Hilton Garden Inn Washington D.C./Georgetown Area is a modern hotel with friendly staff, spacious guestrooms and enviable West End views.
Hilton Garden Inn Washington D.C./Georgetown Area is located close to the White House and National Mall. This upmarket hotel has a comfortable yet contemporary vibe. The inviting lobby features modern furniture, dark hardwood finishes, trendy light fixtures and a comfortable lounge area with a fireplace. The garden terrace is an attractive outdoor space where guests can relax and enjoy the city views. The hotel is also home to a Pavilion Pantry that offers drinks, travel essentials and snacks 24 hours a day. Hotel Hilton Garden Inn is an environmentally friendly, LEED Silver Certified Hotel.
The guestrooms at Hilton Garden Inn Washington D.C./Georgetown Area are beautifully appointed with large windows, soothing colors and thoughtful furniture. Rooms feature a spacious desk with an ergonomic Herman Miller Mirra Chair. The beds feature Serta pillow-top mattresses, Pacific Coast down pillows and duvets and 250 thread count luxury sheets for extra comfort. The refreshment corner is equipped with a Keurig coffee maker, mini refrigerator and microwave. The bright and elegant bathrooms are well laid out, featuring granite countertops and Neutrogena bath products.
Hilton Garden Inn Washington D.C./Georgetown Area is home to Cafe Deluxe. This charming American bistro features intimate tables and a separate bar area. The menu offers classic American fare with favorites such as Grilled Meatloaf, Steak Frites and fresh seafood.
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.