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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 →

If you can't be the president, be his neighbor. Immediate prestige is just a slingshot's shot away from the secret service men staring back at you from the White House roof. — BlackBook

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

"From the front door to turndown", the "top-notch" staff "doesn't skip a beat" at this "serene", "historic" and "impeccably maintained" landmark. — Zagat

Given the elegant charm and refined decor, it's no wonder that the Obamas chose this impressive Washington landmark. — Fodor's

"The view of the city surpasses all others" from this Lafayette Square hotel and White House neighbor. — Condé Nast Traveler

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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 →

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

The original Four Seasons in the US, opened in the last days of the Carter administration, is as upscale as ever. The somewhat nondescript red brick façade belies lavish interiors,... — The Telegraph

One of DC’s most comfortable hotels, the Four Seasons has long attracted VIP guests — Time Out

Just over the bridge in Georgetown, this plush, 211-room Four Seasons outpost delivers all the luxury and efficiency travelers have come to expect from the Mercedes of hotel chains. — concierge.com

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 Jefferson, Washington DC

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

A relatively small hotel, offering discreet and sensitive service in elegant surroundings. — Insight Guides

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

The Jefferson, Washington, DC underwent a major renovation before reopening in 2009, when the lobby was updated and an arched skylight dating back to the 1920s was unveiled. — Forbes Travel Guide

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

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

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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 →

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.com

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

Tony Chi-designed stay mixing Americana and Asian touches with an Obama-favorite locavore eatery — Jetsetter

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

The decor at this hotel features original artwork enhancing its elegant ambience. The hotel has an indoor pool and a fitness center. — DK Eyewitness

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from $323

Mandarin Oriental, Washington DC

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

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

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

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

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

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.com

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

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

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

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

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.com

With just 86 guestrooms—about a third of which are executive suites—the Ritz’s Georgetown property is more intimate than its Foggy Bottom sister hotel — Time Out

This Ritz is exclusively small, designed like a sophisticated refuge in the middle of wild and woolly Georgetown. Privacy-seeking celebrities and romancing couples love it. — Frommer's

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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 →

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

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

Landmark presidential favorite with a legendary bar, high tea and haute spa — Jetsetter

A landmark and favorite of American presidents and other newsmakers offers superb service, a wealth of amenities, and guest rooms filled with period detail and Federal-style furniture. — Fodor's

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

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The St. Regis Washington, D.C.

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

Just two blocks from the White House, this gorgeous 1926 Italian Renaissance–style landmark attracts a business and diplomatic crowd. The hand-painted ceiling in the lobby sets the stage... — Fodor's

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

Calvin Coolidge took part in the 1926 opening of this grand hotel, styled after a Renaissance palace and appointed with antiques, chandeliers, and fine tapestries. — DK Eyewitness

Since its 1926 opening as the Carlton Hotel, the St. Regis... has hosted royalty, business magnates, and presidents, including FDR and Truman. — Condé Nast Traveler

The landmark St. Regis looms over Washington's thriving business district with an air of distinction. — Michelin Guide

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from $399

Sofitel Washington DC

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

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

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

This hotel opened in the summer of 2002 in a historic building dating back to the late 19th century. — Gayot

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

In a fabulous corner location with lots of windows, the Sofitel’s airy rooms let in loads of natural sunlight. — Lonely Planet

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from $295

The Ritz-Carlton, Washington, DC

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

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

Centrally located in Washington D.C., this Ritz-Carlton offers a quiet world of luxury amongst the streets of a thriving city. — Gayot

"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 hotel's Westend Bistro by Eric Ripert is one of the hottest restaurants in town. — Frommer's

The larger of Washington's two Ritz-Carltons, this 300-room Foggy Bottom outpost offers the whole Ritz-Carlton package. — oyster.com

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Kimpton Hotel Palomar Washington DC

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

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

If you prefer a hotel to be more than simply a place to sleep, you'll love the Palomar. — Frommer's

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

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 $179

The Kimpton George Hotel

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

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

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

Hip Capitol Hill boutique sleep celebrating George Washington’s legacy, fresh off a multimillion-dollar renovation — Jetsetter

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

Right next to Capitol Hill, this Kimpton property was the first hotel to bring cutting-edge design to a very traditional, Federalist city. — concierge.com

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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 →

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

Located in the art-gallery-and-restaurant-filled Penn Quarter, the 182-room Hotel Monaco combines grandeur and hipness. — concierge.com

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

Grand, Neoclassical former post office that today houses ultra-chic accommodation. — Rough Guide

"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

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The Mayflower Hotel, Autograph Collection

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

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.com

A classic hotel with complimentary shoe shines, and multilingual staff. — DK Eyewitness

Although not the exclusive enclave it once was, this hotel remains regal in its public spaces, with lots of frills and marble, and a beautiful grand ballroom. — Lonely Planet

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

Just steps from the Metro and walking distance to countless restaurants, shops, and sites, this landmark's location can't be beat. — Fodor's

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from $203

The Kimpton Donovan

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

The sleek 139-room Washington, D.C., hotel is all about clean architectural materials such as limestone and dark teakwood paired with unexpected dashes of olive green and deep purple. — Travel + Leisure

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

The Donovan House is a sleek offering that's helping define Obama-era D.C. cool along with hip counterparts like the W and the Dupont Hotel. — oyster.com

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

Donovan House is the brash, ultramodern new pretty girl in the DC accommodations scene. — Lonely Planet

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from $159

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

Situated on Fifteenth Street in Washington DC, the W is the closest hotel to the White House grounds. — Gayot

A "high-class" historic hotel made "fresh" with a "chic", "sleek" design, this "trendy" venue pulls in a "younger" crowd with assets like a "beautiful" rooftop bar offering the "best view in town". — Zagat

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

The W Washington, D.C. Hotel is the place to see the nation's capital. — Travel + Leisure

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from $229

Omni Shoreham Hotel

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

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

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

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

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Tabard Inn

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

Private and shared bath options, also nice brunch. — Not For Tourists

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

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

This historic property opened in 1922 and was named for the lodging in Chaucer’s "Canterbury Tales." — Gayot

A Dupont Circle institution, this hotel radiates character with its twisting staircases, stained-glass lamps and antique furnishings. — Michelin Guide

Kimpton Mason & Rook Hotel

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

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

The happy-go-lucky mood of the staff and patrons matches the decor. This is the sort of place where you can't help but smile. — Gayot

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

Just steps from the District’s bustling 14th Street corridor, the Kimpton Mason & Rook Hotel provides guests with an urban oasis in the city where it feels more like you are staying at a... — The Telegraph

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

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from $189

Fairmont Washington, D.C. Georgetown

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

Designer digs in Dupont Circle mixing Old World charm with modernist elegance — Jetsetter

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

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

Located in business-focused Foggy Bottom, the 415-room wedding- and convention-focused Fairmont features large guest rooms. — oyster.com

Ample guest rooms are clothed in elegant furnishings and sunny hues; posh executive suites are tailored to suit business travelers and to accommodate small meetings. — Michelin Guide

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from $263
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