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SPONSORED: Originally designed and built as a residential hotel in the 1920s, it stands today as one of the most historic luxury hotels in Washington, DC.
By Elite Traveler | February 21 2020
Surrounded by unparalleled panoramic views of the White House, Lafayette Square and St. John’s Church, The Hay-Adams is at the epicenter of downtown Washington, DC’s most iconic destinations. Originally designed and built as a residential hotel in the 1920s, it stands today as one of the most historic luxury hotels in Washington, DC, with refined services and offerings that match its prestigious past. With five-star accommodations, including 124 refined guest rooms and 21 deluxe suites, exceptionally serviced event spaces for meetings and weddings, and world-class dining destinations, The Hay-Adams is a luxury hotel unlike any other.
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White House View Federal Suite
Size: 1,400 sq ft
Nightly rate from $3,349
The elegant Federal Suite can be reserved with one or two bedrooms, and includes a separate living room and two full bathrooms. French doors in the master bedroom open onto a private balcony overlooking the White House. The spacious corner living room features a large dining table, comfortable seating for meetings and entertaining, and panoramic views of the White House, Lafayette Park and St. John’s Church.
More than just a hotel, The Hay-Adams is a downtown destination recognized as one of the nation’s capital’s top choices for fine dining and elegant entertainment near the White House and the National Mall. With a long-standing reputation as the go-to place for elegant repasts in Washington, DC, the sophisticated ambience of The Lafayette creates the perfect backdrop for business meals, family gatherings and special occasions.
Locally, the Off the Record lounge is known as downtown Washington, DC’s best “place to be seen and not heard.” Festooned with caricatures of the city’s political elite both past and present, the lounge is a popular place for Washingtonians and guests of the hotel to relax. The upscale bar also serves an inspired menu and superb wine selection. Red velvet chairs and dim lights set the mood.
– Forbes Four Stars
– Travel & Leisure Magazine’s World’s Best Awards 2018
– Condé Nast Traveler Readers’ Choice Awards 2018
– Brides Magazine Best Wedding Venues 2018