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Washington Court Hotel

Washington, DC


Luxury and Elegance on Capitol Hill

The Collection

Sleek, eclectic, and sophisticated, our four-star hotel is only steps away from such beloved D.C. landmarks as the National Mall, the U.S. Capitol Building, and Union Station. We offer 16 stories of spacious accommodations, in addition to meeting and banquet space, locally-sourced dining, a bar, gift shop, and 24-hour fitness center. Our multilingual staff takes pride in providing outstanding service. We also welcome four-legged travelers, and provide hassle-free, onsite parking.

    • Address

    • 525 New Jersey Avenue NW
      Washington, D.C. 20001
    • Space

    • 264 rooms and suites
    • Dining

    • Bistro 525, the Federal City Bar, and room service (limited hours)
    • Amenities

    • - Valet parking (fee)
      - PD docking stations
      - 24-hour fitness facilities
      - Italian marble bathrooms
    • ADA Amenities

    • - Wider access entry hall
      - Wider access bathroom door
      - View Full Policy
white bed with brown pillow and a grey couch next to it

Elegant, Spacious D.C. Style


Offering a selection of views and 265 room options, our accommodations overlook either the D.C. skyline, the Capitol Building, or our stunning glass atrium. You’ll sleep well on platform beds with pillowtop mattresses, surrounded by décor accented with black and white photography and Italian marble. PURE bath products and other thoughtful amenities will enhance your stay.

meeting room with conference table set with notepads and water cups

Power Up Your Meetings Meetings

  • 19rooms
  • 20,000sq ft of event space


  • A/V specialists
  • Central location
  • Custom catering
  • Valet parking (fee)
  • Near Union Station
  • Free Wi-Fi

Stay and Save


Enjoy a 20% discount off our best available rate, plus late checkout of 1:00 p.m., complimentary upgrade, and early check-in based on availability. Offer includes discounted resort fee from $25 to $10. Three-night minimum stay required. No deposit required at time of booking. Additional taxes and fees apply.


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