In the heart of Washington D.C., the Omni Shoreham Hotel is an urban oasis and luxury destination.
Along with phenomenal shopping at the Eastern Market and Maza Gallerie, guests discover a multitude of cultural and historic attractions within easy walking distance of the Omni Shoreham Hotel. Guests can explore the renowned Smithsonian Institute, National Mall, Memorial Parks and the beautiful Rock Creek Park. As the first hotel in the Unites States to host the Beatles, the Omni Shoreham Hotel Washington D.C. offers fascinating heritage and luxury service befitting the hip and wealthy.
The Omni Shoreham Hotel offers 834 unique rooms and suites, divided between seven room styles. Options include the Premier Garden View Rooms, which feature granite accoutrements and stunning floral photography, or the Presidential Suite, which has it own private library. Every room has incredible views of the striking skyline of Washington D.C., offering a romantically serene vista during the evening hours.
The Omni Shoreham Hotel Washington D.C. is home to four remarkable dining venues. Guests can enjoy poolside leisure at the Splash Pool Bar or a light bite at Morsel’s Restaurant, where the coffee and pastries are warm and welcoming. The Marquee Bar and Lounge offers Salted Gin Gimlets and Smoky Margaritas in a social ambience while the famed Robert’s Restaurant serves delicious meals including Duck Confit, French Onion Soup and Pan Seared Rockfish.
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.