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The Best Hotels In Washington DC For Business Travelers, 2019

Washington D.C. District of Columbia

Being the esteemed capital city of the greatest progressive nation in the world, Washington DC is everything historic and heritage centric. It is also a hub for aristocrats, business people, politicians, and celebrities to conduct meetings and have leisurely travel as well.  High on the art scene, the Smithsonian Art Gallery in Washington DC attracts a record number of travelers at an annual basis.  Though the outward appearance of the city is more on the administration vibe, the city is great on the art and culinary side as well.  The National Gallery of Art, Lincoln Memorial,  the national heritage monuments are great travel spots to visit.  The Hillwood Estate, Museum, and Gardens are beautiful to visit and spend some quality time in. For the quintessential bookworms, Washington boasts of some fantastic libraries that have the world’s best books to read ranging from History, Political Science and Philosophy.

Washington is an unmatched destination where history meets modernity, artifacts meet America’s progressive culture, and world-class cuisine meets elegance and class. The dreamy destination of the world is never short of luxurious hotels that are jam-packed with history and express untold stories of the nation. The affluent stories come from the walls of Hay-Adams,  Willard InterContinental and the Watergate which have plush furnishings and attract high-profile guests round the year. Diversity and elegance rules the luxurious hotels of Washington DC where some hotels like the Jefferson are completely vintage and the modern hotels are adept with completely modern amenities.  Mason and Rook Hotel is another majestic option which is situated in the city’s downtown.  Comfort yourself in their wooden armchairs with full-frontal bookshelf which has some greatest volumes of the world. The Watergate Hotel was restored in 2016 that attracts esteemed politicians aristocrats alike. Sofiyette Lafayette Square is located just 400 meters from the White House and many other historic destinations in the city.  The State Plaza Hotel, on the other hand, is in proximity to the George Washington Library which is world-famous.  The Trump International Hotel is in proximity to the best shopping areas and a ten-minute walk from Capital One Arena and City Center DC.

Another worth mentioning aspect of Washington is the variety of cuisines it offers to the global palate. From trademark American food to European elegant cuisine, Washington breathes of style and persona in every dish made. The place is adept with street food and luxurious fine dining where Western cooking styles meet the Eastern mystical thought. It would be downright surprising to know that Washington’s luxurious hotels are also high on nightlife with a wide range of glitzy bars that offer signature cocktails with indigenous and authentic flavors.  We bring you the top 15 luxurious hotels in Washington which would make your stay downright memorable:

  1. Park Hyatt Washington D.C.
    1201 24th St NW, Washington, DC 20037, United States
    This west end based hotel is sheer beauty and sophisticated style. The 220 guest rooms and suites are artfully decorated with sleek persona. The rooms here give a warm and inviting vibe to the guests. Have fine dining at the in-house restaurant Blue Duck Tavern and take a dip in the sky-lit indoor swimming pool.
  2. Rosewood Washington, D.C.
    1050 31st St NW, Washington, DC 20007, United States
    Rosewood Washington, D.C. is a luxurious urban retreat located in the heart of Georgetown, one of D.C.’s most historic, renowned and picturesque neighborhoods. Conveniently located just steps from many of the city’s cultural attractions, high-end shops, and vibrant restaurants, the hotel is ideal for both business and leisure travelers. The property’s 55 guestrooms and suites, which include the capital city’s sole townhouse accommodations, feature contemporary art and comfortable furnishings as well as state-of-the-art technology and amenities, offering the ideal home away from home for visiting travelers. Distinct dining venues consist of CUT by Wolfgang Puck as well as CUT Above, a sophisticated bar and panoramic rooftop lounge.
  3. The Ritz-Carlton, Washington, DC.
    1150 22nd Street N.W, Washington, DC 20037, United States
    The spacious 300 guest rooms including 32 suites and 267 deluxe rooms are swiftly adorned with sublime décor. The Italian bathrooms are neatly maintained with luxurious indulgence. The hotel’s restaurant Westend Bistro makes meals with fresh produce from the area farms. The Quadrant Bar & Lounge features an exclusive cocktail menu and a global wine list.
  4. The St. Regis Washington, D.C.
    923 16th And, K St NW, Washington, DC 20006, United States
    Stunning glamor meets tradition in this majestic hotel which is just two blocks away from The White House. Opened in the year 1926 by founder John Jacob Astor IV where the rooms breathe royalty. Lot of aristocrats, business leaders, celebrities and politicians prefer staying here. Every evening at 6PM the hotel offers a champagne sabering ritual in the lobby.
  5. Sofitel Washington DC Lafayette Square.
    806 15th St NW, Washington, DC 20005, United States
    This luxury hotel features 237 comfortable art décor inspired rooms on 12 floors with comfortable beds and marble bathrooms having glass-enclosed showers. Enjoy the best of everything in DC at our downtown hotel situated at the corner of Lafayette Square bordering the White House.
  6. The Willard InterContinental Washington D.C. Hotel.
    1401 Pennsylvania Ave NW, Washington, DC 20004, United States
    Welcoming high profile clients and global leaders since the 19th century, this hotel is a grand old-school luxury hotel. The greatest speech “I have a dream” which was penned by Martin Luther King Junior was written in this iconic hotel. The on-health fitness center and spa named Elizabeth Arden Red Door Spa is quite well-equipped.
  7. Mandarin Oriental, Washington D.C.
    1330 Maryland Avenue SW, Washington, DC 20024, United States
    Having a breathtaking view of Tidal Basin, this luxury hotel is walking distance from the historic Jefferson Memorial and Washington Monument. Each of the 347 rooms and 53 suites breathes oriental elegance with traditional American style décor. The spa features a Zen relaxation area and sauna. The 50-feet indoor swimming pool is also present along with a small on-site art gallery.
  8. The Hay-Adams, Washington D.C.
    800 16th St NW, Washington, DC 20006, United States
    Before Barrack Obama became US president, his family stayed here for two long weeks and the hotel is named after two successful US presidents. The hotel was founded in 1927 with the Italian beauty. The hotel also has jaw-dropping views of the White House, Lafayette Square, and St. John’s Church.
  9. The Jefferson Hotel Washington.
    1200 16th St NW, Washington, DC 20036, United States
    For the history lover, the Jefferson hotel breathes luxury and elegance. A book room filled with leather-bound volumes is like a book worm’s delight. Their on-site dining with popular pick Plume and the Greenhouse or the Quill Bar for a classic cocktail.
  10. Four Seasons Hotel Washington, DC.
    2800 Pennsylvania Ave NW, Washington, DC 20007, United States
    The globally famous hotel features 222 rooms which are greatly equipped with all the modern amenities. The dining options include Bourbon Steak created by the internationally renowned chef Michael Mine. The night spa offers an exclusive range of massages and body scrubs. Either for a romantic gateway, or taking the whole family, The Four Seasons is a perfect vacation space.
  11. Trump International Washington DC.
    1100 Pennsylvania Ave NW, Washington, DC 20004, United States
    Washington’s iconic old post office has been restored to this fantastic luxury hotel. Benjamin Bar and Lounge, a curated museum and the Spa by Ivanka Trump herself are star-studded attractions here. This hotel attracts travelers and locals alike for the chic vibe it emanates.
  12. The District by Hilton Club.
    1250 22nd St NW, Washington, DC 20037, United States
    Looking out for a quiet retreat in an urbane capital like Washington? The District is the right choice for sure. Despite having its calm, the hotel is decently located four blocks from Metro lines, attractions, dining and shopping. The hotel’s stay ensures sublime relaxation for the guest offering all the comforts possible.
  13. Mason and Rook Hotel.
    1430 Rhode Island Ave NW, Washington, DC 20005, United States
    Having a stay in the Mason and Rook Hotel is like staying in an urban friend’s most stylish home. Rich design meets breathtaking creativity here. The rooftop cocktail bar The Radiator is quite appealing with signature drinks served.
  14. The Watergate Hotel.
    2650 Virginia Ave NW, Washington, DC 20037, United States
    With amazing rooftop bars which are rated best in the USA, the Watergate boasts of contemporary stay in Washington DC. Experience the stunning views of the Potomac from here and sip handcrafted cocktails along with Mediterranean inspired dishes. The stylish restaurant Kingbird offers daily complimentary breakfast with the lavish spread.
  15. State Plaza Hotel Washington.
    2117 E St NW, Washington, DC 20037, United States
    An ideal choice for meetings and conventions, The State Plaza Hotel breathes elegance and beauty. The beautiful art décor for the rooms and suites feel like luxury city apartments. The amazingly equipped fine dining and lounge areas are perfect for a comfortable stay. Its proximity to Washington’s historic monuments such as the Lincoln Memorial, White House, and the Kennedy Center are additional attractions.

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