The Look & Experience
This stylish hotel on P Street in the Dupont Circle neighbourhood is world renowned for its modern and art focused design. Minutes from an electrifying nightlife, top restaurants and incredible art galleries, the Palomar Washington DC offers guests a memorable stay in the US capital.
Bed & Bath
Elegant, boutique guestrooms that are among the most spacious in the city.
About Your Stay
The Palomar Washington DC located on P Street in the Dupont Circle neighbourhood is one stylish and sophisticated hotel that is well worth experiencing.
The hotel is perfectly situated just a short stroll from many of Washington DC’s iconic sights including Georgetown, the National Mall and The White House and it is a prime perch for culture vultures aiming to explore the city’s top art galleries and buzzing nightlife.
After a day full day of sightseeing, enjoy tasty treats and cocktails at the hotel’s chic restaurant Urbana. Guests will be able to keep in shape by workout out in the state-of-the-art gym or swimming in the heated outdoor pool. From the stylish sundeck, you will be able to gaze out at killer views of the most powerful city in the entire world.
An unforgettable stay at this urban DC retreat awaits for every visitor.
At the Hotel
Be just a short stroll away from The White House, Georgetown and the National Mall
Located in the Dupont Circle neighborhood it is a prime perch to explore Washington DC's top art galleries, restaurants, and nightlife
Stay in some of the most spacious guestrooms in the city
Heated Outdoor Pool
In Room Spa Services
24 Hour Fitness Centre
Outdoor Pool (open seasonally)
Be In the Know
Gadsby's Tavern is one historic Washington DC bar that you definitely have to visit. It opened its doors in 1792 and it is known as a hangout of the first five US Presidents. This is where they enjoyed to be imbibed and to be entertained. After enjoying a pint here you will discover a museum next to the tavern. The original ice well is one attraction not to be missed. As ice was difficult to come by all those years ago, it needed to be cut from the river and hauled up hill.
Grab a drink at the swanky Bohemian Caverns on U Street. It is one of the oldest jazz clubs and a joy to visit. Bohemian Caverns has provided unbelievable nights of live jazz and candlelight since it opened as "Club Caverns" in 1926.
The Dubliner on Capitol Hill has been pouring the best pints of Guinness for locals and visitors alike since the pub came into being in 1974. Every Irish Prime Minister has had the pleasure of visiting this bar on their annual St. Patrick’s Day visit to the American capital. Come and see what all the fuss is about and try the best pint of Guinness outside of the Emerald Isle.
14K Restaurant and Lounge (202-218-7524) located in the heart of Washington DC’s business district is one New York eatery worth experiencing. The restaurant serves up an eclectic New American menu. Executive Chef Duane Keller only uses the finest ingredients and offers creative seasonal menu selections. Enjoy panoramic views of Franklin Square Park.
Art and Soul (202-393-7777) was the brainchild of the award winning chef Art Smith. This 221 seat dining destination serves up fresh and modern regional dishes. Well worth a splurge.
If you are looking to enjoy an elegant night on the tiles, 2100 Prime (202-835-2100)
is the perfect spot to experience a delightful meal in stunning surroundings. Come and savour the contemporary menu and wash it down with a top wine or an expertly crafted cocktail.
Explore Georgetown’s hip boutiques or visit Jeweller’s Werk Galerie, in Caddy’s Alley which is a top jewellery retailer or visit the Easter Market at Capitol Hill/Barracks Row which is one of the country’s best markets.
At Dupont Circle visitors to Washington DC will be dazzled by the large numbers of chic boutiques where they will be able to splurge on the decadent.
Visit & Experience
Explore the Smithsonian
Begin your Washington DC tour at the Smithsonian Institution Building. You will be able to choose from 19 museums which cover a wide range of subjects from space exploration to art. Most of the museums have interactive exhibitions which are great fun for the entire family.
Visit the National Monuments and Memorials
Washington DC’s national monuments are a major hit with visitors to the US capital. They are located throughout the city. The best way of exploring all of Washington DC’s monuments is by taking in a sightseeing tour. At night the memorials are lit up beautifully with many remaining open late and offering panoramic views of the city.
The White House
Come and visit the most famous address in Washington DC – 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue. It has been the residency of every US President since 1800. You never know, you might get a glimpse of the President of the First Family.
The US Capitol Building and the US Supreme Court
Explore the US Capitol Building and the US Supreme Court. Here visitors will see the real workings of a democratic government at play. If you wish to avail of visiting these important instruments of US government, you will need to plan your tour through a Congressional Representative.
Enjoy a romantic stroll through Georgetown, Washington DC’s historic waterfront which today bustles with activity. It is a prime perch for shopaholics as streets are lined with hip boutiques and top restaurants. Don’t forget to admire the historic sights and stroll along Washington Harbour with unparalleled views of the Potomac River.
Explore Mount Vernon
Visit the 500-acre estate of George Washington and his family, and tour the 14-room mansion that is beautifully restored and furnished with original objects dating back to the 1740s. Be sure to plan enough time to tour the outbuildings, including the kitchen, slave quarters, smokehouse, coach house and stables. Mount Vernon Estate is located in Northern Virginia, just minutes from Washington, DC.
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