Features Overview

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1. C&O Canal

Right next to us!

Whether you’re running, biking, or just taking a leisurely stroll, the canal is a lovely change of pace from the crowded M Street sidewalks. Wondering where all the water is right now? Georgetown's C&O Canal is in the middle of an exciting restoration!



2. Georgetown Waterfront Park

0.25 mi from the property

Avoid the evening rush hour and spend happy hour outside enjoying the music, fountains and waterside views at Georgetown Waterfront Park. 


3. Washington monument

1.75 mi from the property

Gaze up at this iconic obelisk, the defining feature of the District’s skyline and one of the nation’s most recognizable structures. Maintained by the National Park Service, the Washington Monument is located on the center of the National Mall between the U.S. Capitol and Lincoln Memorial


4. The White House 

1.39 mi from the property

The home of every U.S. president except George Washington. Tours of the White House have been expanded to include parties of 10 or more people. Tour requests MUST be made through one's member of Congress and will be accepted up to 6 months in advance; tours are scheduled approximately one month before the requested date. 


5. Tidal Basin

1.85 mi from the property

It was created in the late 19th century as part of West Potomac Park to provide recreational space and as a means for draining the Washington Channel after high tide. Visitors are drawn to the area because of its beauty, especially during Cherry Blossom season in late March and early April.


6. National Mall

2.28 mi from the property

The National Mall is America’s most visited national park, where the past, present and future come together. The monuments and memorials in this park honor American forefathers and heroes who paid the ultimate sacrifice in service to this country. From the “I Have a Dream” speech to the AIDS Quilt, the Mall is the national stage where movements and celebrations take place, where people gather to have their voices heard.