Situated on the acclaimed Embassy Row, Normandy Hotel is laced with European charm.
Blending old world charm with modern services, Normandy Hotel Washington D.C. offers guests a sophisticated stay in an enviable Embassy Row address. This elegant hotel is just steps away from the shopping and dining mecca of Dupont Circle, and only a short walk away from the city’s major attractions. The stylish lobby boasts an extensive library, warming fireplace and even a chess set, offering guests a charming place to relax and unwind. In the attractively decorated lounge area, there is a complimentary evening reception that serves wine, cheese and chocolates.
The 75 beautiful rooms at Normandy Hotel exemplify European charm and elegance. With a rich palette of chocolate, caramel and cream, the décor exudes both comfort and sophistication. Added decorative highlights include unique wallpaper design and brightly coloured details, making rooms at The Normandy Hotel one of a kind. Each space is equipped with amenities that ensure guests feel right at home, such as complimentary newspapers, free bottled water and Nespresso coffee machines. The marble bathrooms feature luxurious bath products and guests staying in deluxe rooms can enjoy exclusive access to the hotel’s stunning garden terrace, a lush oasis in the heart of the bustling city.
The Normandy Hotel serves a breakfast buffet each morning to guests. The hotel is also located close to several popular dining establishments like Bistrot Du Coin French bistro, the highly popular KOMI restaurant for Thai food and Mintwood Place for European fare.
Adams Morgan is a spirited neighborhood and the main nightlife destination in Washington DC. The neighborhood has a casual feel and is known for its cool bars, raucous dance clubs, lounges and global cuisine. Visitors will find a unique selection of boutiques, bookshops and independent stores in the area like Meeps, Idle Time Books and Crooked Beat Records. At night, Adams Morgan offers several good music and nightlife options like Habana Village and Jack Rose Dining Saloon. Restaurants like Roofers Union and Mintwood Place offer plenty of variety. Adams Morgan also has a number of interesting attractions like the District of Columbia Arts Center and Rock Creek Park.