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Hotel Madera

1310 New Hampshire Ave. NW, Washington, D.C.
| +1 202-296-7600
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Hotel Madera Washington, D.C. District of Columbia United States
Hotel Madera Washington, D.C. District of Columbia United States
Hotel Madera Washington, D.C. District of Columbia United States
Hotel Madera Washington, D.C. District of Columbia United States
Hotel Madera Washington, D.C. District of Columbia United States
Hotel Madera Washington, D.C. District of Columbia United States
Hotel Madera Washington, D.C. District of Columbia United States
Hotel Madera Washington, D.C. District of Columbia United States
Hotel Madera Washington, D.C. District of Columbia United States
Hotel Madera Washington, D.C. District of Columbia United States
Hotel Madera Washington, D.C. District of Columbia United States
Hotel Madera Washington, D.C. District of Columbia United States
Hotel Madera Washington, D.C. District of Columbia United States
Hotel Madera Washington, D.C. District of Columbia United States
Hotel Madera Washington, D.C. District of Columbia United States
Hotel Madera Washington, D.C. District of Columbia United States
Hotel Madera Washington, D.C. District of Columbia United States
Hotel Madera Washington, D.C. District of Columbia United States

Hotel Madera

In a city that takes itself so seriously—running the United States is an intense business, after all—the Hotel Madera is a breath of fresh air. Just a couple of leafy blocks from always-lively Dupont Circle, the Kimpton-run boutique hotel looks like a 1960s apartment building on the outside, belying interiors adorned in colorful, batik-inspired fabrics and perks like in-room yoga mats and an evening wine hour. In other words, the Madera is the kind of place where you relax. The laid-back and trendy restaurant takes its design cues from a fairy-tale forest, and pets are as catered to as children and bachelorette groups. It’s hard to beat the Dupont Circle location, too, which puts the White House, the Kennedy Center, and trendy neighborhoods like Logan Circle and U Street all within throwing distance. No, it’s not the fanciest stay in town, but D.C. doesn’t need another fussy hotel to attract visiting dignitaries—and you’ll have more fun at the Madera, anyway.
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