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. 4 The Hay-Adams

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One of the city's finest hotels, this rebuilt 19th-century residence also boasts what is arguably the city's best location: directly across Lafayette Park from the White House, with knockout views of the famous mansion from the sixth, seventh, and eighth floors. The 145 impeccable guest rooms glow with sunlight from oversize windows; understated soft-beige furniture and beds swathed in Frette linens and pale Asian-inspired toile get a graceful lift from original and unique 1920's plasterwork on the ceilings. Downstairs, the elegant Lafayette Room restaurant overlooks the park—although watching power lunchers inside may be even more interesting.

Best Hotels in Washington, D.C.

No. 4 The Hay-Adams

One of the city's finest hotels, this rebuilt 19th-century residence also boasts what is arguably the city's best location: directly across Lafayette Park from the White House, with knockout views of the famous mansion from the sixth, seventh, and eighth floors. The 145 impeccable guest rooms glow with sunlight from oversize windows; understated soft-beige furniture and beds swathed in Frette linens and pale Asian-inspired toile get a graceful lift from original and unique 1920's plasterwork on the ceilings. Downstairs, the elegant Lafayette Room restaurant overlooks the park—although watching power lunchers inside may be even more interesting.

Courtesy of The Hay-Adams
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