamin Bar & Lounge.
- View all PhotosThe Willard InterContinentalWashington, DC0.5 miles to city center5.0-star Hotel Class5.0-star Hotel ClassThe massive Willard sits at the heart of everything D.C.; the National Mall and all of the most recognizable monuments are within walking distance. And recent guests say The Willard InterContinental's interior is just as impressive as its surroundings, particularly the massive marble columns and intricate chandeliers in the lobby. Elegant decor extends to The Willard's accommodations, which feature eye-popping red accents, wood furnishings and luxurious amenities like flat-screen TVs, individual climate controls and fully stocked minibars. To ensure a restful night's sleep, request a room that looks west, facing the Washington Monument rather than 14th Street. And after a long day of sightseeing, you can relax at the Elizabeth Arden Red Door Spa or grab a bite to eat at one of the on-site reastaurants. If you participate in InterContinental's Rewards Club, you can accrue or redeem free perks and discounts by choosing to stay here.
- View all PhotosThe Hay-AdamsWashington, DC0.8 miles to city center5.0-star Hotel Class5.0-star Hotel Class
Named for the former tenants of the site – Secretary of State John Hay and journalist Henry Adams (who was also a member of the presidential Adams family) – The Hay-Adams is steeped in American history. Perched on the edge of Lafayette Square, The Hay-Adams boasts a spectacular vantage point of the White House and the National Mall. Here, guests are greeted by head-to-toe period decor; the lobby is decked out in rich wooden paneling and marble floors, while guest rooms feature neutral tones with elegant bedspreads. Long story short: If you're a history buff, The Hay-Adams is the place for you. That said, this property isn't completely stuck in the past. Accommodations also house Etro toiletries, complimentary Wi-Fi access, 50-inch flat-screen TVs and SoundLink music systems. Meanwhile, The Lafayette – the hotel's elegant dining room – garners high praise from recent guests for its impeccable service, tasty culinary offerings, and impressive views of the White House. What's more, Leaders Club members get perks like room upgrades and complimentary breakfast at this hotel.
- View all PhotosThe Ritz-Carlton Georgetown, Washington, D.C.Washington, DC1.8 miles to city center5.0-star Hotel Class5.0-star Hotel ClassIf you're looking for crème de la crème of D.C. digs, recent guests say you can't go wrong with this Ritz-Carlton. The first thing it gets right: its Georgetown location. The second: its decor. Red brick walls hug both the interior and exterior of this property, and cool tones throughout the hotel are reminiscent of the nearby waterfront. The calming color palette extends into the stylish accommodations, which are appointed with 400-thread-count Egyptian cotton linens, flat-screen TVs, minibars and Wi-Fi access (for a fee). Craving more luxury? Retreat to the lavish spa to indulge in a rejuvenating massage. However, what really sets this Ritz apart – aside from its top-notch amenities – is its elegant, relaxed ambiance. Guests can't stop raving about the contemporary, airy design of The Living Room lobby lounge, which features an inviting, wood-burning fireplace. Visitors also exalt Degrees Bistro, the Ritz's intimate dining venue that specializes in gourmet American fare. Keep in mind that this hotel participates in the Marriott Bonvoy program.
- View all PhotosPark Hyatt Washington D.C.Washington, DC1.5 miles to city center5.0-star Hotel Class5.0-star Hotel Class
Boasting rich hardwood and stone floors with elegant furnishings, the Park Hyatt Washington D.C. is as visually stimulating as it is comfortable and convenient. Visitors rave about the spacious guest rooms, equipped with complimentary Wi-Fi access, flat-screen TVs and deep soaking tubs. Guests also applaud the mouthwatering culinary creations served at the Michelin-starred Blue Duck Tavern and the personal services offered in the private Spa. But what really wins visitors over is the Park Hyatt's top-notch customer service, especially at the friendly and attentive concierge desk. You'll find the property situated just a few blocks north of George Washington University in Northwest Washington, D.C. Because this property is part of the Hyatt family, frequent travelers participating in the World of Hyatt loyalty program may earn or receive special privileges by choosing to stay here.
- View all PhotosRosewood Washington, D.C.Washington, DC1.9 miles to city center5.0-star Hotel Class5.0-star Hotel Class
After closing for renovations in October 2018 and a fire in October 2019, the Rosewood Washington, D.C. reopened in 2020 to debut a new restaurant, CUT by Wolfgang Puck, and six neighboring townhouse accommodations that each boast roughly 1,000 square feet of space, among other updates. According to recent visitors, the property's location in Washington's Georgetown neighborhood is perfect for exploring the nearby shops and eateries, and an easy walk or bus ride to many of the city's top attractions. Others heaped praise on the rooftop bar, CUT Above, which offers views of Georgetown, the Chesapeake and Ohio Canal, and the city skyline. You can also get an eyeful of the Georgetown scene from the hotel's rooftop infinity pool, which features a built-in fireplace. Though reviewers described the pool as small, they said it was a relaxing place to enjoy a cocktail. Other on-site amenities include a 24-hour fitness center, which is outfitted with a Peloton bike, among other equipment. For even more relaxation, guests can book an in-room spa service. Meanwhile, the hotel's rooms and suites include hardwood floors, stocked minibars, Nespresso machines, designer linens and 24-hour room service. Along with the prime address along Georgetown's C&O Canal, reviewers were most impressed with the five-star customer service.
- View all PhotosThe Ritz-Carlton, Washington, DCWashington, DC1.4 miles to city center5.0-star Hotel Class5.0-star Hotel ClassLike its sister property in Georgetown, this Ritz-Carlton offers no shortage of elegance. And with its enviable location, set in Northwest's Foggy Bottom area just a few blocks north of George Washington University, these stylish digs draw high-power politicos, celebrities and international guests alike. Apart from its star clientele, the Ritz boasts a wide array of amenities, including the acclaimed on-site restaurant, Westend Bistro, a vibrant hot spot known for its flavorful American fare. The Ritz also touts unique property features, such as a 10,000-square-foot ballroom and 16,000 square feet of meeting space. But what guests seem to love the most are the spacious rooms here, which all include large Italian marble bathrooms, sumptuous feather beds, 400-thread-count Egyptian cotton linens and sleek flat-screen TVs. Keep in mind that members of the Marriott Bonvoy program can earn and use points by staying here.
- View all PhotosRiggs Washington D.C.Washington, DC0.7 miles to city center5.0-star Hotel Class5.0-star Hotel ClassSituated near famous landmarks like the National Portrait Gallery and the Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History, the Riggs Washington DC is a convenient place to bed down in the District. Guests can explore the city using the hotel's complimentary bikes or spend their time enjoying the hotel's many amenities, including a rooftop bar, a 24-hour fitness center and a French-inspired restaurant. All guest rooms and suites offer colorful furniture, oak floors, down comforters, work spaces and marble showers; for an extra special experience, book a First Ladies room where you can enjoy decor inspired by the likes of Louisa Adams, Angelica Van Buren and other former first ladies of the United States. While it's pricey to stay here, members of the I Prefer rewards program will be able to earn or use points at this Preferred Hotels & Resorts outpost.
- View all PhotosThe Watergate HotelWashington, DC1.4 miles to city center$29 Nightly Resort Fee5.0-star Hotel Class5.0-star Hotel Class$29 Nightly Resort Fee
One of the most infamous hotels in the country has been restored to its former glory in the District of Columbia after a $125 million renovation. Blending modern details (decor is sleek and chic) while embracing its storied past (guest room key cards read "No need to break in"), the Watergate Hotel reopened in June 2016. The hotel is set in the Foggy Bottom neighborhood, putting guests close to shopping and dining in Georgetown; the monuments and museums that line the National Mall are also just 1 mile away. On-site, travelers have access to a 12,500-square-foot wellness center with spa services, an indoor pool and a fitness center. The property also boasts The Next Whisky Bar (a visitor favorite for its amber-hued wall of whiskey and extensive selection) and the Kingbird restaurant. But perhaps one of the best parts of this hotel is the Top of the Gate rooftop bar and lounge that offers sweeping views of the Potomac River and downtown Washington. Meanwhile, the hotel's 336 accommodations are outfitted in neutral tones of white, mocha and charcoal, and they feature flat-screen TVs, minibars and marble bathrooms. What's more, recent guests lauded the impeccable design and the friendly staff at this property, though a stay here is quite expensive, especially with the added resort fee. To offset costs, members of the I Prefer program should consider cashing in points for stays here.
- View all PhotosSofitel Washington DC Lafayette SquareWashington, DC0.8 miles to city center$26 Nightly Resort Fee5.0-star Hotel Class5.0-star Hotel Class$26 Nightly Resort Fee
Sitting next to Lafayette Square in downtown D.C. – just minutes from the White House and the National Mall – the Sofitel Washington DC Lafayette Square is an excellent choice for travelers looking to take full advantage of the city's sights. But this property also caters to the luxury set with its services and facilities, including its fitness center and complimentary Wi-Fi access. Accommodations come equipped with contemporary furnishings and high-end touches like marble bathrooms and glass-enclosed showers, not to mention HDTVs, stocked minibars and sumptuous linens. Lodgers were equally complimentary of the Opaline Bar & Brasserie for its gourmet French fare and attentive wait staff. Though some recent guests bemoan Sofitel's high price tags, most claim that the hotel gave them the best night's sleep they'd had in ages. (What's more, members of the ALL - Accor Live Limitless program can earn points towards a free night's stay).
- View all PhotosMandarin Oriental, Washington DCWashington, DC0.4 miles to city center5.0-star Hotel Class5.0-star Hotel Class
Situated two blocks south of the Smithsonian metro station, this beautiful hotel affords scenic views of the Tidal Basin and easy access to popular attractions like the Smithsonian Museums, the Washington Monument and the Jefferson Memorial. Most guests love their stays at this Mandarin Oriental thanks to its array of amenities, including The Spa and an on-site art gallery. The accommodations also win over recent guests because of their wooden furnishings, Asian design elements and high-end amenities like deep soaking tubs, high-speed internet access and flat-screen TVs. Meanwhile, the hotel's two on-site restaurants earn a thumbs-up for their gourmet cuisine and stylish ambiance. The Mandarin Oriental also boasts an indoor swimming pool and a 24-hour fitness center. Yet for many guests, it's the hotel's wonderful customer service that won them over.
- View all PhotosThe St. Regis Washington, D.C.Washington, DC0.9 miles to city center5.0-star Hotel Class5.0-star Hotel Class
St. Regis hotels are renowned for their luxurious accommodations, and the D.C. branch is no exception. Set in the heart of downtown – just a few blocks north of the White House – this luxury hotel receives high praise for its elegant decor and lavish furnishings. Recent guests also compliment the St. Regis' historical feel as well as its contemporary amenities, which include down feather comforters, complimentary Wi-Fi access and flat-screen TVs. But that's not the only reason to bed down here. Previous visitors gave rave reviews to the on-site restaurant, highlighting great customer service and delectable Mediterranean culinary creations as key ingredients that made the meals memorable. You'll also rest easy knowing that you can earn or redeem perks if you participate in the Marriott Bonvoy loyalty program.
- View all PhotosThe LINE DCWashington DC, DC2.3 miles to city center$25 Nightly Resort Fee4.5-star Hotel Class4.5-star Hotel Class$25 Nightly Resort Fee
Housed inside a 110-year-old church, the LINE DC blends historic architecture with quirky decor and top-notch service. Recent guests rave about the authentic, homey feel of the property. The hotel boasts king, queen and suite options with live plants, bathrobes and slippers, handmade bath products, original artwork and photography, free Wi-Fi access and more. (Note that turndown service is only available by request.) Rooms overlook the eclectic Adams Morgan neighborhood, offering views of the Washington Monument and other Washington sights. Beyond your accommodations, you'll find a sound studio in the lobby where Full Service Radio – a community radio station – broadcasts live. Recent visitors noted that the hotel's staff members were friendly and eager to offer nearby restaurant and bar recommendations. Although, if you'd rather stay on-site for drinks and dinner, you're in luck. The LINE DC offers three restaurants run by two James Beard-recognized chefs: Cafe Spoken (a place for coffee and light fare), Brothers and Sisters (offering American classics with a Taiwanese and Japanese twist) and Spoken English (a 12-seat Asian-inspired communal dining experience located off the lobby). Know that when you book a room here, you'll pay a daily $25 amenity fee.
- View all PhotosThe Ritz-Carlton, Tysons CornerMcLean, VA10.6 miles to city center4.5-star Hotel Class4.5-star Hotel ClassLocated within the massive Tysons Galleria shopping center in McLean, Virginia, The Ritz-Carlton, Tysons Corner is a fashionista's dream hotel. And in terms of luxury, this Ritz lives up to its reputation with an indoor pool, a full-service day spa and spacious guest rooms and suites. Accommodations come furnished with deluxe amenities, like 47-inch flat-screen TVs, lavish bath products and feather beds with down comforters. The hotel's in-house restaurant and bar – ENTYSE, Wine Bar & Lounge – also earns high praise from recent guests for its extensive wine selection and culinary offerings. Overall, most guests report a pleasant stay, citing top-notch service as a reason to return. This hotel sits about 15 miles west of Washington, D.C., but guests now have easier access to the city's top sights thanks to the metro. The nearest metro station (Tysons Corner) sits less than a half-mile away. Since this Ritz property falls under the Marriott umbrella, guests participating in the Marriott Bonvoy program can accrue or redeem benefits by choosing to stay here.
- View all PhotosThompson Washington D.C.Washington, DC1.9 miles to city center4.0-star Hotel Class4.0-star Hotel ClassSleek, modern guest rooms with floor-to-ceiling windows ensure every guest feels comfortable at Thompson Washington DC. Accommodations also come equipped with blackout curtains, luxury bath amenities and flat-screen TVs with Google Chromecast capabilities. The on-site rooftop bar and Italian eatery are convenient after a long day of exploring. However, there are also plenty of restaurants to try in the surrounding Navy Yard neighborhood. Plus, those traveling visiting the District for business can make use of the indoor and outdoor event spaces, and the catering options . Because of Thompson Washington DC's Hyatt ties, World of Hyatt rewards members can earn or use points by booking a stay here. However, if you're driving to this hotel, note the high parking fees.
- View all PhotosW Washington D.C.Washington, DC0.5 miles to city center4.5-star Hotel Class4.5-star Hotel ClassRubbing elbows with the Department of the Treasury and the White House, the W Washington D.C. places guests in the heart of our country's political sphere. This W property is much more colorful than its white-stone neighbors; guests love the hotel's funky red furniture and purple lighting, which gives the W a nightclub-esque feel. In addition to the decor, previous visitors praise the accommodations, furnished with 350-thread-count linens, flat-screen TVs and high-speed internet access (for a fee). Visitors also compliment the W's upscale dining venue Pinea Restaurant, but for many, the highlight of this hotel is the P.O.V. rooftop lounge, which boasts breathtaking views of the National Mall. Just keep in mind: If you're looking for a quiet place to stay, this is not the right place for you. Some recent guests say that the noise level can be a problem for those trying to get a restful night's sleep. And because this hotel is part of the Marriott hotel family, Marriott Bonvoy members can earn and use points here.
- View all PhotosConrad Washington, D.C.Washington, DC0.9 miles to city center5.0-star Hotel Class5.0-star Hotel ClassThe Conrad Washington, DC, sits in the heart of the District of Columbia, near popular neighborhoods like Chinatown and Penn Quarter. The hotel's prime location puts guests near dozens of hot restaurants, hip bars and trendy shopping options. Those looking to sightsee can easily walk to the National Mall and the White House, or hop on the metro to explore farther afield (the Metro Center and Gallery Place – Chinatown stations are a short walk from the hotel). The rooms and suites at the Conrad Washington, D.C. calm guests with hues of gray, tan and white, and all accommodations come equipped with flat-screen TVs, safes, coffee makers and minibars. Recent guests were extremely impressed by the modern and comfortable rooms. The attentive front desk staff members receive high praise, too; however, the housekeeping staff garnered mixed reviews. On-site amenities here include a fitness center and a business center. The hotel can also hold meetings, weddings and events in its 32,000 square feet of space. What's more, this Conrad is home to a rooftop bar, a seafood restaurant and a lobby bar. Part of the Hilton portfolio, this hotel allows Hilton Honors members to redeem points for free nights.
- View all PhotosFairmont Washington, D.C., GeorgetownWashington, DC1.5 miles to city center4.0-star Hotel Class4.0-star Hotel ClassDespite its seat in the bustling Foggy Bottom district near George Washingtion University, the Fairmont Washington, D.C., Georgetown manages to exude a botanical atmosphere best showcased on its leafy hotel patio. And the hotel's "natural" appearance extends to its guest rooms, which are appointed with rich neutral hues and amenities like Italian marble bathrooms, floor-to-ceiling windows and flat-screen TVs. But it's the hotel's location – central to Georgetown, the Lincoln Memorial and even the Kennedy Center – that earns praise from recent visitors. The Fairmont also receives high marks for its exceptional customer service, with visitors saying that everyone was more than friendly, from the hospitable hotel concierge to the attentive wait staff at Juniper Restaurant and The Colonnade. However, luxury does have its price. If you're visiting in the busy spring season, do yourself a favor: Save a little money, and book at least two months in advance. You can also earn extra perks (like complimentary amenities) if you become a member of the AccorHotel loyalty program.
- View all PhotosInterContinental Washington D.C. - The WharfWashington DC, DC0.8 miles to city center4.5-star Hotel Class4.5-star Hotel Class
Positioned along the historic Washington Channel in southwest Washington, InterContinental Washington D.C. - The Wharf sits amid brand-new shops, restaurants and bars. All 278 accommodations come equipped with Nespresso coffee makers, minibars, 50-inch smart TVs, complimentary Wi-Fi access and spa-like bathrooms. Suites include extra space and high-end perks like Bose speakers, river views and $100 food and beverage credits. That credit is best used at Kith/Kin, the property's modern dining venue, where guests can feast on breakfast, lunch and dinner items influenced by cuisines from Nigeria, Jamaica, New Orleans and more. Recent guests praise the modern decor, the room size and the dining options in and around the hotel, as well as the nearby music venue, The Anthem. But, some past visitors note that the property's location is farther from major attractions than they anticipated. Thankfully, the hotel runs a complimentary shuttle to and from some of the district's monuments and museums. Keep in mind that because this is an InterContinental property, members of the IHG Rewards program can earn and redeem points by choosing to stay here.
- View all PhotosHotel HiveWashington DC, DC1.1 miles to city center3.5-star Hotel Class3.5-star Hotel Class
Hotel Hive is a 3.5 star hotel located at 2224 F St NW in Washington, D.C.. It has a 5.0 overall guest rating based on 1581 reviews.
- View all PhotosKimpton George HotelWashington, DC1.3 miles to city center$25 Nightly Resort Fee4.5-star Hotel Class4.5-star Hotel Class$25 Nightly Resort Fee
The Kimpton George Hotel, located in Washington, D.C., has modernity down pat, which becomes apparent when you take a stroll through the lobby amid bright colors and contemporary art. When dinnertime rolls around, head to the stylish in-house restaurant, Bistro Bis, which is popular with guests and locals alike for its French cuisine. Afterward, catch up on some much-needed relaxation inside your stylish accommodations, appointed with 48-inch flat-screen TVs, marble bathrooms and organic honor bars. You can also arrange for in-room spa treatments or work up a sweat in the 24-hour fitness center. Although this Kimpton property will require a good chunk of your vacation budget (it charges a daily $25 amenity fee), members of the IHG Rewards Club loyalty program can save on fees for things like Wi-Fi access. You can find the Kimpton George Hotel near Union Station, just north of the U.S. Capitol.
- View all PhotosKimpton Hotel Palomar Washington DCWashington, DC1.6 miles to city center$28.74 Nightly Resort Fee4.5-star Hotel Class4.5-star Hotel Class$28.74 Nightly Resort Fee
Recent guests of this Kimpton property compliment this hotel's style (a given, really) and its proximity to Dupont Circle's surplus of restaurants and bars. Each of the Hotel Palomar's stylish accommodations features bursts of bold color along with contemporary furnishings, as well as Samsung LCD TVs, Atelier bath amenities and 300 thread count Frette linens. When you're ready to step outside your digs, the contemporary lobby provides a perfect backdrop for the nightly wine reception. Plus, the outdoor heated pool and sundeck serve as equally alluring places for which to unwind in the warmer months. When your stomach starts to rumble, satiate your appetite at Urbana Restaurant and Wine Bar, a trendy in-house hotspot that offers delectable Mediterranean fare. And if you participate in the IHG Rewards Club, you can earn or redeem perks by choosing to bed down here.
- View all PhotosSt. Gregory HotelWashington, DC1.4 miles to city center4.0-star Hotel Class4.0-star Hotel ClassThe St. Gregory Hotel offers travelers a mix of regal architecture, contemporary furnishings and modern amenities. Guests rave about the convenient downtown D.C. location, about halfway between Foggy Bottom and Dupont Circle, which gives visitors easy access to numerous Washington attractions. Overall, visitors were pleased with their rooms, describing them as spacious, comfortable and well-appointed. Standard amenities include coffee makers, flat-screen TVs and stocked minibars, and the room decor is light and airy. Outside the accommodations, travelers can head to St. Greg Kitchen & Bar for a bite to eat or a cocktail on the patio. Visitors can also take advantage of the well-equipped fitness center, complete with Peloton bikes, ellipticals and treadmills, or the business center. Keep in mind, there is a nightly amenity fee of $30, which covers in-room Wi-Fi access and bottled water, morning coffee, a breakfast buffet and evening wine hours. Aside from the hotel's amenities, recent guests said they were most impressed by the prompt, knowledgeable staff.
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