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Local Food + Drink
Sit in a stylish turquoise booth for an upscale Indian feast of Sigri, Tawa and Tandoori cuisine.
Upscale American Bistro with outdoor terrace
Blue Duck Tavern
Michelin starred restaurant inside Park Hyatt hotel, offering locally sourced ingredients and seasonal cuisine with an open-kitchen layout
Internationally acclaimed chef brings high-end sushi and Japanese cuisine to discerning diners.
Regional favorite featuring Tex-Mex cuisine in a casual environment on Georgetown Waterfront
Farmers Fishers Bakers
Locally sourced and farmer owned American fare restaurant with weekend buffet brunch and Potomac River views.
Georgetown Historic District
Explore the charming sites of DC’s oldest neighborhood, including the Old Stone House, premier shopping, dining and stunning residential architecture.
Stroll along the Potomac and enjoy fantastic views, Michelin rated dining, and even kayaking or canoeing at the Key Bridge Boathouse.
Tour the campus of one of the country’s finest higher education institutions; just minutes away.
John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts
Don’t miss the chance to experience an award winning Broadway show and then enjoy sweeping views from the Roof Terrace Restaurant.
A popular Washington, D.C. neighborhood that stretches from the Potomac River to the western edge of Georgetown, bordered by the West End, a restaurant-rich zone next to Georgetown.
Rock Creek Park
Take some time away from the hustle and bustle of D.C. to enjoy a leisurely walk, run or even hike at Rock Creek Park. Located just five miles from our hotel, it is the perfect place to unwind after a busy day.
Boating in DC
Spend the day outdoors reserving a kayak, canoe, paddleboard or many other boats to have an adventure on the water. Boating in DC offers everything you may need to enjoy some summer fun alone or in groups. Rent from Key Bridge Boathouse located just a mile from our hotel or visit the website to find many other locations throughout D.C. to pick up your rental.
Chesapeake & Ohio Canal
Take a self guided walking tour on the C&O Canal Towpath. Walk this one and a half mile long path to get a glimpse into the history of this Canal Town.