The spectacular Jefferson Apartments in Washington DC was built in 1923 and was turned into a hotel in 1955. The posh hotel displays a fabulous Jefferson collection of art, furnishings, books and documents that keep guests enthralled with the place. Another noteworthy feature is the skylight that was discovered during renovations, dating back to World War II. The hotel offers splendid services which includes a chic spa, splendid dining and a comfortable and relaxing atmosphere for its guests.
Set along a wide boulevard, the Willard Inter-Continental is among the most splendid and renowned hotels in the city. Lincoln resided here before he assumed the presidency, as have other presidents. But history and politics are overshadowed by the splendor of the hotel itself. Graced with mosaics, marble, fabulous chandeliers and majestic columns, the building offers unmatched elegance. The rooms are far from cheap, but if you opt to stay here you will experience the ultimate in luxury.
Hotel Palomar personifies elegance and beauty with its focus on artwork . Each room is designed for comfort and the staff takes care of your demands—so you always feel at home. Chill out by the pool or keep fit at the gym. Grab a bite at the many on-site restaurants or unwind by the bar. Hotel Palomar is aptly located in the Georgetown neighborhood which is well known for shopping and sight-seeing. This boutique hotel is also a few minutes away from Dupont Circle, which is known for its historical importance. A visit to Hotel Palomar is an unforgettable experience which will keep you coming back for more!
Originally built as a private apartment building in 1929, the Hotel Lombardy is a European-style hotel overlooking Pennsylvania Avenue. Located just four blocks from the White House, it facilitates easy access to the National Mall and the Kennedy Center. The recently renovated building boasts imported Italian and German fabrics, oriental woolen rugs, local art, stainless steel kitchenettes with dining areas (in most rooms), chrome and enamel bathrooms and fine bedding.
This early 20th-century building is completely renovated to provide travelers with neo-modern luxury in the heart of Washington's Capitol Hill. The guest rooms combine colonial elegance with custom designed, modern furnishings. Just one block from the Metro and within walking distance of the U.S. Capitol, Hotel George is in an ideal location for the business traveler who are looking for luxury. Bistro Bis, the hotel's restaurant, serves contemporary French cuisine in a traditional French bistro atmosphere.
Two 18th-century townhouses were renovated to create this charming hotel Morrison-Clark Inn, in downtown Washington. Each room is different and many are decorated with Victorian reproductions. Some have balconies overlooking a brick courtyard. The inn has a renowned restaurant which features contemporary American cuisine. Sunday brunch is very popular. The inn is also convenient to most major attractions.
This odd-shaped hotel sits next to the Kennedy Center and is most famous as the site where the Watergate break-in occurred, leading to President Richard Nixon's resignation. Elegance prevails at the hotel, with its black and white marble floors, lavish Asian rugs, antiques and lobby waterfall. The newly renovated guestrooms were formerly apartments and are spacious. Many have balconies overlooking the Potomac River. The Watergate complex includes offices and luxury apartments, where many celebrities and political notables reside.