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The Hay-Adams

Washington DC 97 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

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

This venerable hotel... has such a good bird's-eye view of the First Mansion that network news divisions often book a room here just for the camera angles. — Concierge

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

Quite possibly the most famous hotel in the capital, and deservedly so. — Oyster

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

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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

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

Dignitaries, royalty and celebrities who regularly travel to the nation’s capital know that Four Seasons Hotel Washington, DC is one of the most luxurious and spacious in the city. — Forbes Travel Guide

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

This fashionable fortress positions itself as Washington's first choice for travelers who appreciate personalized service and first-class pampering. — Star Service

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Park Hyatt Washington

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

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

Don’t let the name confuse you. With a twee tea cellar and a crsip temple atmosphere, this park has more zen than a Japanese monastery. — BlackBook

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

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

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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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

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

Every inch of this 1923 Beaux-Arts landmark exudes refined elegance. — Fodor's

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

Located just south of Scott Circle, on busy 16th Street, five blocks north of the White House, this establishment is confidently positioned at the top of the ranks beside the... — Star Service

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Mandarin Oriental, Washington DC

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

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

A view of the water is rather unusual for a hotel in Washington, D.C. but Mandarin Oriental boasts an impressive one of the Tidal Basin, the southwest waterfront and the Jefferson Memorial. — Forbes Travel Guide

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

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

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

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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 →

This particular DC outpost of the Ritz-Carlton group features all the expected luxuries and then some. — Gayot

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

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

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

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

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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 →

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

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

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

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

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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 →

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

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

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

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

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

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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 →

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

Dupont Circle gets a jazzy modern hotel. — Bon Appétit

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

This modern, 10-story property bustles, especially late afternoons when patrons enjoy complimentary wine and hors'd'oeuvres in the sleek lobby. — Michelin Guide

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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

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

Henry Hardenbergh, who also created New York's Plaza hotel and the Dakota apartments, designed the grande dame of Washington, this beaux-arts landmark hotel. Dominating a prestigious... — Star Service

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

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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 →

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

DC’s first Ritz-Carlton offers lots of excellent little perks: goose-down pillows, marble bathrooms, and all the corporate amenities you would expect from the famous chain. — Lonely Planet

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

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

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

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from $299

The Kimpton Donovan

Washington DC 85 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

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

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. Facing Thomas Circle, midway... — Star Service

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

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

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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

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

"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

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

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

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The Mayflower Hotel, Autograph Collection

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

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

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

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

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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The Kimpton George Hotel

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

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

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

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

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

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W Washington DC

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

Located next to the White House, many of its rooms have superb views of the White House or the Capitol. Its exceptional service continues in a luxurious setting. — DK Eyewitness

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

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

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

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

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Omni Shoreham Hotel

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

This convention-oriented hotel may be in an off-center location, but it's the only D.C. hotel with a true resortlike setting, thanks to 11 acres of rolling lawns and thickets flanking Rock Creek Park. — Star Service

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

"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

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

Adjacent to Rock Creek Park, this grand hotel sits on 11 landscaped acres. A dynamic, luxury hotel that has hosted countless important guests and meetings. — DK Eyewitness

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Kimpton Mason & Rook Hotel

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

THIS PROPERTY RE-OPENED AS KIMPTON MASON & ROOK IN APRIL 2016. WE WILL UPDATE OUR PHOTOS AND REVIEW AS SOON AS WE CAN. — Oyster

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

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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Rosewood Washington, D.C.

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

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

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

The most expensive accommodations in town come with superlative standards, and the pampering begins even before you arrive. — Fodor's

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

Opened in 2013 in the heart of Georgetown, the Rosewood has quickly become one of Washington’s hottest luxury hotels. — Oyster

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Fairmont Washington, D.C. Georgetown

Washington DC 83 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

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

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

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

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

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