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From the stunning, marble encased lobby lit by opulent chandeliers, to the stylish guest rooms, the Marriott is pure luxury. JW Marriott Pennsylvania Avenue is located just three blocks from the White House and is connected to a mall with more than 80 shops and restaurants. Its downtown location provides easy access to businesses, government buildings and tourist attractions. It is a popular hotel for conventions due to its large size and abundance of meeting space.
Standing more than a century in Washington D.C., The Churchill Hotel Near Embassy Row is close to the Dupont Circle Metro Station and Dupont Circle. The property has a restaurant and offers Starbucks coffee onsite. The rooms at the hotel feature a flat-screen cable TV and a seating area or a work desk. The windows in the rooms open and guests will also find iron with an ironing board in the rooms. The Chartwell Grill and Lounge serves breakfast, lunch and dinner, every day. The lounge is open at night for snacks and cocktails. The Grill serves a traditional American fare. A fully equipped fitness center and in-room spa services are available to all guests of The Churchill. A business center and valet parking are also offered along with complimentary WiFi.
The centrally located, former Monarch Hotel features an elegant atrium-style lobby framed by beautiful flower arrangements and lush greenery. The Fairmont hotel guests may enjoy drinks at the lobby-lounge bar, while relaxing to the soft sounds of piano music. For an extra treat, try the delectable Sunday Colonnade Champagne brunch.
The Foggy Bottom location of this all-suite hotel is convenient to the State Department and the downtown business district. It is also not far from the Kennedy Center and the Washington Harbour. Studio and one-bedroom suites are all equipped with full kitchen and dining area.
The Kimpton Monaco in Washington, DC, located in the historic Tariff Building, used to be one of the city's most prominent historical landmarks. In the old days, this lovely four-star hotel was the General Post Office's building, also known as the Tariff building. Refurbished in 2002, the boutique hotel boasts spacious, well-equipped rooms that are perfect for any weary and discerning traveler. Designed by Robert Mills, architect of the Washington Monument, this building was completed in 1842 as the first all-marble building in the city.
Four Seasons Hotel Washington DC is right in the center of historic Georgetown. The exterior is contemporary brick and glass, but the inside boasts Old World elegance and charm. Some rooms have views of the historic C&O Canal or Rock Creek Park. Guests should make sure to make an appointment at the hotel's well known and luxurious spa.