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Where to stay in Washington D.C. Hotel reviews, hotel pictures, and guest hotel reviews of recommended hotels in Washington, D.C.

Aloft Washington National Harbor
This smart and stylish contemporary Washington DC hotel offers Potomac views.

Churchill Hotel
A member of Historic Hotels of America, this conveniently located Washington DC hotel has a friendly staff and a European feel. Extras at this value hotel are few but thoughtful, including wireless Internet access and complimentary Evian at turndown.

Donovan House, a Thompson Hotel
A bit of retro chic, created by Studio Gaia, infuses the atmosphere at this modern luxury Washington DC hotel within walking distance of the White House. Each unique room includes custom design elements such as a chocolate leather canopy above the bed and a cocoon spiral shower.

Doubletree Washington DC
Located amidst stately brownstones, this Doubletree hotel is in one of Washington DC's finest neighborhoods. This all-suite hotel in a residential neighborhood may be better suited for families then for business travelers.

Dupont Hotel
A doorman greets guests at this recently refurbished luxury hotel in Washington DC's Embassy District. Wireless Internet is complimentary. Guests are offered 24-hour-a-day access to the fitness, business and guest-service centers.

Embassy Suites Chevy Chase Pavilion
In the same building as the metro station, this newly renovated all-suite hotel offers convenient transit to Washington DC attractions. Guests are provided with a complimentary hot breakfast daily and cocktails at the nightly manager's reception.

Embassy Suites Hotel Washington DC
A garden atrium graces this nine-story all-suite Washington DC hotel. Guests are provided with a complimentary cooked-to-order breakfast daily and a manager's reception each night.

Embassy Suites Washington-Convention Center
Located between the White House and the U.S. Capitol, this all-suite hotel is within walking distance of many major Washington DC attractions. Guests are offered complimentary cooked-to-order breakfasts each day and a manager's reception each night.

Fairfax at Embassy Row
A landmark of style and grace since 1927. This elegant Washington DC hotel in a historic building that was once a Ritz-Carlton. Pet- and kid-friendly policies, and a well-quipped fitness center.

Fairmont Washington DC
Inside are spacious guestrooms and outside, the colors of nature are found in this Washington DC hotel's central garden courtyard.

Four Seasons Hotel
The resort-style Four Seasons Fitness Club and Spa features 12,500 square feet of state-of-the-art exercise equipment, lap pool, sauna, massage, spa treatments, Private Spa Room, personal trainers, Pilates and spinning.

Grand Hyatt Washington
Twelve-story atrium-style Washington DC hotel located at Metro Center.

Hamilton Crowne Plaza
This older Washington DC hotel a few blocks from the White House boasts a multilingual staff who can handle every language from Chinese to Swahili. Renovated in 2002, the hotel is full service, including meeting space and business services.

Hay-Adams
Washington DC's most prestigious address with views overlooking the White House, Lafayette Square and St.John's Church, the "Church of the Presidents."

Homewood Suites Washington DC
The White House and the Smithsonian Institute are within walking distance of this downtown Washington DC hotel. Guests are treated to a complimentary hot breakfast daily and a welcome home buffet with beer, wine and soda Monday through Thursday.

Hotel George, a Kimpton Hotel
What's old is new again at this hip historic Washington DC hotel. Rooms are decorated with modern art and have luxury bedding, granite executive desks, marble bathrooms, leather lounges, 32-inch HDTVs and iHome radio docking stations with MP3 ports.

Hotel Helix, a Kimpton Hotel
A quirky, pop-artWashington DC hotel. This colorful Kimpton boutique hotel will catch your attention right away -- from Barbie and Ken in the lobby, to the lime green, papaya and red color scheme. The 60s-retro decor is quite whimsical and particularly appealing to the 20-something crowd.

Hotel Lombardy
Boutique Washington DC hotel with old world charm in a historic 1929 building just down Pennsylvania Avenue from the White House. Charming, old-fashioned surroundings and small but stylish guest rooms, although guests report inconsistent service from staff.

Hotel Madera, a Kimpton Hotel
This pet-friendly luxury Washington DC hotel provides dog treats as well as water and food bowls. Staff will even shop for pet supplies. Human guests are pampered with a wine reception each evening.

Hotel Monaco
Sophisticated boutique hotel in Washington DC's commercial heart, in a marble National Landmark building from the 1800s. The former Tariff Building, it is leased from the Federal Government. High ceilings, wide hallways.

Hotel Rouge, a Kimpton Hotel
True to its name, the hip Washington DC hotel is vibrantly decorated with red accents and avant-garde furnishings. Bar Rouge offers complimentary coffee every morning beginning at 6 a.m.

Jefferson Hotel
This stately Washington DC hotel four blocks from the White House is a favorite among lawyers, but caters to families with children as well.

Jurys Washington Hotel
Offers superior accommodations, a full service restaurant, one of Washington DC's most popular bars and extensive conference facilities.

JW Marriott Hotel
Upscale Washington DC convention hotel on Pennsylvania Avenue walking distance to the White House. Fairly luxurious hotel with very moderate prices.

Latham Hotel
Celebrity chef Michel Richard has created a French and Californian fusion menu in the Washington DC hotel's award-winning restaurant, Citronelle.

Liaison Capitol Hill, An Affinia Hotel
Art, including large portraits of national leaders by Randy Slack, is ever present at this luxury Washington DC hotel. Celebrity Chef Art Smith features Southern-modern cuisine at the Art and Soul restaurant and ArtBar.

Madison
This classic luxury Washington DC hotel just down the street from the White House was reinvented in 2003 as a modern hotel with traditional style.

Mandarin Oriental, Washington D.C.
Asian elegance and city views are signatures of this lavish luxury Washington DC hotel. Guestrooms provide deluxe entertainment systems, outfitted dressing areas and large marble baths with separate shower stalls and deep tubs.

Melrose Hotel
This Washington DC hotel provides a luxurious oasis in the heart of D.C.

Omni Shoreham
This quiet and classic AAA Four-Diamond grand hotel has played host to presidents, world leaders and celebrities since it was built in the 1930s.

One Washington Circle
All-suite hotel with Washington DC city view balconies and kitchens. A location next to the Foggy Bottom Metro stop makes it a very convenient choice.

Park Hyatt Washington
Designer Tony Chi help reinvent this ultra luxury Washington DC hotel combining modern styling with American folk art. Guests can take advantage of complimentary car service within the capital.

Renaissance Mayflower Hotel
This high-rise luxury Washington DC hotel in the center of the business district offers dramatic city views. Guestrooms include a minibar, work desk and marble bath.

Residence Inn Washington, DC-Capitol
Buffet breakfasts, weekday receptions, coffee in the lobby and hi-speed Internet are all complimentary at this accommodating luxury Washington DC hotel.

Ritz-Carlton, Georgetown
Guest rooms at this lavish historic-landmark Washington DC hotel harbor niceties such as DVD home theater systems and DVD/CD libraries, feather beds with down comforters, and baths including separate showers, deep tubs and water closets.

Ritz-Carlton, Washington DC
A luxury, Five-Diamond hotel in Washington, D.C.'s West End, adjacent to Georgetown.

St. Gregory Hotel & Suites
Guests are provided with daily shoe shines and newspapers at this upscale Washington DC hotel. All rooms have refrigerators and suites feature pantry kitchens.

St. Regis Washington DC
Every American president beginning with Calvin Coolidge has visited this outstanding historic Washington DC hotel, which recently underwent an extensive renovation.

Topaz Hotel, a Kimpton Hotel
An Eastern ambiance and holistic health philosophy permeates this upscale Washington DC hotel. The morning "power hour" with energy drinks is complimentary.

Washington Marriott at Metro Center
This stylish Washington DC hotel has its own Starbucks Cafe as well as a full-service restaurant, Fire & Sage.

Watergate
Gave its name to the biggest presidential scandal in American history. This luxury Washington DC hotel caters to business travelers with 10,000 sq. ft. of meeting space and a 24-hour business center. The hotel is soon to turn condo.

Willard InterContinental
From its inception in 1850, this Washington DC hotel has been a favorite choice of U.S. and international travelers.

Sofitel Lafayette Square
Bordering the White House, this downtown luxury hotel is set in a 19th century landmark. Guest rooms are styled in a updated version of Art Deco and include a marble bathroom with separate tub and glass-enclosed shower.

Hotel Palomar Washington DC, a Kimpton Hotel
This artistically designed upscale hotel is a modern version of the 1930s French Moderne style. The hotel's "living room" is where guests will find complimentary tea and coffee each morning and a wine reception each evening.

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