Washington DC

The Jefferson Hotel, Washington, DC

The Jefferson, Washington, DC is a Beaux-Arts jewel that offers the ultimate boutique hotel experience. This award-winning luxury property has a unique character and rich history. Offering impeccable service, and opulent amenities, The Jefferson creates an atmosphere of pure elegance that will suit even the most discerning traveler

Mandarin Oriental, Washington D.C.

With stunning views and total luxury, Mandarin Oriental, Washington DC is a new level of comfort, in the heart of the nation’s capital. When you stay at Mandarin Oriental, Washington DC, it’s hard not to feel a little bit, well, presidential. Maybe it’s the location, or the easy walk to the White House, or perhaps it’s the stunning views from each guest suite. Either way, you’ll be referring to your car as Airforce 1 in no time.

Visit Washington DC

Washington, D.C. is of course the capital of the United States and thus, home to a magnitude of sights related to the federal government. But it is also a cultural center offering amazing museums and entertainment. A visit to Washington, D.C. should definitely include a stop on Capitol Hill where you can find the United States Capitol, the US Supreme Court, and the Library of Congress, all three of which call magnificent buildings their home.

Hotel Palomar Washington DC

The Hotel Palomar Washington DC stands within one block of Dupont Circle, Embassy Row, and the Phillips Gallery. Access to the Washington Metro is less than two blocks from the hotel. The Smithsonian Museums are located within two miles, and Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport is five miles away. The Hotel Palomar Washington DC features on-site beauty services, massage treatments, and fitness equipment.

The seat of American government Washington District of Columbia

The seat of American government is also a beautiful city, a celebration in marble and stone of the ideals on which democracy was founded. Though laid out roughly according to the original 1791 plan by French military engineer Pierre-Charles L’Enfant, the city has changed considerably over the years. Even its centrepiece National Mall—a majestic two-mile greensward running west from the Capitol Building, lined with some of the nation’s most important monuments and civic and cultural institutions—didn’t assume its current form until the early 20th century

The United States Capitol See where history is made

Located at the east end of the National Mall, the Capitol Building was one of the first structures conceived by city planner Pierre L’Enfant, who noted that Jenkins Hill, which rose 88 feet above the level of the Potomac, was “a pedestal waiting for a monument”. Picking the location was easy, but building the monument …

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