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With centuries of history and iconic landmarks, plus festivals, museums, restaurants, and more to see and do, DC attracts around 20 million visitors a year—with a roster of hotels to match. Planning a trip? Here are 39 of the best hotels in Washington, DC.
CitizenM Washington DC Capitol and CitizenM Washington NoMa
This boutique hotel chain—started in Amsterdam—offers “affordable luxury” with two DC locations: Capitol Hill (pictured above left) and NoMa (above right). The high-tech hotels allow guests to do everything from an app: check in, open doors, order food and drink (available 24 hours in the lobby), arrange housekeeping. even control special mood lighting in each room. All guest rooms are designed for a max of two adults with one wall-to-wall “XL” king-sized bed, wall-to-wall windows, blackout blinds, a rain shower, and more. The Capitol Hill outpost also has a rooftop bar. CitizenM Capitol Hill, 550 School St., SW; CitizenM NoMa; 1222 1st St., NE.
Conrad Washington DC
The Conrad is located downtown at CityCenterDC. The 10-floor, 360-room Hilton-brand hotel has a seafood-centric restaurant called Estuary on the third floor, plus a rooftop bar that’s open seasonally. Conrad Washington DC, 950 New York Ave., NW; 202-844-5900.
This modern boutique hotel between Dupont Circle and 14th Street/Logan Circle has 226 rooms and suites, plus a restaurant (Gerrard Street Kitchen), a coffee shop (Bluestone Lane), and room service. Pets under 75 pounds can stay fee-free. The Darcy, 1515 Rhode Island Ave., NW; 844-489-9661.
The Dupont Circle Hotel
Situated right on Dupont Circle, this Doyle Collection hotel offers a 24-hour gym plus three dining options: a bar and lounge called Doyle, an ultra-chic restaurant called the Pembroke, and a shop for coffee and homemade pastries called Doyle & Co.—and room service. The Dupont Circle Hotel, 1500 New Hampshire Ave. NW; 202-483-6000.
This pet-friendly boutique hotel strives to be much “more than a hotel,” with co-working space, plus a calendar