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Dupont Circle
22 reviews
Constructed on the sites of the homes of John Hay and Henry Adams, this elegant hotel features beautifully restored rooms filled with antiques and boasting ornamental ceilings. — DK Eyewitness
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Dupont Circle
20 reviews
A hotel that fuses European elegance – modern design, antique furnishings, an atrium-like lobby – with fine dining, artisanal cocktails and a reverence for founding father Thomas Jefferson, after whom it is named. — The Telegraph
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Dupont Circle
18 reviews
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
8
Georgetown
18 reviews
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
8
Georgetown
15 reviews
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
8
Upper Northwest
17 reviews
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
8
Georgetown
14 reviews
Capella Hotels & Resorts plants its flag in the nation's capital with a posh makeover of a historic building by the C&O Canal in Georgetown. — BlackBook
8
Foggy Bottom - GWU - West End
17 reviews
This luxury property has played host to visiting royalty, politicians and celebrities throughout its history. — Gayot
8
Foggy Bottom - GWU - West End
14 reviews
Luxury oozes from every polished marble surface at one of Washington's most upscale hostelries. — Fodor's
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15 reviews
The sumptuous style, Eastern touches, cosseting service, and excellent food will come as no surprise to anyone who's stayed at a Mandarin Oriental. — Concierge
8
Dupont Circle
13 reviews
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
8
Upper Northwest
14 reviews
"Huge" yet "charming", this "signature" 1930s-era venue on 11 acres is a "busy" conference host that also draws the leisure crowd due to its "super" location near a Metro station. — Zagat
8
Dupont Circle
16 reviews
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
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Foggy Bottom - GWU - West End
11 reviews
Almost every one of the 337 rooms – furnished by the hotel’s in-house team in Zebrano marble, black granite, and silver-grey carpet – looks over the Potomac. — Wallpaper
8
Dupont Circle
11 reviews
This historic property opened in 1922 and was named for the lodging in Chaucer’s "Canterbury Tales". — Gayot
8
Dupont Circle
11 reviews
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
8
Dupont Circle
15 reviews
Aside from the hard-to-beat location, these muted, chocolate-beige rooms are some of the largest in town and are decorated with cool animal prints. — Fodor's
8
Upper Northwest
13 reviews
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
8
Upper Northwest
13 reviews
Accommodations are smartly furnished in colorful contemporary style wrapped in gold and ochre and highlighted by strongly patterned wallpaper. — Star Service
8
Foggy Bottom - GWU - West End
13 reviews
An elegant and refined atmosphere with top-notch amenities in a coveted area. — Gayot
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