With The St. Gregory Hotel as your home base, you’ll find a number of fascinating things to do in this historic neighborhood, including a vibrant restaurant and bar scene, groundbreaking cultural institutions, and high-end storefronts. Join locals in the morning around the Dupont Circle fountain with a cup of coffee and a good book, or spend an afternoon perusing The Phillips Collection, considered the nation’s earliest museum of modern art.
Just a short stroll down M Street is charming Georgetown, with cobblestone streets and 18th-century brick row homes. Further along the Potomac, find yourself within walking distance of the nation’s most famous landmarks and attractions, including the National Mall and Capitol Hill. Carve out time during your stay to visit the Lincoln Memorial, picnic along the Reflecting Pool, and explore the brand new Smithsonian National Museum of African American History and Culture, before returning home to our boutique hotel in Dupont Circle.
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The DC Cocktail Festival is an upscale mixology tasting experience that aims to stimulate the senses. Guests are invited to come sample the best-rated cocktails from bartenders based around Washington, DC. If you’re looking for a little extra fun at this year’s event by Craft Hospitality, then consider the VIP admission, which offers early access and more time for sampling. The DC Cocktail Festival will take place at the popular, and central National Union Building, which is an elegant private event space in the Penn Quarter neighborhood of the city.
National Union Building
The National Cherry Blossom Festival is one of the most well known and colorful annual events in Washington, DC. The widespread celebration commemorates the city’s astounding collection of cherry blossom trees, which was originally gifted by the government of Japan in the early 1900’s. Today, the trees and the festival represent a kinship between the two nations. Between all of the events spread across the twenty-two day festival, attendees can enjoy live dance performances, the Blossom Kite Festival, and a parade.
March 20 – April 12
Throughout Washington, DC