Area Attractions

Located in the West End neighborhood near Georgetown, our luxury Washington, D.C., hotel is situated between Embassy Row and the White House and within walking distance to Dupont Circle and Foggy Bottom Metro station. Guests will enjoy being close to The John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts, famous National Monuments, popular shopping districts, and delicious dining options. Let our concierge help you plan your D.C. itinerary.

Park Hyatt Washington D.C.

1201 24th Street, NW
Washington, D.C., United States, 20037



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National Monuments in DC

Washington Monument

Situated in the heart of the National Mall, this stone obelisk rises more than 550 feet above the city and honors our first president. From the observation deck, you can see all of D.C. and miles into Maryland and Virginia.

Thomas Jefferson Memorial

Across the Tidal Basin from the Washington Monument stands a memorial honoring our third president, the principal author of the Declaration of Independence. Read the immortal words engraved into the stone as you admire the Pantheon-style building.

Lincoln Memorial

At the west end of the National Mall, looking out over the Reflecting Pool, the Lincoln Memorial stands in remembrance of our 16th president. Visit this memorial in the evening for an awe-inspiring view as you contemplate his powerful legacy.

Vietnam Veterans Memorial

One of the city's most powerful memorials, this memorial honors the men and women who served the United States and lost their lives in this controversial war. Its reflective black granite lists the names of more than 58,000 heroes.

Arts & Culture

The Phillips Collection

America's first museum of modern art is home to a permanent collection of more than 4,000 masterworks. The museum also hosts a rotating roster of short-term exhibitions, and Philips Music concerts emphasize the links between visual art and music.

The John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts

Find your passion at the home of the National Symphony Orchestra and Washington National Opera. With its newest addition, the REACH cultural campus, The Kennedy Center offerings include accessible, community-centric programming, as well as theater, dance, and music.

National Museum of African American History and Culture

Immerse yourself in the richness of African American culture and its influence on America. Museum holdings range from historical artifacts to contemporary artwork, and regular tours delve more deeply into individual collections.

Smithsonian Museum of Natural History

This famed museum houses the largest natural history collection in the world and the David H. Koch Hall of Fossils. See everything from an 80-foot dinosaur skeleton and a life-size model of a blue whale to the 45.5 carat Hope Diamond.



Located in the nearby Downtown and Convention Center area, CityCenterDC is for those with an eye for luxury, hosting a range of high-end designers from Zadig & Voltaire® to Hermes®. While shopping, you can also enjoy a lunch to suit any taste.


This picturesque neighborhood is one of the city's oldest, with cobblestone streets and some restored centuries-old homes. Enjoy fine dining, fashionable shopping, Potomac River views, various sightseeing tours, and plenty of seasonal activities.

Dupont Circle

In this lively neighborhood, you’ll enjoy an array of boutique shops that range from Buffalo Exchange to Marine Layer, as well as bookstores, bars, and restaurants all along the Connecticut Avenue strip.

West End

If you are new to this well-kept, tranquil secret, you are in for a treat. Here at our home base, you'll find many fantastic restaurants as well as historic Washington Circle, a serene spot for relaxing during your city explorations.

Fall Activities

Theatre Week

Discover Washington, D.C.’s plethora of incredible talent at our annual Theatre Week. From September 21st – October 8th, celebrate the beginning of the D.C. theatre season with discounted tickets, a kickoff fest featuring performances and discussions, and more to cultivate your inner thespian.

World Culture Festival

Washington, D.C. is home to the fourth annual World Culture Festival, held on the National Mall. Admire cultural dances, savor delicious flavors, and enjoy musical stylings from around the globe. This cultural celebration highlights voices and talents from all over the world with festivities specially curated to highlight our differences and foster unity.


The famed festivities of Germany’s Oktoberfest are alive at Washington, D.C.’s Biergarten Haus. Dabble in the spirit of Oktoberfest with Stein Hoisting Competitions every Thursday, and test your endurance with one of the world’s oldest drinking games. Or relax with friends and try an array of flavorful Germany brews fit for the season.

Fall Wine Festival & Sunset Tour

Explore George Washington’s famous Mount Vernon estate and sip on unlimited samples from Virginia’s finest wineries. From October 5th – 8th, guests can recline on the East Lawn as the sun sets while sampling a selection of fine wine from 20 local wineries and vineyards.