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2650 Virginia Avenue NW, Washington

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923 16th and K Streets N.W., Washington

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3100 South Street N.W., Washington

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The Jefferson Washington DC

1200 16th Street N.W., Washington

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Rosewood Washington DC

1050 31st Street, Washington

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Mandarin Oriental, Washington DC

1330 Maryland Avenue S.W., Washington

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800 16th Street, Washington

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Four Seasons Washington, DC

2800 Pennsylvania Avenue N.W., Washington

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Arlington, Virginia is just a stone’s throw from Washington, DC It is the headquarters of many of the most powerful and secretive governmental departments and agencies in the United States. Named the wealthiest and most highly educated community in the U.S., it’s no wonder the Pentagon, Department of Defense, Defense Intelligence Agency and many other federal offices are found in this county.
Capitol Hill brims with power, ambition, and history in the heart of DC Named after the iconic building it encircles, Capitol Hill is within walking distance to DC’s most famous attractions including the U.S. Capitol, the Library of Congress and the Supreme Court. Along with the significant government attractions are cultural offerings, unique dining options and Union Station.
Downtown is DC’s business center and home to the most famous address in the United States. In addition to its close proximity to the White House, Downtown DC also an ideal base from which to explore the Washington Monument, Smithsonian museums and the National Mall.
Arguably DC’s most vibrant neighborhood, Dupont Circle buzzes with an unrivalled energy. With a somewhat bohemian atmosphere, there is a gallery, shop, restaurant or nightclub at every turn. This charming district is also home to the impressive mansions on Embassy Row.
Foggy Bottom is a quieter option for visitors looking to retreat from the vibrancy of the nation’s capital. Foggy Bottom is home to cultural icons like the Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts, the Watergate complex, and government headquarters such as the State Department.

Bordering the Potomac River, Georgetown is one of the most alluring areas in the city. With cobblestone streets, bright brick row houses and historical significance, Georgetown also boasts great bars, restaurants and shopping. Home to George Washington University and Georgetown University, several notable habitants also reside in this beautiful neighborhood.

Due to its close proximity to DC, McLean, Virginia is home to many members of congress, diplomats and government officials. In addition to posh residential neighborhoods, McLean is known for Tysons Corner Center and Tysons Galleria, the two largest shopping malls in the Washington area.
Located in downtown DC, Penn Quarter is a largely business-focused district. Full of shops and restaurants, Penn Quarter is also the area where sports fans will find the Verizon Center. It’s a popular tourist spot due to its close proximity to the National Mall and numerous other attractions.
A different side to DC can be found in the majestic surroundings of Rock Creek Park. This large urban area features stunning park facilities. Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, Rock Creek Park offers recreational enjoyment in the form of a golf course, tennis stadium, and several equestrian trails. Cultural offerings include exhibits, an outdoor concert venue and more.

It’s the heart of government, the place America’s movers and shakers convene — Washington.

A visit to the capitol area means the chance to tour the area’s many iconic buildings, statues and monuments. For political junkies, 1600 Pennsylvania Ave. is destination number one — the White House. Then there’s the National Mall, the Washington Monument, the Lincoln Memorial, the Capitol building, the U.S. Supreme Court and so much more. So much of America’s pivotal historical moments have ties to these impressive structures.

For a more introspective moment, the Vietnam Veterans Memorial offers a quiet but highly moving experience as visitors peruse the 58,000 names inscribed on the monolithic monument.

Washington is home to plenty of museums, galleries and exhibitions of all types. The National Air and Space Museum is home to the largest collection of spacecraft and aircraft in the world, featuring iconic exhibits such as the Wright brothers’ plane, the Apollo 11 command vessel, Lindbergh’s The Spirit of St. Louis as well as a number of Second World War aircraft.

Hosting dignitaries tends to make one hungry, and Washington’s diverse dining scene continues to serve up incredible fare worthy of world leaders.

It’s the heart of government, the place America’s movers and shakers convene — Washington.

A visit to the capitol area means the chance to tour the area’s many iconic buildings, statues and monuments. For political junkies, 1600 Pennsylvania Ave. is destination number one — the White House. Then there’s the National Mall, the Washington Monument, the Lincoln Memorial, the Capitol building, the U.S. Supreme Court and so much more. So much of America’s pivotal historical moments have ties to these impressive structures.

For a more introspective moment, the Vietnam Veterans Memorial offers a quiet but highly moving experience as visitors peruse the 58,000 names inscribed on the monolithic monument.

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The Watergate Hotel

2650 Virginia Avenue NW, Washington

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The St. Regis Washington, DC

923 16th and K Streets N.W., Washington

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The Ritz-Carlton, Georgetown

3100 South Street N.W., Washington

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The Jefferson Washington DC

1200 16th Street N.W., Washington

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Rosewood Washington DC

1050 31st Street, Washington

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Mandarin Oriental, Washington DC

1330 Maryland Avenue S.W., Washington

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Hay-Adams Hotel

800 16th Street, Washington

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Four Seasons Washington, DC

2800 Pennsylvania Avenue N.W., Washington

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Arlington, Virginia is just a stone’s throw from Washington, DC It is the headquarters of many of the most powerful and secretive governmental departments and agencies in the United States. Named the wealthiest and most highly educated community in the U.S., it’s no wonder the Pentagon, Department of Defense, Defense Intelligence Agency and many other federal offices are found in this county.
Capitol Hill brims with power, ambition, and history in the heart of DC Named after the iconic building it encircles, Capitol Hill is within walking distance to DC’s most famous attractions including the U.S. Capitol, the Library of Congress and the Supreme Court. Along with the significant government attractions are cultural offerings, unique dining options and Union Station.
Downtown is DC’s business center and home to the most famous address in the United States. In addition to its close proximity to the White House, Downtown DC also an ideal base from which to explore the Washington Monument, Smithsonian museums and the National Mall.
Arguably DC’s most vibrant neighborhood, Dupont Circle buzzes with an unrivalled energy. With a somewhat bohemian atmosphere, there is a gallery, shop, restaurant or nightclub at every turn. This charming district is also home to the impressive mansions on Embassy Row.
Foggy Bottom is a quieter option for visitors looking to retreat from the vibrancy of the nation’s capital. Foggy Bottom is home to cultural icons like the Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts, the Watergate complex, and government headquarters such as the State Department.

Bordering the Potomac River, Georgetown is one of the most alluring areas in the city. With cobblestone streets, bright brick row houses and historical significance, Georgetown also boasts great bars, restaurants and shopping. Home to George Washington University and Georgetown University, several notable habitants also reside in this beautiful neighborhood.

Due to its close proximity to DC, McLean, Virginia is home to many members of congress, diplomats and government officials. In addition to posh residential neighborhoods, McLean is known for Tysons Corner Center and Tysons Galleria, the two largest shopping malls in the Washington area.
Located in downtown DC, Penn Quarter is a largely business-focused district. Full of shops and restaurants, Penn Quarter is also the area where sports fans will find the Verizon Center. It’s a popular tourist spot due to its close proximity to the National Mall and numerous other attractions.
A different side to DC can be found in the majestic surroundings of Rock Creek Park. This large urban area features stunning park facilities. Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, Rock Creek Park offers recreational enjoyment in the form of a golf course, tennis stadium, and several equestrian trails. Cultural offerings include exhibits, an outdoor concert venue and more.
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