From downtown Washington DC museums, law offices, the MCI Sports Center, and Chinatown are all within easy access and so are all other major city attractions.
From your hotel you would be able to walk to the White House as well as to fine dining establishments.
Downtown hotels, some housed in renovated buildings built early in the century, are luxuries. It is not rare to walk into a lobby featuring an antique collection that can match those of an average museum.
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Located two blocks from The White House, The St. Regis, Washington, D.C. has been a stopping place for royalty, presidents and prime ministers since its opening in 1926. Calvin Coolidge cut the ceremonial ribbon, and every American President since then has visited the hotel.
Four blocks from the White House and two blocks from the shopping and dining on Connecticut Avenue, the luxurious Jefferson Hotel is ideal for romantic weekends and business ventures within the city center.
Conveniently located in the heart of the District, the JW Marriott Hotel on Pennsylvania Avenue is part of the National Place hotel, office and retail complex two blocks from the White House and six blocks from the Mall and Smithsonian museum complex.
In the heart of Washington's East End business district the Marriott at Metro Center is within 2 blocks of Washington's 4 largest law firms, 1 block to DC Convention Center and 4 blocks to the MCI Center.