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Tthe elegant building spent most of its life as the Hotel Washington—an Old World landmark whose location next to the White House made it one of the District’s most popular pieds-à-terre. Full review →
Queenly residence for visiting heads of state, pocket-heavy Europeans and America's aging glitterati.
It's still the province of visiting heads of state, diplomats, and lobbyists, and an air of decorum prevails.
Since its 1926 opening as the Carlton Hotel, the St. Regis... has hosted royalty, business magnates, and presidents, including FDR and Truman. Full review →
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.
Just two blocks from the White House, this gorgeous 1926 Italian Renaissance–style landmark attracts a business and diplomatic crowd Full review →For a bit of excitement, don't miss the nightly champagne sabering ritual that celebrates the arrival of evening.
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. Full review →
An especially lovely place to stay the night (and especially expensive: Its rates may be the highest in town). Full review →
From the arched doorway facade to the Oriental carpets and dangling chandeliers of the impressive lobby, this hotel... is all about elegance. Full review →
Glamorous Italianate manse with a tony Mediterranean restaurant and enviable proximity to the White House. Full review →
The American Institute of Architects describes the St Regis as ‘indisputably one of the grandest hotels in the city’ – and those guys don’t throw such praise about lightly. Full review →
The landmark St. Regis looms over Washington's thriving business district with an air of distinction.
Its premier restaurant, 24-hour butler service, and spacious, high-tech rooms place it among the city's elite. Full review →
The staff too is professional if somewhat cool, and as emotionally detached as the Secret Service agents who shadow some of the guests staying here. Full review →Avoid rooms facing the Crystal Terrace, as it is often raucous with functions and parties.
Set just near the White House in downtown DC, this four-diamond hotel is ideal for a luxurious stay. Full review →
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.