Area Attractions

Our hotel sits within the West End neighborhood, adjacent to historic Georgetown. The West End is characterized by government embassies, luxury hotels, and fine dining restaurants. The neighborhood is home to the World Bank, IMF and U.S. State Department, as well as George Washington University and the Kennedy Center.

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Hyatt Place Washington DC/Georgetown/West End

2121 M St. NW
Washington, District of Columbia, United States of America, 20037

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​Local Food + Drink

Meiwah

The enormous windows and open-air aesthetic of this two-story restaurant complement the simple but tasty Chinese fare.

Rasika

Sit in a stylish turquoise booth for an upscale Indian feast of Sigri, Tawa and Tandoori cuisine.

Ris

The end-all-be-all bistro for New American-style food such as rich onion soup and hearty hamburgers.

Blue Duck Tavern

With locally sourced ingredients and a specialty in seasonal cuisine, the Tavern offers American classics in an open-kitchen layout.

​Local Attractions

Old Stone House

Visit the capital’s longest-standing building, which has remained unchanged since the Pre-Revolutionary era.

The White House

Take a photo of the most iconic building on Pennsylvania Avenue, not to mention the country.

Lincoln Memorial

The 16th president, and one of the nation’s most endearing, is memorialized at this impressive structure on the west end of the National Mall.

Georgetown Historic District

Georgetown is an insightful trip full of history and stories, which is why the entire neighborhood is a designated National Historic Landmark District.