Luxe DC properties earn exclusive awards and accolades, like a Mobil five-star rating, AAA four-diamond ratings and inclusion on Condé Nast Traveler’s Gold List and Travel + Leisure’s Top 500. Some of our top picks:
The Fairmont Washington, D.C., Georgetown, whose Fairmont Gold is an urban oasis for those who desire exclusivity, privacy, pampering and extraordinary service.
Four Seasons Hotel, the city’s first Mobil Five-Star, AAA Five-Diamond Hotel.
Hay-Adams Hotel, which has received the award for the most excellent service in the Americas by Condé Nast Johansens and was ranked the No. 1 Hotel in Washington, DC, in Travel + Leisure's list of the world's 500 best hotels.
The Mandarin Oriental, Washington, DC, recognized as the world’s top hotel for business travelers by Institutional Investor.
The Park Hyatt Washington, which boasts a sophisticated design by Tony Chi.
The Ritz-Carlton Georgetown, a AAA Five-Diamond hotel, built on the site of Georgetown’s historic incinerator building.
The Ritz-Carlton Washington, DC, a AAA Five-Diamond hotel in DC’s dynamic West End.
The St. Regis, Washington, DC, which boasts a round-the-clock “Butler on Call” on its list of services.
Sofitel Washington DC Lafayette Square, a Condé Nast Gold List member nestled in a historic building constructed in 1880, just steps from The White House.
The Willard InterContinental Washington, a historic treasure trove and historic landmark hotel that has served as a major force in the social and political life of DC.