Area Attractions

Wherever you roam, Hyatt Regency Washington on Capitol Hill is the perfect place to begin your adventures. From our hotel, stroll on Capitol Hill and start with a tour of the U.S. Capitol Building. Next, visit the Smithsonian museums, stop for a photo op in front of the White House, root for the home team at the Washington Nationals game, or make a reservation at one of D.C.’s top-ranked restaurants (take our word and Michelin’s—there are many). When in Washington, D.C., the city is best experienced from the heart of all that history and more.





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Hyatt Regency Washington on Capitol Hill

400 New Jersey Avenue, NW
Washington, District of Columbia, United States of America, 20001



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Historical Attractions

Arlington National Cemetery

Pay tribute to service members at this final resting place for American soldiers, which also hosts the burial ground of President John F. Kennedy.

U.S. Capitol Building

Steps from Hyatt Regency Washington on Capitol Hill stands the distinctive dome of this noted government structure, where the House of Representatives and Senate meet.

Washington Monument

This unique obelisk, named after America’s first president, towers over the National Mall’s green space and collection of majestic memorials.

Museums & Culture

John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts

Enjoy theatrical performances, live concerts, dance recitals, and guided tours at this legendary cultural center.

National Air and Space Museum

As part of the Smithsonian, the National Air and Space Museum takes you through America’s space exploration program via interactive displays and historical artifacts.

Parks & Recreation

Anacostia Park

There’s plenty of activity to hold your interest at this waterside national park, including trails, picnic sites, golf, fishing, and even a roller-skating rink.

Rock Creek Park

This urban park includes hiking trails, tennis courts, a golf course, wildlife programs led by park rangers, and an amphitheater that hosts an array of presentations.

National Mall

Despite the name, this famed D.C. destination isn’t a shopping center, but an impressive assemblage of memorials honoring Abraham Lincoln, Franklin Delano Roosevelt, Martin Luther King Jr., and veterans, with each of the tall structures lined along a grassy space.

United States Botanic Garden

Marvel at both native and exotic plants on the sprawling grounds of this garden, including a gallery of rare flora and a butterfly garden.

Culinary Experiences

District Doughnut

While you’re spending a morning touring the sights of D.C., stop for a quick dose of sugar at this charming bakery, which offers highly creative flavors (think brown butter, cherry pie, and baklava), alongside more traditional varieties of doughnuts from a rotating menu.

Hank’s Oyster Bar

Enjoy a taste of New England at this breezy spot, noted for its Maryland-style crab cakes, hearty Italian brunch with a pasta bar, and lively happy hour scene.

Ted’s Bulletin

Beloved by locals and visitors alike, this Art Deco spot serves hearty suppers at night, and homestyle breakfast treats such as flaky pop tarts and fluffy pancakes all day long.