There’s only one city where you can take in breathtaking monuments, diverse museums, historic sites, and the nation’s most visited private residence. Washington D.C. has all of those amenities to offer and more. With an easy to access intricate transit system, seeing all the most popular sites in one weekend is easily attainable. Whether you plan to stay for business or for leisure, these luxury hotels are sure to add to a pleasurable stay in our Nation’s Capital.
The Watergate Hotel
The historic Watergate Hotel is located along the banks of the scenic Potomac River in Washington, D.C. The hotel offers decadent rooms with private balconies with views of the river. Each room also has an on suite bathroom with floor-to-ceiling marble walls. Bathrobes, slippers, and custom toiletries created by La Bottega will make you feel like you’re at home. The Watergate Hotel also features an on-site spa, which offers a fitness center where guests can exercise. The Top of the Gate, a rooftop bar with panoramic views of the Georgetown waterfront and Washington Monument, is an excellent place to can grab a drink. Casual and fine dining are also available and a whisky bar is located just off of the hotel’s lobby.
If you are looking for elegance and history look no further than The Jefferson Washington, D.C. With a combination of European and Washingtonian style, the hotel’s redesigned guest rooms, suites, and public spaces are rich in historical details. Guests can find eclectic antiques, period artifacts, and documents signed by Thomas Jefferson in The Jefferson’s elegant guest rooms and public spaces. Within the Jefferson Hotel, resides the Michelin-star restaurant, Plume. The award-winning restaurant features a seasonal menu inspired by the harvests from Thomas Jefferson’s kitchen gardens at Monticello. The restaurant also boasts a wine list with 1,300 labels, including rare vintages from around the globe.
The Hay-Adams, a luxury boutique hotel, originally designed in the 1920s as a residential hotel, is as close as you can get to staying at the White House without a personal invitation from the President. The Hay-Adams carefully emulates the ambiance of a prominent private mansion on Lafayette Square. The hotel also features stunning views of Lafayette Park and the White House. Ideally situated in Lafayette Square and merely just a few steps from many of Washington D.C.’s famous landmarks, the Hay-Adams is the premier destination for leisure and business travelers alike.
Trump International Hotel
The Trump International Hotel Washington, D.C. overlooks Pennsylvania Avenue with an unbeatable location close to the White House and the National Mall. The hotel sits within the iconic Old Post Office building. The property was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1972. BLT Prime is the hotel’s signature restaurant. Open for power breakfasts as well as fine dining throughout the day, the restaurant serves fine steaks and specialty seafood dishes.
Whether you are in Washington D.C. for leisure or business, your stay needs to be in luxury. Any of these hotels will provide you with all the atmosphere, history, dining and relaxation you desire. Which of these hotels will you book on your next trip?