Washington, D.C.

Washington D.C.


Visit monuments and memorials and tour eclectic neighborhoods for culinary delights. “Washington”, “the District”, or simply “D.C.”, Washington D.C. is the capital of the United States. It is the hub for American politics and America’s most patriotic front lawn.

The Small List

Best Hotels

Hay-Adams Hotel – One of the most historic and iconic luxury hotels in Washington, D.C.. The hotel is named for the distinguished residents, John Hay and Henry Adams. The Hay-Adams, of course,  exemplifies heritage, elegance, and comfort at the heart of the Nation’s Capital.

Best Restaurants

Le Diplomate – Le Diplomate pays sincere homage to French café culture with a variety of classic favorites. The restaurant provides a comfortable, versatile gathering place that has become an anchor for Washington, D.C.’s 14th Street corridor.

Cafe Milano – A power center for diplomats, politicians, journalists, broadcasters, lobbyists and entertainers. Virtually, everyone who enjoys fine Italian food and gracious attentive service.

Best Bar

Old Ebbitt Grill – Washington’s oldest saloon with a Victorian interior. Old Ebbitt’s was founded in 1856, just steps from The White House and museums in downtown Washington. It was a favorite of Presidents Grant, Cleveland, Harding and Theodore Roosevelt. Today, the grill is a popular meeting spot for political insiders, journalists, celebrities and theater goers. As a result, the atmosphere is convivial, relaxed, and perfect for a pre-dinner cocktail.

Places to See

The National Mall – Stretching from the foot of the United States Capitol to the Lincoln Memorial, The National Mall symbolizes the United States of America. In addition, it symbolizes to our nation’s commitment to freedom and equality and inspiring the world.

Lincoln Memorial – Inspired by the Parthenon in Athens, Greece, this magnificent tribute was built in honor of the slain 16th President of the United States, Abraham Lincoln.

Jefferson Memorial – This 19 foot high bronze statue honors the primary author of the Declaration of Independence, Thomas Jefferson. Jefferson was the first Secretary of State. Moreover, he was a complex, 19th century man with a wide ranging impact on the very makeup of America itself.

U.S. Capitol – The U.S. Capital building is among the most symbolically important and architecturally impressive buildings in the nation. The Capitol is also one of the most recognizable symbols of representative democracy in the world. After all, it houses the U.S. Senate and House of Representatives.

Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial – Located in downtown Washington, D.C., the memorial honors Martin Luther King, Jr.’s legacy. Above all, it honors the struggle for freedom, equality, and justice.

Things to Do

National Portrait Gallery – Make thousands of new friends! Featuring the nation’s only complete collection of presidential portraits outside the White House. The museum includes scientists, statesmen, and film stars. In conclusion, the collections bring you face to face with America.

Spy Museum – The International Spy Museum recognizes the ingenuity and imagination of real life spies. The museum houses the largest collection of international espionage artifacts ever placed on public display. Spanning the history of espionage around the globe, the public has never seen many of these artifacts before.

Georgetown, D.C. – D.C.’s original neighborhood has a storied history. This National Historic District is where the past meets the present, with more than 470 shops, restaurants and institutions. Georgetown’s unique 18th and 19th century architecture and cobblestone streets are the backdrop to the vibrant business district.

POV at W Washington, D.C.
Lincoln Memorial
Washington Monument
Jefferson Memorial
United States Capitol