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The Dupont Circle

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

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. — Frommer's

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. — Star Service

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. — Afar Magazine

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. — Fodor's

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. — Travel + Leisure

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JW Marriott Washington, DC

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

From the location near the White House to the views from the top floors, it's hard to forget you are in the nation's capital when you stay in one of the beautifully furnished rooms here. — Fodor's

A no-nonsense luxury hotel for the masses just steps away from the White House, the JW Marriott has a shopping mall-like multistory lobby and 772 cozy guestrooms. — Oyster

All units come with minibars, coffeemakers, safes, irons and ironing boards, and three phones with voice mail and data ports. High-speed Internet access (for a fee) is standard in all rooms. — Star Service

A fully renovated luxury hotel along the famous Pennsylvania Avenue – making it perfectly suited for family, business and conference travel. — The Telegraph

Two blocks from the White House, the location minimizes walking distances for little feet. Child care offered by prearrangement. — DK Eyewitness

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The Fairfax at Embassy Row, Washington, D.C.

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

A member of Starwood's Luxury Collection, this 1927 landmark with a grand chandeliered lobby is situated two blocks from Dupont Circle and has hosted many Washington luminaries. — Zagat

Views overlooks of Embassy Row, Georgetown, or the National Cathedral. The location places you just a mile from the National Mall and all of its highlights, including the Smithsonian Institute. — Gayot

Diplomatic digs near Dupont Circle with a real sense of history, an old-school cocktail lounge and steakhouse. — Jetsetter

It has enough built-in quality, history and fine service to maintain its position as the best of the Embassy Row hotels. — Star Service

Built in 1927 and changed in 2008 from a Westin to a Starwood Luxury Collection property, the historic, 259-room Fairfax has an ideal location. — Oyster

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from $129

Kimpton Hotel Madera

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

This hotel combines the selling point of convenience with the fact that it is just far enough off the main drag to provide a quiet stay. — Gayot

Just a couple of leafy blocks from always-lively Dupont Circle, the Kimpton-run boutique hotel looks like a 1960s apartment building on the outside. — Afar Magazine

Tranquil guest rooms at this intimate inn are nicely done with taupe, charcoal, and indigo furnishings, and some are oversized and have balconies. — Fodor's

Designed for business travelers, this lodging works equally well for tourists. Anyone seeking out a calm midrange refuge near Dupont Circle will find this to be worth considering. — Star Service

Situated in Dupont Circle, Hotel Madera is a small Kimpton property that blends contemporary style with an eco-friendly sensibility. — Travel + Leisure

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Morrison House, Autograph Collection

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

There's no way of knowing that this Federal manor in Old Town, now a Kimpton property, was built in 1985. — Michelin Guide

Although it was built in 1985, one of Virginia's finest boutique hotels was designed after the grand manor houses of the Federal period and thus fits right into Old Town. — Frommer's

Close to shopping and restaurants, this elegant and stately four-story Federal-style building blends in perfectly with its historic surroundings, even though it was built in 1985 — Star Service

Set in a fashionable boutique- and townhouse-lined neighborhood, across the Potomac from Washington, D.C. — Travel + Leisure

Modeled after a Federal manor home, this hotel has attractive rooms with four-poster beds, armories, and Italian marble bathrooms. — DK Eyewitness

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The Liaison Capitol Hill DC

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

Previously part of the Holiday Inn chain, this hotel has been well refurbished. The outdoor pool and chests of games and craft activities mean that the little ones will be kept well amused. — DK Eyewitness

"Up-to-date" guestrooms and a "terrific" location blocks from Union Station and the Capitol draw train travelers and those with business on the Hill. — Zagat

This chic boutique hotel just steps from the Capitol melds cutting-edge design and décor with Southern comfort. — Travel + Leisure

The Liason has jazzed up the accommodation options in Capitol Hill. — Lonely Planet

At the Liaison Capitol Hill, even the standard amenities are personalized and above par. — Gayot

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Tabard Inn

Washington DC 81 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

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

The Hotel Tabard Inn is located five blocks from the White House in the Dupont Circle neighborhood. — Travel + Leisure

Named for the inn in The Canterbury Tales, this delightful, historic hotel is set in a trio of Victorian-era row houses. — Lonely Planet

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

Kimpton Mason & Rook Hotel

Washington DC 81 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

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

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

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

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Hotel Lombardy

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

This Historic Hotels of America outpost boasts a convenient Foggy Bottom address — The Telegraph

Guests keen on nostalgia, including personalized service, will do best here. — Star Service

A charming atmosphere and central location... make Hotel Lombardy a great value for the area. — Oyster

Another notch in the Washington-wants-to-be-Europe belt. Style flirts between Hapsburg haughty and Italian naughty. — BlackBook

This hotel is decorated with imported fabrics, Oriental rugs, and original art. It is now pet friendly too. The restaurant is bistro-style. — DK Eyewitness

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from $139

Melrose Georgetown Hotel

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

The allure of this Foggy Bottom property is largely the oversized guest rooms bedecked in hues of yellow and blue and equipped with writing desks and marble baths. — Michelin Guide

After massive renovations in 2012, the Melrose emerged with a sleek, modern style that puts it back on par with some of DC's nicer hotels. — Oyster

Thanks to the renovation, the Melrose has earned some serious brownie points with youthful commercial folk and FITs. — Star Service

For that chintzy, European luxury boudoir feel, you can’t go wrong with the Melrose, which also boasts a fine, fine location. — Lonely Planet

This hotel is tucked between trendy Georgetown and the historical section of downtown Washington DC. — Gayot

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from $143

Swann House

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

You'll be hard-pressed to find a more charming inn or hosts more delightful than innkeeper Rick Verkler and his staff. — Fodor's

A tiny jewel. The 12 rooms in this B&B all have period details and pleasant decor, each with a unique style—taste (and budget) will determine your choice. — Concierge

A nip of sherry from a crystal tumbler in this house's aristocratic sitting room may make you feel like a guest in a very elegant private home—and so you are. — Travel + Leisure

Among D.C's stable of wonderful B&Bs, Swann House stands out. — Frommer's

The four-pearl Swann House is a charming bed-and-breakfast in a quiet residential neighborhood near DuPont Circle — Oyster

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from $199

Grand Hyatt Washington

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

Inside this beehive is a potpourri of dining options, recreational facilities, and of course, lots and lots of meeting space. — Star Service

The location is superb and the airy atrium includes a lagoon surrounding an island where a pianist plays. — DK Eyewitness

Located at Metro Center in the heart of downtown Washington, this hotel puts you in the thick of things; in fact, it is the closest hotel to the Convention Center. — Gayot

Smart corporate hotel with an eye-opening twelve-storey atrium and lagoon, waterfalls and glass elevators. — Rough Guide

Pulling in professionals and vacationers alike, this "wonderful" venue... offers more than 800 "comfortable" rooms and suites grouped around an "airy" central atrium. — Zagat

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from $149

Kimpton Rouge Hotel

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

This upper-middle-range property is a few blocks from Dupont Circle, one of the city’s most vibrant neighborhoods. — Oyster

Rooms are spacious enough to easily accommodate several armchairs and a large ottoman... a huge mirror positioned to reflect the living room-like space, and a 10-foot-long mahogany desk. — Frommer's

Unabashedly sexy, trendy, high-tech, and, well, red, this hotel on Embassy Row has 137 rooms meant to stimulate, not calm you down. — Concierge

Playful city stay just five blocks from the White House, with retro fittings and animal print galore. — Jetsetter

You'll be seeing red and loving it; rooms are a sleek postmodern tribute to the color, from the red platform beds to the red velvet curtains, chicly offset with gray and white accent pieces. — Fodor's

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Kimpton Topaz Hotel

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

Located on a quiet street in upscale Dupont Circle, this trendy D.C. hotel has hipster appeal. — Gayot

A 2011 guest room revamping is "one part Moroccan Bazaar and one part Le Cirque," according to the designer's statement. — Frommer's

Washington´s first taste of Kimpton snuck into town and caused a delightful uproar among business-is-business types. — BlackBook

Boutique sleep melding Moroccan motifs and Hollywood Regency regalia on a leafy lane just off Dupont Circle. — Jetsetter

A marriage of cozy and whimsy lulls visitors with funky purple couches, green-and-white striped walls, plush bedding, and contemporary accent pieces. — Fodor's

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Georgetown Suites

Washington DC 78 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Sitting just minutes from historic Georgetown's shops and restaurants, this all-suite hotel is perfect for families and long-term visitors. — Michelin Guide

These suites of varying sizes, all with fully equipped kitchens and separate sitting rooms, are a bit worn but a welcome break from standard hotel rooms. — Fodor's

The 222-room Georgetown Suites is a mid-range, all-suite hotel that was originally built as an apartment complex in the '80s. — Oyster

If you don’t mind trading style for ho-hum practicality (and 1980s decor), the Georgetown Suites provide good value for the neighborhood. — Lonely Planet

This is a plain-Jane, mostly suite hotel with well-maintained studios and suites with kitchens, kitchenettes and little else. — Star Service

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from $185

Embassy Circle Guest House

Washington DC 78 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Occupying a quiet, tree-lined street in stylish Embassy Circle, this Diamond Collection bed and breakfast is housed in the restored former Taiwanese embassy. — Travel + Leisure

Upscale and sophisticated... Guest rooms take their decorative cues and their names from the antique Persian carpet displayed in each. — Frommer's

A former embassy mansion in upscale Dupont Circle, this B&B is convenient to popular DC sites. — Gayot

Embassies surround this 1902 French country–style home, which sits a few blocks from Dupont’s nightlife hubbub. — Lonely Planet

Owners Laura and Raymond Saba have lovingly restored this former embassy, transforming it into a warm and friendly home away from home. — Fodor's

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from $242

Phoenix Park Hotel

Washington DC 78 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Named after the famous park in Dublin, this hotel expresses an Irish theme. Built in 1922, the stately Georgian Revival hotel retains an Old World flavor. — DK Eyewitness

Situated between Union Station and the US Capitol, Phoenix Park pairs a convenient location with generous amenities and live lrish entertainment. — Michelin Guide

"Phoenix Park Hotel Washington DC Hotel". — Not For Tourists

It may look bland from the outside, but it's all Irish warmth inside. The rooms – upstairs from the Dubliner pub – have the feel of a Trinity College reading chamber that Joyce could have... — Lonely Planet

If you prefer to be near the Hill but not in a convention hotel, the small but cozy guest rooms in this European-style inn across the street from Union Station may fit the bill. — Fodor's

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from $127

Capitol Hill Hotel

Washington DC 78 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

This three-and-a-half-pearl, 153-room hotel is located in the Capitol Hill area of Washington, just a five-minute walk from the Capitol Building and the Capitol South Metro station. — Oyster

This is a modest midrange hotel with a mix of above-average-size rooms, some with kitchenettes, and suites with kitchens. — Star Service

This property occupies two buildings on a residential street lined with old town houses. — Frommer's

The place is good value, especially since weekly and monthly rates are available. — Lonely Planet

This suites-only hotel was recreated from an apartment building, and the result is large spaces with kitchens. Near the Library of Congress, the US Capitol, and Eastern Market. — DK Eyewitness

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from $161

The Embassy Row Hotel

Washington DC 78 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Though we've revisited this hotel to take new photos, we haven't yet had the chance to write our new expert review. Stay tuned! — Oyster

Located amid embassies and diplomatic mansions, diagonally across from the more refined Fairfax at Embassy Row, less than two short blocks from Dupont Circle and its convenient metro station. — Star Service

This distinctive lifestyle hotel serves up comfortable stays in D.C. — Gayot

Diplomatic visitors favor this luxurious yet reasonably priced hotel, set amid the stately mansions on Embassy Row. — Lonely Planet

Newly renovated design-forward hotel in buzzy Dupont Circle, with a rooftop bar, pool and locavore-minded restaurant. — Jetsetter

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from $119

Loews Madison Hotel

Washington DC 78 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Polite service and stylish comfort prevail at this classic Washington address, which is why the signatures of presidents, prime ministers, sultans, and kings fill the guest register. — Fodor's

The 352-room Madison has clean, comfortable rooms -- all of which were renovated in 2012 -- and a spacious gym. — Oyster

Billing itself “Washington’s Correct Address,” this hotel is filled with the finest of everything. The decorative items and artwork displayed throughout the hotel are of collector’s quality. — DK Eyewitness

This landmark hotel is located in the heart of downtown Washington, DC. — Gayot

Known as “Washington’s correct address,” the 356-room Federalist-style downtown hotel just received a silver-hued redo. — Travel + Leisure

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from $189
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