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“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.”

“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.”

Hotel Review

You are greeted in the lobby by a 60-foot vaulted ceiling bearing a brass pipe chandelier crafted from the organ that once played in this church. This theme of taking the building's heritage and twisting it into its modern form is echoed throughout the hotel, from the Brother and Sisters bar to the painted pews scattered around the hotel. The hotel has retained the church's position as a place of community, with 85 percent of the staff living in the district. The rooms are so thoughtfully put together that one feels almost instantly at home (if your home could ever be this stylish) and the temptation is just to stay here, but eventually the draw of the four excellent eateries and the I’ve Done Some Dastardly Things cocktails will draw you out! This was hands down the best time I have ever had in a church!
Recommended for
  • 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

Recommended For

  • 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
  • Museums
  • The nearby Phillips Collection, housed in a converted Dupont Circle mansion, holds a great many artists treasures
  • Local markets
  • This area boasts a couple of funky flea markets, as well as Idle Time Books filled with out of print treasures
  • Other Activities
  • The up and coming Adams Morgan district is filled with pop up restaurants, hip bars and funky boutiques
  • Hotel Entertainment
  • The communal areas (from bars to restaurants, rooftops to cafes) call for socialising and having fun
  • Pet friendly
  • All dogs are welcome here and special pet packages include a donation to a local pet charity
  • Romantic
  • Views
  • Lively
  • Roof terrace
  • Theme hotel
  • Full of character
  • Good wine list
  • Opulent
  • Quirky
  • Restaurant
  • Artworks
  • Landmark
  • Historic
  • Chic
  • Gym
  • Antiques
  • Luxury
  • Child friendly
  • Wellbeing
  • Traditional

Facilities

  • Pet friendly
  • All dogs are welcome here and special pet packages include a donation to a local pet charity
  • Roof terrace
  • Wifi
  • Views
  • Towelling robes
  • Parking
  • Bar
  • Walking distance restaurants
  • Cots available
  • Satellite / Cable TV
  • Good wine list
  • Restaurant
  • Gym
  • Child friendly
  • Room service
  • Suites
  • Air conditioning
  • In room music system

Activities

  • Sights nearby
  • The 18th-century Washington National Cathedral is nearby and as the second largest in the US is worth checking out
  • Museums
  • The nearby Phillips Collection, housed in a converted Dupont Circle mansion, holds a great many artists treasures
  • Local markets
  • This area boasts a couple of funky flea markets, as well as Idle Time Books filled with out of print treasures
  • Other Activities
  • The up and coming Adams Morgan district is filled with pop up restaurants, hip bars and funky boutiques
  • Hotel Entertainment
  • The communal areas (from bars to restaurants, rooftops to cafes) call for socialising and having fun

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Other Reviews

Why The LINE DC Is Washington, DC's Hippest Hotel

"it melds an aesthetic that pays homage to its structure and neighborhood, restaurants and bars helmed by local talent, and a super social, community vibe."

Originally published by Forbes (view article)

Finding your religion at the Line

"The design team salvaged many of the furnishings and materials. They painted the pews in Rothko shades and set them by the elevators."

Originally published by The Washington Post (view article)

A Design-Driven Newcomer Spices Things Up

"the lobby’s 60-foot vaulted ceiling, brass details and large copper entry doors recall the building’s days as a house of worship, and so do the pews, now repainted in bright colors, that are scattered throughout the public spaces."

Originally published by The New York Times (view article)

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220 rooms from £314 per night

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