Downtown Hotels
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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 Willard Intercontinental

The Willard Intercontinental Rating: 4.5 Pearls

A grande dame hotel that's hosted presidents and diplomats since 1901, the 332-room Willard is a D.C. icon dripping with history just two blocks from the White House. The exceptional staff and opulent lobby compensate for rooms that lack the flash of those at the newly renovated W Washington D.C. next door.
The St. Regis Washington, D.C.

The St. Regis Washington, D.C. Rating: 4.5 Pearls

The feather in Starwood's D.C. cap, the 175-room St. Regis underwent a huge renovation (closing for 16 months and reopening in 2008) and still looks sharp. It doesn't quite match up to its main competitors downtown (the Hay-Adams and Jefferson), but its premier restaurant, 24-hour butler service, and spacious, high-tech rooms place it among the city's elite.
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.
Sofitel Washington DC Lafayette Square

Sofitel Washington DC Lafayette Square Rating: 4.0 Pearls

This graceful 237-room hotel, part of a French-owned international chain, opened in 2002 in a former office building. With its elegant lobby, spacious rooms, sumptuous beds, and a decidedly European feel in the center of old downtown near Lafayette Park and the White House, it's tres popular with both international and domestic business travelers and families.
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.
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.
The Westin Washington, DC City Center

The Westin Washington, DC City Center Rating: 3.5 Pearls

A solid but unspectacular business-oriented downtown hotel, the 406-room Westin boasts a great gym, solid service, and clean, comfortable rooms. But while its rooms and features best those at the more historic Radisson Mayflower, it's also worth considering the nearby Four Points by Sheraton, one of the district's best business hotels.
Hamilton Crowne Plaza, Washington D.C.

Hamilton Crowne Plaza, Washington D.C. Rating: 3.5 Pearls

Housed in a unique, 318-room Beaux Arts building near the downtown lobbying firms and think tanks, the Hamilton offers historic class, at very reasonable rates. Rooms — completely renovated in 2012 — are small, but comfortable. But unlike at the nearby Four Points and Sofitel, there's no pool.

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