The Carlyle Dupont Circle, A Kimpton Hotel is a stylish, chic hotel with warm service and sleek guestrooms.
The Carlyle Dupont Circle, A Kimpton Hotel is located conveniently close to Georgetown and the nightlife of Dupont. This Art Deco hotel has been revamped to create a stylish, chic look. The lobby is lavish and inviting, featuring a beautifully ornate ceiling, dark hardwood finishes and a black and brown color palette. The hotel hosts a wine hour each evening where guests can socialize and sample fine wines. Hotel Carlyle Dupont Circle also offers guests complimentary public bikes to explore the city or guests can join the hotel’s guided, three-mile city run.
The guestrooms at The Carlyle Dupont Circle, A Kimpton Hotel feature a classic style with modern flair. With a touch of 1920s style, these sleek rooms have dark hardwood finishes and clean lines. Rooms feature plush furniture, rich textures and hues of grey, white and brown, creating a stylish but classic look. Other features include a hardwood desk, modern desk chair and luxurious navy armchair. Beds are topped with a comfortable Tempur-Pedic mattress and sleek, chocolate brown headboard. The modern bathrooms feature granite vanities, a walk-in shower and Lush bath products.
The Carlyle Dupont Circle, A Kimpton Hotel is home to The Riggsby. This refined restaurant has an intimate atmosphere with leather booths, whimsical wallpaper and an open kitchen. Chef Michael Schlow offers an upscale American menu with European influences.
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.