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Top 4 Boutique Hotels in Washington D.C. 

Traveling to see the Capitol? After crossing off your bucket list with The 26 Best Things to Do in Washington, D.C. rest your head in comfortable style at an avant-garde hotel that celebrates our nation’s unique history and culture.  

Located in the middle of the action, the below hotels are all luxurious, historic hotels in Washington D.C. Each hotel is also outfitted with the WorldVue in-room entertainment package. Our technology ensures guests feel right at home with their favorite movies and television programs.  

Create Monumental Memories at Melrose Georgetown Hotel 

Stay right on Pennsylvania Avenue at the Melrose Georgetown Hotel to experience all that Washington D.C. has to offer. This is one of the best boutique hotels in Washington D.C.! Where traditional meets contemporary, this boutique hotel is the perfect stay to tour the city or for a relaxing staycation. Each room provides plush pillows, fine linens, and a 37-inch flat-screen TV with the WorldVue Entertainment HUB™.  

Live Like Royalty – Churchill Hotel Near Embassy Row 

Step Into The 18th Century at the Churchill Hotel Near Embassy Row. A distinguished member of the Historic Hotels of America National Trust, The Churchill Hotel Near Embassy Row was once home to a long list of diplomats, dignitaries, and politicians.  

“Discover the character and charm of the elegant The Churchill Hotel Near Embassy Row, a historic landmark hotel originally built in 1906 as an upscale luxury apartment house in the Beaux-Arts style. The nine-story structure is perfectly symmetrical and framed in bold, sculptural stone decorations and features arched windows and a flat roof, all principal characteristics of Beaux-Arts architecture.”

– Historic Hotels of America

Mixing historic, beautifully furnished rooms and modern décor, the Churchill Hotel marries modern luxury with historic charm, making it a top boutique hotel in Washington D.C. The interior contains the sophisticated elegance of calming hues of slate grey and royal purple. The Churchill Hotel Near Embassy Row is the perfect place to stay connected with the WorldVue Circuit by Lumen. 

This intimate, European-style upscale hotel is convenient to Dupont Circle, the Phillips Collection, and the National Zoo, and it is just minutes from the National Mall, Smithsonian museums, and The White House. 

In The Heart of Capitol Hill – Phoenix Park Hotel  

The Pheonix Park Hotel is the perfect mix of luxury and comfort, with authentic 1920s design and contemporary finishes. The Phoenix Park Hotel is recognized by the Historic Hotels of America National Trust.  

“Distinguished guests have included President Bill Clinton, Senator Ted Kennedy, and Speakers of the House Thomas P. “Tip” O’Neill and Paul Ryan. O’Neill even chose the Phoenix Park as the site of his 80th birthday celebration. On St. Patrick’s Day in 2012, President Barack Obama dropped in for a surprise visit to the Dubliner, an event now commemorated with a plaque on the pub’s wall.”

– Historic Hotels of America

Located just steps away from Union Station and the U.S. Capitol, the Phoenix Park Hotel is in the center of Washington D.C. but can make guests feel right at home, relaxing with in-room entertainment by WorldVue. 

Take some time to stop by The Dubliner – Irish Pub & Restaurant. Enjoy the world-famous Fish & Chips and the authentic Irish Beef Stew in The Dubliner Irish Pub & Restaurant located in the Phoenix Park Hotel. Enjoy a pint of Guinness or the exclusive Auld Dubliner Amber Ale while enjoying live Irish music, which is a Dubliner tradition that the president of Ireland and President Obama took part in on St. Patrick’s Day. 

Treat Yourself – The Darcy 

If you’re looking for a once-in-a-lifetime trip to Washington D.C., The Darcy is the perfect place to stay. The Darcy is designed to delight and accommodate the modern traveler. Featuring sophisticated charm, The Darcy is one of the most celebrated boutique hotels in Washington D.C.  

Treat yourself to a refined retreat just steps from Scott Circle. Complete with three on-site eateries, there is more than 10,000 square feet of flexible indoor and outdoor meeting and event space.