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The Graham Georgetown

192 reviews
+1 202-337-0900

Top Amenities

Free Wifi
Fitness Center
Bar or Lounge

Graham Georgetown Offers Respite in Residential Neighborhood in Washington, D.C.

What Do the Rooms Include?

The Federalist-style Graham Georgetown offers modern rooms, and stylish, comfortable furnishings. Room amenities include high-speed Wi-Fi, plasma television with premium channels, and MP3 docking stations. Suites offer more generous accommodation with features like luxury pillow-top beds, bath robes, and marble bathrooms with designer toiletries.

What Amenities Are Available?

Diners at the Graham Georgetown can choose from The Alex, which offers breakfast, small plates, and craft cocktails, or The Observatory, a rooftop bar and lounge with panoramic views of Georgetown and the city. Guests can stay in shape at the 24-hour fitness center, and business travelers can stay productive with the 24-hour business center, which includes printing capability.

What Are the Room Rates Like?

In this boutique hotel, rooms start at $260 per night for a room with a king bed and $300 a night for a room with a queen bed. Upgrade to a suite for $429 a night. The hotel also offers bed-and-breakfast packages and advance purchase rates, which include a 10-percent discount but are not refundable.

What Activities Are Popular Near the Graham Georgetown?

Of all the hotels in Washington, D.C., the Graham Georgetown sits in the historic port of the city, with opportunities along the C&O Canal towpath for walking and running. Guests can enjoy mule-drawn barge rides from the spring through the fall. The shops and restaurants of M Street are a half-block away.

What’s the Bottom Line?

Personalized, friendly service, and contemporary amenities combine beautifully at this hotel in a historic area of the city. Guests enjoy a memorable stay at one of the most sophisticated hotels in Washington, D.C.

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1075 Thomas Jefferson St NW
Washington, DC 20007
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User Highlights
Overall Guest Score
"Amazing shops and restaurants" "Restaurants nearby"
100% liked the proximity to sightseeing.
100% liked the proximity to shopping.
Bar and Beverages
"Beautiful rooftop bar" "Great rooftop bar"
"Excellent staff" "Very friendly and helpful staff"
98% found the staff to be very friendly.
88% said the reception staff was great.
"Up-to-date everything" "New construction"
100% said it was a stylish hotel.
100% thought, the hotel was modern.
"Gorgeous accommodations" "Very little shelf or counter space"
81% thought rooms were spacious.
52% complained about the bathroom.
"Morning coffee in complete dungeon" "Dirty coffee cups"
"Wi-fi not working"

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Great view
Friendly service
Stylish Hotel
Bathroom could be optimized
Expert Reviews
Following the multimillion dollar renovation of the property previously known as The Monticello, The Graham Georgetown opened April 15, 2013, and it’s a stunner.
The hotel website turns up some pretty good deals, especially if you can be flexible and are able to book your stay in advance.
DK Eyewitness
Mini-suites with refrigerator, microwave, and coffee service are offered at this elegant hotel at one of the best addresses, right up from the C&O canal in Georgetown.
Alexander Graham Bell, the inventor who once lived in Georgetown, would be honored to lend his name to these luxurious and stylish quarters with panoramic views of the Kennedy Center.