Rising ten floors above the intersection of New York Avenue and 10th Street, NW, the Conrad Washington, DC has brought Washington hospitality into a new era of modern luxury with its design, culinary and retail offerings. Newly opened in March 2019, the luxury hotel is a stylish and sophisticated addition to the city’s most exciting mixed-use development, CityCenterDC. In addition to residential and office spaces CityCenterDC boasts the most upscale retail shopping experience east of Rodeo Drive! Dior, Louis Vuitton, Burberry, Hermes, Ferragamo and Gucci are just a few of the retail brands represented. To top it off the Hotel's first level features Tiffany & Co and Chanel. The neighborhood is already bolstered by its close proximity to the Washington Convention Center, Capital One Arena, award-winning Restaurants, the National Mall and every major metro line by way of two main stations: Metro Center and Gallery Place. Unique to Conrad Washington, DC is the Sakura Club, a serene private club on the 10th floor. Sakura Club guests will have access to a premium experience featuring breakfast, lunch and dinner, an exquisite Japanese whiskey collection, and a traditional afternoon tea ritual. The exclusive, full-service environment is hosted by a dedicated group of Team Members. Their sole objective is to create a personalized experience unlike any other. Estuary – The Conrad Washington, DC’s signature restaurant, by James Beard Award and Top Chef finalists, Bryan and Michael Voltaggio, complements the hotel’s upscale offerings. The Voltaggios’ heartfelt appreciation for their Maryland roots is the catalyst for this elevated farm-to-table dining experience featuring the seafood of the Chesapeake. Estuary serves breakfast, lunch, dinner, and weekend brunch. Summit the Rooftop Lounge is an exclusive outdoor seasonal venue offering panoramic views of some of Washington’s most famous landmarks and vistas. A relaxed respite serving exceptional cocktails, fine wines, and small bites, the elevated experience features a spirited bar scene and an Event Terrace exclusively for groups. Estuary Bar – Vibrant, heartfelt and dramatic is a perfect venue to recount the activities of the day over artfully prepared beverages. Enjoy sweeping views of The Park at CityCenterDC while relaxing next to a cozy fireplace or outdoors surrounded by an elevated urban oasis.
Park Hyatt Washington, D.C. combines dynamic modernism with classic American style. ALL Located in the fashionable West End Georgetown neighborhood, near Embassy Row and the Smithsonian Museums, Park Hyatt Washington affords guests convenient access to shopping, dining, and cultural attractions of the nation’s capital. 220 freshly renovated guestrooms and suites inspired by D.C.’s bright, blooming spring colors, the hotel’s new guestroom design features rich woods, dazzling gold accents, and custom glasswork by photographic glass artist Amanda Weil. Guests will enjoy a soothing, yet vibrant color palate of denim blue, cracked caramel, and blue-grey hues. The new design also now features 100 percent natural vegetable fiber (grass cloth) wall coverings, custom-designed plaid wool rugs, and rich walnut wood platform beds complete with leather headboards and reading lights. Custom-designed daybeds, complete with walnut wood platform bases, upholstered benches, and leather-wrapped arms and back can be found in deluxe rooms and junior suites. The deluxe rooms feature large social tables, with inlaid cherry blossom glass art by Weil, that are perfect for the needs of every guest. The junior suites also offer new walnut wood flooring and cherry blossom glass-topped desks also by Weil. Room accents in the junior suites include antique gameboards and a selection of hardcover books highlighting American crafts and heritage. Deluxe rooms feature spa-inspired, basalt-tiled bathrooms. King bathrooms feature a spacious walk-in rainfall shower, and the double bathrooms feature large bathtubs. Junior Suites, some of the largest in the city at 544-square feet, also feature oversized spa-inspired bathrooms with limestone-tiled rain showers and deep soaking tubs. The style of the refreshed guestrooms is a natural extension of the hotel’s approach to understated luxury. The hotel is home to the Michelin-starred restaurant, Blue Duck Tavern, an elegant neighborhood tavern offering menu selections focusing on the freshest ingredients available from regional purveyors. Park Hyatt Washington offers flexible meeting and event space with seasonal catering.
Thompson Washington DC in the hip Navy Yard neighborhood, is just steps from Nationals Park and nearby the Wharf and Capitol, where shopping, dining and nightlife surround. The hotel will debut the first full-service restaurant in DC from Danny Meyer’s Union Square Hospitality Group so guests can experience the award-winning food and hospitality he is known for. The Rooftop Bar is a perfect perch for cocktails and views of the Anacostia River and DC’s hottest new neighborhood. The hotel is a few blocks from the Metro with easy access to all neighborhoods of the city. When you stay at a Thompson Hotel, you are welcomed as a resident. Each of the luxury hotel group’s locations offers a stunning, carefully layered and dynamic neighborhood or resort setting that molds into the surrounding community, including Washington DC. With intuitive service, each guest is provided a tailored experience, enhancing personal travel journeys and bridging connections to the local perspective through in-the-know moments and collaborations. The guest is sure to uncover a new take on modern luxury at the refined edge of travel.
Overlooking Georgetown's boutique-lined streets, Four Seasons is within easy reach of the Capital's museums, monuments, and historic sites. With attention to art, locality, and the luxury sleep experience, this is one of the city's only Forbes Five-Star and AAA Five-Diamond hotels. Four Seasons Hotel Washington, DC, offers 222 newly renovated rooms – including 58 suites – with various views, including Georgetown and the historic Chesapeake and Ohio Canal. Situated in a quiet residential neighborhood, the mid-rise brick building comprises separate east and west wings, connected by a glass-enclosed garden walkway. Seasons restaurant offers a bright, tranquil setting for the morning crowd of Washington's movers and shakers, visiting dignitaries, and discreet people watchers. The Georgetown restaurant's traditional dishes come alive with elegant twists: from the lemon ricotta pancakes to an Asian breakfast of seared sesame tuna. Tuck into a delectable mix of regional and seasonal ingredients during breakfast and Sunday brunch. BOURBON STEAK- Discover Washington's most popular steakhouse. Chic, modern, and visually striking, creator Michael Mina and his team have designed distinctive lunch and fine dining dinner menus to suit the rhythm of Washington, DC. With a focus on seasonal ingredients and organic, hormone-free cuts of beef and local seafood, the menu for this award-winning steakhouse features American classics with an haute cuisine twist. Savor Michael Mina's award-winning butter-bathed meat was slowly poached and finished over a wood-burning grill. For special events and celebrations, consider BOURBON STEAK's private dining rooms. Overlooking Rock Creek, this elegant space accommodates 50 guests for standing receptions and up to 36 for seated functions. Discover DC's newest nighttime hotspot ENO, where wine enthusiasts can select from 300 Old World and New World wines paired with locally sourced cheese, chocolate, and charcuterie. Guests can enjoy wines by the glass, flight of three 2.5-ounce glasses, or through ENO's educational wine classes, ENOversity. In addition to the bar's two-level seating, The Cellar provides guests a cozy candle-lite 18-person lounge perfect for intimate gatherings and private events.
Discover our District! New to Logan Circle, our modern, artful hotel shows the District’s creative side. As your host, we'll get you vibing with the neighborhood and inspire you with our fresh, fearless perspective. Every guestroom and suite is spacious — a rare commodity in DC. Get settled in your very own haven and fall into the rhythm of the locals. It starts with grabbing a coffee at BPM Coffee & Wine, a buzzing spot that the neighborhood loves. Expand your mind in The Salon, our gallery which highlights the work of local DC artists. And, in the warmer months, head to the rooftop for a dip in the pool, drinks at the bar and sweeping views of downtown. We didn't open our doors to be politics as usual. You'll quickly see: Each day with us is a discovery, from our tree-lined street to the bustling 14th Street Corridor, just steps away. Located on the ground floor, BPM Coffee & Wine is all energy, offering options for dine-in and to-go. Order artisanal specialty coffee, gourmet tea, house-baked goods, and grab 'n' go items for breakfast and lunch. In the late afternoon, BPM serves wine, beer, and snacks. Keep a lookout for programming like light live music and wine tastings. From there, slip into the relaxed neighborhood vibe at Dovetail, our contemporary bar and restaurant on the first floor. Join the locals that gather over American small plates — perfect for sharing and all locally sourced. Your ideal dinner accompaniment: craft brews, local spirits, and bespoke cocktails. All perfect for enjoying indoors, or on the outdoor patio, which is a scene unto itself in spring, summer and fall.
The InterContinental Washington D.C. – The Wharf brings sophistication to its contemporary style, allowing guests to feel right at home at The Wharf. InterContinental Washington D.C. – The Wharf features a renowned waterfront restaurant - Moon Rabbit by Chef Kevin Tien, a 12th floor lounge and a dynamic pool bar & grill sure to satisfy all tastes. Our guests also have access to our sprawling full-service spa and refreshing rooftop pool with striking Potomac River views. The InterContinental Washington D.C. – The Wharf is the newest addition to the reimagined Wharf neighborhood. Perfectly placed on the beautiful Potomac River, InterContinental Washington D.C. – The Wharf enjoys the most incredible waterfront views of D.C. Modern luxury, culture, and a rich history combine in the Wharf neighborhood to create a perfect atmosphere for guests and locals alike. Our convenient location means getting here and getting to center city has never been easier. InterContinental Washington D.C. – The Wharf has immediate access to major roadways, is blocks away from public transit stops, and a short five miles away from the Reagan National Airport. Enjoy a wide range of upgraded room types, from our Premier Riverview rooms to King Promenades (featuring full balconies) and a variety of spacious, residentially inspired suites. Enjoy natures artwork with all rooms enjoying panoramic views of the Potomac River. Experience the most exciting neighborhood in the history of the district - a true Urban Resort.
The Ritz-Carlton, Washington, D.C. is one of the city’s most refined luxury hotels — an urban retreat where you can relax within the charging energy of a powerful city. And whether you are here for business or pleasure, our five-star hotel in Washington, D.C., places you in the middle of it all, with impeccable service, exceptional accommodations and exclusive amenities enhancing every moment of your stay. Our Washington, D.C. downtown hotel features: 300 elegantly appointed guest rooms including 33 hotel suites, 267 Deluxe rooms A private concierge level and club lounge A convenient location within walking distance of Metro, Georgetown, Dupont Circle, Embassy Row and monuments and cultural attractions Equinox Sports Club, a 100,000-square-foot luxury sports and fitness complex directly connected to the hotel Two exceptional dining establishments, Westend Bistro and Quadrant Bar & Lounge Individual “Technology Pods” featuring complimentary printing and internet services Commitment to Cleanliness - our utmost priority is to keeping our hotel guests and associates safe. Through our Global Cleanliness Council we have developed over 200 cleaning protocols. These include deeper, more frequent cleaning standards, less contact - more connection through apps, all associates will wear face coverings as part of their uniforms, installing physical barriers and physical distancing throughout the hotel.
With its iconic smokestack dominating the neighborhood skyline, The Ritz-Carlton Georgetown, Washington, D.C. is one of the most distinctive hotels in Georgetown. This landmark boutique hotel in D.C. incorporates the historic renovation of a turn-of-the-century industrial building erected in 1932, and serves as an integral part of the Georgetown cityscape. Although rooted in history, our Georgetown, D.C. hotel offers luxurious modern comforts that exceed every expectation. Featuring oversized guestrooms and luxurious suites, the accommodations, communal spaces, and corridors at The Ritz-Carlton, Georgetown are stylishly decorated in sleek, modern furnishings. The rich Earth tones blend with burgundy red, and siltstone, beautifully accentuating brick and iron architectural details. 86 guestrooms including 18 premier one-bedroom suites, 11 one-bedroom suites, and 5 luxury suites Regionally inspired cuisine at Degrees Bar (located within this hotel in D.C.) Historic architecture complemented by contemporary appointments with views of the Georgetown Village or the Potomac River Adjacent to Washington Harbour, The Shops at Georgetown Park, the boutique shops at M Street and Wisconsin Avenue and the exciting nightlife of Georgetown Convenient access to the Central Business District, The White House, The National Mall, The Smithsonian Institute and other historic areas