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Set on a hill above Dupont Circle, this large hotel has a great view of the Washington skyline. The seven-acre property has a lovely garden and tennis courts. The eclectic neighborhood of Adams-Morgan is nearby and is a great place to sample some of the city's celebrated ethnic restaurants. Red Sea has wonderful Ethiopian cuisine and spicy Thai can be found at Star of Siam.
Enjoy a luxurious stay at Kimpton Glover Park Hotel. Offering a range of facilities and amenities to its guests, the hotel ensures that you have a relaxed, fun-filled stay during your time in the city. Shuttle service to nearby attractions, toiletries and daily housekeeping are just some of the complimentary services can enjoy. There is also a restaurant on-site where they can tantalize their taste buds with decadent offerings or stay in shape at the well-equipped fitness club. If you are looking for a comfy stay, then a room at Kimpton Glover Park Hotel won’t disappoint.
Many of the suites at this Georgetown hotel have a view of the Washington DC skyline and just outside the door are the trendy boutiques and fine restaurants of this historic neighborhood. A complimentary shuttle to the Metro makes all of the Washington area easy accessible. Suites are set up for the business traveler with plenty of workspace and for those on vacation as well. Many suites offer Jacuzzis.
Washington's most elaborate and stately mansions-turned-embassies are located in the neighborhood surrounding the hotel, hence, its name. The rooms have a contemporary decor, with light, unassuming color schemes and views that each room promises are second to none. A stay here is a retreat amidst all the hustle of the capital. Business travelers have plenty of facilities that ensure hassle-free executions of agendas while leisure travelers can head out to explore numerous attractions close by. Eclectic eateries and bars are peppered around The Embassy Row Hotel. Also, the property's very own roof deck is a popular dining and lounging destination. This is a wonderful location from which to gain a feel for one of the most attractive areas of Washington.
Find perfection at this Dupont Circle bed and breakfast inn. Designed and built in 1883 by a prominent Washington artist, the inn has decorated each bedroom with a unique, luxurious theme. Some rooms have fireplaces and Jacuzzi tubs. Although technically a bed and breakfast, the Swann House caters to a business clientele, with a full range of services and meeting rooms. The inn is just 12 blocks from the White House.
Step into the atrium lobby of Embassy Suites Washington D.C. and step into another world. Lush greenery surrounds a waterfall making this a wonderful respite after a day of sightseeing in Washington's summer heat. Located in the West End section it is convenient from Georgetown and not far from the Kennedy Center. The standard two-room suite features contemporary decor and numerous modern amenities including a microwave, coffee maker, refrigerator, radio, VCR and cable television. Executive suites are a bit larger and feature space for small meetings.
Georgetown Inn resides in the heart of historic Georgetown. It has welcomed many prominent guests, including the Duke and Duchess of Windsor, since its opening in 1961. The rooms, which are a cross between Victorian and Colonial styles, are spacious and feature separate sitting areas. The atmosphere is so authentic you expect to see Ben Franklin hanging out in the lounge. In addition to fine dining and shopping nearby, the hotel can arrange transportation to the sights in Washington DC.