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Style: Exclusive

| Atmosphere: Vibrant

| Rooms: 327

1500 New Hampshire Avenue NW., Washington D.C., DC 20036, United States | T. +1 (202) 483 6000 |

North America | United States | Washington D.C. Hotels

Following a $52 million refurbishment, The Dupont Circle Hotel is the new standard bearer for an energetic and vibrant Washington that’s rapidly claiming its place among the most happening of cities in the world.

Ideally located overlooking Dupont Circle, it is within easy walking distance of leafy, European-style avenues with their embassies, cafes and bookshops. From the beautiful new interior of The Dupont Circle Hotel to its sumptuous bedrooms and suites, understated but unstinting quality is in evidence throughout.

And nowhere is this more apparent than on the new level, Level Nine, a hotel within a hotel which is simply the last word in exclusivity. The Dupont Circle Hotel has also set the standard for service excellence, whether it’s dining in our Cafe Dupont restaurant or enjoying a drink in the stunning new Bar Dupont.

Washington DC is full of national monuments and unmistakeable sights: The Washington Monument, The National Mall, The Lincoln Memorial and The White House to name a few. But the smaller more local sights around Dupont Circle are just as absorbing. There is the fascinating Woodrow Wilson House just a block away from our Washington hotel and the extraordinary Brewmaster’s Castle across the Circle. Head for Georgetown for a helping of waterfront history as well as a plentiful supply of designer stores and ultra-cool bars, all within easy reach of The Dupont Circle Hotel.

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John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts
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The Nation's performing arts center presenting the best music, dance, theatre and children's programs

The Phillips Collection
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