LUXURIOUS STAY IN THE CAPITAL
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The St. Regis Washington DC
923 16th and K Streets, N.W., Washington, DC, 20006
In the heart of the capital, The St. Regis sits just one block from The White House, making it ideal for walks to local parks and museums. With luxury decor that nods to the sophistication of the city, expect opulent furnishings, state-of-the-art tech and elevated butler services upon request.
The Fairmont Washington DC
2401 M Street, NW, Washington, DC, 20037
The Fairmont is the ideal oasis for the chic woman entrepreneur doing biz in DC. You can opt to stay on the Gold Floor for an exclusive lifestyle experience, do yoga, crossfit and pilates at the Balance Gym and swing open your balcony doors to views of the Potomac River.
1200 16th St NW. Washington, DC, 20036
As one of the most prestigious boutique hotels in the city, The Jefferson prides itself on its history. Here you’ll find a library of leather bound books, historical documents signed by Jefferson himself and signed editions from famous authors who have also checked in.
800 16th St NW, Washington, DC 20006
The city’s only hotel ranked in Travel + Leisure’s Top 100, The Hay-Adams invites guests to choose from spectacular views of St. John’s Church, Lafayette Park and The White House. Housed in an Italian Renaissance-style mansion, this sophisticated lodging offers complimentary car services to downtown, luxury Italian linens and a fabulous Forbes-rated hotel bar called Off The Record.
The Ritz-Carlton Washington DC
1150 22nd St. NW, Washington, DC, 20037
One of DC’s most majestic five star hotels, the Ritz Carlton fills their halls with a crafted fragrance of Japanese cherry blossoms by legendary perfumiers Antica Farmacista. Past the lobby you’ll find an exclusive club lounge and in-house spa, making it a refined oasis amongst the busyness of downtown.
Rosewood Washington DC
1050 31st St NW, Washington, DC 20007
Resting on the waterfront of the C&O canal, the newly rebranded Rosewood lies in the heart of Georgetown. The all-brick bespoke location has a concierge staff that can guide you through the city like a local or set up after-hours shopping trips with downtown’s most exclusive retailers. After a long day in the city, find yourself at their rooftop bar with expansive views of the capital.
Mandarin Oriental DC
1330 Maryland Avenue, Washington, DC 20024
This five star luxury resort is an urban retreat with amazing views of the river. Its sprawling in-house spa offers beauty suites, steam rooms and zen relaxation areas, while the guest rooms will give you full view of the Jefferson Memorial and other monumental attractions.
Four Seasons Hotel Washington DC
2800 Pennsylvania Ave., NW, Washington, DC 20007
A sleek alternative to the city’s many historic hotels, the Four Seasons’ rooms play with art-deco and modern contemporary elements. Chic food and drink options include a steakhouse, high-rise breakfast bar as well as a wine bar and cocktail lounge. With over 800 miles of walking and jogging paths in the city, tie up your sneakers and grab a sports towel and runner’s map, available in the lobby.
The Ritz-Carlton Georgetown
3100 South Street, N.W. Washington, DC 20007
On a quiet street in a renovated industrial building, the Georgetown location of the Ritz provides a modern and hip alternative to the gorgeous classic in the heart of the city. Take a seat in the Living Room (their lobby) by the fireplace, and be pleasantly surprised by the nightly s’mores.
The Inn at Little Washington
Middle and Main Street, Washington, VA 22747
This colonial style 24-room hotel is a quiet escape a few hours away from DC proper, offering views of the countryside and classical decorations with an homage to the founding fathers. Peruse their on-site gift shops or dine at their acclaimed European-style restaurant.