Dupont Circle Hotels

    10 Hotels Found
    1. Omni Shoreham Hotel

      Omni Shoreham Hotel

      Dupont Circle, Washington, D.C., United States
      • Business
      • Historic
      • Kid-Friendly
      For the most part, the Shoreham is a hulking, fairly bland-looking 834-room convention-focused business hotel. But there's more to this historic hotel. Evening turndowns; a beautiful outdoor pool; a great gym; a quaint but still convenient location just north of Dupont Circle; a haunted room on the 8th…
    2. The Carlyle Suites Hotel

      The Carlyle Suites Hotel

      Dupont Circle, Washington, D.C., United States
      • Kid-Friendly
      • Value
      Located steps from Dupont Circle, the Carlyle Suites Hotel is set in a handsome Art Deco building with 170 large studio suites that include kitchenettes, a fitness center and a business center. Despite its charm and prime location -- it's a largely unknown D.C. jewel.
    3. The Dupont Circle Hotel

      The Dupont Circle Hotel

      Dupont Circle, Washington, D.C., United States
      • Business
      • Luxury
      • Party
      • Romantic
      • Value
      Despite its modest 1940s-era exterior, the Dupont Circle Hotel is in the vanguard of modern design among D.C. hotels after a yearlong, top-to-bottom renovation. Handsome, well-appointed rooms are the real highlight, but solid service, a popular local bar scene, excellent Cafe Dupont, and a prime Dupont…
    4. Hotel Palomar DC

      Hotel Palomar DC

      Dupont Circle, Washington, D.C., United States
      • Boutique
      • Party
      • Romantic
      Fun boutique flair, at a fair price. The 335-room Hotel Palomar has an outdoor pool, a lively bar and restaurant, and a great location near the Metro subway station and the nightlife of Dupont Circle. And being a Kimpton hotel, it has great perks -- free wine hour; free Wi-Fi; pet pampering; great beds…
    5. Hotel Madera

      Hotel Madera

      Dupont Circle, Washington, D.C., United States
      • Boutique
      • Value
      THIS HOTEL HAS UNDERGONE RENOVATIONS SINCE OUR VISIT. WE WILL UPDATE OUR REVIEW AS SOON AS WE CAN. This 82-room boutique may lack amenities -- there's no on-site fitness center and not much of a business center-- but the can-do staff, up-to-date guest quarters, jewel of a restaurant, and vibrant neighborhood…
    6. The Fairfax at Embassy Row, Washington, D.C.

      The Fairfax at Embassy Row, Washington, D.C.

      Dupont Circle, Washington, D.C., United States
      • Business
      • Historic
      • Luxury
      • Romantic
      Built in 1927 and changed in 2008 from a Westin to a Starwood Luxury Collection property, the historic, 259-room Fairfax has an ideal location -- near great dining and nightlife, but still quiet and close to the sights. Guest rooms, though small, are comfortable, the service is superb, and the features…
    7. Washington Hilton

      Washington Hilton

      Dupont Circle, Washington, D.C., United States
      • Business
      • Kid-Friendly
      Located uphill from Dupont Circle, farther from the monuments but closer to the D.C. nightlife, this massive, 1,070-room convention-focused Hilton became a great hotel -- outdoor pool, modern rooms, health club -- after it finished its $140 million renovation in 2010.
    8. Washington Marriott Wardman Park

      Washington Marriott Wardman Park

      Dupont Circle, Washington, D.C., United States
      • Business
      • Historic
      • Kid-Friendly
      Tucked away in a leafy residential neighborhood near the National Zoo, D.C.'s biggest hotel is a blur of conventioneers -- huge meetings are its bread and butter. The Washington Marriott Wardman has lovely grounds, a decent fitness center, and pleasant common areas; but in this price range, leisure travelers…
    9. St. Gregory Hotel And Suites

      St. Gregory Hotel And Suites

      Dupont Circle, Washington, D.C., United States
      • Business
      • Kid-Friendly
      Its life-size Marilyn Monroe statue in the lobby is hot (the way some like it), but the 154 guest rooms in this Dupont Circle hotel feel more outdated business hotel than funky boutique. But as the rooms (two-room suites, mostly) are much bigger than average, it's a passable choice for longer stays.
    10. The Embassy Row Hotel

      The Embassy Row Hotel

      Dupont Circle, Washington, D.C., United States
      • Business
      Situated in the heart of Embassy Row, this 231-room hotel attracts an international crowd. The rooms are small and in need of a face-lift and the fitness center is behind the times. But for business travelers, the location and the hotel's numerous meeting rooms way out the cons.

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