Washington

Washington Travel Guide

Articles about Washington

By Ted Loos
Washington State is like that annoying kid in your high school class who was captain of the soccer team, valedictorian, and also interning at the local newspaper—how can she be so good at so many things? The state’s most established wine appell...
By Travel + Leisure Staff
London's Levantine Craze When Yotam Ottolenghi opened his first café in 2002, Middle Eastern food in London meant falafel and hummus. Not anymore. Hot on the heels of Ottolenghi’s fourth namesake project—a café-bar in Spitalfields (entrées $16–...
By Travel + Leisure Staff
London's Levantine Craze When Yotam Ottolenghi opened his first café in 2002, Middle Eastern food in London meant falafel and hummus. Not anymore. Hot on the heels of Ottolenghi’s fourth namesake project—a café-bar in Spitalfields (entrées $16–...
By Travel + Leisure Staff
London's Levantine Craze When Yotam Ottolenghi opened his first café in 2002, Middle Eastern food in London meant falafel and hummus. Not anymore. Hot on the heels of Ottolenghi’s fourth namesake project—a café-bar in Spitalfields (entrées $16–...
By Max Grinnell

Can’t stand the sight of one more ambiguous watercolor? Good news: the hotel art scene is breaking free of mass-produced “abstract” art. On display at these hotels: video installations, visual odes to the Louisville Slugger, and portraits made out of 3,400 combs.

By Sarah Z. Wexler

These hotels throughout the Wild West have standout amenities—saltwater soaking pools, lavender fields, a Lexus fleet, even a ghost—that will make any trip memorable. 

Hotels in Washington

If your preferred aesthetic is grande dame rather than high design, this historic property—which has hosted black-tie galas since 1924—is your only choice in Seattle.

Restaurants in Washington

The restaurant at the Inn at Little Washington, a 90-minute drive from Washington, D.C., and its chef, Patrick O'Connell, have received five James Beard Awards, including the 2001 Outstanding American Chef.

Things to do in Washington

Located in Rappahannock County, Virginia, this small, family-run vineyard was founded in 2004.