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The Everything Family Guide To Washington D.C.: All the best hotels, restaurants, sites, and attractions in the nation's capital (Everything: Travel and History)
The Everything Family Guide To Washington D.C.: All the best hotels, restaurants, sites, and attractions in the nation's capital (Everything: Travel and History)
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Washington DC - Penn Quarter: Hotel Washington
Washington DC - Penn Quarter: Hotel Washington
The Hotel Washington, currently the W Washington D.C., at 515 15th Street NW, is Washington's oldest hotel in continuous use, first opening in 1918. It is best known for its roof deck, which today as the W's POV, boasts some of the best views of the city. Designed by Carrere and Hastings,the steel-frame structure is sheathed in veneers of pale, smooth stone below the third story, and in similar-hued brick above. Liver colored sgraffito decorations, designs scratched into layered plaster, encircle the upper floors' windows. The building's main frieze incorporates images of American presidents. National Register #95000352 (1995)
LED Chandelier (Red), W Hotel Washington
LED Chandelier (Red), W Hotel Washington
The W Hotel Washington has been open for one week (as of July 14, 2009). It is one of the hottest destinations in the city. A line forms behind a velvet rope, visitors hoping to get a spot at the hugely popular rooftop bar that has a marvelous view over the central city. There's no wait for a drink in the "Living Room" (lobby bar). The bar is lighted by the venerable Washington Hotel's chandeliers, but with a touch -- new LED accent lighting in each chandelier. The two drinks in these photos are a cosmo and a Kettal One martini. DC090714-S11146-WHotel-LivingRoom-LEDChandelier

the w hotel washington
the w hotel washington
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