4.7 Line Hotel Washington

The Line Hotel, Washington


“The Line boutique design hotel is housed in a neoclassical revivalist building that was once The First Church of Christ, Scientist, built in 1912. The designers and architects preserved architectural elements such as 60-foot vaulted ceilings, millwork and brass detailing, copper entry doors and milk glass windows.”

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4.5 Watergate Hotel Washington

The Watergate Hotel, Washington

New York Times

“The history is fascinating, the location is desirable and the attractive surroundings are a draw. Service, too, is on the ball. And so, the legend of the Watergate has a new chapter.”

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4.5 Graham Hotel Washington

Hotel The Graham Georgetown, Washington D.C.

New York Times

“The Graham embodies the duality of Georgetown, a neighborhood that is both a raucous night-life haunt and home to genteel Washington society. Tranquil, modern rooms paired with a vibrant rooftop offer hotel guests equal parts serenity and excitement, not to mention a tucked-away spot from which to start exploring the city.”

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4.1 Liaison Hotel Washington

Liaison Capitol Hill a Joie de Vivre Hotel, Washington

New York Times

“A less expensive and slightly less elegant but equally convenient option is the Liaison Capitol Hill, an Affinia Hotel, with 343 rooms and a seasonal rooftop deck and pool, an unusual feature for hotels at this price. Locals still flock to the four-year-old Art and Soul, run by Art Smith, best known as Oprah’s chef.”

Featured in New York Times’ 36 Hours in Washington, D.C.

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4.6 George Hotel Washington

Kimpton Hotel George, Washington

New York Times

“The major chain hotels can be found within a mile of the Capitol, but a better option is the Hotel George, a Kimpton Hotel with a fun George Washington theme and animal- print robes. A stone’s throw from Union Station and the Capitol, it has the added bonus of a very decent restaurant, Bistro Bis, which also has a sexy bar.”

Featured in New York Times’ 36 Hours in Washington, D.C.

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