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The Most Beautiful Places To Stay In Washington, D.C.

By Parker Diakite

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Picking the best places to stay in the nation’s capital can feel like an impossible task. Part of the reason is because there’s just so much to do in Washington D.C.  From the museums and art galleries to exploring nightlife culture on U Street, and of course, finding the best Mumbo sauce around, it’s important to find accommodations that will best suit your itinerary.

Here are some of the most beautiful places to stay in Washington D.C.

Kimpton Hotel Monaco

Do you have a jam-packed schedule and need to mark places off your to-do-list during your visit? Then Kimpton Hotel Monaco is the place for you.

Located on F Street NW, Kimpton Hotel Monaco D.C. is located near popular attractions, including the National Museum of African American History & Culture, the Smithsonian American Art Museum, the U.S. Capitol Building, National Mall, and more.

Photo courtesy of Kimpton Hotels & Restaurants

 

The St. Gregory Hotel Dupont Circle

Guests will find that St. Gregory offers sophistication in a convenient location to explore the city’s best cultural and historical attractions. Located in Dupont Circle, this boutique hotel will give guests mid-century modern vibes with luxe marble, metallic finishes, a dual-sided glass fireplace and more.

Photo courtesy of St. Gregory Hotel DC

 

The Hay-Adams

Housed in a 1928 Italian Renaissance-style building on Lafayette Square, The Hay-Adams is an upscale hotel offers views of the White House and within a short walk to the Washington Monument. If you’re lucky, maybe you can stay in the same room as former U.S. President Barack Obama during before his first inauguration.


Photo courtesy of The Hay-Adams

 

Arc the Hotel

In the heart of the Foggy Bottom neighborhood, you’ll find Arc the Hotel.  Booking a stay here means that you are just blocks away from the Kennedy Center of Performing Arts, adventures in Rock Creek Park and the Potomac River, and the George Washington University Museum, which houses the Textile Museum.

Photo courtesy Arc The Hotel D.C.

 

The Willard InterContinental 

This charming and sophisticated hotel is a popular hangout among locals with its Round Robin Bar and afternoon tea in Peacock Alley. Even better: It’s just blocks away from the National Mall.

Photo courtesy of The Willard InterContinental DC

WhyHotel DC Union Square

What’s appealing about WhyHotel is that it’s a newer concept that aims to blur the lines of hospitality and home. Here is where you will find your home away from home, which so happens to be in the middle of the District’s NoMa neighborhood. If food is one your main reasons for exploring Washington DC, you will be just blocks away from Union Market.

Photo courtesy of WhyHotel

 

The Mayflower Hotel 

Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, The Mayflower Hotel, Autograph Collection is a contemporary accommodation in prime location on Connecticut Avenue.

Photo courtesy of The Mayflower Hotel, Autograph Collection

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