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The nation’s capital has always seemed more of a showcase than a city, a visitor’s paradise where politics meets art, history, and scenic splendour. The best places to stay in Washington DC are the ones with the glamour and class that you'd expect from the capital of the world’s number one nation, or which are “boutique” enough to attract the international movers and shakers flying in and out of the capital city.

A hundred trips to Washington would not exhaust the rich array of attractions – there are around 200 museums for a start – so it’s a question of pacing yourself, especially in the summer months when the soaring temperature makes walking the wide and long boulevards impractical. With its grandiose layout and the overwhelming (unequalled in the US) number of its iconic spots – the White House, the Lincoln Memorial, the cherry trees around the lakeside Jefferson Memorial, the incredible grandeur of the Capitol building - Washington is a city to make you gasp at every turn.

Capitol Hill makes a great landmark at the top end of the National Mall, which is in the heart of Washington’s downtown. Staying here, or in Penn Quarter you’re close to a range of restaurants, and to Chinatown, and you’re well connected to the rest of the city. Midtown is the next loop out. Then there’s Dupont Circle, to the north of Capitol Hill, is where you’ll find many of the embassies, plus upmarket boutiques, bars and brasseries. This is also where you’ll find the Phillips Collection Galleries.

To the west of the National Mall is Foggy Bottom and then Georgetown. This is where you’ll find the colonial, redbrick mansions and great antique stores and designer boutiques Washington is known for. It’s also got some great independent cafes, bars and coffee houses. To the south is Alexandria, on the Potomac River. This is basically Washington’s Old Town, in European terms, and has some of the grandest and oldest colonial architect and many of the city’s finest restaurants, including Gadsby’s where Thomas Jefferson used to take his guests. Arlington is on the other side of the Potomac River to Washington, but is a good option if you’re looking for a great value or family-friendly option. The Pentagon and the Arlington National Cemetery are in Arlington, so the area caters for a lot of military families.

What Not To Miss

  • With so many museums, it's hard to pick which to recommend. We'd suggest in particular the National Gallery of Art, the Smithsonian, the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum, The National Air and Space Museum, The National Archives and Newseum.
  • If you're looking to soak in the city's history then head to the Washington Monument, Lincoln Memorial, Jefferson Memorial, National World War II Memorial or the Martin Luther King, Jr. Memorial.
  • Those into politics should definitely visit the iconic Capitol Hill.
  • If you fancy taking a break from sightseeing then head to the Tidal Basin, a beautiful area which in springtime is full of white-pink cherry blossoms.

Here is our choice of the best places to stay in Washington DC (and the neighbourhoods in which you'll find them) when you finally feel you've had your fill of business, shopping or sightseeing. And for those who don't want to be right in the centre of things, we've got a couple of good suggestions in Alexandria too.

The Best Places to Stay in Washington DC

Downtown Washington DC

  • The Hay-Adams is in a prime location - with views of the White House. It has 145 large and luxurious rooms and an upscale restaurant and cocktail bar.
  • The Jefferson Hotel is a Renaissance revival property with a grand marble staircase complete with a statue of the hotel’s namesake. There are 96 rooms with high ceilings, large windows and traditional style. There’s also an excellent restaurant and a spa.

Midtown

  • The Morrison Clark Inn is just a short walk from the Convention Centre. It’s got the tag “historic” attached to it, which doesn’t necessarily imply great age, but rather that extra bit of character which could tip the balance for travellers who are sick of the same old, same old.

Dupont Circle

  • The Dupont Circle is a superbly stylish modern hotel, with exceptionally good facilities for business travellers. Part of the Anglo-Irish Doyle Group, it’s got a brisk kind of chic that will make your stay feel more like pleasure than work.
  • The Swann House B&B has been sympathetically converted from an 1880s mansion in the Dupont Circle district. An oasis of homely touches and old world charm, it seems a bit out of place in a bustling capital like Washington DC, and all the better for that.

Foggy Bottom and Georgetown

  • The Melrose Georgetown is a place of real character and style – not forgetting flair - and has everything you need to make a perfect DC weekend.
  • For amazingly good value, given the ambiance and the grandeur, we highly recommend the Hotel Lombardy in the capital’s business-buzzing Foggy Bottom district. It’s not the very cheapest, but the prices are remarkably decent given the stately aura that this place conveys.
  • The Graham is named after the great Scots-American telephone pioneer Alexander Graham Bell, who happened to be a Georgetown resident. Nestling on the banks of the mighty Potomac, this is a chic but not excessive bolthole, with easy access to everywhere you want to be.
  • Or consider The Watergate Hotel? A smart choice for some of us, featuring slick rooms with contemporary furnishings and large windows. Tuck into splendid French-American cuisine and enjoy a tipple from the rooftop bar.

Alexandria

  • Whilst located outside the city centre in Alexandria, the Lorien Hotel & Spa boasts business facilities and comfortable, spacious rooms. With a buzzy bar and a spa, it's a decent all round spot for those in DC on work.
  • Morrison House provides smart, tastefully decorated rooms just a short distance from the downtown area. Offers free airport shuttle runs as well as a 24-hour concierge and extensive business facilities.

For movers and shakers

  • Need to impress your US Government or business contacts? Then tell them you are staying at The Capella, the canal-side boutique hotel in the heart of trendy Georgetown, the city’s cultural heart. Excellent location added to exceptional service from your own “personal assistants” who can handle the details so you can concentrate on that big deal - or that big shopping trip. The outdoor pool and rooftop bar are places to see and be seen.
  • It was the statesman Thomas Jefferson who wrote that “all men are created equal”. All hotels on the other hand are not, as this landmark of Washington boutique luxury The Jefferson Hotel proves. A refurbishment of a stately 1920s classic, the Jefferson is a stone’s throw from the White House and if you aren’t staying there, then this is the next best thing.
  • America may lack antiquated buildings but it has some splendid mock-antique ones - a fine example being The Henley Park, a Tudor-themed fantasy close to the Washington Convention Centre. Quite recently converted, this is a grand hotel of character that is handy for just about everywhere, including Ronald Reagan Airport, the Capitol and Chinatown.
  • The Hay-Adams is in a prime location - with views of the White House. It has 145 large and luxurious rooms and an upscale restaurant and cocktail bar.
  • The Watergate Hotel is a smart choice featuring slick rooms with contemporary furnishings and large windows. Tuck into splendid French-American cuisine and enjoy a tipple from the rooftop bar.

For budget-watchers

  • The Donovan Hotel offers unbeatable value in the heart of downtown DC. This Kimpton hotel keeps things simple, but ticks all the right boxes in terms of service and amenities.
  • For amazingly good value, given the ambiance and the grandeur, we highly recommend the Hotel Lombardy in the capital’s business-buzzing Foggy Bottom district. It’s not the very cheapest, but the prices are remarkably decent given the stately aura that this place conveys.

For weekend explorers

  • You’ve got to check out The Graham, named after the great Scots-American telephone pioneer Alexander Graham Bell, who happened to be a Georgetown resident. Nestling on the banks of the mighty Potomac, this is a chic but not excessive bolthole, with easy access to everywhere you want to be.
  • Read our review of The Melrose Georgetown, a place of real character and style – not forgetting flair - that has everything you need to make a perfect DC weekend.
  • Looking for something a bit different? Try the Swann House B&B, an 1880s mansion in the Dupont Circle district. An oasis of homely touches and old world charm, it seems a bit out of place in a bustling capital like Washington DC, and all the better for that.
  • Or how about The George? This contemporary offering is ideally located for both sightseeing and nightlife, and it's pretty good value too.

For business busy bees

  • The Dupont Circle is a superbly stylish modern hotel, with exceptionally good facilities for business travellers. Part of the Anglo-Irish Doyle Group, it’s got a brisk kind of chic that will make your stay feel more like pleasure than work.
  • Got something on at the Washington Convention Centre? Then check into The Morrison Clark Inn, located just a short walk away. It’s got the tag “historic” attached to it, which doesn’t necessarily imply great age, but rather that extra bit of character which could tip the balance for travellers who are sick of the same old, same old.
  • Whilst located outside the city centre in Alexandria, the Lorien Hotel & Spa boasts business facilities and comfortable, spacious rooms. With a buzzy bar and a spa, it's a decent all round spot for those in DC on work.
  • Morrison House provides smart, tastefully decorated rooms just a short distance from the downtown area. Offers free airport shuttle runs as well as a 24-hour concierge and extensive business facilities.

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Travel Information

  • Washington DC is obviously warmest in the summer with the average daily temperature climbing to 27°C in July.
  • This however is peak tourist season, so for a quieter and potentially cheaper alternative consider coming in May or September. Don't worry though, the weather's still pleasant enough to spend your days out sightseeing!
  • International visitors can fly into Washington Dulles International Airport, whilst if you're coming from elsewhere in North America then there's also Reagan National Airport.
  • Both of these airports are well served by public transport links to the city's downtown area.
  • Virgin Atlantic, United Airlines and British Airways fly from Heathrow to Dulles - with the journey time approximately 8hrs30mins.
  • For car hire prices, we recommend you visit our online partner Rentalcars.

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Best Hotels in Washington DC

  • Hotel Hive Washington DC (Northwest) 83 rooms from £59

    Value chic  -  A chic property offering a variety of rooms from bunks to spacious queens - making this an affordable option
    Sights nearby  -  Lincoln Memorial, the White House and the Kennedy Center are all about a 10 minute walk away

    An old converted warehouse offering a chic contemporary space with a central location. Rooms are simply styled with exposed brick whitewashed and beams left exposed. From spacious queens to bunk rooms there's a range of options meaning some come in at very reasonable rates. See More

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  • Moxy Washington Washington DC (Washington) 200 rooms from £84

    Lively  -  With frequent live music preformed in the lobby - this hotel has a fun vibe
    Value chic  -  Some rooms feature bunk beds which come in at very reasonable rates
    City Style  -  An utterly contemporary stay with a trendy industral feel
    Sailing  -  Hire a paddle boat at Tidal Basin and spend a leisurely afternoon paddling about

    A modern hotel located in the city centre. The cavernous lobby is packed full of entertainment from football tables to live music, which sets the tone for this lively hotel. Rooms are achingly hip with expansive windows lending fabulous city views and modern bathrooms separated by frosted glass. See More

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  • Hotel Lombardy Washington DC 140 rooms from £117

    Sights nearby  -  The White House is only two blocks away.
    Full of character
    Great walks  -  Good for walkers.
    Traditional

    Private residence turned European-style hotel in the hub of Washington DC. Modern rooms with Italian linens, classic bathrooms and all the mod-cons. French cuisine at Cafe Lombardy, while Venetian Bar and Lounge is a more casual affair. Gym and business facilities are on site. A lively spot. See More

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  • Malolo B&B Marshall Heights, Southeast Washington DC 4 rooms from £123

    Local exploring  -  Not just in easy reach of the city centre by car or public transport, the property is also near to DC's countryside parks
    Hideaway  -  Outside of the city centre, the Malolo is a cosy little hideaway off the beaten track
    Sights nearby  -  5 miles from the city centre's main attractions, in easy reach of Fort Circle Park and Kenilworth Park & Aquatic Gardens
    Kayaking  -  A short drive from Ballpark Boathouse kayak and canoe rental on the Anacostia River

    A warm and welcoming family-oriented B&B featuring a pleasant garden and South Pacific style decor and hospitality. Chef Jorge cooks made-to-order breakfasts and 5 to 7 course dinners to enjoy around the kitchen table. A one-off character filled property a short metro ride from the sights. See More

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  • The Graham Washington DC 57 rooms from £125

    Sights nearby  -  The White House and Lincolns Monument are favourites, and do not forget The Old Stone House is the oldest house in Georgetown.
    Views  -  Great views from hotel
    Lively  -  Hip and happening.
    Full of character
    Recommended by  -  Tablet

    Modern Georgetown hotel resting in a quiet, historical resident area stones throw from the city lights. Modern rooms house marble bathrooms and comfortable beds. The bar on the roof terrace and The Alex restaurant are both casual and lively. Great spot for exploring restaurants and the city. See More

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  • Kimpton Glover Park Hotel Washington DC (Westchester, NW Washington) 150 rooms from £133

    Local exploring  -  The hotel is located in NW Washington's leafy suburbs, with great shuttle links to trendy Georgetown and the City Centre
    Business meetings  -  The hotel is exceedingly well equipped with a great business centre, meeting rooms and banqueting facilities
    Sights nearby  -  A short trip from the Tudor Place Historic House and Gardens and the Washington National Cathedral
    Views  -  Rooms boast great views over the local area's parks and green spaces

    A modern hotel with crisp, clean and stylish en-suite rooms, well suited to business trips to the capital city. Nestled in a leafy, quiet patch of North West DC, the Glover Park boasts excellent business facilities and a cosy Italian restaurant, brimming with understated style. See More

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  • Swann House Washington DC 12 rooms from £137

    Local exploring  -  Located in the historic Dupont Circle neighborhood, there is plenty to see and do in the vicinity and further afield
    Full of character  -  Plenty of original features including crystal chandeliers, elaborately carved fireplaces and original plaster moldings.
    Restrictions on children  -  Children over 12 years old can be accommodated, however no extra beds will be provided.
    Sights nearby  -  The White House, Tudor Place, Mount Vernon, The Old Town Trolley and the National Zoo

    A lavish and inviting 19th century B&B. The more opulent suites come complete with four poster beds, sateen sheets, private whirlpool bathtubs, and wood burning fireplaces. Conveniently located just minutes from major sites, in the charming and historic Dupont Circle neighborhood. See More

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  • The Melrose Georgetown Washington DC 240 rooms from £140

    Sights nearby  -  The White House, Lincoln Memorial, The Smithsonian Museums, The National Museums of Natural History and many more!
    Designer  -  Uniquely designed interiors.

    Chic luxury hotel, in the upmarket area of Georgetown. Sleek, sophisticated and luxurious - the decor hits the perfect balance between modern minimalism and opulence. Experience the seasonal, inventive "farm-to-fork" cuisine at Jardenea Restaurant. An elegant and contemporary base in the capital. See More

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  • Eaton DC Washington DC (Downtown Washington) 209 rooms from £144

    Hotel Entertainment  -  The hotel boasts a range of live music and performances and an on-site online and broadcast radio station
    City Style  -  Conscious, hi-tech style in the heart of Downtown DC
    Sights nearby  -  The White House is a short walk away, and the National Mall and its landmarks are in easy reach
    Local markets  -  The FRESHFARM By the White House Farmers and craft Market is a short walk away
    Recommended by  -  Tablet

    This ultra-modern and stylish hotel is an eco and socially conscious hub and a hive of fresh, new and forward-thinking ideas and culture. Featuring chic en-suite rooms, an on-site restaurant and roof terrace. Perfect for explorers and younger travellers with attractive rates in a central location. See More

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  • Viceroy Washington DC Washington DC 178 rooms from £151

    Value chic  -  Breakfast costs the earth but the rooms are incredibly good-value when considering all the included luxury amenities
    Business meetings  -  The place to get work done that feels the antithesis of corporate or a traditional business hotel
    City Style  -  Stay here if you want to feel the pulse of Washington's D.C bright, successful, young things
    Sights nearby  -  White House, Jefferson Memorial and The Capitol
    Recommended by  -  Tablet

    A classic Viceroy hotel; boutique in style, business-friendly, affordable and the height of cool. Plush and incredibly comfortable Mid-century style rooms have clean lines, Frette linen and impressive city views. The sparkling rooftop pool, bar and restaurant is the real draw. Contemporary and chic. See More

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  • Thompson Washington DC Washington DC 225 rooms from £161

    City Style  -  A sophisticated space that offers clean contemporary design and one of the city's hottest restaurants
    Local exploring  -  Boasting a very central location just minutes from Anacostia waterfront and marina in Navys Yard
    Foodies  -  Maialino Mare, is a seafood-focused sister spot to New York City's Roman trattoria
    Designer  -  Uniquely designed interiors.

    A seriously luxe hotel set in Navy Yard, one of the city's trendiest districts. Rooms perfectly merge the industrial building's original features with contemporary minimalist design. However, it's the restaurant Maialino Mare that's really got guests clamouring for a reservation - simply superb! See More

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  • American Guest House Washington DC (Dupont Circle, North West Washington) 12 rooms from £166

    Local exploring  -  Ideally located for explorers, the property is in easy reach of DC's nightlife, museums and the National Mall
    Romantic Break  -  Plush, cosy rooms and roaring fireplaces make this property a romantic little bolthole full of character
    Sights nearby  -  Within easy reach of the National Mall and it's world famous sights
    Minimum Stay  -  Minimum stay from 1 to 3 nights depending on the time of year

    An historic bed and breakfast in Dupont Circle, a popular tourist neighbourhood. 12 rooms make up this traditionally decorated stately home with a cosy, welcoming and traditional atmosphere and fabulous home cooked breakfasts, all in easy reach of Downtown and Central DC's sights and nightlife. See More

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  • The George, Washington DC Washington DC 139 rooms from £174

    Sights nearby  -  Absorb some of DC's rich history at the museums and monuments of National Mall.
    Restrictions on children  -  No children
    Lively  -  Hip and happening.
    Designer  -  Uniquely designed interiors.

    Cutting edge downtown hotel with every modern convenience. Rooms are spacious, chic and extremely comfortable. Minutes from DC’s hottest attractions and metro lines. Explore like a local! See More

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  • The Fairmont Washington DC Washington DC (West End) 413 rooms from £187

    Romantic Break  -  Rooms are modern, large and supremely comfortable, and the range of amenities allow for a comprehensive couples retreat
    City Style  -  An impressive, marble-clad grand hotel, boasting stylish rooms in the city's trendy west end
    Sights nearby  -  A short walk from the Mahatma Gandhi Memorial and in easy reach of the National Mall's world famous sights
    Swimming Pool  -  Indoor salt water lap pool

    An impressive and grand hotel, dripping with luxury design and elegance. Fully modern, with an indoor salt water pool, extensive fitness suite, and large, en-suite rooms, the Fairmont is an ideal luxury romantic destination in a stylish, cosmopolitan area of the city. See More

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  • The Morrison Clark Inn Washington DC 114 rooms from £211

    Local exploring  -  Perfect base to explore the city.
    Luxury
    Sights nearby  -  The White House and Lincoln Memoiral.
    Full of character

    Washington DC elegant Victorian mansion hotel with antique furnishing, marble fireplaces, in-room mod-cons and modern bathrooms. The dining rooms offer American cuisine in a mirror-gilded setting, or step down to the lobby for a cocktail and small plates. Great spot in the capital for exploring. See More

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  • The Dupont Circle Hotel Washington DC 327 rooms from £212

    Sights nearby  -  Whether it's paying a visit to the White House, or to buzzing Gerogetown - this location makes it all easily accessible
    Recommended by  -  Mr & Mrs Smith, Tablet

    A fashionable hotel within walking distance from iconic attractions. The modern and smart rooms, featuring large, plump, four-poster beds, create a stylish, city atmosphere. There is a chic and lively bar and large dedicated spaces for events, meetings, and weddings. See More

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  • Mandarin Oriental Washington DC Washington DC 400 rooms from £215

    City Style  -  A luxury stay with all the expected trimmings included stylish design, a fabulous spa, and top-notch dining
    Families  -  A very family-friendly option - expect soft toys on arrival, babysitting services, and kids' menus
    Swimming Pool  -  50 foot indoor heated pool
    Opulent

    A five-star luxury stay set in a quiet cul-de-sac near the Tidal Basin. Expect all the luxury trimmings here: spacious suites that perfectly mix a homely feel with a touch of indulgence, a spoiling spa, and even a sushi bar. As suitable for families as for business people. See More

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  • Riggs Washington DC (Washington) 181 rooms from £232

    City Style  -  The hoteliers have done a stellar job here, blending the grandeur of the old bank building with some cool contemporary style
    Bar  -  Arguably one of the most inventive cocktail lists offered in the city in this elegant bar
    Sights nearby  -  Visit the iconic Washington Monument and the Memorial Mall or the U.S. Capitol
    Designer  -  Uniquely designed interiors.

    This is a special place. An old bank building, with all the associated grandeur and large proportions, completely overhauled with gallery-worthy contemporary style. Rooms are all individually designed; there is a superb french bistro and a bar that's sure to keep you coming back! See More

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  • Rosewood Washington Washington DC (Georgetown, North West DC) 55 rooms from £242

    Local exploring  -  The Hotel is ideally located to explore the trendy and cosmopolitan NW district, as well as the city centre attractions
    City Style  -  A stylish and modern hotel in a charming community with great access to DC's attractions and business centres
    Sights nearby  -  A short distance from the National Mall, Lincoln Monument and Memorial and the closer Georgetown Waterfront Park
    Designer  -  Designed by Peter Silling of Peter Silling & Associates Hotel Interior Design Ltd

    An ideal destination for travellers to DC on business or for pleasure, featuring crisp and modern design, excellent dining courtesy of CUT by Wolfgang Peck, and captivating rooftop terrace spaces. The cosmopolitan and culturally rich atmosphere compliments the hotel's Georgetown location perfectly. See More

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  • Ritz Carlton Washington DC Washington DC (Washington) 86 rooms from £265

    Weddings  -  Beautiful bridal suites, an expansive banquet hall, and a well-oiled hospitality team to make sure everything runs smoothly
    City Style  -  Luxurious, stylish, and unmatched service - it doesn't get much better than this
    Romantic  -  Good for couples.
    Spa

    A grand five-star set in the heart of the city (near Foggy Bottom metro). Interiors are beautifully styled with a fresh contemporary feel but with all the opulent grandeur of an era gone by. The slick bar serves innovative cocktails and Westend Bistro has superb fine-dining. A luxury stay. See More

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  • The Embassy Row Hotel Washington DC 231 rooms from £311

    Boutique  -  A boutique space as suitable for buisness people as it is for a couples, but it is the unique style that makes it standout
    City Style  -  A stylish hotel with a young and fun feel. Complete with a games room and rooftop pool with weekend silent discos
    Swimming Pool  -  Roof terrace pool
    Lively  -  Hip and happening.

    This boutique hotel is a bit of a chameleon. With its smart contemporary rooms on the one hand and a games room that encourages interaction and a roof terrace pool that is the host to summer silent discos on the other. As suitable for the business traveller as young couples. An undeniably cool stay. See More

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  • The Line DC Washington DC (DC) 220 rooms from £314

    City Style  -  A neoclassical church expertly transformed into a hip hotel- painted pews, brass features, prayer books and vintage furnishings
    Foodies  -  There are four world class restaurants as well as a cafe, and a bar- each offering something completely different
    Sights nearby  -  The 18th-century Washington National Cathedral is nearby and as the second largest in the US is worth checking out
    Local markets  -  This area boasts a couple of funky flea markets, as well as Idle Time Books filled with out of print treasures
    Recommended by  -  Mr & Mrs Smith, Tablet

    This neoclassical church has been expertly metamorphosed into a hip hotel in Adams Morgan district, Washington. Old and new have been meshed together to create a new ironic definition of worship, glorifying style and swagger above all else. Everything from rooms to restaurants will impress. See More

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  • Henley Park Hotel Washington DC 96 rooms from £340

    Sights nearby  -  Smithsonian Museum, Capitol Hill, the Convention Centre.
    Full of character
    Great walks  -  Good for walkers.
    Traditional

    This European-style luxury boutique at the heart of downtown Washington DC offers spacious rooms with all the mod-cons and modern bathrooms. The Tavern serves All-American dishes, Blue Bar offers signature cocktails and sharing plates. A great spot for DC nightlife and, by day, for culture exploring See More

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  • The Watergate Hotel Washington DC 336 rooms from £372

    City Style  -  An uber slick hotel in the heart of the city.
    Sights nearby  -  Visit the oldest federal cultual institution in the states, the Library of Congress.
    Swimming Pool  -  15m indoor heated pool with 3 lap lanes and a dedicated aerobics area
    Views  -  Great views from hotel

    A luxury hotel on the banks of the Potomac River. Smart rooms feature floor to ceiling windows, modern furniture, soft hues and plenty of space. Entertainment comes from the bevy of food and beverage options with a whisky bar, rooftop bar and French-American restaurant. Fabulous. See More

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  • The Hay-Adams Washington DC 145 rooms from £389

    Sights nearby  -  Farragut Square and the Admiral David G Farragut Statue are just around the corner to the hotel.
    Views  -  Great views from hotel
    Full of character
    Landmark  -  Comes with a reputation.

    Award-winning hospitality, fabulous views of the White House. A prime location for Washington DC. Luxurious large rooms with Italian linens and modern bathrooms. The Lafayette is an upscale restaurant popular around town, or head to Off The Record for a cocktail. Prime spot for local exploring. See More

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  • Jefferson Hotel Washington DC 96 rooms from £410

    Foodies  -  Fine dining Plume restaurant holds 1 Michelin Star
    Full of character
    Great walks  -  To The White House or The Washington National Memoiral are both a 15 minute walk away.
    Sights nearby  -  Washington DC is all walking distance.

    A Renaissance revival with a statue of Thomas Jefferson and a grand marble staircase, high ceiling rooms exude luxury with big windows. Fine dining at Plume restaurant serves seasonal dishes and an extensive wine list. Explore the city at ease from this prime spot, or relax at the in-house spa. See More

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  • Four Seasons Washington DC Washington DC 221 rooms from £683

    Local exploring  -  Georgetown is a lovely historic setting and the local neighbourhood is packed with restaurants and shops running along the canal
    City Style  -  Upscale, elegant, and filled with VIP guests - this Four Seasons is a smart choice
    Families  -  The concierge service will organise a multitude of activities for children
    Sights nearby  -  A trip to the White House and Capitol building are an absolute must

    Upmarket and elegant, a classic Four Seasons stay in historic Georgetown. Spacious rooms and suites are decorated in cream hues - the feel is classic but there are smart contemporary touches in the fixtures and fittings. Dining is an unsurprisingly glamorous affair. Luxury defined. See More

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