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Fortunes and friendships change quickly in D.C., but leafy Dupont Circle, with its charming shops and trendy restaurants, has yet to go out of style. Full review →
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. Full review →
Despite its prime location in a sometimes-raucous neighborhood, the hotel is designed to guard against rude intrusions, its guest rooms insulated from the noise. Full review →If you want to see what's going on out there, ask for a room overlooking Dupont Circle.
Having reopened in 2009, this property overlooking Dupont Circle has made a splash as a moderately-priced property with a modern flair. Full review →
Part of the Doyle group, this spot is chic and glamorous, in a more contemporary and sleek fashion than the embassy row it sits near. Full review →
A rebranding and extensive renovation of this hotel turned it into a contemporary gem in a can't-be-beat location.
As slick as a top politician, The Dupont Circle Hotel in Washington, DC, is modern and masculine with one of the best addresses in the nation’s capital Full review →In full denial that our luxurious weekend was, in fact, ending, we took a chance and requested a late check-out.
Despite its modest 1940s-era exterior, the Dupont Circle Hotel is in the vanguard of modern design among D.C. hotels after a yearlong, top-to-bottom renovation. Full review →
Parked in the midst of D.C.'s most vibrant social scene, it is a scene-stealer in its own right: a midcentury-modern hotel with a theatrical aesthetic that disguises its Irish roots. Full review →
Truly at the center of it all, The Dupont Circle Hotel overlooks all the shops and restaurants around the bustling circle for which it is named. Full review →
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