A hip attitude and class style combine at the W Hotel which offers a view of the White House from the high-style rooftop bar and our guests revel in sleek and sophisticated rooms. This 10-story Beaux Arts building is the city's oldest hotel. You wouldn't know it from the 317 black-and-white rooms which have chic leather furnishings and high-tech toys like iPod docks and 37-inch flat-panel TVs. The cloud-soft beds are covered with 350-thread-count sheets and luxe duvets and feature cool backlit headboards. Frosted-glass showers in the bathrooms are stocked with high-end hair and body products. For more pampering there's also a full-service spa as well as a fitness center with weights and cardio machines. Have a cocktail in the lobby bar head up to the top-floor lounge POV with its sweeping views of the city for meals and drinks or head to the hotel restaurant Pinea for dining or for a bourbon at the Root Cellar Whiskey Bar on its lower level. The hotel overlooks the White House and is near all the most popular sights. The National Mall and its collection of Smithsonian museums and galleries is an eight-minute stroll. Other easily walkable destinations include the Old Post Office (10 minutes) and the National Archives (15 minutes). Within a few blocks are dozens of restaurants that locals love. Three stations of the speedy subway system?Metro Center McPherson Square and Federal Triangle?are within a few blocks. Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport is five miles away and a cinch to reach via the Metro.
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