The thing about Washington DC is that it dazzles. It makes your time, no matter how short or long, in the city count. There are cool and hip farmers markets such as 14th & Kennedy Street Farmers Market and Adams Morgan Farmers Market. Stroll around and find your way in Smithsonian museums. Hop on a double-decker bus to have a sweeping summary of the city’s past and present: the momuments, the Capitol, and the memorial parks. Whether you are in a hurry or you prefer taking things slow, Washington DC can wash off your worries.
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The Ritz-Carlton: the Distinctive and the Sophisticated
Treat your taste bugs to a gastronomic adventure. Discover the district’s tree-lined roads. Explore the sights and sounds of this massive country’s capital. Indulge in the Ritz-Carlton, which prides itself on having a distinctive taste. This sophisticated place redefines elegance and relaxation. Pamper yourself with a suite that has the indulgence you need, from its marble bathroom to its tranquil courtyard, from exclusive club lounge to advanced body therapy massage and hydrafacial deluxe. Go ahead. Immerse yourself in the luxury of everything.
W Washington D.C.: The Edgy and the Playful
There is something charming about hotels that know how to play. Like W Washington D.C. It is colorful. It marries historical details and edgy design. Choose from its 317 well-appointed rooms and gaze at the lively city down below. Feeling fabulous? Go, get the jute-walled fantastic suite, which has a tasteful mix of nude and playful textures. Most likely, you will have a view of the White House or of the Washington Monument.
Omni Shoreham Hotel: The Monumental and the Distinguished
Not all hotels can claim that they have hosted the biggest names in the world, say, the presidents and world leaders. That trivia alone is enough reason for you to get curious. What makes Omni Shoreham Hotel distinguished and distinct from the rest? This relaxing nook boasts a creative array of culture, art, music, and even politics; yet it is able to balance everything with a resort feel. Comfort, creativity, and hospitability make this place indeed monumental.
The Hay-Adams: The Timeless and the Historical
The rooms can remind you of romance in the good old days. The Hay-Adams’s interior design draws inspiration from the colonial period, with its molded ceilings, wooden furniture, and vintage-inspired curtains. Plus, the texture and the tone used are very soothing to the eyes. Have a scrumptious meal at Lafayette, a dining destination in D.C. Or enjoy your cocktail in their bar, Off the Record. Do not forget to put it on the record how you marvel at everything.
The Henley Park Hotel: The Charming and the Grandiose
A storied boutique hotel in the heart of the capital, the Henley Park Hotel is housed in a restored Tudor building. Be prepared to be amazed by antique furniture, stained-glass windows, warm texture, and beguiling gargoyles. Get ready to be pampered in your room: plush bedding, flat-screen TV, and complimentary Wi-Fi. This place succeeds in mixing the old and the new—where the storied past meets modern comforts.
Washington D.C. teases the mind with the narratives of the past and the indulgence of the present. Enjoy both.