Hotels in Washington, D.C.
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
As unlike its regal sister hotel downtown as it's possible to be, this converted 19th-century incinerator in the heart of Georgetown is low-key, modern, and above all, private; there's even a hidden VIP entrance for visiting celebs and politicos.
The Hotel Tabard Inn is located five blocks from the White House in the Dupont Circle neighborhood. The hotel, opened in 1922 by Marie Willoughby Rogers, is made up of three 19th-century townhouses and boasts 40 individually decorated guest rooms.
The W’s D.C. outpost in Penn Quarter make look unassuming from its concrete exterior, but inside the hotel excudes a trendy atmosphere with brigh jewel tones and DJ spinning in the lobby. What rooms lack in space, they make up for in decor.
This funky boutique hotel three blocks from Dupont Circle is serious about the color red.