A Global Hotel for
World Bank & IMF Travelers
A Global Hotel for World Bank & IMF Travelers
Just a Ten-Minute Walk to World Bank & IMF
Situated just six blocks from the World Bank and International Monetary Fund, West End part of the Georgetown Collection delivers a curated experience for the global traveler. As you settle into your residential suite, you’ll notice we’ve thought of everything — service tailored to your needs, amenities for the well-traveled guest, and excellence in even the smallest details.
Located at the crossroads of the historic Georgetown, vibrant Dupont Circle, and picturesque Foggy Bottom neighborhoods, West End part of the Georgetown Collection offers an exclusive World Bank Rate to deliver pied-a-terre experience for your business travels in the Capital of the World.
Exclusive World Bank Rate
Rates Starting at $159
West End part of the Georgetown Collection proudly offers exclusive special rates to those traveling for business at the World Bank and International Monetary Fund. Book this negotiated, flat rate directly through this website to get our guaranteed best price for your stay.
Getting to World Bank & IMF
While it’s only a 10-minute walk to the World Bank and IMF from the hotel, you might choose other transportation options such as Uber or Lyft. While a handful of different Metro buses run down Pennsylvania Ave, they likely won't save you much time since West End part of the Georgetown Collection is so close to the World Bank and IMF.
Distance to World Bank & IMF: Seven Blocks | 0.6 mile
Uber and Lyft Estimate: Standard: $6.00 | Luxury: $15.00
Hotel Parking: Typically $15.00 to $40.00 per night. We’ve partnered with SpotHero, the nation’s leading parking reservation app, to offer you the best rates.
World Bank & IMF Parking: Ample lot parking nearby ranging from $17.00 to $29.00 for 10 hours.
Boutique Suites and Amenities
We Make You Feel at Home in the Capital of the World
Your boutique Washington, DC hotel suite is the perfect reward at the end of a day well lived. After you've presented at World Bank or excelled in your negotiations, your residential yet luxurious accommodations await. Curated to suit your cosmopolitan lifestyle, your West End pied-à-terre delivers a sumptuous, soothing, and personal travel experience for the modern businessperson. Your apartment-style suite includes:
- Living Room with a Separate Bedroom
- Italian Marble Bathroom with Luxe Bath Products
- Free, Fast, and Reliable WiFi
- In-Suite Refrigerator and Microwave
- Complimentary Deluxe Continental Breakfast
- In-Suite Coffee and Tea Maker
- Fax, Copy, and Printing Services
- Safe-Deposit Box
- Spacious Work Desk with Ample Ports & Plugs
When you’re traveling to the World Bank or IMF offices, West End part of the Georgetown Collection is your Georgetown residence. With a central location, classic and detailed amenities, and unrivaled group rates, our all-suites hotel is among the city's premier room block destinations. Our boutique accommodations and cosmopolitan style are just what you need after a long day of seminars, speaking on panels, or playing tourist with colleagues in the city.
Last-Minute Travel Items
When you have pressing life or business needs, being at the center of a thriving DC neighborhoods helps. At West End part of the Georgetown Collection, you'll be steps from last-minute printing, shipping, and personal care stores:
UPS Store: 2 blocks from World Bank & IMF; 2 blocks from the hotel
FedEx Print & Ship: 3 blocks from World Bank & IMF
Whole Foods Market: 3 blocks from the hotel
CVS: 2 blocks from the hotel
Clothing, Banks, and Grocery: within 2 to 4 blocks of hotel
Pro Tips for Visiting the World Bank & IMF
- As might be expected, security is tight at these locations. Refrain from carrying large bags or anything prohibited by TSA.
- In case you want to venture out during your lunch break, the closest Metro stop to the World Bank and IMF is Farragut West.
- Need an afternoon break? Head to DC’s famous Swing’s Coffee Roasters (less than 2 blocks away) and stroll through the grounds of George Washington University (3 blocks away).
- The cafeteria at the World Bank—believe it or not—gets rave and resounding reviews in DC. It’s been described as “meals from around the world prepared by people from around the world.” They offer African stews, Southeast Asian soups, Indian breads, sushi, and so much more.
Dining Near World Bank and IMF
The World Bank and IMF offices are nestled among dozens of phenomenal restaurants, cafes, and bistros. Whether you're looking for a quick, healthy lunch to keep you energized or an upscale dinner to celebrate a successful day of business, you'll find local gems within steps of these global offices.
Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner | 2 blocks from World Bank & IMF
The award-winning Founding Farmers restaurant is an urban farmhouse where guests gather to enjoy sustainably sourced, seasonally driven dishes. From cold-pressed juices and hearty American-style breakfasts to homemade soups and pastas, the evolving menu offers something for all appetites. Farm-to-table enthusiasts will appreciate their unique approach to the restaurant business: they are owned by a collective group of 47,000 American farmers.
Lunch & Dinner | 2 blocks from World Bank & IMF
As DC’s oldest Peruvian restaurant, El Chalan has always had a committed following. But in the last few years, it’s gained popularity as a younger generation rediscovered this gem that serves up authentic Peruvian dishes like aji de gallina, ceviche, and lomo saltado. Also not to be missed: cinnamon-topped Pisco Sours.
Lunch & Dinner | 4 blocks from World Bank & IMF
Named Outstanding Chef by James Beard and internationally recognized for his achievements, Jose Andres opened the fast-casual Beefsteak with an emphasis on seasonal vegetables and healthy fare. Excellent for a quick and delicious lunch or late-night dinner.
Lunch & Dinner | 5 blocks from World Bank & IMF
Known among the locals as the finest kosher meat restaurant in the city, Char Bar provides the most distinct deli sandwiches, BBQ, steaks, and burgers you'll find in Washington DC. It’s also directly on your route back to West End part of the Georgetown Collection, so it’s a good spot to decompress in your local neighborhood.