A team of Oyster reporters past weeks exploring 61 hotels in Washington, DC we sleep in beds, we eat in restaurants, we test the service and scope the neighborhoods, all with one eye to select the most important properties. Many, if not most, of the district hotels meet to a great part for business travelers, so they decided to break this list by two more variables: neighborhood and price.
The Willard is best known for his story-a hotel has occupied the terrain since 1816-but it is also a solid business choice, especially for those with liberal expense accounts. It is located in the heart of the “old center,” a few blocks from the White House, the Mall, and two subway stations. And as you would anticipate from a hotel owned InterContinental, the hotel largely caters to business travelers, with amenities like all Wi-Fi property, 20000 feet of meeting space and a business center with audiovisual equipment available for rent.
Settled four blocks from Dupont Circle and almost as close to the DC business district, this boutique-style property is chiefly favorite among business travelers to its newly updated rooms, well-equipped fitness center, an innovative restaurant, WI-Fi access in the lobby, and a solid business center. Bonuses: It’s the Doubletree, so it’s Hilton property. The dots Honors points, baby!