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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 →

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

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. — Oyster

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

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. Snag a room facing the Circle, if... — Mr & Mrs Smith

A rebranding and extensive renovation of this hotel turned it into a contemporary gem in a can't-be-beat location. — Michelin Guide

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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 →

The JW Marriott Washington, DC aims to impress with stylish and tasteful decor, well-equipped guest rooms and a prime location on Pennsylvania Avenue. — Gayot

A $40-million renovation completed in 2009 transformed this 27-year-old property into a thoroughly modern Marriott. — Frommer's

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

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

"Popular for conventions" but also "comfortable for families", this "wonderful", "well-organized" chain link hits the mark "both for business and pleasure" with a "fantastic" location. — Zagat

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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 →

Light-filled hallways, invitingly bright guest rooms, soft bed linens, marble baths, and impeccable service make this hotel, which used to be Al Gore's childhood home, a bastion of comfort. — Fodor's

The grand Fairfax at Embassay Row has an eight-story, red-brick exterior trimmed with white dentil molding and anchored by a well-manicured garden. — Forbes Travel Guide

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

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

Located at a prime Embassy Row location, the hotel attracts diplomats, and also celebrities looking for less conspicuous accommodations. — DK Eyewitness

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Kimpton Hotel Madera

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

A "conveniently located" "favorite" just off Dupont Circle, this nonsmoking Kimpton boutique is sought out for its "friendly" vibe. — Zagat

Modern comfort with a stylish twist. This small hotel exudes elegance, sophistication, and power, catering to ladies and gentlemen of classic tastes. — DK Eyewitness

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

The Madera fancies itself a kind of ecoconscious pied-à-terre for travelers. — Frommer's

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

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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

In the heart of Old Town Alexandria, Morrison House captures the neighborhood’s charm with its Georgian-style building and Federal-style reproduction furniture. — Lonely Planet

"Pretty" and "extremely comfortable" rooms come outfitted with Federal-style furnishings, "divine" bathrooms and two- or four-poster beds at this "charming", "well-appointed" boutique. — Zagat

There’s no better place in the Old Town to savor the legendary Mint Julep than at the The Grille at Morrison House. Beginning December 10, from 5 to 7 pm Monday through Friday’s happy... — Not For Tourists

Meticulously revamped Federal-style mansion with the intimacy of a bed-and-breakfast in Old Town Alexandria. — Jetsetter

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Tabard Inn

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

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

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

Private and shared bath options, also nice brunch. — Not For Tourists

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

Each of the Tabard’s 40 rooms is decorated in brilliant colors with a hotchpotch of slightly chipped antiques. — Time Out

The Graham Georgetown

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

Throw in a just-off-M-Street location, and the Graham just might be the quintessential Georgetown hotel. — Afar Magazine

Set smack in the heart of Georgetown, Hotel Monticello is one of the better deals in Washington. — Lonely Planet

In the property that was the old Monticello, the new Graham is a sophisticated take on a boutique hotel. — Time Out

Culture and luxury unite in one of the most refined residential hotels in Georgetown. — Gayot

This new-in-2013 boutique – set just off Georgetown's main shopping street – features 57 guestrooms and suites. — Zagat

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Melrose Georgetown Hotel

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

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

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

"Fringe benefit: great French food at Bistro Bis."—Eve Zibart. 139 rooms with custom-designed, contemporary furnishings in primary brights; granite-topped desks, marble baths, plush... — National Geographic

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

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

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Grand Hyatt Washington

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

With its room count of 888, the Grand Hyatt is the largest hotel near the convention center, which is 3 blocks away. — Frommer's

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

The 888-room Grand Hyatt feels every bit as big as it is. — Oyster

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

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

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Kimpton Rouge Hotel

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

From the awning beneath the sign outside to the color scheme throughout the lobby and hallways, rouge is everywhere. — Gayot

In this city with its share of the Big Bad Wolves, this cheerful, color-coordinated Kimpton is Little Red Riding Hood. It is conveniently located in an upscale residential neighborhood... — Star Service

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

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

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

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The Liaison Capitol Hill DC

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

"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

Between the Capitol building and Union Station, opposite the convention-oriented Hyatt Regency and Washington Court hotels, this is one of the top picks in this neighborhood. It shows... — Star Service

A stylish lobby, an acclaimed regional restaurant, an extensive pillow menu, and a hip rooftop pool and bar... makes The Liaison hotel... one of the best hotels in Capitol Hill. — Oyster

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

Hip sleep at the foot of Capitol Hill with vibrant artwork, a rooftop pool and one of DC’s hottest restaurants. — Jetsetter

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The Westin Georgetown, Washington D.C.

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

Located in the West End district within a mile of Georgetown and the White House, this hotel has a multi-lingual staff to cater to their international clientele. — Gayot

"Updated, quiet and stylish", this "comfortable business hotel" offers "modern" accommodations with Westin's "fantastic" Heavenly beds. — Zagat

Business and leisure travelers alike enjoy the stately, comfortable rooms, spalike bathrooms with sunken tubs and separate glassed-in showers, and courtyard with an outdoor pool. — Fodor's

The ubiquitous Heavenly Beds and Bath are the standout features here, the latter quite large and clad in Italian marble, with deep-soaking tubs, separate glassed-in stall showers with dual showerheads — Star Service

Less grand than most Westins, this hotel feels more like a boutique than a 259-room chain property, in part due to its intimate lobby and relatively low-rise building (eight floors). — Oyster

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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 →

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

Trendy, swanky and very pet-friendly, this establishment is setting new standards for the see and be seen crowds in downtown DC. — Gayot

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

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

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

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Hotel Lombardy

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

Restored to reflect its original 1929 character, Hotel Lombardy is located just four blocks from the White House in the center of Washington's business district. — Michelin Guide

This European boutique hotel has multilingual staff and an international vibe – you hear French and Spanish as often as English in its halls. — Lonely Planet

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

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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Swann House

Washington DC 78 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

Sometimes described as the best B&B in the city, this charming establishment provides modern conveniences – Wi-Fi, private baths, and cable TV – along with personal attention. — DK Eyewitness

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

Housed in a turreted mansion dating to 1883, this nonsmoking B&B features 12 individually decorated rooms and suites, all with private bathrooms. — Zagat

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

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Georgetown Suites

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

Georgetown Suites offers a range of lodging possibilities, all of which have a separate sitting area and a kitchen, and free Wi-Fi. — DK Eyewitness

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

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

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

This hotel offers great value for its location and rates: friendly service; clean, bright, and spacious lodging; and up-to-date amenities. — Frommer's

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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 →

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

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

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

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

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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

The 149-room hotel brings the luck and love of the Irish to Capitol Hill. — Travel + Leisure

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

This excellent residential-style hotel lies in a bustling area across from Union Station — Star Service

Named after a park in Dublin, the Phoenix features standard-sized rooms decorated with Irish artwork and linens. — Time Out

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Capitol Hill Hotel

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

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

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

At a block away, this is the closest hotel to the U.S. Capitol, and a Metro ride away from other monuments, museums and local attractions. — Gayot

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

Loews Madison Hotel

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

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

The attractive rooms are mid-sized, with silver-gray walls, fluffy white beds and wine-red accents – a color palette meant to echo DC's famed cherry blossoms. — Lonely Planet

Located five blocks north of the White House...this is trendy chameleon that cooks up a flavorful and colorful surroundings suitable for commercial and leisure travelers. — Star Service

Freshly renovated downtown D.C. gem with an understated vibe and power dining possibilities. — Jetsetter

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

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