The luxury hotel is surrounded by iconic institutions like the
White House, St. John’s Church and Lafayette Park. The hotel is described as “a
historic classic, with a stately exterior seamlessly blending Italian
“From the moment you’re greeted by Hay-Adams’ stately exterior, you know you’re somewhere special,” CNTraveler wrote praising the hotel. “The wood-paneled lobby reveres the hotel’s historic past without feeling stuffy. It’s all elegant here.”
The hotel offers D.C.’s finest dining experience and an exceptional guest experience. It is also equipped to meet
“Church View Deluxe rooms are comfy without being overdone.
There’s a bit of toile and chintz, but nothing that feels like grandma’s house.
Think black-and-white framed art, fresh white linens, and chic striped
wallpaper,” CNTraveler says. “Make sure to book a Federal Suite if you’re
hankering for some epic views of the White House from your private balcony.”
For a drink, CNTraveler recommends Off The Record, the historic basement bar of the hotel. “A proper cocktail bar, it feels frozen in time, which only adds to the