The Hay-Adams

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800 16th St NW (btwn H & I St NW)
Washington, DC 20006
(202) 638-6600
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  • President Obama and family lived here prior to moving in to the White House in 2009.
  • This Beaux-Arts icon holds pride of place at the White Houses front door. At night, the hotels Off the Record bar is the after-work hangout for politicos of all stripes.
  • One of the best times to visit is in the spring when the Tidal Basin is lined by 3,000 blooming cherry trees!
  • Increble hotel, a un costado de la Casa Blanca
  • This hotel has amazing views of the White House. Great photo ops from the balconies. The food is also pretty terrific!
  • Treated like royalty. Favorite place in DC.
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  • White House photo opps from the balconies and a scene at the Off the Record Bar are the draws at this historic hotel with real political pedigree (the Obamas lived here in 2010). (From $359)
  • Just a step away from The White House, John Hay and Henry Adams once had homes on this exact site.
  • Alfredo is very helpful with the luggage.
  • Classic, old school D.C. luxury. One block from White House. Do not miss Off The Record, the hotel bar in the basement. Don't forget to take some of the caricature coasters of recent pols.
  • This is where you go tohobnob with power brokersand indulge in the kind of perks reserved for celebrities and high-ranking government officials. The Americana-tinged charm cant be beat.
  • The view here is bananas
  • Nice hotel great views and friendly staff
  • Great hotel, great basement bar
  • Book a White House view room for a unique perspective of the capital city.
  • Best view in DC! Food is not very creative and wine not very expensive. But classy nonetheless
  • Evening turndown service is a nice and fancy touch!
  • Fabulous venue. The views, of course, are the best. The food was great too.
  • Fantastic hotel, great service and lovely people, but crazy expensive breakfast. Had American breakfast, and asked for two slices of toast extra. Those two slices of normal bread: 12 dollars. Wow.