Downtown Washington D.C.
What it is
A luxury boutique hotel in the heart of D.C. befitting its presidential namesake.
What it isn't
Monticello, Thomas Jefferson’s sprawling private home in Virginia (although that’s probably a good thing).
What we think
This 99-room Beaux Arts hotel is where discerning travelers and politicians alike flock to for an experience in understated, quiet and refined luxury. Even though the hotel maintains its stately, Monticello-inspired decor (it’s even got a working dumbwaiter), it’s thoroughly modern and updated with the latest technology that blends in seamlessly with its Old World charms, including a beautiful, intimate library. The location is also ideal, just south of Dupont Circle and within walking distance of Jefferson’s former residence at 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue.
You're here because
You’ve got places to go and people to meet, but you also want to stay in a place befitting the nation’s capital and its rich history.
Sipping a cocktail at the hotel’s bar, Quill, rumored to be one of former President Obama’s favorite hotel meeting spots in all of D.C.
Restaurants & Bars
The Greenhouse –breakfast, lunch and weekend brunch, American
Plume: Michelin starred Fine dining, French, American. Dinner only
Quill - Bar/Lounge American. Lunch and dinner
Located in downtown D.C. right in between Dupont Circle and Logan Circle, and just a 10-minute walk away from the White House.