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The Hotel George

At a Glance

    Pros

  • close to Union Station
  • wine hour nightly
  • popular in-house restaurant
  • updated fitness center

    Cons

  • small closets
  • some reports of street noise
  • ultramodern feel not everyone's cup of tea

Fodorite Reviews

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The Hotel George Review

We cannot tell a lie—D.C.'s first contemporary boutique hotel is still one of its best, and the public areas and stylishly soothing guest quarters still excel at providing a fun and funky alternative to the cookie-cutter chains. Portraits of America's first president by Andy Warhol protégé Steve Kaufman adorn public areas and add a pop of bright color to the mostly white public spaces. Guest rooms, done in cream and beige with cobalt-blue accents, have 300-count Egyptian cotton linens, marble-topped ergonomic desks, and expansive flat-screen TVs. Popular Bistro Bis is known for its contemporary French cuisine as well as its people-watching.

    Contact Information

  • Address: 15 E St. NW, Capitol Hill, Washington, DC 20001 | Map It
  • Phone: 202/347–4200; 800/576–8331
  • Website:
  • Metro Union Station.
  • Location: Capitol Hill

    Hotel Details

  • 139 rooms, 1 suite.
  • Rate includes no meals.
Updated: 06-05-2013

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    Great hotel

    A party of 6 (4 rooms)stayed here for 3 nights in early Dec. Everything was great; the staff friendly and helpful. The rooms were spacious with extremely comfortable beds. Convenient location across from Union Station. Would not hesitate to recommend.

    by mollywood2000, 1/18/08

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