The ideal jumping-off point to discover unique things to do in Washington D.C.. Use this guide to explore the capital’s famous landmarks, attractions, cutting-edge dining scene, high-end shopping, and avant-garde culture, Dupont Circle is one of the District’s most sought-after neighborhoods.
Guests at The St. Gregory Hotel are within walking distance to some of the best restaurants in Washington, D.C.
A ten-minute drive down the road, Georgetown charms visitors with its 18th-century red brick architecture and cobblestone streets. Luxury shops range from top-of-the-line brands like Kate Spade and Barney’s to homegrown boutiques and bakeries like Georgetown Cupcake.
The National Mall and Capitol Hill also lie within easy reach, so guests can see all of the monuments and historic landmarks in Washington, D.C., at their own pace. Watch the sunset over the Lincoln Memorial and Reflecting Pool from the Washington Monument before returning to Dupont Circle for dinner near our one-of-a-kind boutique hotel.
Washington, DC has more restaurants than any traveler can visit on a single trip, so when you come, give some thought to the type of places you’d like to eat. For example, if you want to talk with locals about what’s trending, and taste the city’s most talked-about dishes, you might want to check out this list of our favorite new restaurants in DC right now. Del Mar Wharfs are...