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Washington, D.C - Streetsmart : Historic Hotels, Luxury Hotels

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Historic Hotels

Note: Unless otherwise stated, all hotels accept credit cards, and have en-suite bathrooms and air conditioning


  1. Willard Inter-Continental

    This is certainly among the most historic of hotels. Epochal events, including the birth of the League of Nations, were discussed here by principal figures. Royalty from all over the world have been guests.

    Willard Inter-Continental
  2. Hay-Adams Hotel

    Constructed on the sites of the homes of John Hay and Henry Adams, this elegant hotel has carried on the tradition of the finest hospitality. The recent restoration is a triumph.

  3. Renaissance Mayflower Hotel

    Opened to a huge crowd on the day of Calvin Coolidge’s 1925 presidential inauguration, this hotel has been a fixture for politicians – Franklin D. Roosevelt wrote his 1933 inaugural address here and J. Edgar Hoover had lunch here nearly every day. A classic hotel with complimentary shoe shines, and multilingual staff.

  4. The Jefferson

    The decorations on the Beaux Arts façade are eye-catchers, and inside are displayed prints and documents, including some associated with Thomas Jefferson. The hotel is popular with celebrities. It has recently been renovated.

    Jefferson Hotel
  5. St. Regis Hotel

    If both Queen Elizabeth II and the Rolling Stones chose to stay here, the St. Regis must be doing something right. 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.

  6. Hotel W

    The historic Hotel Washington is now Hotel W, a prestigious property of Starwood Resorts and Hotels. Located next to the White House, many of its rooms have views of the White House or the Capitol. Its exceptional service continues in a luxurious setting.

  7. Morrison-ClarkInn

    Created from two townhouses, this mansion served as the Soldiers, Sailors, Marines, and Airmen’s Club for 50 years. Decorative touches remain, including four gorgeous mirrors.

  8. Phoenix Park Hotel

    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.

  9. Henley Park Hotel

    The outside is festooned with gargoyles, and the interior boasts original stained glass. Four-poster beds furnish some rooms.

  10. Churchill Hotel

    Opened as an apartment building in 1906, this grand hotel provides huge, tastefully furnished rooms with panoramic views.


Luxury Hotels


  1. Grand Hyatt Washington

    The location is superb and the concierge offers full information on local sports, theaters, and events, and can arrange to have a rental bicycle delivered. The sports bar is a popular meeting place, and the business center even offers desktop publishing.

  2. Four Seasons Hotel

    This is Washington D.C.’s only five-star hotel. The spa is renowned, and afternoon tea at the Garden Terrace will make any visitor feel special. Convenient to Georgetown and Rock Creek Park.

  3. Mandarin Oriental Washington, DC

    Monumental views over the Potomac Tidal Basin and Jefferson Memorial are plentiful at this elegant hotel. Rooms boast king beds and silk tapestries, as well as amenities such as plasma TVs and Internet. There is also a fitness center, pool, and spa.

  4. Park Hyatt Washington

    The decor at this recently refurbished hotel features original artwork enhancing its elegant ambience. The hotel has an indoor pool and a fitness center.

  5. Gaylord National Resort and Convention Center

    South of Washington, the Gaylord National is the largest combined hotel and convention center on the east coast. The 18-story glass atrium offers spectacular views of the Potomac River and Alexandria.

  6. Ritz-Carlton

    The Ritz-Carlton provides the finest quality furnishings – Egyptian cotton sheets and down pillows – to make guests comfortable. The marble bathrooms are roomy. Internet access provided in all rooms.

  7. Westin Embassy Row

    The theme here is country elegance, reflected in the decor. Located at a prime Embassy Row location, the hotel attracts diplomats, and also celebrities looking for less conspicuous accommodations. A concierge and a fitness room are available 24 hours a day.

  8. Fairmont Washington D.C.

    This hotel’s garden courtyard is gorgeous, and a recent $12 million renovation has made the entire hotel a showplace. Some rooms have delightful balconies.

  9. Hyatt Regency Washington Capitol Hill

    A bustling hotel that takes up an entire block. It is within easy walking distance of the Capitol and the Smithsonian.

  10. Washington Court Hotel

    Larger than average rooms and the location is convenient. The lobby is an atrium design with a waterfall.

    Lobby, Washington Court
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