Chinatown/Convention Center Travel Guide
Hotels in Chinatown/Convention Center
Construction on this property was completed in 1866 by Robert Mills, architect of the Washington Monument; before it was a hotel, it originally opened as the city’s first General Post Office.
Restaurants in Chinatown/Convention Center
The more casual sister restaurant to Marcel’s, this traditional Belgian brasserie opened in the McPherson Square neighborhood in 2007.
Things to do in Chinatown/Convention Center
Sometimes described as the best children’s museum in the U.S., this stately museum is anything but on the inside—it houses a dizzying number of hands-on play areas for kids.