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    W Washington DC

    W Washington DC

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    17 reviews
    Very Good! - 83% of guests recommend

    Great place! Have a few of the handcrafted cocktails at POV (the rooftop bar), and wake up to a view of the department of Treasury! Great staff, lovely unique rooms, and a lot of fun on the weekends! Can't wait to go back!

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    Omni Shoreham Hotel

    Omni Shoreham Hotel

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    8 reviews
    Excellent! - 88% of guests recommend

    This hotel is cavernous; it's easy to get lost. If you are rushing off to a convention or a fundraiser there, you might miss the glory of the place. The lobby is beautiful, and spectacular. There are banners remembering the many events and personalities that have come to the Shoreham -- from a Rudy Vallee performance to the Beatles to ...

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    The Liaison Capitol Hill, An Affinia Hotel

    The Liaison Capitol Hill, An Affinia Hotel

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    8 reviews
    Very Good! - 82% of guests recommend

    The room is okay, but not terrific. Shampoo & other amenities are in tiny bottles and you cannot get product out. It took 7 minutes to get enough body lotion to do the whole body. Water was only lukewarm morning and evening. And there are very creepy photos in the hallway, suggesting a liaison between an older man (a political ...

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    Mandarin Oriental, Washington D.C.

    Mandarin Oriental, Washington D.C.

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    8 reviews
    Excellent! - 85% of guests recommend

    Lovely hotel. A bit cookie cutter but still maintains some of the charm / Asian influences that MO is known for. F&B facilities are good. Weekend brunches are excellent. The major drawback to this property is the location. It isn't convenient and skews a bit dodgy. Don't plan to walk from the property. You'll probably need to take taxis.

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    Tabard Inn

    Tabard Inn

    7 reviews
    Good! - 79% of guests recommend

    Beautiful boutique hotel in northwest DC - an excellent lodging option. Great pub-style restaurant as well.

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    Hotel Palomar Washington DC - a Kimpton Hotel

    Hotel Palomar Washington DC - a Kimpton Hotel

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    8 reviews
    Excellent! - 88% of guests recommend

    Really awesome hotel. Their wine and small food during happy hour was great! Lots of people attended but they never ran out of wine! Also the rooms were really nice.

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    Willard InterContinental Washington

    Willard InterContinental Washington

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    6 reviews
    Excellent! - 91% of guests recommend

    The Willard InterContinental hotel is probably one of the best hotels in Washington, DC. With a location not far from the White House, it impossible not to rub elbows with the Washington elite! From the spa to the private dining rooms it spells class in every way. The staff is great! Regardless the event they always take great care and ...

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    Hotel Helix - a Kimpton Hotel

    Hotel Helix - a Kimpton Hotel

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    7 reviews
    Very Good! - 80% of guests recommend

    Walking into the lobby I felt immediately like I wanted a cocktail and to sit in the open courtyard and relax. The hotel rooms are smaller than a few of the other Kimpton properties, but they featured the best mini bar. The in-room refrigerator is based on the 1960s refrigerators and it added a fun component to the room. I’m ...

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    The Jefferson, Washington DC

    The Jefferson, Washington DC

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    5 reviews
    Very Good! - 83% of guests recommend

    Best bar in DC. Oh and nothing beats their Caesar salad. The ultimate test of a hotel other than a concierge of course!

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    The Ritz-Carlton, Washington DC

    The Ritz-Carlton, Washington DC

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    6 reviews
    Very Good! - 83% of guests recommend

    Classic Ritz-Carlton. Elegant furnishings, very sharp and attentive staff. The reliability that you would expect. The building is newer, and not as interesting as some others I have visited. But it's convenient if you are doing business -- there are comfortable seating areas on the first floor, a lobby cafe and bar, as well as the restaurant. My favorite feature ...

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    Grand Hyatt Hotel

    Grand Hyatt Hotel

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    5 reviews

    If you want to stay in a hotel that you never have to leave, this is the place. Restaurants, coffee bars, stores, and atms surround the soaring atrium. Oh, and there's a piano in the water in the lobby. The rooms are fine. I liked the good-sized desk. You don't have to go outside to get to a health club ...

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    Hilton Washington

    Hilton Washington

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    9 reviews
    Very Good! - 81% of guests recommend

    Great location near the White House. Parking is very expensive as it is valet only. The series of one way streets can be a challenge here especially if there is road construction going on. The lobby bar is very expansive and welcoming. The rooms were pretty standard and on the verge of needing an update (as of 2011).

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    Marriott Residence Inn

    Marriott Residence Inn

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    5 reviews

    Talk about comfort with plenty of room to move around. The Residence Inn downtown is a great place to make a long stay (or a short one, though it may be more space than anyone needs for just a weekend). I felt like I was in an apartment rather than a hotel room, with a great kitchen area and spacious ...

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    Crowne Plaza Hotel The Hamilton-Washington DC

    Crowne Plaza Hotel The Hamilton-Washington DC

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    5 reviews

    I was truly impressed with the decor in this place, and that isn't something that typically stands out for me. This hotel offers a great mix of stately charm and modern finishings. The lobby itself was a place I could happily spend a few hours hanging out, and there's a great looking bar/restaurant connected to the hotel that was full ...

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    Renaissance Mayflower Hotel

    Renaissance Mayflower Hotel

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    7 reviews
    Very Good! - 83% of guests recommend

    The Mayflower has one of DC's best restaurants - Edgar. The Edgar's bar is always busy with business travelers and members of The Hill. It has a scandalous past which makes it one of the best places to see the movers and shakers of D.C.

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    The Normandy Hotel

    The Normandy Hotel

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    5 reviews
    Very Good! - 84% of guests recommend

    I really liked the warmth and coziness of this place. Lots of couches and soft jazz music in the common areas. Pretty flower displays. The rooms aren't large but they are nicely decorated and up-to-date. That said, I'd rather hang out downstairs. There's a free wine hour most evenings. It's a great time to chat with other guests, some of ...

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    Four Seasons

    Four Seasons

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    4 reviews

    The Four Seasons Hotel in Washington D.C. is a luxury experience unlike any other. They have something for every member of the family as well as kid friendly activities and pampering. Located in the heart of Georgetown, this wonderful hotel puts you in walking distance from some of the biggest attractions. In addition, their pool, fitness center, and spa will ...

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    Hyatt Regency Washington DC

    Hyatt Regency Washington DC

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    4 reviews

    Restaurant is very good -nice wine list. Service is nice and staff remembers your name if you come even semi regular- Staff is great and rooms are very pleasant. Conference rooms are spacious and easy access to trains downtown is a big plus!

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    The Hay-Adams

    The Hay-Adams

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    4 reviews
    Excellent! - 93% of guests recommend

    Hands down my favorite hotel in DC! Amazing service, fabulous rooms, car service, a beautiful terrace, fabulous bar (full of DC types) and you're right next to the White House! Worth every penny.

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    Embassy Suites Washington-Convention Center

    Embassy Suites Washington-Convention Center

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    4 reviews
    Excellent! - 86% of guests recommend

    Very reasonable hotel for the price. Convenient, clean with nicely designed rooms for business travellers.

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Washington D.C. Hotel Insider
America’s capital city has so much to offer. Washington, D.C., is a historically rich destination filled with museums, monuments, and eye-catching sights that will keep your camera snapping for days. The beauty of D.C. is that many of the attractions are free, so visiting doesn’t have to break the bank, and its numerous hotels can accommodate every kind of trip and traveller.

Washington, D.C., Hotels
Exploring any city is best when you have a cozy base to return to, and D.C. has many options that offer great hospitality. Near Washington D.C.’s major attractions you can find clean rooms, nice pools and fitness centers, complimentary breakfast, and great service. Some excellent choices include the Hilton Garden Inn in the Penn Quarter, the Normandy Hotel in the Adams-Morgan area of the city, and the Quincy Hotel in Midtown. A popular family destination, D.C. has several hotels that make it a special experience for the younger travellers. The Embassy Suites, not far from Georgetown, has a huge pool and a game room, as well as more spacious suites for families to spread out in. Another great choice is Kimpton’s Hotel Monaco, which is unique in that it not only offers gift bags for the kids upon check-in, but a pet goldfish to care for during their stay.

Things to do in Washington, D.C.
One of Washington DC’s most popular destinations is the Smithsonian Institution complex, which consists of 18 museums and other cool attractions like the National Zoo. Popular spots include the Air and Space Museum, the American Art Museum, and the American History Museum. Wherever your interests take you, there are numerous hotels that offer easy access to the Smithsonian, including L’Enfant Plaza Hotel, the Courtyard Marriott, the Madison Hotel, and the JW Marriott. After you’ve enjoyed the historic side of D.C., switch it up and explore the trendy side of town. Georgetown is filled with boutique shops and unique eateries, and the Four Seasons and the Ritz Carlton Georgetown are just a few of the posh hotels in the area. Other options include the Georgetown Inn, the Georgetown Hill Inn, and the Graham Georgetown. If you don’t mind being a little further outside of Washington, D.C., you can grab a hotel in Arlington, Virginia, and other surrounding areas. These areas feature all the familiar mainstays, such as Holiday Inn, Hampton Inn, Residence Inn, Clarion, Courtyard by Marriott, and Sheraton. Iconic monuments and rich museums make Washington, D.C., a must-see, and the amazing variety of hotels will surely meet your needs.

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