Also known as the Capitol of the United States, Washington DC is known for its countless museums and historical sites including the Smithsonian Institute and the White House. If you’re looking to plan a trip to this iconic American district, here are 10 hotels that won’t disappoint.
State Plaza Hotel
Located in the heart of Washington D.C., a few blocks from the white house, State Plaza Hotel is a great choice for those looking for a central location to make their home base. The convenient location is far from the only reason to stay here, though – amenities include a high-quality fitness center and on-site restaurant.
Motto by Hilton Washington DC City Center
This micro-hotel is located in Chinatown and is perfect for those looking for modern, straightforward rooms and a walkable surrounding area. The hotel also has onsite dining options. Check out Crimson Diner and Coffee Bar for breakfast and dinner, or enjoy a drink from Crimson Whiskey bar.
The St Gregory Hotel Dupont Circle Georgetown
Located near Dupont Circle, this elegant hotel is a great choice for those looking for a variety of amenities as well as a great location. Offerings include a fitness center, an on-site bar, and an on-site restaurant. St Gregory Hotel Dupont Circle is also pet friendly, making this a great option for those traveling with furry friends as well.
This elegantly artsy hotel isn’t just the perfect place for one-of-a-kind vacation photos, but also for anyone looking for a comfortable, high-quality stay. The hotel offers amenities such as an on-site restaurant and a gorgeous terrace, as well as soundproof rooms for those looking to be sure they get a full night’s rest. Riggs is also pet friendly and even has some pet-centric amenities such as offering pet bowls.
Head over to hotel Zena to experience an artsy, luxurious getaway. This beautiful hotel offers a wide variety of amenities. Offerings include an outdoor pool, an on-site bar with a pool table, and pet-friendly rooms.
Cambria Hotel Washington D.C. Capitol Riverfront
This beautiful, modern hotel is perfect for those looking to enjoy both stunning views of the city as well as the riverfront. You can look foreard to enjoying a drink and meal with the hotel’s on-site dining options, getting in a workout at the fitness center, and retiring back to an incredibly clean, comfortable room. The hotel also offers access to several nearby activities (some for an additional charge) including cycling and a golf course.
Here’s another great option for those looking to stay near Dupont Circle. Hotel Madera offers high-quality lodging with an artsy vibe. In addition to being pet friendly, the hotel also offers on-site dining in the form of The Firefly Restaurant.
The Fairmont Washington DC
This elegant hotel offers an incredible stay from check-in to check-out. You can look forward to amenities such as a year-round, indoor pool, an outdoor lounge featuring a fireplace, and a beauty salon. You can also look forward to enjoying a delicious meal without ever leaving the hotel – simply head over to their on-site restaurant, Juniper Restaurant, for breakfast, lunch, or dinner.
Fairfield Inn & Suites by Marriott Washington Downtown
Here’s another option for those considering staying in the Chinatown area. Less than ten minutes drive from the white house, Fairfield Inn and Suites offers clean, comfortable rooms as well as amenities such as on-site dining and access to several off-site activities including a golf course and bike tours of the city (some at an additional charge).
Lyle Washington DC
Lyle Washington DC is a few minutes walk from Dupont Circle. This beautiful hotel is pet friendly and offers some rooms that come with a kitchenette, perfect for those looking for a longer stay. The hotel also features an on-site restaurant, Lyle’s.
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