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The Hay-Adams

Washington DC 96 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Though it looks and feels like a private historic home, the Hay-Adams is thoroughly modern, including Bose Soundlink Bluetooth systems and digitally-controlled heating and air-conditioning. — Fodor's

Washington DC’s classic historic hotel situated in sight of the White House. — The Telegraph

The hallowed White House hotel hasn’t aged a bit. — Bon Appétit

One of the best spots in the hotel is the luxurious rooftop terrace. Its panoramic views of the city, monuments and Capitol make it an excellent choice for private parties and events. — Forbes Travel Guide

The hotel is known for its discreet and comprehensive, no-questions-asked service. — Afar Magazine

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Four Seasons Hotel Washington, DC

Washington DC 93 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

"Perfectly trained staffers" deliver "first-rate service" at this "exceptional" "must-stay", where the "beautiful" rooms and suites exude "understated elegance". — Zagat

With an unassuming brick exterior, this upscale hotel earns its distinguished marks with luxurious furnishings and impeccable service. — Michelin Guide

Located in the historic neighborhood of Georgetown, the Four Seasons consistently hits the high notes with luxuriously appointed rooms. — Oyster

It looks boxy and plain on the outside, but on the inside, you’ll find even low-end rooms offer more space than most DC digs. — Lonely Planet

Long the pied-à-terre of choice for visiting dignitaries and magnates alike, the hotel does classic, five-star luxury like few others. — Afar Magazine

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The Ritz-Carlton Georgetown, Washington, D.C.

Washington DC 91 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Forget gilded mirrors. The 86-room Ritz-Carlton Georgetown, housed in an historic industrial building, has the original brick and steel beams and a cozy slate fireplace in the lobby. — Oyster

A large fireplace warms the lobby, the Degrees Bistro has a fiery-red color scheme, and you can practically smell the embers burning as you pass through the exposed-brick hallways. — Fodor's

The upscale Ritz-Carlton Georgetown, Washington, D.C. sits on a quiet side street in the heart of Georgetown between the C&O Canal and the Potomac River. — Forbes Travel Guide

When they broke ground on this luxury hotel in the heart of Georgetown, the neighborhood’s pulse returned. — BlackBook

This notable hotel breaks this chain's straightforward mold. Intriguing public areas with historic resonance, exemplary service and large accommodations are the key here. — Star Service

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The Jefferson, Washington DC

Washington DC 91 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Thomas Jefferson-inspired design details abound, ranging from toile drapes to three-inch-thick doorframes in guest rooms, just like those at Monticello. — Travel + Leisure

Elegant downtown D.C. digs with French style and Southern charm just a few blocks from the White House. — Jetsetter

This luxury boutique is regularly near the top of Washington’s best-hotel lists. — Lonely Planet

Just four blocks from the White House, The Jefferson impresses guests with its historic grandeur. — Gayot

The hotel is tranquil during the day but quite lively in the evening, when Quill fills with flirting singletons and Plume's tables are all taken with fine-dining lovers. — Frommer's

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from $305

Park Hyatt Washington

Washington DC 89 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Located in the West End neighborhood, the Park Hyatt is convenient to Georgetown and Dupont Circle and within easy reach of the National Mall and downtown DC. — Travel + Leisure

Refined contemporary hotel in the quiet West End neighborhood, between Georgetown and the White House. — Andrew Harper

Built in 1986 and renovated in 2006, this polished, urbane 216-room hotel in the Foggy Bottom neighborhood has soothing public spaces, luxuriously appointed and generously-sized rooms. — Oyster

This luxury hotel features spacious lodging, from the "Park Deluxe" rooms measuring 408 square feet, to the "Premier Park Deluxe" rooms, which measure 618 square feet. — Frommer's

Tucked away in Washington, D.C.’s West End neighborhood, Park Hyatt Washington offers a sleek urban escape in a city where so much of the design leans toward the traditional. — Forbes Travel Guide

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Mandarin Oriental, Washington DC

Washington DC 87 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

The hotel’s art gallery has a rotating collection of works on loan from the Smithsonian, area museums, and local arts organizations. — Condé Nast Traveler

"Luxury beyond belief" lures sybarites to this "posh" and "pricey" "oasis of relaxation" distinguished by "exquisite" rooms and suites. — Zagat

Monumental views over the Potomac Tidal Basin and Jefferson Memorial are plentiful at this elegant hotel. — DK Eyewitness

The Mandarin delivers about everything you’d expect: big-box swank, ridiculous levels of amenities, service that’s appropriate for a Roman emperor. — Lonely Planet

What this luxury spot lacks in location it makes up for in everything else: The best rooms, the best food and one of the best spa experiences in the city. — BlackBook

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The St. Regis Washington, D.C.

Washington DC 87 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

The staff too is professional if somewhat cool, and as emotionally detached as the Secret Service agents who shadow some of the guests staying here. — Star Service

An especially lovely place to stay the night (and especially expensive: Its rates may be the highest in town). — Frommer's

It's still the province of visiting heads of state, diplomats, and lobbyists, and an air of decorum prevails. — Concierge

Smitten supporters of this circa-1926 grande dame tout its "superb" location, just two blocks from the White House, and maintain that guests are in for a "luxurious", "peaceful" stay. — Zagat

Queenly residence for visiting heads of state, pocket-heavy Europeans and America's aging glitterati. — BlackBook

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Sofitel Washington DC

Washington DC 87 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

The well-maintained accommodations revolve around their big beds, with ceiling-high mahogany headboards and cloudlike duvets. Technology is given a boost with the 38-inch flat-screen TVs. — Star Service

On a corner of Lafayette Square, this 1862 building has been transformed by the French Sofitel chain into an elegant contemporary hotel. — DK Eyewitness

French-infused stay a block from the White House, with Pierre-Yves Rochon interiors and a popular bistro. — Jetsetter

"Incredible" service soars "above all expectations" at this "outstanding", "luxurious" and historic property also boasting "modern, elegant" accommodations. — Zagat

The French luxury chain could not have landed a better location, a minute's walk from the White House, and the 1920s style of the original Shoreham remains. — Fodor's

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W Washington DC

Washington DC 87 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

In a 10-story Italian Renaissance building with beaux-arts trappings, this is a modern interpretation of the oldest hotel in town, appealing to everyone's inner hipster. — Star Service

It's hard to get a better look at the White House than it is from the exclusive P.O.V. rooftop bar lounge. — Fodor's

Now rooms and suites are decked out in a sort of Mad Men meets Wallpaper magazine blend of retro-futuristic, all smooth lines and pared-down furnishings, polished and occasionally playful. — Lonely Planet

The gorgeous, 317-room W Washington D.C. opened in July 2009, taking over the historic Hotel Washington's 1917 Beaux Arts building. — Oyster

Ye Olde Hotel Washington rises from the ashes with a glaring, tell-all "W" on its brow. Thoughtful redesign plays on former grandiosity with sly, tongue-in-cheek touch. — BlackBook

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Kimpton Hotel Palomar Washington DC

Washington DC 86 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Dupont Circle gets a jazzy modern hotel. — Bon Appétit

Fun boutique flair, at a fair price. — Oyster

Room decor is matter-of-fact compared to its Kimpton-chain brethren, with an emphasis on nicely powered-up work desks. — Lonely Planet

This funky boutique hotel offers guests luxury accommodation in a lively neighborhood. The rooms in this converted apartment building are large. — DK Eyewitness

Modern, whimsical boutique hotel with a popular restaurant in DC’s vibrant Dupont Circle neighborhood. — Jetsetter

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from $149

Willard InterContinental Washington

Washington DC 86 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

This is one of D.C.'s finest hotels, and certainly its most historic, having served as temporary home to two presidents... and as the setting for many historic events. — Frommer's

Washington's Waldorf Astoria, even designed by the same guy. A whole lotta shit has gone down in these marble halls which are literally made of marble. — BlackBook

The building is a masterpiece of the beaux arts movement, all fancy crenellations and soaring, dignity-laden elegance. — Lonely Planet

This cavernous Beaux Arts masterpiece has been the centerpiece of official Washington since it opened in 1850. — Concierge

A classic Washington establishment featuring refined décor and a prime location. — Gayot

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from $195

The Ritz-Carlton, Washington, DC

Washington DC 86 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

This luxury Washington hotel brings sought after amenities to the West End. The wood paneled lobby features comfortable seating and a fireplace. — Michelin Guide

"Like a fairy tale for grown-ups", this West End venue is "pure luxury", from the "lavish" accommodations (all with iPod docks and bathrooms boasting soaking tubs) to the "personalized" service. — Zagat

The biggest nod to modernity, though, comes with the second- and third-floor Sports Club/LA fitness center; its 100,000 square feet of fat-burning splendor and huge spa are open to guests for a fee. — Travel + Leisure

The Ritz-Carlton provides the finest quality furnishings – Egyptian cotton sheets and down pillows – to make guests comfortable. — DK Eyewitness

Marriott's hand is well-disguised here, with uber-deluxe traditionalism standing out in a city with a new-found love of bold modern and boutique style. — Star Service

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The Kimpton Donovan

Washington DC 85 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

This contemporary hotel features guestrooms in purples and browns with hanging egg chairs, cylindrical-shaped showers and iPod docking stations. — Time Out

With warm colors of eggplant and olive green to complement the hotel'€™s exotic teak wood and limestone, the Donovan House brings sleek and sensual sophistication to the Washington hotel scene. — Gayot

An "ultramodern haven for the hipster business traveler", this property stands out for "welcoming" employees who "aim to please" and a "trendy design" throughout. — Zagat

Managed by trendy Thompson Hotels, Donovan House gets high marks for hipness. — Frommer's

With its space-age furnishings and dollops of Asian style, this little ditty feels like the hands-down favorite for Speed Racer and the heirs of anime — Star Service

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Kimpton Hotel Monaco Washington DC

Washington DC 85 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Here's a perfect marriage of whimsy and elegance—updated guest rooms are filled with eclectic prints and plush furnishings. — Fodor's

"Stylish" rooms and suites are decked out in "funky", colorful decor and offer vaulted ceilings at this "wonderful" boutique property housed in a "nicely renovated" 1840s building. — Zagat

Accommodations are smartly furnished in colorful contemporary style wrapped in gold and ochre and highlighted by strongly patterned wallpaper. — Star Service

Neo-classical post office transformed into post-modern hotel with cartoonish good looks. — BlackBook

Marble-clad neoclassical gem in the heart of Penn Quarter with 183 eclectic guestrooms and a top-notch brasserie. — Jetsetter

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Omni Shoreham Hotel

Washington DC 85 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Plush institution bursting with history and overlooking Rock Creek Park. — Rough Guide

The four-diamond Omni Shoreham hotel is set apart from the city bustle in the Adams Morgan neighborhood, near both the National Zoo and Rock Creek Park. — Travel + Leisure

Storied DC hotel near Rock Creek Park, with presidential traditions, an American restaurant, an outdoor pool and a spa. — Jetsetter

This elegant landmark overlooking Rock Creek Park has been lovingly tended and is aging gracefully, still luring guests with light-filled guest rooms. — Fodor's

Popular among conference goers and other groups... Also a favorite for families, who love the hotel's access to beautiful Rock Creek Park, full of bike trails and picknicking spots. — Frommer's

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The Mayflower Hotel, Autograph Collection

Washington DC 84 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

A perennial favorite of frequent visitors, the Mayflower flaunts the splendor of Washington's golden age along busy Connecticut Avenue. — Michelin Guide

Many guest rooms have their own marble foyers; all have a high ceiling and Italian marble bathroom. — Frommer's

There's "plenty of history" at this longtime host of presidents (and a few of their mistresses), a "venerable" circa-1925 landmark that "impresses" with an "extremely attentive" staff. — Zagat

The block-long lobby boasts a lovely mezzanine level and large skylights, and teems with activity during working hours --- it is an accessible public cut-through from Connecticut Avenue to 17th Street. — Gayot

In a prime location three long blocks north of Lafayette Park and the White House, across the street from National Geographic Headquarters and its museum. — Star Service

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Rosewood Washington, D.C.

Washington DC 83 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

This is a unique and all-together engaging deluxe house, the smallest and most intimate of its ilk in the city. — Star Service

Civilized hotel in a restored red-brick warehouse along the C&O Canal, convenient to the Kennedy Center, Rock Creek Park and Georgetown and George Washington universities. — Andrew Harper

One of the capital’s newest hotels (it opened March 2013) is also its most decadently luxurious. — Frommer's

From the moment you book a room, you enter a rarified world where your every whim can be fulfilled. — Afar Magazine

These tasteful accommodations reside in the heart of Georgetown and feature a rooftop lounge and year-round infinity pool. — Gayot

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from $455

The Kimpton George Hotel

Washington DC 82 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

A decade ago, this stunning, 139-room Kimpton-managed hotel was Capitol Hill's first hip boutique. — Oyster

Praised for its "warm", "funky-chic" atmosphere and "always-welcoming" staffers, this "hip" boutique offers "large", "modern" accommodations. — Zagat

George was the first DC hotel to take the term ‘boutique’ to a daring, ultramodern level. — Lonely Planet

Unabashed Capitol Hill hideaway for the closeted trend fiend, metrosexual lobbyist, fast-paced corporates wearing glasses by Christian Roth. — BlackBook

George Washington is the father of this country and Hotel George is the father of this, the city's modern hotel scene. — Michelin Guide

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from $159

The Dupont Circle

Washington DC 82 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

As slick as a top politician, The Dupont Circle Hotel in Washington, DC, is modern and masculine with one of the best addresses in the nation’s capital — Mr & Mrs Smith

With its contemporary furniture, sleek color scheme, and clean lines, the Dupont pulls off Mad Men–chic without so much as a hint of kitsch. — Fodor's

Truly at the center of it all, The Dupont Circle Hotel overlooks all the shops and restaurants around the bustling circle for which it is named. — Travel + Leisure

Having reopened in 2009, this property overlooking Dupont Circle has made a splash as a moderately-priced property with a modern flair. — Gayot

Fortunes and friendships change quickly in D.C., but leafy Dupont Circle, with its charming shops and trendy restaurants, has yet to go out of style. — Afar Magazine

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JW Marriott Washington, DC

Washington DC 82 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

A $40-million renovation completed in 2009 transformed this 27-year-old property into a thoroughly modern Marriott. — Frommer's

A no-nonsense luxury hotel for the masses just steps away from the White House, the JW Marriott has a shopping mall-like multistory lobby and 772 cozy guestrooms. — Oyster

A fully renovated luxury hotel along the famous Pennsylvania Avenue – making it perfectly suited for family, business and conference travel. — The Telegraph

The JW Marriott Washington, DC aims to impress with stylish and tasteful decor, well-equipped guest rooms and a prime location on Pennsylvania Avenue. — Gayot

From the location near the White House to the views from the top floors, it's hard to forget you are in the nation's capital when you stay in one of the beautifully furnished rooms here. — Fodor's

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from $224
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