Art, Politics & Music in Washington DC

The heart of American politics and the backdrop for many-a-historical events, Washington DC is one of America’s finest and most exciting cities to visit. While it may not have the Vegas lights or Florida beaches, the city is home to some of the most artistic and cultural extravagances in the world. Occupying oneself when in Washington DC is an easy thing to do. The city hosts world-famous concerts and festivals, which offer visitors wonderful multi-cultural experiences. Then there are the beautiful Boutique Hotels in Washington DC. Just step into one of them and you’ll lose yourself to the ethereal and sensory world of luxury.

Top 7 Results for Boutique Hotels in Washington DC

— Washington DC, United States Of America

(Rated 9.3, 185 reviews)
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Featuring a location overlooking the White House, this historic Washington, D.C. hotel offers gourmet on-site dining options and easy access to major ...

— Washington DC, United States Of America

(Rated 9.2, 185 reviews)
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Located in the heart of Washington, D.C., this boutique hotel features a full-service spa and on-site dining. Tributes to Thomas Jefferson, including ...

— Washington DC, United States Of America

(Rated 9.2, 1 reviews)
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One of our top picks in Washington, D.C. – and a guest favorite. AKA White House is centrally located in the Washington, D.C. city center, 1.2 mi fr ...

— Washington DC, United States Of America

(Rated 9.1, 1 reviews)
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One of our top picks in Washington, D.C..Housed in an historic, 19th-century Victorian Mansion, the Morrison Clark Inn is a full service hotel listed ...

— Washington DC, United States Of America

(Rated 8.9, 111 reviews)
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One of our best sellers in Alexandria! Located in Alexandria, Virginia, 6 minutes' drive from Old Town, this hotel features on-site dining and spa ser ...

— Washington DC, United States Of America

(Rated 8.9, 707 reviews)
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Housed in a neoclassical 20th century church in Adams Morgan, LINE DC features 60-foot vaulted ceilings, millwork, brass detailing, and large copper e ...

— Washington DC, United States Of America

(Rated 8.9, 249 reviews)
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One of our best sellers in Washington, D.C.! Featuring free WiFi throughout the property, The Avery Georgetown is set in Washington, 2,300 feet from T ...

Getting to Washington DC

There are multiple flights that travel to Washington DC:
  • Travelers within America can use any airline to travel to Washington DC. American, Delta, Spirit, Southwest and United are a few.
  • If you’re traveling from London, you have a pick of British Airways, Virgin Atlantic, Lufthansa, United, WOW Air and more.
  • Delta, Brussels Airways, Air France and Lufthansa are some of the flights that operate from Paris, Italy, Brussels and the rest of Europe.
  • Emirates, Air India, Cathay Pacific, Srilankan Airlines, Turkish Airlines and Delta are a few of the providers who operate out of the Middle East and South Asia.
  • Layover times can vary between 2 hours and 20 hours, depending on the airline you choose. Travel time varies between 7 hours and 18 hours, depending on the place of departure.

Must-visit places when in Washington DC

  • White House
  • Lincoln memorial
  • National Archives Museum
  • The Smithsonian Museum
  • National Gallery of Art
  • The Pentagon
  • Old Town Alexandria
  • Capitol Hill
  • National Mall
  • Spy Museum
  • Changing of the Guard at Arlington National Cemetery
  • National Portrait Gallery
  • Holocaust Museum
  • National Cathedral
  • Bureau of Engraving and Printing
  • The Jefferson (one of the best Boutique in Hotels in Washington DC)

How to get around Washington DC?

There is great connectivity from both the Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport  and the Washington Dulles International Airport to the heart of the city. You can use the Hop-on-Hop-off buses to get to your Boutique Hotel in Washington DC. The metrobus and DC Circulator come very 5-10 minutes and you can take them until the late hours of the night. It’s best to travel between 9:30 AM & 4:00 PM or any time after 7:00 PM, to avoid rush hour traffic and to pay minimal fares. Tourists can also take the metrorail, which is the Washington DC subway system. The metrorail is fast and efficient and runs throughout the day into the wee hours of next morning. Some of the Boutique Hotel in Washington DC have a subway gate right at their entrance. Temporary fare cards are available for purchase. The Georgetown Metro Connection is also a great option to travel across Georgetown, specifically to Dupont Circle and Rosslyn, Virginia Metro Stations. Do you want to get more information about Washington's hot spots? Check out the great travel guide below!