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Wellness Factors

  • Fitness Programs

    Fitness Programs

    Roof top Yoga (seasonal)

  • Vegetarian Food Options

    Vegetarian Food Options

    on property + in room

  • Massage Services

    Massage Services

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Green Features

  • Eco-Friendly Bath Products

  • Recycle Program

    glass, paper, cardboard, plastic, metal

  • EV Stations

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Community Impact

  • Community Charity


  • Employee Volunteer Hours

    3 hrs/once a month at S.O.M.E

  • Local Farmers Program

    DuPont Circle Farmers Market

  • Donates Back

    Some Suite, 5% of profits goes back to S.O.M.E

Set in the historic Dupont Circle of Washington, D.C., enjoy the kindness shared at Embassy Row Hotel. 

The Setting

We’ll get right to it - D.C. is having its moment, no we’re not talking about that moment, we’re talking about the explosion of culture and diversity that has garnered the highest praise from some well known worldwide tastemakers. Of course, you know the countless historic landmarks and museums, but did you know D.C’s art scene has been established as one of the country’s oldest and best, not to mention the burgeoning food, beer and cocktail culture. In short, D.C. is just cool. Adding to that cool factor is The Embassy Row Hotel in the historic Dupont Circle District. A neighborhood that is the perfect intersection where historic homes meet eclectic art, music, boutique shopping, dining, and nightlife. Here you’ll find a community that takes pride in its diversity, including being one of the most historic and prominent gay communities in the nation. Immerse yourself in one of USA Today’s Top 10 New Hotels and surrender to the trendsetting side of the city. Here, you’ll find a hip and social-centric restaurant, a fabulous and lively rooftop pool and bar with spanking views, a gigantic fitness studio, playful modern decor including an underground playground. All housed in an eco-friendly hotel committed to sustainable initiatives just steps from the city’s Metro Red Line. Like we said, cool. 

Sleep and Sanctuary

The newly re-designed 231 guest rooms and suites all have one thing in common, comfort. Add into the mix stunning city views of Dupont Circle, coma-inducing beds, and playful furnishings. If you’re craving a more gluttonous experience, add high-speed Wifi, luxurious Nest bath products, 47” HDTV’s with on-demand movies, Keurig coffee machines and of course, access to all the hotel’s fabulous amenities. Your dog is welcome to join you for the price of free.

Eat. Pray. Eat.

With every detail of the Embassy Row you can expect a little whimsy and their dining options are no exception, the goal in mind here is a fun experience. That’s why you’ll rub elbows with young upwardly mobile D.C. gentry chatting it up and out-of-towners living their best lives. From the award-winning cocktails created by master mixologists and imaginative twists on classic bar bites in Station Kitchen & Cocktails, to the high energy of The Rooftop Pool and Bar, the hotel is proud to be recognized as a hotspot and a fundraising hub for locals in Washington, D.C. So spark up a convo at the bar, or awaken your senses at The Coffeehouse. The hotel’s fun and communal atmosphere will speak life into the independent traveler or the family-on-the-go looking for authentic connections.

Station Kitchen & Cocktails takes its name from an old underground trolley beneath the hotel and welcomes you to the progressive side of dining as a cafe and a cocktail studio with upscale city fare. Enjoy twists on bar food like a street corn salad, with quinoa, wild rice, piquillo peppers, cotija cheese and cilantro vinaigrette or street tacos. Also, look for the daily special, where a portion of the price is donated to the district’s poor and homeless. In the evenings, the space is a lively social scene as people revel with shared plates and bottled craft cocktails. In the mornings starting at 6:30 a.m., you’ll find The Coffeehouse, where you can awaken with locally brewed Compass Coffee, organic teas, and locally made pastries.

The 24 Hour Chef’s Pantry will keep you fueled with grab-and-go snacks and refreshments. Pack a snack as you tour the city on one of the hotel’s rental bikes.

The Rooftop Bar & Grill is one the best-kept secrets in town and sits high above Dupont Circle on the 9th floor. Enjoy bar bites on a daybed in a high energy vibe while you soak the sun and take a dip in the sparkling pool (remember to wait 45 minutes for your food to digest). Open Thurs-Sundays.

The Art of De-stressing

Feel free to stretch your mind and your body in one of the largest hotel gyms in the city: Urban Fit Club gym boasts over 1,300 sq ft of treadmills, elliptical machines and free weights to keep you toned and happy. Want to keep up your morning jog habit? Just pop by the front desk for the running guide to see the best places in D.C. Speaking of morning habits, feel free to join a Pop-Up Yoga seasonal class or meditation on the rooftop (warmer months, of course).

Should your de-stressing preferences be competition-based, no worries, head down to the Underground Playground and battle it out with a friend in ping-pong, foosball or air hockey (drinks from Station Bar suggested for this form of de-stressing).

Though the Embassy Row has no spa facility, relaxation is still in reach with a tranquil In-Room Spa Treatment curated by Relax & Rejuvenate spa. Repair and rejuvenate with a customized experience at your convenience.  

  • Public Transportation

  • Local Car Service

  • Ipod Dock

  • Gym

  • Business Center

  • Baby Crib Service

  • Flat Screen TV

  • Bath Robes

  • Family Friendly

  • Pool

  • Dry Cleaners

  • Pet Friendly

  • Mini Fridge

  • Game Room

  • Concierge

  • Restaurant

  • Handicap Accessible

  • Non-Smoking

  • EV Station

  • Bar Lounge

  • Entertainment

  • Sundries

  • Complimentary Coffee/Tea

  • Valet

  • Golf Course Nearby


In the smaller one-of-a-kind Standard Rooms, you’ll find the same amazing amenities with less size and a quiet and peaceful interior view. These rooms will ignite your free spirit. Enriched with playful furnishings and colorful finishes, these Dupont Circle hotel rooms embrace authenticity and an eclectic style. This space entails fabulous amenities, including a cuddly bed, L’Occitane bath products, a spacious work desk for you to spread out on, high-speed Wi-Fi, and much more.

Feel creativity and energy at its peak in the one-of-a-kind Deluxe Rooms. Enriched with playful furnishings and colorful finishes, the Deluxe is twined with authenticity and eclectic décor throughout these interior rooms. Sleep like a baby with your choice of king, queen, or deluxe double beds. To boot, find a spacious work desk for you to spread out, high-speed Wi-Fi, and the usual.

Stand on top of D.C. and wake up next to the city skyline in the prismatic decorated Deluxe City View room, the perfect balance of comfort and quirky. This space entails fabulous amenities, including a cuddly bed, L'Occitane bath products, cushy robes, Wi-Fi, a spacious work desk for you to spread out on, and of course, the sprawling vista of the nation’s capital at your disposal.


Designed with playful furnishings and a funky color palette, the Ambassador Suite embraces an eclectic style with space for you to live a little. Warning: cozy vibes seriously induced. With a well-appointed living room couch, murphy queen bed, workspace with a desk, and a room with a king bed that can be separated, the suite is suited for both entertaining and private repose on the premier level. The Washington, D.C., views in these hotel suites is jaw-dropping. And as a KInd Traveler tip, leave a little bit of yourself behind in the SOME Suite as 1% of revenue is donated to So Others Might Eat, a local non-profit for homeless in D.C. 

Optional extras
The following fees and deposits are charged by the property at time of service, check-in, or check-out.
  • Fee for wireless Internet: included in Resort fee
  • Valet parking fee: $48.00 per night (in/out privileges)
  • Rollaway bed fee: $25 per/day
  • Check In
    3 pm
  • Check Out
    12 pm
Kind Eats and Drinks
  • Union Market is an innovative concept featuring over 25 eats and drinks by talented food entrepreneurs, as well as an oyster bar and outdoor games, BBQ’s and drive-in movies
  • Get ya Ramen fix at SAKURAMEN 
  • Glen’s Garden Market specializes in locally sourced, organic artisan foods from the Chesapeake watershed
Conscious Culture
Mindful Adventures
Do Good for the Day
  • Donate needed items to local charity, So Others May Eat (SOME), such as clothing, food, household items and toiletries
  • Support ArtStream as they encourage veterans at Walter Reed Medical Center to process their experiences through painting, acting and other arts
Be Kind to Yourself


2015 Massachusetts Avenue, Washington D.C. 20036

By Plane
  • 5.5 mi from Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport (DCA) (taxi approx: $26)
  • 27.2 mi from Dulles International Airport (IAD) (taxi approx: $67)
By Bus/Metro
  • From DCA, take the Washington Metro Yellow Line towards Greenbelt.  Arrive at Gallery Place Chinatown Metro Station.  Take the Red Line towards Shady Grove, on the upper platform, and get off at the Dupont Circle Metro Station. Use the Q Street Exit, and the hotel is approximately 1.5 blocks from the Dupont Circle Station on Massachusetts Ave NW.
  • From IAD, ride the 5A Bus from main terminal to Rosslyn Silver Line Metro Station.  Take Orange Line train towards New Carrollton and stop at the Metro Center Station.  Then, on the upper platform, board Red Line train towards Shady Grove all the way until Dupont Circle. Use the Q Street Exit, and the hotel is approximately 1.5 blocks from the Dupont Circle Station on Massachusetts Ave NW.
  • The Embassy Row Hotel is conveniently located just 87 steps from the DC Metro Red Line.
  • DC Metro Maps & Schedules: Link here
By Automobile
  • From DCA, Take George Washington Memorial Pkwy until taking exit toward US-50 Memorial Bridge.  Stay left on Lincoln Memorial Circle and turn left onto 23rd St NW.  Stay right on Washington Circle Park and merge onto New Hampshire Ave NW.  Take 20th St until you hit Massachusetts Ave, which will be a left hand turn.
  • From IAD, Follow Saarinen Circle to Dulles Access Road.  Take I-66 E to L St NW in Washington, DC.  Then Take Whitehurst Freeway exit from I-66E.  Continue on L St NW and turn left on New Hampshire Ave NW.  Turn left again at the 3rd cross street onto Massachusetts Ave NW.
  • Valet: $45/night $26/daily, Self-Parking is limited but open to guests who prefer to find parking off-property.
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  • Conde Nast Award
  • AAA Diamond Award