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Things To Do in DC

Dupont Circle draws, iconic Washington attractions

Located on an embassy-lined avenue three blocks from Dupont Circle and five from the White House, Kimpton Rouge Hotel is a treasure in the midst of a trove of architectural wonders. The central location offers convenience for visiting the top attractions in downtown Washington (like the National Mall and its many monuments and museums), and nearby Metro stations grant easy access to the entire District and beyond. Our guests love staying in a highly walkable zone that allows for on-foot explorations of cultural and culinary hot spots like Dupont Circle and the 14th Street corridor. Whether you’re here for work or play, you’ll quickly learn to navigate our convenient and pleasurable Northwest neighborhood.

Dining

In one of the capital’s most trendsetting neighborhoods, you’d better believe we take our food seriously. Explore the culinary circuit that awaits just beyond our front door, featuring cuisines from around the globe and dining room settings that range from chic and sleek to low-key and laid-back.

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Nightlife

Dupont Circle has long been one of the capital’s most happening neighborhoods, and recent additions make the scene even more buzz-worthy than before. Whether you’re looking to sip wine in a tranquil lounge, clink pints in a lively bar, or rock out in a pulsating venue, our hotel proves the perfect home base for a fun night out on the town.

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Shopping

Our Dupont digs prove the perfect jumping-off point for exploring some of the capital’s greatest retail finds. Shop the day away on nearby Connecticut Avenue, stroll the ever-expanding lineup along 14th and U streets, or head to Georgetown’s M Street, where fashion is a favorite pastime.

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White House

Head directly south on 16th Street to visit the postcard-perfect residence of the first family. Either grab a bench in Lafayette Square for prime people watching, or submit a request ahead of time (through a member of Congress) to tour the interior of this famous Pennsylvania Avenue destination.

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