Area Attractions

Located in the fashionable West End, our luxury hotel is near the White House and Georgetown, and is close to many iconic attractions, landmarks, and trendy shopping districts. Whether you wish to tour DC attractions as a group, couple, or solo, our concierge is on hand to help you put together a fun itinerary featuring exciting things to do in the area. Surrounded by the energy of Washington, D.C., Park Hyatt Washington D.C. offers many hotel activities for relaxing and recharging, including our sky-lit indoor saltwater heated pool, whirlpool, intimate Spa Room, and 24-hour fitness center.





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Park Hyatt Washington D.C.

1201 24th Street, NW
Washington, D.C., USA, 20037



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Outdoor Activities

Nearby golf courses

Hains Point at East Potomac Park - This 300 acre peninsula located between the Washington Channel and the Potomac River is on the south side of the Tidal Basin. The park features many of Washington's famous cherry trees, has terrific views of the city and has an 18-hole public golf course. Reston National Golf Club - Among Northern Virginia's favorite 18-hole classic golf courses, Reston was designed by the legendary Ed Ault and is a great place to learn, practice, and play golf. Please make tee-time arrangements through our concierge. Potomac Ridge Golf Club - Conveniently located near Washington D.C., this 18-hole course offers lakes on three holes and streams on five. Please make tee-time arrangements through our concierge.

Monuments and Memorials

Jefferson Memorial

Read the immortal words of the Declaration of Independence; then admire the Pantheon-style building from a paddleboat on the Tidal Basin.

Lincoln Memorial

Imagine the immortal words of the Gettysburg Address while gazing at the craggy lines of the 16th president’s face. This memorial is very dramatic at night.

Vietnam Veterans Memorial

Renowned for its power to evoke reflection, the memorial was conceived by a former infantry corporal who served in Vietnam.

Historic Sites

The White House

Based on the Georgian design of Leister Hall in Dublin, Irishman James Hoban’s plan for the executive mansion was selected in a 1792 contest. Due to heightened security, you’ll need to make arrangements to tour the White House at least three months in advance through the office of your member of Congress.

Arlington National Cemetery

Many visitors are surprised to find the iconic Iwo Jima Marine Corp Memorial here. Other popular sites on the Cemetery grounds include the Kennedy burial site, Arlington House (former home of Confederate General Robert E. Lee), and the Tomb of the Unknown Soldiers.

Washington Monument

Take in all of the District and miles of Maryland and Virginia from the top of this iconic obelisk.


United States Holocaust Memorial Museum

– Man’s inhumanity to man is documented in this solemn tribute to the millions killed by the Nazis between 1933 and 1945.

The National Gallery of Art and Sculpture Garden

Smithsonian Museums (partial list)

National Air & Space Museum

Natural History Museum

National Museum of the American Indian

National Museum of African Art

Performing Arts

American Film Institute Silver Theatre and Cultural Center

The AFI hosts film retrospectives, festivals, and tributes celebrating artists from Jimmy Stewart to John Malkovich.