Category: Washington DC

10 Restaurants With Arts and Smarts

Tired of eating in the chains? Checking Yelp? Chasing down the Michelins? Here are ten restaurants and cafés in some of the most interesting, creative and unexpected spaces and places from New York to London, D.C. to Miami. Venues range from high-end cafeteria to two Michelin star affairs, all drawing inspiration from their unique settings. Get ready to feed your […]

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Last Minute Gifts: Magellan Luxury Hotels E-Gift Cards

With just a few days until Christmas, you may have a few more gifts to buy for people on your list. And isn’t the gift of luxury travel one of the finest presents you can offer?

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Rooftop Beekeeping at Fairmont Hotels

Think of it as a hotel within a hotel. On more than 20 Fairmont hotel rooftops, beekeepers dote year-round on apiaries and bee hotels. A queen and her honeybee minions populate the hives, while pollinators, wild mason bees, take refuge in bee hotels, structures stuffed with natural materials riddled with small holes to mimic the nooks and crannies they love. While honeybees primarily collect [...]
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Savile Row Comes to The Jefferson DC

London’s famed Savile Row comes to The Jefferson DC for two weekends of bespoke tailoring consultations with Kathryn Sargent.

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The Best Spring House Tours for 2016

When spring arrives so arrives the glorious season of the house and garden tour. We are no longer tethered to two-dimensional images in magazines or on Pinterest; we are elevated from bystander to participant, able to enter the private spaces that are normally out of our reach. And others benefit from our robust curiosity: proceeds […]

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The Politics of Drinking in Washington, DC

There are three things you could use when you go drinking in D.C. and want to blend in: a power suit, a photographic memory of who’s who on the political scene, and a generous helping of discretion. Visit any of these three historic and upscale hotel bars, all a stone’s throw from the White House, […]

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FotoWeek DC – a lens into the world

Since 2008, the best and brightest photographers from Washington, D.C. and beyond have been on display throughout the city via FotoWeek DC. The week-long festival runs from November 7-15 this year, and offers visitors the chance to experience an incredible number of themed exhibitions in a wide range of spaces throughout the city. The festivities […]

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More-than-memorable museums

Every great city has its venues for high culture — museums, art galleries, private collections, public spaces, parks, and theaters. But if you’re feeling a little burned out by the regular tourist attractions, consider seeking out something a little more… colorful. Here are three of our favorite off-the-beaten-track museums for the next time you decide […]

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Celebrate Memorial Day in the Capital

Every year on the last Monday in May, Americans remember the men and women who have died while serving in the United States Armed Forces. This year, why not mark Memorial Day, May 26, by seeing some of Washington’s most notable sights for yourself? Lincoln Memorial Located on the National Mall, the Lincoln Memorial is […]

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Spring Festival in Bloom

If this year’s winter deep-freeze put you down in the dumps and has you itching for spring, the National Cherry Blossom Festival in Washington, D.C. is the perfect event to get you feeling good about the season to come. Taking place from March 20 – April 13, the festival celebrates the coming of spring in […]

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