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The Jefferson, Washington DC

The Jefferson, Washington DC Rating: 5.0 Pearls

After a massive renovation in 2009, this boutique reopened, and regained its place among DC's elite hotels. It's not as famous as the Hay-Adams, but its subtle blend of technology (TVs embedded in bathroom mirrors; electronic housekeeping buttons) and colonial charms (intimate library, working dumbwaiter) are second to none. All that's missing is T.J. himself. (Oh wait, no. Here he is. ... )
The Hay-Adams

The Hay-Adams Rating: 5.0 Pearls

Quite possibly the most famous hotel in the capital, and deservedly so. The Hay-Adams draws powerbrokers from around the world with its impeccable service, great bar and restaurant, and elegant rooms, some of which overlook its famous next-door neighbor. P.S. It's where the Obamas stayed before the inauguration (if it's good enough for the President ... ).
The Ritz-Carlton Georgetown

The Ritz-Carlton Georgetown Rating: 4.5 Pearls

Forget gilded mirrors. The 86-room Ritz-Carlton Georgetown, housed in an historic industrial building, has the original brick and steel beams and a cozy slate fireplace in the lobby. But its aesthetic allure drops off from there. Service is excellent and its central Georgetown location is superb, but rooms are dull and the gym is disappointingly small.
Donovan House

Donovan House Rating: 4.0 Pearls

The Donovan House is a sleek offering that's helping define Obama-era D.C. cool along with hip counterparts like the W and the Dupont Hotel. From its dark-purple-and-white color scheme, to its pod-shaped "cocoon" showers, to its mod lobby, and rowdy rooftop pool parties, the Donovan House offers a sexy night in the nation's capital.
Hotel Monaco Washington D.C.

Hotel Monaco Washington D.C. Rating: 4.0 Pearls

With many bold decorative touches, most notably a dramatic setting in a landmarked Penn Quarter building, this is certainly a flashy Kimpton Hotels property, with a great location and a well-regarded restaurant. Too bad the service and rooms fall short.
W Washington DC

W Washington DC Rating: 4.0 Pearls

The gorgeous, 317-room W Washington D.C. opened in July 2009, taking over the historic Hotel Washington's 1917 Beaux Arts building. But blending the new -- fusion cuisine from Jean-Georges Vongerichten; a fashionable rooftop bar; a great spa and gym; Whatever/Whenever service -- with the old -- small guest rooms; no pool; desolate location (come evening) -- has its trade-offs.
The Henley Park Hotel

The Henley Park Hotel Rating: 3.5 Pearls

Built in 1918, this well-preserved downtown property features charming old-world decor, a classy lounge bar, and a full-service restaurant. Most of Henley Park’s 96 rooms are on the small side and have only one bed -- making it a poor choice for families. The similarly priced Eldon Luxury Suites, one block away, has much larger rooms but lacks the historic allure of Henley Park. Most of Washington’s famous monuments and museums are less than 10 minutes away by taxi.
Hotel Lombardy

Hotel Lombardy Rating: 3.5 Pearls

Built in the 1920s, this historic property features a mix of oriental and old-world decor. Property features include a stylish lounge bar, a mirrored fitness center, and a well-regarded restaurant. The 140 rooms have plush down bedding, and most have wet bars. A charming atmosphere and central location in the Foggy Bottom business district -- walking distance from the White House, National Mall, and two subway stations -- make Hotel Lombardy a great value for the area.
Hotel Rouge, a Kimpton Hotel

Hotel Rouge, a Kimpton Hotel Rating: 3.5 Pearls

This upper-middle-range property is a few blocks from Dupont Circle, one of the city’s most vibrant neighborhoods. With edgy modern design throughout the property and rooms featuring bunk beds, Xboxes, and animal print bathrobes, Hotel Rouge is easily one of the more fun-spirited and family-friendly hotels in D.C. (though couples and business travelers are equally welcome here). Highlights include large, sexy rooms; in-room spa treatments, and nightly wine hours. There are slightly cheaper hotels in the heart of Dupont Circle, but the Rouge delivers more style and perks than most of its competitors. However, visitors interested in seeing Washington's major attractions may want to consider a hotel closer to the National Mall.
Topaz, a Kimpton Hotel

Topaz, a Kimpton Hotel Rating: 3.5 Pearls

This upper-middle-range property is a block from the center of Dupont Circle, one of the city’s most vibrant neighborhoods. Spacious rooms, funky modern style, and freebies like daily wine, loaner bicycles, and Wi-Fi make Topaz a good value for the area -- depending on when you book. As the oldest Kimpton property in the city, this 99-room hotel lacks some of the luster (and amenities) of Hotel Palomar and Hotel Rouge -- two similarly priced Kimpton properties in the neighborhood.

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