Attractions

Washington DC Area Guide

  • The Anthem – Located in the District Wharf, Anthem is the place to see popular artists and entertainment in Washington DC.
  • Capital One Arena – Enjoy your favorite sports teams from the comfort of this indoor arena, home to the Washington Capitals and Washington Wizards.
  • DC Armory – The original headquarters and training barracks for the National Guard now serves the community’s competitive edge, with indoor soccer events, as well as world-tour concerts.
  • District Wharf – A daytrip destination for everyone but guests at Hyatt Place Washington D.C./National Mall, the Wharf offers brand-new waterfront restaurants and shops along the marina.
  • Jefferson Memorial – The 3rd president is the leader most think of when the Founding Fathers are mentioned, and this memorial commemorates his enormous legacy.
  • Lincoln Memorial – Opposite the Washington Monument sits the 16thpresident, commonly ranked as the country’s finest to hold the office.
  • Museum of the Bible – Delve into the stories, history and impact of The Bible at this new facility opening in November.
  • National Mall – Encompassing some of the world’s most recognizable monuments, memorials and museums, the National Mall is the preeminent destination of Washington D.C.
  • National Museum of African American History & Culture – A popular and important branch of the Smithsonian collection, the museum provides an in-depth look at American history and African American experiences.
  • Nationals Park – Celebrate America’s favorite pastime from the nation’s capital. The home ballpark for the Washington Nationals is a classic stop for out-of-town sports fans.
  • Pearl Street Warehouse – Take in big time sound in a venue where every seat feels like the front-row. From rock to country to rhythm and blues and more, there’s always something different for music fans to enjoy.
  • Smithsonian Institution – Visit the series of museums, zoos and galleries that make the name Smithsonian synonymous with high-quality research and historical archives.
  • Union Stage – From live shows, to private events, to the tap room and food menu, there is plenty of reasons to enjoy the nightlife of Union Stage located in the DC Wharf area.
  • United States Capitol – Snap a photo of the iconic dome that houses the legislative branch.
  • Verizon Center – Drive to Chinatown, or ride the Washington Metro, to reach NBA Wizards basketball or NHL Capitals hockey at Verizon Center, formerly MCI Center.
  • Walter E. Washington Convention Center – The only convention center worth its salt in the city, this building with 2 million sq. ft. of function space is only 2 miles from our hotel.
  • Washington Monument – Instantly recognizable, the monument dedicated to the 1st president towers due east of the Reflection Pond.
  • The White House – No building is more iconic to Washington D.C. and the country. Walk along the gates of 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue today.

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