8 Best Hotels in Washington, D.C. of 2024

Riggs Washington, D.C.

The Silver Lyan, an underground cocktail bar from Ryan Chetiyawardana (“Mr. Lyan”), is there now. Whether you're staying overnight or just having a drink, the bright but stylish decor and luxurious setting will impress you.

Rosewood Washington, D.C.

Wolfgang Puck's CUT D.C. features a fantastic steak, and CUT Bar & Lounge and CUT Above serve supper seven days a week. 

The Hay-Adams

Off the Record, the hotel's basement bar, is a place to be "seen and not heard" while sipping old-school cocktails in exquisite red seats at night. Due to the bar's downtown location and D.C. renown, you may recognize some political leaders on the walls and coasters as caricatures.

Pendry Washington, D.C. – The Wharf

After checking in and enjoying a welcome cocktail, put your luggage down and plan your next move. You might head straight to Spa Pendry for eucalyptus steam rooms and a broad treatment menu.

Eaton D.C.

Save time for the magnificent on-site spa by not working too hard. Eaton Wellness is more holistic than a hotel spa and treats several conditions. Getting tight? Book a massage or yoga. Need full relaxation? Take a sound bath, reiki session, or infrared sauna.


Each apartment has custom furniture and artwork and is quite pleasant. While the bright and comfortable rooms may encourage travelers to stay, the hotel's area is worth seeing. 18th route Northwest, a key route in Adams Morgan, has restaurants

The St. Regis Washington, D.C.

St. Regis properties offer a daily champagne sabering ceremony at 6 p.m. and a delicious afternoon tea, which you should try at least once. Alhambra, the on-site restaurant, serves European and Mediterranean breakfast, lunch, and supper, including tea.

Conrad Washington, D.C.

Though there is no spa, Estuary, a trademark restaurant, and Summit at Conrad, a rooftop bar opening in Spring 2024, are available. Concierge services, city monument views, and a fitness center unlike a hotel gym are among perks.