Washington Travel Guide
Articles about Washington
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.
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.
Why go for mass-market when you can have donuts laced with lavender, or shaped like a Voodoo doll?
Hotels in Washington
Located in downtown minutes from the Seattle Art Museum and Pike Place Market, the Four Seasons hotel has a discreet side-street entrance leading to a lobby with sweeping views of Elliott Bay and the Olympic Mountains.
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.