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    Morrison-Clark Historic Inn

    Morrison-Clark Historic Inn

    Hotel Class:
    4.5
    4 reviews

    Morrison-Clark is a historic hotel centrally located near the convention center. The inn is considered a historic hotel of America. The rooms are tiny, but cozy and warm. Since the hotel is historic the furnishings are old world style as well. One of the best things is the free Wi-Fi. The hotel has a restaurant if you don’t want to ...

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  • 2
    Donovan House

    Donovan House

    Hotel Class:
    4
    5 reviews

    I felt like a celebrity walking into the Donovan House. The hotel concierge and front desk staff was very attentive. The décor is stunning and gorgeous and it made me look for local D.C. celebrities. The hotel has a rooftop pool, which is very rare in D.C., and it gets crowded during happy hour and post dinner. The restaurant seemed ...

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  • 3
    The Churchill

    The Churchill

    Hotel Class:
    3.5
    4 reviews

    Luxury, elegance, and classic are a few words that come to mind in describing The Churchill hotel which is located in the burgeoning Dupont Circle area of D.C. The hotel is close to Embassy Row, near various diplomat offices, and is charming for a mid-size hotel. I recommend this hotel for luxury seekers. The hotel is in a diverse part ...

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  • 4
    The Normandy Hotel

    The Normandy Hotel

    Hotel Class:
    4
    5 reviews

    I walked in the lobby of the hotel and knew this is a small boutique hotel that is perfect for experiencing D.C. and feeling like a local. It’s located in the Dupont Circle area and is central to restaurants, monuments, and the heart of DC. I’m glad that hotel has complimentary Wi-Fi because you can stay connected. The hotel doesn’t ...

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  • 5
    The Henley Park Hotel

    The Henley Park Hotel

    Hotel Class:
    4.5
    3 reviews

    This is an old money hotel. The second you walk in you want to walk a little straighter, put down your phone and enjoy the ambience. The rooms aren’t large, but they are luxurious in the old school way of traveling. I wouldn’t recommend this hotel for families. It feels that at every turn you might break something. It doesn’t ...

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  • 6
    Crowne Plaza Hotel The Hamilton-Washington DC

    Crowne Plaza Hotel The Hamilton-Washington DC

    Hotel Class:
    4
    5 reviews

    I felt luxury the second I walked into the lobby. This hotel is for the luxury traveler and business traveler with a great travel budget. The rooms are rather small and I wouldn’t recommend this hotel to families with small children. The hotel has an executive floor for business travelers to unwind from the chaos of D.C. The restaurant 14K ...

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  • 7
    Hotel Helix - a Kimpton Hotel

    Hotel Helix - a Kimpton Hotel

    Hotel Class:
    4.5
    7 reviews

    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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    Rouge Hotel, a Kimpton Hotel

    Rouge Hotel, a Kimpton Hotel

    Hotel Class:
    4
    4 reviews

    Walking into Hotel Rouge made me feel like I was in the hip area of town. The hotel colors are bright reds and yellows and definitely a scene. The rooms have been recently remodeled with the same bright colors featured in the lobby of the hotel. I noticed a few dog bowls in the rooms. This hotel is for guests ...

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  • 9
    Topaz Hotel, a Kimpton Hotel

    Topaz Hotel, a Kimpton Hotel

    Hotel Class:
    3.5
    4 reviews

    Topaz is located in Dupont Circle, but the street seems world away from the busy circle. If you blink you will miss the hotel, but once you walk in the lobby you leave the business of D.C. The hotel’s lobby is small, but lively and a great place to regroup before a night on the town. The hotel offers free ...

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  • 10
    Hotel Madera

    Hotel Madera

    Hotel Class:
    4
    4 reviews

    I felt like I needed to be a hipster at the Hotel Madera. The hotel is located between Dupont Circle and Foggy Bottom and it’s definitely a scene. The restaurant Firefly is next door and it’s very popular. The hotel has a few rooms with small patios, but the rooms aren’t large. I would recommend this hotel to young professionals, ...

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  • 11
    Phoenix Park Hotel

    Phoenix Park Hotel

    Hotel Class:
    4
    5 reviews

    I love the old dark wood, glass and chandeliers in this Historic Hotel of America. The meeting rooms have a distinctive old world charm. Lovely oil paintings on the walls. The hotel is just down the street from the Capitol, and its pub, The Dubliner, is a long time watering hole for the Capitol Hill crowd. Union Station and the ...

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  • 12
    Willard InterContinental Washington

    Willard InterContinental Washington

    Hotel Class:
    5
    6 reviews

    This is, perhaps, the most storied hotel in Washington. It's only a block or two from the White House. Every U.S. President since the 1850's has been a guest or visitor there. The lobby is just beautiful. You almost feel as though you are carried back in time. When I was there, afternoon tea was being served. It felt quite ...

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  • 13
    Courtyard by Marriott Washington Convention Center

    Courtyard by Marriott Washington Convention Center

    Hotel Class:
    5
    2 reviews

    I've never been in a Courtyard like this one! It's in a grand old building constructed in 1891 and first remodeled back in 1912. The ground floors had been a bank. When I showed interest in the building, the concierge graciously showed me the original bank vault door that has been preserved on the lower level. The location can't be ...

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  • 14
    Tabard Inn

    Tabard Inn

    4.5
    7 reviews

    I love the look of this place! The inn has dark wood and an eclectic, fun décor. They have a house designer who puts antiques together with more modern art. It's a good spot for a small wedding or honeymoon. But the hotel has lots of regulars, who breeze into town on business and seek a comfy atmosphere in the ...

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  • 15
    The Fairfax at Embassy Row

    The Fairfax at Embassy Row

    Hotel Class:
    4
    4 reviews

    If you like the latest modern amenities, this is not the place for you. This hotel is old-fashioned grace and elegance. I loved the old Oriental rugs, furniture and chandeliers and the soft jazz playing overhead. As the name says, it's along Embassy Row. The hotel's walls have old photos of the embassies as well as prints of Washington in ...

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  • 16
    Windsor Inn

    Windsor Inn

    Hotel Class:
    4
    3 reviews

    This is one quaint, neat little place. The hotel has a great, old historic feel. The rooms are small but equally quaint and interesting, and the breakfast space especially has the feel of a nice old inn. I particularly appreciated the outdoor patio areas where I could find a quiet moment to check email and relax. I also love the ...

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  • 17
    Omni Shoreham Hotel

    Omni Shoreham Hotel

    Hotel Class:
    4.5
    8 reviews

    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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  • 18
    The Jefferson, Washington DC

    The Jefferson, Washington DC

    Hotel Class:
    5
    5 reviews

    I wish I could give 99 stars to this place. Amazing restaurants, fantastic little rooms and cubbies to sit and work during the day, beautiful guest rooms (no room is the same as another) with scrumptious duvets and crisp sheets. There was a TV in the bathroom mirror....you know, since I need to check my stock prices while I'm brushing ...

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  • 19
    The Hay-Adams

    The Hay-Adams

    Hotel Class:
    4.5
    4 reviews

    At the Hay-Adams, rates are based on the view. You want to look at the White House in your pajamas? It's going to cost you. But it's worth it, at least once! The other views are St. John's Church (nice), Lafayette Square (too much like Haight-Ashbury for me) and (I swear) the alley. If you can do it, try to ...

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  • 20
    The Carlyle Suites

    The Carlyle Suites

    Hotel Class:
    4.5
    4 reviews

    I love the funky, art deco look of this hotel. Everything from the lettering on the outside, to the chairs and telephone in the lobby, to the elevators are in the style. The restaurant, Twist Dupont,is colorful and fun. Since the rooms are suites, some stay for longer terms. I spoke with an airline steward who calls it home three ...

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