The Cambria Hotel in Washington D.C. provides guests with high-quality accommodation and close proximity to the capital’s most famous attractions.
The boutique Cambria Hotel is just a breath away from the wonders of Washington D.C. From the National Mall to the White House, the Smithsonian National Zoological Park to The Howard Theatre, there are a whole wealth of attractions and excursions at guests’ fingertips. From the rooftop lounge, guests can soak up the beauty and historic grandeur of Washington, while lavishing in the superior hospitality of the Cambria Hotel Washington D.C.
Every guest space at the Cambria Hotel is designed as a suite, offering the ultimate relaxation in the heart of the capital. With ample space and glorious views of the city’s monuments, guests are welcomed into the elegant and tranquil ambience of this luxury boutique hotel. Monochromatic palettes with bright splashes of color enhance the style and sophistication of every guest suite.
The Cambria Hotel Washington D.C. offers guests a friendly dining experience. With a morning buffet, dinner at the Social Circle Bistro and drinks at the rooftop Cocktail Lounge, guests have a range of regional tastes to choose from. The Lemon Shrimp Lollipops and Braised Beef Short Ribs are simply divine, and the creatively served craft beers at the lounge are unparalleled.
Washington D.C. Downtown is a compact neighborhood and the center of entertainment, culture and shopping. The area is known for its large number of cultural and historic attractions and its excellent museums. Visitors will find downtown a pedestrian-friendly area with historical monuments and beautiful architecture. Downtown is the hub for entertainment and arts with good museums like National Museum of Women in Arts and Marian Koshland Science Museum. The neighborhood is also home to attractive boutiques and stores like Andre Chreky and Coup De Foudre. Downtown is also packed with many excellent attractions like National Building Museum, United States Navy Memorial and Smithsonian American Arts Museum.