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My last stay at the Grand Hyatt, two years ago, was disappointing, so I stayed elsewhere last year. In my annual trek,I tried the Grand Hyatt again, and I loved it. My room was large and quiet. Room service was quick. The food (the Cure Bar, the Cabinet, and the room service) was excellent - although ...
I had such a lovely experience at the Hyatt in Bethesda and have promptly decided to stay loyal whenever I visit the DMV area next. Check out Tyber Biehaus (across the street) for a German-Oktoberfest-type feel! :)
The Liaison was a gorgeous hotel in a great spot in DC. Plenty of restaurants and sight seeing in walking distance. Can't wait to come visit again soon!
We entered the beautiful lobby and were impressed. We liked the decor, and it followed through to the updated room as well. Bed was very comfortable. We also ate brunch in the restaurant , and it was delicious. Had a wonderful experience, and would stay there again!
We were courteously checked in and liked the assigned room, though found it noisy as it looked into the courtyard and the rumbling air conditioning units. We requested a room change and left our bags in the room which the staff moved to our new one. Unfortunately, there were no exterior-facing rooms ...
Embrace alternate lifestyles during your travels in the District.
During your next vacation to the capital of the United States, celebrate the pride and politics of the LGBT community.
Visit Logan Circle, a residential neighborhood known for its gay residents and visitors. This part of town is also home to a variety of interior design shops, funky boutiques, and trendy restaurants for the shopaholics and foodies at heart. Dupont Circle is another gay-friendly neighborhood, made up of hip stores and LGBT bars. In addition to featuring a variety of other gay hot spots, such as Capitol Hill, downtown D.C., and Adams Morgan, the District hosts LGBT festivals throughout the year. In fact, since 1975, Capital Pride has packed the streets of Washington, D.C. in celebration of gay culture and history.
Whether you’re coming to town to ride a float in the Pride parade or simply to eat some authentic Asian cuisine in Chinatown, choose to stay at one of the gay hotels in Washington, D.C. These accommodations place you in the heart of all the action. When it comes to gay hotels, Washington D.C. features all kinds of places. You’ll find both luxury hotels and budget-friendly rooms to help you customize your getaway to your liking. Check out our vast selection of hotels today to find the perfect one for your romp in the District with your partner.