Inspired by nature, Hotel Madera provides guests with the perfect combination of comfort and elegance.
Hotel Madera is a neighbourhood gem in the heart of the nation’s capital. Part of the revered Kimpton Hotel Group, this welcoming hotel offers guests a home-away-from-home. With unparalleled service and a range of exclusive features, a stay at the Madera Hotel provides guests with a uniquely Kimpton experience. The lobby features plush furnishings and a tranquil color palette, and there is a hosted wine hour every night. Presenting an alternative way of exploring the city, the hotel also provides complimentary bike use. With it’s enviable Dupont Circle location, everything that is worth seeing is right around the corner from Hotel Madera. From the museums of Georgetown to the White House itself, many of the city’s greatest attractions sit right on the doorstep of this luxury hotel.
Rooms at Hotel Madera Washington D.C. provide a secluded refuge from the relentless energy of the city. Every guest space echoes elements of nature, from the custom patterns of the furnishings to the animal print, terry cloth robes. Keeping comfort as its ultimate priority, the Madera Hotel features warm and comforting hues, rich fabrics and complimentary yoga mats.
For a quintessential urban dining experience, Firefly is the perfect choice for guests and locals alike. Effortlessly blending into its trendy surroundings, this intimate restaurant and lounge serves classic American dishes with a contemporary twist, alongside innovative cocktail concoctions.
Dupont Circle is D.C.'s cultural and urban center and a trendsetting neighborhood with vibrant energy. The upscale area is best known for its art galleries, museums, urban cafes and funky offbeat shops. The area has plenty of excellent dining and nightlife venues like Komi, Hank's Oyster Bar and the Eighteenth Street Lounge. When it comes to shopping, visitors will find unique options like Bloom, Betsy Fisher and Kramerbooks & Afterwords. Dupont Circle's grassy lawns are perfect for people-watching or relaxing. For sightseeing, the neighborhood has several good attractions like the National Geographic Museum, Heurich House Museum and the Phillips Collection.