The Best Hotels on Capitol Hill, Washington DC

The rooms at the Hyatt Regency Washington on Capitol Hill are spacious and inviting
The rooms at the Hyatt Regency Washington on Capitol Hill are spacious and inviting | Courtesy of Hyatt Regency Washington on Capitol Hill /
Jonathan Stern

Capitol Hill is a neighborhood chock-full of historical sites, charming streets and fantastic restaurants and shops, making it one of the top destinations in all of DC. Take a look at the following list to discover the best hotels to stay in while exploring all the Hill has to offer.

1. Hotel George


Kimpton George Hotel, Washington DC
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A Kimpton property, Hotel George is conveniently located one block away from Union Station and within walking distance of the Capitol building and the National Mall. The renovated lobby, gallery and meeting spaces feature a modern design and artwork, making the George one of the most stylish hotels in Washington. Between the hours of 5pm and 6pm, guests are treated to a complimentary wine hour – there’s no better way to unwind after a long day of touring the city’s many sights!

2. Phoenix Park Hotel

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Phoenix Park Hotel, Washington DC
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The Phoenix Park Hotel is a slice of Ireland in downtown DC, a nod to its owner’s heritage. The hotel prides itself on providing patrons with a comfortable experience that is reminiscent of an Irish country estate. The rooms feature traditional decor, while the lobby includes original oil paintings, plush carpeting and a beautiful marble staircase. Connected to the hotel is the Dubliner, an Irish pub and restaurant with the best Guinness pour in town.

3. Liaison Hotel

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A stay at the Liaison Hotel is quite decadent for a number of reasons. The artistic lobby is connected to Art and Soul, the acclaimed southern cuisine restaurant headed by celebrity chef Art Smith. The simple eats served here are top-notch and crafted with ingredients that are sustainably sourced. Liaison also features the largest rooftop pool and lounge in DC, where guests can grab a cocktail and enjoy a warm summer night.

5. Washington Court Hotel


Washington Court Hotel, Washington DC
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The Washington Court Hotel is a versatile space, making it a destination for everyone from business travelers to family vacationers. The 16-story luxury property has 265 rooms with a number of features and amenities, such as Italian marble bathrooms, flat-screen TVs and Keurig coffee makers. The hotel’s restaurant, Bistro 525, combines fresh mid-Atlantic ingredients with Italian tastes. Patrons can enjoy menu highlights such as the crab cakes or one of the homemade Mediterranean soups.

6. Hyatt Regency Washington on Capitol Hill

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Hyatt Regency Washington on Capitol Hill 2, Washington DC
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The rooms at the Hyatt Regency Washington on Capitol Hill are spacious and inviting, giving guests the feel of being in a home away from home. Visitors can take advantage of the hotel’s location by hopping on the Old Town Trolley Tour of the city to see famous sites like the White House and Ford’s Theatre. For those looking to get their exercise in, the fitness center and heated indoor pool are sure to do the trick.

7. Kellogg Conference Hotel

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Kellogg Conference Hotel at Gallaudet University, Washington DC
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The Kellogg Conference Hotel opened in 1995 and is located on the campus of Gallaudet University. The university is much older, as it was founded in 1864 with the goal to educate deaf and hard-of-hearing students. Gallaudet’s campus is listed on the Register of Historic Places and features Victorian brick buildings and many beautiful old trees that have been standing for decades. As the university’s official hotel, Kellogg Conference Hotel follows in the school’s footsteps of providing the highest accessibility, including the best technology.

8. Capitol City Hostel


Capitol City Hostel is a bit off the beaten track, but it provides all the essentials for a DC trip on a budget. With rooms between $15 and $30 per night, there is no more cost-effective place to stay in town. The friendly staff, small garden to relax in, and easy access to buses that run to downtown DC are what makes this small hostel a good option in the Capitol Hill area.

9. Hilton Garden Inn Washington DC/US Capitol

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Hilton Garden Inn Washington DC US Capitol, Washington DC
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Enjoy a meal at chef Todd Gray’s Watershed Restaurant at the Hilton Garden Inn, an eatery with a focus on seasonal foods and seafood dishes that come straight from the nearby eastern shore. The hotel’s rooms and suites are warm and inviting, and, who knows, you may just be lucky enough to get one with a view of the Capitol. And it’s just a short walk away from the metro, so you can get around the city in no time, too.

10. Courtyard Washington Capitol Hill/Navy Yard

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Courtyard by Marriott Washington Capitol Hill Navy Yard, Washington DC
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Baseball fans, take note: the Courtyard Washington Capitol Hill/Navy Yard is an easy eight-minute walk away from DC’s baseball stadium, home of the Nationals. This hotel provides quiet and comfort, while, at the same time, is conveniently located near parks, public transportation and great neighborhood restaurants. Expect to be met with a smile and exceptional service from the hotel staff as well.

Fancy discovering more hotels in Washington DC? Check out our pick of the best hotels in Logan Circle, Washington DC, bookable with Culture Trip.

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