Grab your girls and check into the Tony Chi-designed Park Hyatt. Sit a spell and spoil yourselves with rare vintage tea selections in the Tea Cellar or head straight upstairs to relax in the spa-inspired bathrooms.
First thing on the agenda: boutique-hopping in Georgetown. Discover emerging local and national designers at independent boutiques like Hu's Shoes and Hu's Wear. The DC outposts of well-known retailers like Tory Burch, Massino Dutti, Frye and Kate Spade are clustered around M Street and Wisconsin Avenue.
When your arms are full of shopping bags, head to Dupont Circle to bond over beautiful art at The Phillips Collection. In the museum’s permanent collection you’ll find works by women artists including Georgia O’Keeffe, Elizabeth Murray and Susan Rothenberg.
Enjoy dinner at the Park Hyatt’s award-winning Blue Duck Tavern (Featured in “101 Best Hotel Restaurants Around the World" by The Daily Meal in 2014) and keep your eyes peeled for celebrities.
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