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The Hay-Adams

Washington DC 98 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

With a view of the Executive Mansion from its location across Lafayette Square, the lauded Hay-Adams is closer to the White House than any of the city's grande-dame hotels. — Michelin Guide

This prestigious landmark hotel offers peerless views of the White House from its location in Lafayette Square. — Andrew Harper

If it's good enough for the Obamas, it's good enough for the rest of us. This grand, historic hotel faces the White House and has hosted many a famous face. — Insight Guides

One of the city's finest hotels, this rebuilt 19th-century residence also boasts what is arguably the city's best location. — Travel + Leisure

This grande dame across from Lafayette Square received a subtle makeover a few years ago to add more contemporary touches to its early 20th-century core. — Time Out

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Four Seasons Hotel Washington, DC

Washington DC 92 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

The Four Seasons tops my list for "best hotel in Washington". — Frommer's

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

Georgetown address and obvious brand name sooth architectural qualms, designer Pierre Yves-Rochon gives a nipple twist to classical interiors. — BlackBook

This is Washington D.C.’s only five-star hotel. The spa is renowned, and afternoon tea at the Garden Terrace will make any visitor feel special. — DK Eyewitness

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The Jefferson, Washington DC

Washington DC 92 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

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

Parisian downtown classic throws a rim shot of 1920s razzamatazz at Washingtonian establishment. — BlackBook

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

It is said that Thomas Jefferson’s time in France left him with an abiding appreciation for the finer things in life. — Condé Nast Traveler

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Park Hyatt Washington

Washington DC 90 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

This luxury property has played host to visiting royalty, politicians and celebrities throughout its history. — Gayot

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

Designer Tony Chi set out... to capture the essence of D.C.'s role as the nation's capital without resorting to clichéd historicism. That he succeeded is evident immediately upon entering. — Concierge

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

Understated elegance and refined service are much in evidence at this soothing city getaway, where the earth-tone guest rooms are a minimalist tribute to the American experience. — Fodor's

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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 →

Opened in 2004, the 400-room Mandarin Oriental has the best spa, pool, and fitness center in the city. — Oyster

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

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

This fabulously luxurious hotel is just a short walk from the National Mall and Smithsonian museums, a quick cab ride to the Capitol, and a Metro stop away from other parts of town. — Frommer's

With stunning views of DC's waterfront, the Mandarin Oriental enjoys a well-deserved reputation for tranquility. — Travel + Leisure

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

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

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

Swank boutique gem in a trendy part of Georgetown with industrial interiors, a spa and a restaurant. — Jetsetter

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

Discreetly tucked into the revitalized waterfront of the harbor, the Ritz-Carlton reeks of swankness. — Lonely Planet

As unlike its regal sister hotel downtown as it's possible to be, this converted 19th-century incinerator in the heart of Georgetown is low-key, modern, and above all, private. — Travel + Leisure

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Willard InterContinental Washington

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

Known as the Crown Jewel of Pennsylvania Avenue, Willard InterContinental has been the center of the social and political life in Washington D.C. since it first opened in 1818. — Forbes Travel Guide

Featuring marble and wood furnishings, the lobby is manned by an attentive reception staff and concierge, all of whom are ready to treat you like visiting royalty. — Gayot

This landmark near the Smithsonian museums has "an air of Washington past, in the best sense." Architecture combines Federal and Empire styles. — Condé Nast Traveler

This is certainly among the most historic of hotels. Epochal events, including the birth of the League of Nations, were discussed here by principal figures. — DK Eyewitness

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

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The St. Regis Washington, D.C.

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

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

A historic hotel in the heart of the nation’s capital, The St. Regis Washington, D.C. has hosted most of the U.S. presidents as well as an assortment of royalty and prime ministers. — Forbes Travel Guide

Its premier restaurant, 24-hour butler service, and spacious, high-tech rooms place it among the city's elite. — Oyster

The American Institute of Architects describes the St Regis as ‘indisputably one of the grandest hotels in the city’ – and those guys don’t throw such praise about lightly. — Lonely Planet

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

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from $360

Sofitel Washington DC

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

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

Brand Paris infiltrates America's executive block party with stealth, impeccable taste, and funky striped carpets. — BlackBook

The hotel's ICI Urban Bistro restaurant and Le Bar lounge are popular gathering spots, especially in pleasant weather, when urbanistas jam ICI's terrace tables. — Frommer's

From the outside, the Sofitel looks like a typical big-city American hotel, but there’s a clue to some subtle differences: a French flag flying alongside the Stars and Stripes. — Time Out

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

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The Ritz-Carlton, Washington, DC

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

Old world elegance, discreet service and locavore fare in the tony West End of DC. — Jetsetter

Luxury oozes from every polished marble surface at one of Washington's most upscale hostelries. — Fodor's

"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

Both reassuringly traditional and warmly welcoming, the Ritz-Carlton is definitely a hotel for off-duty enjoyment as well as business stays. — Time Out

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

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Kimpton Hotel Palomar Washington DC

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

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

Located in the Dupont Circle neighborhood, this boutique hotel’s decor is inspired by 1930'€™s French Moderne designers. — Gayot

A "professional, hard-working" crew and perks aplenty (e.g. complimentary bikes, evening wine receptions) make guests feel "special" at this "modern", "charming" Kimpton boutique hotel. — Zagat

Excellent boutique accommodation with flat-panel TVs and CD players in the rooms, an on-site pool, fitness centre, stylish lounge and location close to the Circle. — Rough Guide

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

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from $149

The Kimpton George Hotel

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

D.C.'s first contemporary boutique hotel is still one of its best... still excels at providing a fun and funky alternative to the cookie-cutter chains. — Fodor's

The first Kimpton Group property in DC, the George sets the bar high. — Time Out

One of the most fashionable hotels in the city, deserving attention because of its innovative design, excellent business accommodations... and its fine bistro-style restaurant. — DK Eyewitness

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

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

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The Kimpton Donovan

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

It has a racy, after-hours vibe, thanks to dim, mirrored hallways and a loungelike lobby. — Concierge

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

DC deemed worthy of Thompson hotels' contemporary inner sanctum. Furniture by NASA floats in mid-air. — BlackBook

You won't find anything remotely close to a colonial reproduction here amid the hanging egg chairs, iPod docking stations, and circular showers and bowl-like bathtubs. — Fodor's

The Donovan isn’t just looks, though; like at all Kimpton hotels, hospitality is key, and the staff here bends over backward for kids, pets, and discerning adults alike. — Afar Magazine

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Kimpton Hotel Monaco Washington DC

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

When you stay at the Monaco, you're not just downtown, you're part of the scene. — Frommer's

The marble four-story structure, located in Penn Square, contains 183 guestrooms, of which 14 are suites. — Travel + Leisure

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

With many bold decorative touches, most notably a dramatic setting in a landmarked Penn Quarter building, this is certainly a flashy Kimpton Hotels property. — Oyster

The neoclassical facade has aged with considerable grace at this marble temple to stylish glamour. — Lonely Planet

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W Washington DC

Washington DC 81 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

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

W imbued the former Hotel Washington... with its modern sensibilities but retained the 1917 Beaux Arts elements. — Concierge

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

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

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

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from $199

Omni Shoreham Hotel

Washington DC 81 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

After a huge renovation, this facility is one of the city's top luxury chain hotels. It received a full face-lift, from its impressive lobby to the fitness center to each individual room. — Gayot

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

At a whopping 834 rooms, not exactly bijou. Still, famous-because-it's-famous hotel is so heavy with history, it's become a "slept there" landmark and convention favorite. — BlackBook

For the most part, the Shoreham is a hulking, fairly bland-looking 834-room convention-focused business hotel. — Oyster

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from $149

The Mayflower Hotel, Autograph Collection

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

The hotel is located near Dupont Circle just a short walk from the White House, Washington Monument, and Smithsonian museums. — Travel + Leisure

Roaring twenties opulence meets twenty-first century pomp with purpose. — BlackBook

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

Given its location -- between Dupont Circle and the White House -- it's a fair choice, but also consider the Westin Washington and the Courtyard by Marriott Embassy Row. — Oyster

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

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from $169

Tabard Inn

Washington DC 79 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

The Hotel Tabard Inn is located five blocks from the White House in the Dupont Circle neighborhood. — Travel + Leisure

Each of the Tabard’s 40 rooms is decorated in brilliant colors with a hotchpotch of slightly chipped antiques. — Time Out

Reputation-rich, lace-free boarding house caters to establishment employed by actual rich and famous. — BlackBook

One of the city's oldest hotels is actually three connected town houses, featuring all kinds of hidden treasures and rooms along dimly lighted hallways. — Fodor's

Three converted Victorian townhouses near Dupont Circle, with forty unique, antique-stocked rooms. — Rough Guide

Kimpton Mason & Rook Hotel

Washington DC 80 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Modish and highlighter bright, the Helix is playfully hip – the perfect hotel for the bouncy international set that makes up the surrounding neighborhood. — Lonely Planet

Don a leopard-print robe, jump on the bed and then head to the daily champagne happy hour. — BlackBook

Pop culture rules at this fame-obsessed Art Deco hotel with a red-carpet entrance. — Travel + Leisure

A recent sprucing-up refreshed decor throughout the hotel, but you can still expect to see eye-popping patterns and bright colors. — Frommer's

A hip vibe prevails in these contemporary-style guest quarters with flat screens, colorful furnishings, and huge photos of surfing scenes and pop-culture icons. — Fodor's

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Fairmont Washington, D.C. Georgetown

Washington DC 79 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

An elegant and refined atmosphere with top-notch amenities in a coveted area. — Gayot

Accommodation are comfortable and light, furnished with a stylish mix of traditional and contemporary pieces. — Fodor's

Calling itself a light-drenched "urban oasis" in the heart of the city, the luxury Fairmont Washington, DC is located adjacent to Georgetown and within just a mile of the White House. — Travel + Leisure

Classy oasis with comfortable rooms, pool, health club, whirlpool and garden courtyard. Just north of Washington Circle, midway between Foggy Bottom and Georgetown. — Rough Guide

This hotel’s garden courtyard is gorgeous, and a $12 million renovation has made the entire hotel a showplace. Some rooms have delightful balconies. — DK Eyewitness

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from $229
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