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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Washington DC’s esteemed National Symphony Orchestra will come together this holiday season to perform the beloved Handel oratorio The Messiah. The scriptural text is largely taken from the King James Bible, as well as the version of the Psalms that’s in the Book of Common Prayer. Set to breathtaking music from Handel—you’ll recognize the beautiful “For Unto Us a Child is Given” and the iconic “Hallelujah” chorus—delivered from high-quality voices, this piece has stood the test of time. The performance will come from the wonderful chorus and singers from the NSO, and its conductor Nicholas McGegan.
December 20 – December 23
The Kennedy Center
12 Angry Men is a classic American story following the deliberations of an all-male jury of a murder trial. Largely known for the Oscar-winning 1957 film version starring Henry Fonda and the 1997 remake with Jack Lemmon, it comes to life onstage this winter at one of the country’s most historic theaters. This story of the American justice system will be performed at Ford’s Theatre, the infamous setting of Abraham Lincoln’s assassination.
January 18 – February 17