The Watergate Hotel

Primarily known for its role in biggest political scandal in US history, The Watergate Hotel is looking to make a new name for itself, one synonymous with luxury instead of litigation. While Luigi Moretti's flowing, Potomac-inspired exterior remains, the hotel's 336 guest rooms and other interior spaces have been completely revamped with Ron Arad-designs; even the staff's uniforms have been spruced up by Mad Men costume designer Janie Bryant. Off the lobby, you'll find the cleverly-named The Next Whisky Bar, which joins Kingbird restaurant and the rooftop lounge in rounding out the property's dining and drinking options. There's also plenty of meeting space, including the newly constructed Moretti Grand Ballroom, and its ideal location puts nearly all of DC's finest shopping, eating, and sightseeing nearby.

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