Yes. Guests will find plenty of parking right across the street at the Ritz Carlton garage for $27 per 24 hours, as well as several lots and street parking nearby. Our concierge can help you with local parking and directions.
Yes. You can start every day with a complimentary breakfast, with hard-boiled eggs, bagels and cream cheese, sausage gravy and biscuits, waffles and maple syrup, wheat toast, English muffins, pastries, cereal, and coffee in the Club Room.
Yes. The Georgetown Inn West End is within walking distance (0.2 mile) to the Foggy Bottom Metro so you can easily get anywhere in Washington, DC. Our hotel is also within steps of Georgetown University, Dupont Circle and the National Mall with its iconic monuments and memorials.
Yes. Our boutique hotel near Georgetown offers four types of spacious suites with separate bedrooms and large living rooms with a flat-screen TVs, free Wi-Fi, work desks, and kitchenettes with a refrigerator, microwave, and coffee maker. Our suites and studios invite you to work, relax and stretch out in the heart of Washington, DC's most vibrant neighborhood.
When you stay at the Georgetown Inn West End, it's easy to stay connected to home and office. Our hotel offers complimentary Wi-Fi in all rooms and suites, as well as meeting and public spaces. We also offer a business center with a computer, printer, and fax.
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The Georgetown Inn West End offers a convenient location in the heart of Washington DC's Foggy Bottom neighborhood, just step from Georgetown and Dupont Circle. Our hotel is within walking distance (0.2 mile) of the Foggy Bottom Metro Station (Orange/Blue Lines) and the Dupont Circle Metro Station (Red Line) so getting around DC is easy.
The Georgetown Inn West End is within walking distance of Dupont Circle and the vibrant West End neighborhood that surrounds it. The West End and Dupont Circle area boast a lively dining and nightlife culture with a diversity of restaurants, cafes, and bars. We are a short walk to some of Dupont Circle's best restaurants including Hank's Oyster Bar, Blue Duck Tavern, The Palm, James Hoban's Irish Restaurant & Bar, The Gryphon, Komi, Little Sesame, Floriana, Agora, and CAVA. For the best brunch in town with bottomless mimosas, head to Brick Lane.
The Georgetown Inn West End is only a few blocks from the historic Georgetown neighborhood of Washington, DC. We are within a short walk to Georgetown's eclectic dining scene and many incredible restaurants, including 1789 Restaurant, The Tombs, Farmers & Fishers, Pizzeria Paradiso, Kafe Leopold, Cafe Miliano, and the renowned Clyde's of Georgetown.
The Georgetown Inn West End is about 2 miles from Union Station, DC's major transportation hub for train travel. Here you can catch Amtrak trains to major Northeast cities, including Baltimore, MD, Philadelphia, PA, Boston, MA and New York City, NY. For a complete list of destinations, click here.
Washington, DC is an exciting destination, packed with our country's most iconic landmarks, government offices, major corporations, and amazing sights and attractions. That said, DC also has some of the worst traffic congestion in the US. The good news is that DC is safe and offers logically laid-out streets and convenient public transportation so you can easily explore DC by train, bus, bike, and foot. The best way to get around Washington, DC Washington, DC is via Metrorail and Metrobus, which operates from 5 a.m. to midnight on weekdays and from 7 a.m. to midnight on weekends.
Another great way to discover our nation's capital and avoid the traffic is on the DC Circulator. This bus is only $1 per ride and travels along six routes to points of interest throughout the District. Hop on and explore neighborhoods such as Adams Morgan, Dupont Circle, Georgetown, Woodley Park, U Street and Capitol Hill. The bus also offers a dedicated route to the National Mall so you can reach DC's majestic monuments and memorials in no time. These buses run every 10 minutes.
If you feel like getting around on two wheels, the Capital Bikeshare has over 350 stations across DC, Virginia, and Maryland, and has a fleet of more than 3,000 bicycles.