Washington D.C. needs no introduction. Most famously known as the capital of the United States, D.C. is much more than just government and politics. People from all across the world flock to our nation’s capital to visit the renowned museums and iconic landmarks, but beyond that there is an abundance of activities for every type of person. Shift your focus from memorials, museums, and the National Mall, to hip markets and breweries, state-of-the-art music venues, and a booming dining scene. Many may be surprised that outside of the city, D.C. has hikes and views that will make your jaw drop (fall foliage and waterfalls). History, food, and culture lovers unite for the love of the city that holds so much of our nation’s history.
Georgetown Neighborhood. The most charming neighborhood with cobblestone streets and beautiful architecture. Walk along the C&O Canal or grab a cupcake!
Eastern Market. A National Historic Landmark loved by locals. An elevated Farmers’ Market that you can easily get lost in — from stalls of fresh produce, cheese, and baked goods.
Rock Creek Park. A stunning urban retreat sprawling across 1,754 acres of public land. The Park is home to a planetarium, the Smithsonian National Zoo, historic forts, and more. There is something for everyone!
Located in downtown D.C., Conrad Washington DC is an urban oasis of contemporary design and modern luxury. With stunning views of the city from every room, this luxury hotel is adjacent to premier shopping, dining at CityCenter D.C., and key Metro lines.
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The Ritz Carlton Georgetown is a boutique luxury hotel two miles from the downtown district. The hotel dates back to the 1930s with a historic chimney stack being its crowning jewel. This hotel emulates romance from the warmth of the fire to the cocktails at the bar.
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The St. Regis Washington D.C. is a historic five-star hotel in the city’s colorful downtown district. The hotel is infamous for its Italian Renaissance style weaved throughout the lobby and rooms. Just steps away from the White House, The St. Regis Washington D.C. is a perfect central spot for exploring.
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The Willard InterContinental, Washington D.C. is a highly celebrated historic hotel in D.C. coined the “Residence of the Presidents.” This luxury hotel is close in proximity to Capitol Hill and the White House and guests will remember its cherished traditions long after leaving.
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