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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 →

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

Presidential favorite and White House neighbor with chandelier-lit interiors and a politico favorite bar — Jetsetter

From the gold-leaf and walnut lobby to the sleek modern rooms, the Hay-Adams is one of DC’s finest hotels. — Rough Guide

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

Beyond its superb location and views, this classic D.C. hotel is boutique in size, comfortably sophisticated, and grandly gracious. — Frommer's

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The Jefferson, Washington DC

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

A Beaux Arts beauty built in 1923, The Jefferson has reopened after a two-year makeover that restored the gleam to its ornate plasterwork. — Concierge

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

"Quiet and reserved", this "elegant" historic hotel in a "beautiful" beaux arts building earns praise for its "superior" location, "wonderful rooms" and suites. — Zagat

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

Built as a grand private residence in 1923, the.Jefferson dazzles with its established reputation, impeccable service and classic exterior. — Michelin Guide

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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 →

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

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

This modern red-brick pile in eastern Georgetown is one of DC’s most luxurious and expensive hotels. — Rough Guide

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

Lavish interiors, impeccable service, and a clientele of local and international political elites who come to wine, dine and recline in five star comfort. — The Telegraph

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from $495

Park Hyatt Washington

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

Park Hyatt Washington is a luxury Washington, DC hotel located in the fashionable West End neighborhood, just steps from trendy Georgetown — The Telegraph

This place is so plush it'll make you forget you had a lousy day at the office and put you in the mood to make a grand gesture. — Lonely Planet

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

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

A "relaxing atmosphere" prevails at this "cool", "upscale" West End retreat where the staff's "attention to detail" leaves patrons feeling "pampered". — Zagat

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Mandarin Oriental, Washington DC

Washington DC 88 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Mandarin Oriental’s location makes it an ideal home base for hitting the major tourist attractions. — Jetsetter

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

Asian accents, an impressive art collection in the public areas and guest rooms, views of the waterfront or the Mall, and beds so comfortable they make you want to ignore your wake-up call. — Fodor's

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

This hotel is located in Southwest DC with stunning views of the Tidal Basin and Jefferson Memorial. — Gayot

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from $295

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 →

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

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

The service is polished, and the spa is the only one in Washington with Prada treatments on its menu. — Concierge

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

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

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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 →

"Nothing compares to the service at the Willard" swoon supporters of the "impeccable" staff at this "grand old hotel" oozing "history and elegance". — Zagat

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

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

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

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

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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 →

Set just near the White House in downtown DC, this four-diamond hotel is ideal for a luxurious stay — Travel + Leisure

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

Glamorous Italianate manse with a tony Mediterranean restaurant and enviable proximity to the White House — Jetsetter

From the arched doorway facade to the Oriental carpets and dangling chandeliers of the impressive lobby, this hotel... is all about elegance. — Gayot

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

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from $360

Sofitel Washington DC

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

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

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

This graceful 237-room hotel, part of a French-owned international chain, opened in 2002 in a former office building. — Oyster

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

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The Ritz-Carlton, Washington, DC

Washington DC 84 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

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

This West End hotel is Ritz-Carlton at its finest: sophisticated, traditional décor; attentive service; comfortable rooms; and a great location. — Forbes Travel Guide

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

"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

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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 →

Fun boutique flair, at a fair price. — Oyster

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

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

Boutique hotel takes arty schtick to the edge. — BlackBook

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

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The Kimpton George Hotel

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

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

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

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

The founding fathers would flip their wigs over this funky modern hotel. — Gayot

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

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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 →

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

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

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

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

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

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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 →

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

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

"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

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

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

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W Washington DC

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

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 W wants to blow you away, and it doesn't mess around. — Frommer's

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

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

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

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Omni Shoreham Hotel

Washington DC 82 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 Omni may be an 836-room behemoth swarmed by conventioneers, but we’re recommending it for its family friendliness. — Lonely Planet

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

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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The Mayflower Hotel, Autograph Collection

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

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

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

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

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

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from $169

Tabard Inn

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

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

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

If you favor the offbeat and personal over cookie-cutter chains, try the Tabard. — Frommer's

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

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

Kimpton Mason & Rook Hotel

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

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

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

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

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

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

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from $159

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

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

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

"Warm", "attentive" staffers ensure "small details are looked after" at this "beautiful", "business-oriented" property located in a "charming" West End neighborhood. — Zagat

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from $229
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