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A historic townhome at the heart of west DC’s college-centric Georgetown, The Georgetown Inn is ideal for anyone wanting the Old DC experience. Along the district’s famous Wisconsin Avenue, a charming red brick facade is matched with an elegant colonial-era lobby - the rooms themselves offer free Wi-Fi and cool modern loungers, not to mention suites that add sectional sofas and separate bedrooms. In-room spa services are also offered for extra pampering, as is room service from a rustic American restaurant. Book a personal lift to get through the region with even more ease, choosing between small sedans or super-sized chartered buses to see as many natural green spaces and historic structures that line the nearby flow of the Potomac, while professionals more interested in convenient drop offs can go with meet-and-greet services like stretched limousines, taxis and local personal drivers for lifts to Ronald Reagan Airport and the Walter E. Washington Convention Center.

 

Take a stroll down Wisconsin Avenue the moment the sun comes up, considering a sit down at various nearby cafes that include the growing cat cafe trend at Crumbs & Whiskers as well as the artsy ambiance of Corridor Cafe and its neighboring showcase of local works at Cross Mackenzie Gallery. Take a tour of the region’s quaint past by exploring nearby landmarks afterward, from the striking architecture of Tudor Place to the local history told through colonial-era artifacts at Dumbarton Oaks Museum. Gorgeous greenery showcases just as much beauty through the neighboring Dumbarton Oaks Park, as well as vast greenbelt trails lining the Potomac River starting at the historic Chesapeake and Ohio Canal Towpath. Settle down at the end of the night with countless historic gems as well, from the old wooden booths of Martin’s Tavern, Est 1933 to the extravagant French bistro eats of Cafe Bonaparte.

 
 
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