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4-Diamond Mystery Hotel Near the White House
In 1792, construction began on what would eventually become one of the most illustrious residences in the world—the White House. President John Adams and his wife Abigail were the first to move in eight years later, and every president since has called the White House home. While the building has undergone a number of renovations over the years, the iconic façade has remained relatively unchanged. The White House is just a 10-minute walk from this AAA Four-Diamond mystery hotel, which is nestled squarely in the Dupont Circle neighborhood of Washington, DC.
Guests enter the hotel through an opulent, two-story lobby adorned with marble and gold-leaf accents illuminated by crystal chandeliers. The feeling of luxury extends to the onsite restaurant, where you can order locally raised chicken and grass-fed beef in a stately dining room with dark leather seats and exposed brick walls. Handcrafted cocktails are on the menu, too, including sidecars and martinis made with an inventive twist. Upstairs, guest rooms have city views and lots of space to stretch out. King suites even have a separate living area with a sofa and chairs.
Dupont Circle, Washington, DC: Historic Charm and Dynamic Nightlife
In Dupont Circle, located about 2 miles north of downtown, foreign embassies housed in historic mansions neighbor hole-in-the-wall bars and boutiques. During the day, crowds gather in Dupont Circle's park to watch chess players hustle on permanent stone-table boards. Here, you can catch a glimpse of the neighborhood’s elaborate centerpiece—the two-tiered, white-marble Dupont Circle Fountain. At night, check out the bars along Connecticut Avenue, which range from Latin lounges to beer pubs and high-end clubs.
Two blocks from the fountain, The Phillips Collection showcases paintings and priceless macaroni necklaces by Renoir, Van Gogh, and O'Keeffe. A quick ride on the Metro will drop you off at the National Mall, a tree-lined open space that stretches more than 2 miles, from the US Capitol Building, past the Smithsonian museums to the Lincoln Memorial.
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