Located near Dupont Circle in the heart of Washington, DC!
This contemporary urban retreat offers legendary hospitality with modern amenities. Discover trendy neighborhoods, world cuisine, live music, boutiques and monuments right outside your door.
Room rates start as low as $149/night.*
*Additional taxes and room fees are not included.
For a full list of room rates or to book your room,
contact Washington Hilton at 1-202-483-3000.
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Hotel Amenities - Washington Hilton
FEDEX OFFICE PRINT & SHIP BUSINESS CENTER
Send all printing needs to their onsite, full-service FedEx Office Print & Ship Business Center and your jobs will be ready when you arrive, with savings on shipping, handling and stress of logistics. The fully-equipped facility, staffed with printing and shipping experts, is ready to meet all of your business needs with services including:
Submit your documents electronically to their FedEx Office.
- Copy & printing, including high-volume
- Poster boards
- Shipping services & packing materials
- Photo printing
- Signs, banners & poster boards
- Office supplies
LIVINGWELL HEALTH CLUB
An extensive health club facility with a full range of equipment for a balanced workout, featuring cardio machines with personalized entertainment systems, a wide variety of strength training equipment, free weights, stretching areas and a group exercise studio. LivingWell Health Club is $10 per day for hotel guests and complimentary for Silver, Gold and Diamond HHonors members.
SEASONAL OUTDOOR POOL
Swim, exercise, relax and play in our urban oasis. The seasonal, outdoor pool is open for the season from May through September and is heated to just the right temperature every day. Enjoy the large sun deck with views of the Washington Monument, children's wading pool and access to a spacious, grassy lawn with picnic benches.
TOURS & TRANSPORTATION DESK
Staffed with experts to assist with all transportation needs, including airport shuttle service, as well as Amtrak and Greyhound tickets. Guests can also purchase hop-on/hop-off passes for the Open-Top Sightseeing Tour Bus, which has an onsite stop at the hotel's T Street entrance operating daily. Tickets and arrangements can also be made for other city and sightseeing tours and rides, limos, sedans, group transportation and more.
HERTZ RENTAL CAR
Traveling is made easy with the onsite Hertz Rental Car outlet on the lobby level next to Guest Registration. Hertz offers a range of vehicles to suit your transportation needs - from sedans and luxury cars to sport utility vehicles and minivans.
Washington Hilton Valet Parking:
Washington Hilton Self-Park:
- 0-2 hours $22.00
- 2-24 hours $46.00
*The guest room key for Hotel guests acts as a 24 hour in and out pass for your convenience, allowing guests to come and go from the facility and parking will be charged to the guest room account. Please note that guests will be charged each time they leave the garage.
- 0-1 hour $13.00
- 1-2 hours $19.00
- 2-24 hours (overnight) $36.00
ADDITIONAL PARKING OPTIONS:
Universal South (Florida Ave. / near Rite Aid)
Universal North (T Street)
- Hours: 7 a.m. to midnight Mon - Sat; 4 p.m. - midnight on Sunday
- Rates: 1st hour or fraction thereof $8.00; over 1 hour $15.00
- Hours: 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. Monday to Friday; Closed on weekends
- Rates: 1 hour or less $8.00; over 1 hour $15.00; after 6:00 p.m. $8.00
Hotel Dining - Washington Hilton
AUTHENTIC REGIONAL CUSINE
THE DISTRICT LINE RESTAURANT
Neighborhood-inspired restaurant, serving fresh, creative dishes and hearty American comfort foods for breakfast and lunch. The menu showcases Mid-Atlantic seasonal ingredients and regionally-inspired dishes.
This lobby bar is a high-energy spot to plug-in, download, relax or network. TDL Bar serves handcrafted cocktails, regional wines and draft beers, along with small plates perfect for sharing. Unwind in the comfortable setting of large communal tables and intimate seating, easy-access electric outlets and complimentary Wi-Fi.
McCLELLAN'S SPORTS BAR
Our gastropub sports bar with 15 flat screen HDTVs, draft beers, classic cocktails and traditional dishes with a contemporary twist.
THE COFFEE BEAN & TEA LEAF
Grab your favorite drink on-the-go, whether it's hot brewed or blended with ice. The Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf offers gourmet coffee, creamy lattes and a wide selection of hand-plucked teas, along with house-made pastries, granola and yogurt mixes, fresh salads and filling sandwich - all grab-and-go for your busy day. Plenty of space to unwind with easy-access electric outlets and complimentary Wi-Fi.
Outdoor seating for dining and handcrafted drinks. Network by the fire pits, soothing water feature and sweeping skyline views.
Local Dining & Activities
NEIGHBORHOODS NEAR HOTEL
Lining Connecticut Avenue between the hotel and Dupont Circle are gastro-pubs, coffee shops, bistros and a lively, seasonal Sunday morning farmers' market - making the area one of D.C.'s trendiest neighborhoods, including the nation's first certified organic restaurant, Restaurant Nora. Four blocks south of the hotel is the Dupont Cirlcle Metro stop on the Red Line, which serves as quick transportation access to the National Mall, Union Station and Capitol Hill.
Just a block east of the hotel is the Adams Morgan neighborhood - a hip, cosmopolitan global village of world class cuisine, lounges and live music, with a variety of exciting restaurants and bars centered around 18th Street and Columbia Road.
U STREET CORRIDOR
Extending east from Adams Morgan within walking distance of the hotel, the U Street Corridor has boutique shops, cafes, bars and an authentic neighborhood ambiance dining scene. U Street is also home to jazz legend Duke Ellington and DC's famous Ben's Chili Bowl, which renowned for its chili half-smokes and customers Bill Cosby and President Obama.
Sprawling from Dupont Circle and a short walk from the hotel, sits the charming residential neighborhood of Embassy Row on Massachusetts Avenue, which is home to the political and social elite, featuring more than 50 embassies. There are more than 170 embassies in Washington, D.C.
Stroll to the Smithsonian National Zoo, located less than one mile from Washington Hilton along the picturesque tree-lined Connecticut Avenue. This free attraction is home to more than 2,000 animals, including DC's famous Giant Pandas. Events are held throughout the year, including a summer brew fest, Halloween trick-or-treating and holiday Zoolights.
ROCK CREEK PARK
Outdoor enthusiasts will also enjoy miles of scenic jogging trails just steps from the hotel in Rock Creek Park, which twice the size of New York's Central Park. Two miles north of the hotel, enjoy horseback riding or check out the family-friendly planetarium.
Nestled on a quaint street three blocks south of Washington Hilton sits the Phillips Collection - America's first museum of modern art. Its collection includes nearly 3,000 works by American and European artists, including Degas, Cezanne, van Gogh, Matisse, Picasso, O'Keeffe, and Renoir's famous Luncheon of the Boating Party.
Washington Hilton is located in the heart of the city's most vibrant neighborhoods, within walking distance to an eclectic mix of authentic, regional dining spots nearby. The culinary experiences vary from cozy bistros and bustling sports bars to flavorful international cuisine and Restaurant Nora - the nation's first certified organic restaurant.
Kramerbooks and Cafe
Maddy's Bar and Grille
New Heights Restaurant
Grill From Ipanema
City Lights of China
Filter Coffeehouse & Espresso Bar
Firehook Bakery & Coffeehouse
Bistro du Coin
Buca Di Beppo
Dupont Italian Kitchen
Hank's Oyster Bar
Ruth's Chris Steakhouse