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Washington Hilton is a contemporary retreat in the heart of the most vibrant neighborhoods in Washington, DC. Whether you’re looking to try new culinary experiences, shop at a boutique or listen to jazz, our Embassy Row hotel puts you in the center of it all. Stroll around Dupont Circle, Adams Morgan, U Street Corridor, Embassy Row and Georgetown. Go for a run in a tree-lined oasis, visit the famous giant pandas, or immerse yourself in American art. Hop on the Metro Red Line at Dupont Circle and easily visit the White House, U.S. Capitol, Smithsonian museums and all of DC's top attractions. Urban adventure awaits outside our doors.
Lining Connecticut Avenue between the hotel and Dupont Circle are gastro-pubs, coffee shops, bistros and a lively Sunday morning farmers' market (in season). This area is one of DC's trendiest neighborhoods. Check out the nation’s first certified organic dining experience, Restaurant Nora.
Just one block east of the hotel is the Adams Morgan neighborhood. Discover a hip, cosmopolitan global village featuring international cuisine, lounges and live music. Sample dishes from a variety of exciting restaurants and bars centered around 18th Street and Columbia Road.
Heading east from the hotel, walk to the U Street Corridor for boutique shops, cafes, bars and an authentic neighborhood dining scene. U Street is also home to jazz legend Duke Ellington and DC's famous Ben's Chili Bowl, renowned for its chili half-smokes and customers Bill Cosby and President Obama.
Sprawling from Dupont Circle and just a short walk from the hotel sits the charming residential neighborhood of Embassy Row. This neighborhood on Massachusetts Avenue is home to the political and social elite, featuring more than 50 embassies. There are more than 170 embassies in Washington, DC.
Admire quaint cobblestone streets and historic architecture in Georgetown. This waterfront neighborhood retains its old-fashioned charm and is now a bustling DC shopping district known for its trendy shops and boutiques, fabulous restaurants and cafes, and lively nightlife.
There are more than 2,000 restaurants in Washington, DC – and many of the exciting culinary experiences are right in Washington Hilton’s neighborhood. Enjoy cozy bistros and bustling sports bars to flavorful international cuisine and Restaurant Nora – the nation’s first certified organic restaurant. DC’s famous Ben’s Chili Bowl is also nearby.
The Smithsonian's National Zoo is located less than one mile from Washington Hilton, along the picturesque tree-lined Connecticut Avenue. This free Washington DC attraction is home to more than 2,000 animals, including the famous giant pandas. Events are held throughout the year, including a summer brew fest, Halloween trick-or-treating and holiday Zoolights.
Outdoor enthusiasts will enjoy miles of scenic jogging trails just steps from the hotel. Rock Creek Park is twice the size of New York's Central Park. Just two miles north of the hotel, guests can enjoy horseback riding or a famiy-friendly planetarium.
On a quaint street three blocks south of Washington Hilton is The Phillips Collection – America's first museum of modern art. Its collection includes nearly 3,000 works by American and European artists, including Degas, Cèzanne, van Gogh, Matisse, Picasso, O'Keeffe, and Renoir.