Didn’t book a hotel room for inauguration weekend? Well, you still can… for a price. The Park Hyatt Washington’s four-night American Style package includes a stay in the hotel’s corner penthouse presidential suite with a signed, magnum bottle of the hotel’s signature wine, a cabernet franc crafted by winemaker Jed Steele. Daily turndown service includes Blue Duck Tavern’s apple pie, and a set of hardcover books highlighting American crafts, heritage, and art. The closets will be filled with couture gowns and fashions from Saks Fifth Avenue, and a personal stylist will help select inaugural attire. During the stay, guests and up 12 friends are treated to an in-suite tasting of cured meats, American cheese, and pinot noir led by Park Hyatt Washington’s cheese specialist Lisa Hviding, and executive chef Sebastien Archambault and chef de cuisine John Melfi at Blue Duck Tavern will prepare a five-course menu inspired by Obama’s favorite meals. The package also includes a VIP backstage tour of the Kennedy Center Concert Hall followed by a live performance by the National Symphony Orchestra.
Rate: $57,000; available Jan. 18 to 22; to reserve, contact Renee Sharrow, director of public relations, at (202) 419-6625.