Hotels in Washington, D.C.
The 149-room hotel brings the luck and love of the Irish to Capitol Hill. The property is owned by an Irishman and shares the name of the famous park in Dublin. Waterford crystal sparkles in a display behind the front desk.
The all-suites hotel on a quiet street touts such special touches as full-size kitchens, coffee grinders and Potomac River views.
This 133-room boutique hotel is in the middle of M Street action but set slightly back, insulating guests from the loud street clatter. The property has two standout features: a rooftop pool and, off the lobby, the acclaimed Citronelle restaurant, run by celeb chef Michel Richard.
Tucked in a trio of Victorian row houses on a residential street, the European-style bed-and-breakfast provides a tranquil sanctuary steps from the action on 18th Street.
Popular with business and government workers — HUD, Energy, and NTSB all have offices in the same complex — this '60s-era hotel in L'Enfant Plaza attracts international conventioneers by the thousands.
The Jefferson strives for the elegance, culture, and innovation of its muse Thomas Jefferson. You might find antiques and presidential paraphernalia inside this historic Beaux Arts building, alongside modern amenities like electric vehicle charging stations.
A member of the Historic Hotels of America, the Renaissance Mayflower Hotel opened in 1925 and has a noted past hosting inaugural balls for every president from Coolidge through Reagan.
Whether you're hoping to lounge by a rooftop pool, dine at a restaurant run by a nationally renowned chef, or pay a visit to an epicenter of power, the Liaison Capitol Hill is a great fit. Situated between historic Union Station and the U.S.
Just a brief walk from Georgetown and Dupont Circle, this West End luxury hotel on a tree-lined stretch of 22nd Street has easy access to the monuments and the museums. The newly renovated property (2007) has a bright, airy, and fully wired lobby highlighted by an enormous skylight.
Located in Dupont Circle just one mile from the National Mall, Hotel Palomar is a Kimpton boutique property with a chic, art-inspired design.
Pop culture rules at this fame-obsessed Art Deco hotel with a red-carpet entrance. At home in trendy Logan Circle, this colorful Kimpton property has an over-the-top glam '60s style.
Just across the street from the White House, The Hay-Adams is a five-star hotel known for its luxe elegance. Rooms and suites here overlook some of DC’s most distinguished sights, while amenities include a luxury sedan service, iPads, a fitness center and a well-staffed concierge.
The sleek 139-room Washington, D.C., hotel is all about clean architectural materials such as limestone and dark teakwood paired with unexpected dashes of olive green and deep purple.
Unbeatable for location, the Hyatt Regency on Capitol Hill is within walking distance of many must-see DC attractions: The Smithsonian, the National Mall, and Union Station are all a brief stroll away, and the Capitol building is just two blocks south.
A locale on top of a Metro station puts this downtown Marriott just a quick train ride from the District's best attractions, but the hotel is also just a few blocks from sites like The National Mall, Smithsonian, and Ford's Theatre. Ritzier than the Holiday Inn that used to occupy the premises, t