Spectacular suites and a prestigious Pennsylvania Avenue address beckon guests to the Avenue Suites Hotel in Washington D.C.
The alluring and supremely hospitable Avenue Suites Hotel is only steps away from celebrated American attractions including the White House, National Mall and Gore Dean Antiques. Guests enjoy convenient access to the heart of the city, before unwinding each night in elite and exclusive accommodation. With stylish flair that oozes sophistication, the Avenue Suites Hotel Washington D.C. is a place where guests can mingle with the crème de la crème of the city.
Guest spaces at the Avenue Suites Hotel are graciously spacious and unforgettably cosmopolitan. Luxury amenities include marble fixtures and surfaces, private vanities and refrigerator stocking options through Trader Joe’s. With seven styles of suites to choose from, guests will find that every space – from the King Suite to the private terrace of the Avenue Executive Room – is sumptuous and inviting.
Avenue Suites Hotel Washington D.C. is home to the A Bar Kitchen. A friendly place to socialize, it offers weekly specials and happy hour services. Guests can savor delicious regional flavors amidst an ambience of grandeur. The Potomac Bourbon and Boulevardier signature cocktails are big hits, as are the Braised Beef Sliders, Grilled Salmon and Limoncello Raspberry Cake. The A Bar Kitchen also hosts private events and special occasions.
Georgetown is an upscale neighborhood with waterfront parks, historic homes and a lively vibe. The area is known for being D.C.'s top destination for upscale shopping. Wisconsin Avenue and M Street offer attractive dining and nightlife options like Blues Alley, Bistro Francais and 1789 Restaurant. Georgetown offers visitors innumerable shopping options for upscale clothing, jewelry and antiques. Some of the most popular shopping destinations in the neighborhood are Jean Pierre Antiques, Hu's Shoes and A Mano. The C&O Canal and Potomac provide plenty of outdoor activities. Visitors will also find attractions like the Old Stone House, Dumbarton Oaks and Tudor House in Georgetown.