The Graham Georgetown

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The Graham Georgetown, District of Columbia - United States Of America
The Graham Georgetown, District of Columbia - United States Of America
The Graham Georgetown, District of Columbia - United States Of America
The Graham Georgetown, District of Columbia - United States Of America
The Graham Georgetown, District of Columbia - United States Of America
The Graham Georgetown, District of Columbia - United States Of America
The Graham Georgetown, District of Columbia - United States Of America
The Graham Georgetown, District of Columbia - United States Of America
The Graham Georgetown, District of Columbia - United States Of America
The Graham Georgetown, District of Columbia - United States Of America
24 May 2022

One of the most affluent and historic areas of Washington D.C., Georgetown is at once traditional yet modern, a hub for the world’s leaders, innovators, and intelligentsia. The Graham is located in the heart of this unique residential neighborhood, a quiet and serene respite from D.C.’s dynamic urban center.

Our boutique hotel in D.C. has 57 spacious and chic guestrooms and suites, some of which feature private decks and terraces. Timeless luxury accompanies guests throughout the seven-floor premises, where Washington sophistication meets contemporary comforts. Enjoy our innovative amenities and personalized service from a world-class multilingual staff.

One of the premier luxury hotels in Georgetown DC, The Graham is ideal for both business and leisure travel, offering both close proximity to downtown D.C. and a vibrant and thriving local neighborhood, filled with plenty of shops, restaurants, bars, and beautiful scenery.

This Georgetown hotel attracts an array of guests, ranging from young professionals to families, and students alike. Nestled along a quiet and historic road, The Graham is a short walk away from the Potomac River, iconic M Street, and Washington Harbor and an easy commute to the National Mall.

Looking to visit universities and college campuses in and around Washington, DC? The Graham Georgetown is the perfect home-base, with plenty of schools just a short drive away.

The Graham’s historic Federalist facade and quaint street evoke a sense of history and tradition, while our spacious guestrooms and suites are modern and sophisticated.

Our Washington DC boutique hotel rooms feature chromatic accents and comfortable modern furnishings, along with oversized bathrooms adorned with marble accents.

Amenities such as down duvets and luxury bed linens by Liddell Ireland, Molton Brown bath products, and plush bathrobes add an extra touch for the discerning traveler.

King Suite Accessible
Our stylish open-floorplan King Suite features a large separate living space to relax or entertain, a bedroom area with a king size bed and a bathroom equipped with accessible features.

Additional features include two LED SMART TV’s with premium channels, Molton Brown-London bath amenities, mini bar and complimentary in-room coffee. King Suite accommodations also offer a king size pull-out sleeper sofa in the living space.

Double Queen Luxury
Luxury Double Queen guestrooms fit two queen beds comfortably and provide ample space to relax. Additional features include luxury pillow top mattress, spacious working desk, LED SMART TV with premium channels, Molton Brown-London bath amenities, mini bar and complimentary in-room coffee.

Peloton King Suite with Sofa Bed
The stylish open-floor-plan featuring a large separate living space to relax, entertain or get your work out in with a Peloton Bike. The bedroom area has a king size bed with a luxury pillow top mattress.

Additional features include two LED SMART TV with premium channels, Molton Brown – London Bath amenities, clock radio with blue tooth and MP3 connection, complimentary in-room coffee.

King Suite with Private Terrace
King Suite Terrace room has an over-sized spa style bath room that includes separate glass enclosed shower and over-sized soaking tub and private access to your own 200 sq. ft. terrace.

Features a large separate living space to relax or entertain, a bedroom area with a king size bed with a luxury pillow top mattress, an executive working desk, a plasma HDTV and a clock radio with blue tooth and MP3 connection.

The Graham Georgetown’s luxury guestrooms are appointed with bed linens by Liddell Ireland and Molton Brown – London Bath Amenities, complimentary in-room coffee.

The Alex is a tribute to prohibition. This Cozy speakeasy takes you back to the 1920s with a dash of modern swank. Enjoy a carefully crafted cocktail and a bite from our Chef selected shareables, or one of our weekly featured dishes.

Join us and enjoy your favorite rooftop bar in DC! The Rooftop at the Graham Georgetown features an all-new food menu and reconfigured seating to ensure a safe, clean and relaxing environment.

Operating seven days a week (times subject to change), everything that you’ve come to love – the friendly service, delicious drinks and the best views in Georgetown – is ready for your return!

The Rooftop at the Graham Georgetown lounge is the ideal location to impress out of town guests, watch spectacular sunsets, sip on the finest wines and spirits, and make new friends.

Lounge on the overstuffed sofas, listen to the cool lounge beats, and take in the sweeping views of historic Georgetown and Washington D.C., dotted with monuments and landmarks such as the Kennedy Center, the Washington Monument, and the skyline of Arlington, Virginia.

In the heart of Georgetown, near the banks of the Potomac River, our hotel in Georgetown is a hub for young professionals, families, and students alike.

A distinct residential feel makes guests feel right at home here, and close proximity to Downtown Washington, DC creates easy access to the city’s most famous museums, landmarks, and historical sites.

Guests visiting Washington, DC universities and college campuses will find The Graham to be an ideal central home-base, within driving distance of several schools and minutes away by foot to Georgetown’s iconic M Street and Washington Harbor.

For cultured travelers looking for luxury hotels in Georgetown, the Graham has it all. Unmatched in style, services, and location, this is the ideal destination for guests seeking sophistication and modernity in the heart of this charming neighborhood.

Among the 57 guestrooms, many feature private decks and terraces overlooking a Federalist facade, charming cobblestone streets and iconic Victorian architecture. Each room is highlighted with chromatic accents and comfortable furnishings, with marble covering the oversized bathroom walls and countertops.

No other hotel in Georgetown offers guests as many refined amenities as The Graham. In each room, guests can expect complimentary WiFi, Molton Brown bath products, and room-service catered by our very own restaurant and craft cocktail center—The Alex Craft Cocktail Cellar & Speakeasy.

To stay healthy while you’re our guest, take advantage of available fitness packages for your room (dumbbells, yoga mat, and resistance bands) or enjoy one of The Graham’s Peloton bikes.

Dumbarton Oaks
This dual-purpose destination doubles as a stunning garden and a world-class research library. Named the world’s sixth-best garden by National Geographic, Dumbarton Oaks provides peace and quiet just minutes from the center of America’s political epicenter.

The garden, tucked away just behind Georgetown’s beautiful old homes, harkens back to centuries past with its ornate large-scale floral designs.

Spagnuolo Art Gallery
This on-campus art gallery exhibits art in a wide variety of media, produced by Georgetown students and non-students alike. Recent exhibits include Colette Fu’s ultra-creative 3D pop-up Book Art and the more traditional Photographs by Benoy Behl, showcasing Asian art and heritage.

Textile Museum
Located just northeast of the Georgetown border near the campus of George Washington University, the Textile Museum provides a comprehensive look at textiles’ impact on America’s past, present and future.

The museum’s permanent collection consists of more than 19,000 rare and historic textiles, while current and upcoming exhibitions focus on textiles in the Civil War and ancient China.

Tudor Place Historic House and Garden
Known as “The Estate of the Nation,” Tudor Place sits high atop a hill, overlooking Georgetown and the Potomac River. The house — which is accessible via tours and tea sessions — and the gardens are carefully preserved to maintain their original early 19th-century character.

Healy Hall
A standout among standouts, Healy Hall is Georgetown’s most acclaimed piece of architecture. This National Historic Landmark was constructed in 1882 and still stands as a stunning example of Romanesque architecture at its most grand.

The massive building is one of the centerpieces of the Georgetown University campus, holding academic and administrative offices.

The Old Stone House
The oldest house in Washington D.C. sits right in the heart of Georgetown. Maintained and administered by the National Park Service, this classic 1765 structure predates Georgetown University, the Graham Georgetown, and even the United States of America itself.

Oak Hill Cemetery
This historic 22-acre cemetery is home to the graves of many of the famous politicians, diplomats, and military figures that made D.C. the cosmopolitan city that it is today. D.C. denizens and visitors alike walk the hallowed rows, searching for the headstones of eight U.S. senators, two diplomats, two judges, and others.

Georgetown Waterfront Park
Running, biking, and relaxing are the three most popular pastimes in this expansive and scenic riverfront park. Stretching along the banks of the Potomac, this stretch of greenery provides a 10-acre escape from the bustle of the city, just steps from Georgetown’s shops and restaurants.

The Mansion on O street
Located in the nation’s capital, The O is located in a series of five interconnected town houses that includes over 100 rooms and over 70 secret doors. O Street Museum offers an immersive, tactile experience making it one of DC’s most unique attractions.

Guests will leaf through manuscripts, touch sculpture, hear rare studio cuts, and tour through an array of diverse exhibits, architectural styles, secret doors, and our legendary themed rooms — like the Log Cabin, the John Lennon Suite, the Safari room, and Mrs.

Rosa Parks room (her home-away-from-home for nearly 10 years). Offering tours, scavenger hunts, and many more services.

Rooms: 57
Price: from 392 EUR per night


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