Best Hotels in Washington, D.C.

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With so many landmarks and museums to visit in our nation's capital, picking a hotel may seem like another daunting task. Opt for the convenience of staying directly across from the White House, or embrace D.C.'s historic side by sleeping in a hotel with renovated rooms where Lincoln once lived, Coolidge governed, and Martin Luther King Jr. wrote.

No. 3 Four Seasons Hotel, Washington, D.C.

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Spacious and rambling, this Four Seasons sits on an unassuming patch of Georgetown real estate. Guest quarters are split into two wings; currently the east wing's 151 newly renovated rooms are the best bet. All have stylish contemporary furniture, a muted palette of mauve and sage, chic lithographs in gilt-edged frames, and brand-new bathrooms with soaking tubs and separate glass-and-stone showers. (The 60 west-wing rooms, furnished more traditionally with antiques but with so-so bathrooms, are up for a matching redo by summer 2008). The fitness center here is grand, comfortable, and flooded with light from floor-to-ceiling windows overlooking the C&O Canal.

Best Hotels in Washington, D.C.

No. 3 Four Seasons Hotel, Washington, D.C.

Spacious and rambling, this Four Seasons sits on an unassuming patch of Georgetown real estate. Guest quarters are split into two wings; currently the east wing's 151 newly renovated rooms are the best bet. All have stylish contemporary furniture, a muted palette of mauve and sage, chic lithographs in gilt-edged frames, and brand-new bathrooms with soaking tubs and separate glass-and-stone showers. (The 60 west-wing rooms, furnished more traditionally with antiques but with so-so bathrooms, are up for a matching redo by summer 2008). The fitness center here is grand, comfortable, and flooded with light from floor-to-ceiling windows overlooking the C&O Canal.

Courtesy of Four Seasons Hotels
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