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The Dupont Circle Hotel

The Dupont Circle Hotel Rating: 4.0 Pearls

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 Circle location complete the substance behind its style.
Embassy Suites Chevy Chase Pavilion

Embassy Suites Chevy Chase Pavilion Rating: 3.5 Pearls

Tucked inside a shopping mall on the Northwest edge of D.C., this all-suite hotel is a convenient choice for visitors who want to relax, shop, or do business in the area -- but its out-of-the-way location isn’t ideal for sightseeing. Highlights include spacious suites, a modern fitness center, indoor pool, and a restaurant and bar overlooking the mall. Large, family-friendly rooms and freebies like hot buffet breakfasts make this Embassy Suites a solid value for D.C., but beware of daily parking and Wi-Fi fees.
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.
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.
Washington Plaza Hotel

Washington Plaza Hotel Rating: 3.5 Pearls

Renovated in 2010, this 1960s hotel has great rooms, one of the city's best outdoor pools, a distinctive retro lobby, and a convenient central location. For vacationing families, sightseers, or business travelers tired of D.C.'s many cookie-cutter Marriotts and Hiltons, the Washington Plaza is one of the best values in town.
The Eldon Luxury Suites

The Eldon Luxury Suites Rating: 3.5 Pearls

This upper-middle-range hotel has 50 large, apartment-style suites that were fully renovated in 2009. Modern kitchens and contemporary furnishings make Eldon a comfortable choice in downtown D.C., but it lacks basic amenities, such as a fitness center and room service. Larger downtown competitors like Renaissance, Marriott Marquis, and Embassy Suites have more perks, but Eldon offers larger rooms at significantly lower prices. Most of Washington’s famous monuments and museums are less than 10 minutes away by taxi.
Hilton Garden Inn Washington DC/US Capitol

Hilton Garden Inn Washington DC/US Capitol Rating: 3.5 Pearls

Built in 2011, this modern Hilton Garden Inn is located one block from the metro in Washington’s up-and-coming NoMa neighborhood, just north of Union Station and Capitol Hill. Contemporary rooms and plentiful property features -- including an indoor pool, fitness center, restaurant, and 24-hour convenience store -- make this hotel a solid value for the area. Tourists interested in sightseeing may prefer Hilton Garden Inn Washington DC Downtown, which is walking distance to The White House, Smithsonian museums, and National Mall.
River Inn

River Inn Rating: 3.0 Pearls

The 125-room River Inn offers great value. Its 450-square-foot suites have full kitchens and pullout couches. Add in free perks like Wi-Fi, bike rentals, and Bally Total Fitness gym passes, and it's tough to beat this gem. Just note that Foggy Bottom is sleepy -- you'll need to head elsewhere for restaurants and nightlife.
Hotel Helix

Hotel Helix Rating: 3.0 Pearls

An eccentric, reasonably priced, 178-room Kimpton hotel (a chain with seven D.C. properties), Hotel Helix opened in 2002 on a once-sketchy but now pretty block of Rhode Island Avenue in the Dupont Circle vicinity. It has was revamped in 2009 with extra-large guest rooms, free Wi-Fi, modish decor, and a relaxed mood, but the nearest Metro station is a 15- to 20-minute walk.
Capitol Skyline Hotel

Capitol Skyline Hotel Rating: 3.0 Pearls

Situated half a mile from the nearest metro station in a relatively dead section of Southeast D.C., Capitol Skyline’s location is poor. However, the 203-room property has some nice perks -- a large outdoor pool, rooms with views of the Capitol, a restaurant, bar, and 24-hour fitness center -- and the prices are generally low for D.C. The National Mall is a quick cab ride away, but there are more convenient hotels for seeing the sights.

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