St. Regis Washington
Located two blocks from The White House, The St. Regis, Washington, D.C. has been a stopping place for royalty, presidents and prime ministers since its opening in 1926. Calvin Coolidge cut the ceremonial ribbon, and every American President since then has visited the hotel.
Built in the style of an Italian Renaissance Palace, and richly appointed with European antiques, Louis XVI chandeliers, Palladian windows, and rich damask draperies, The St. Regis, Washington, D.C. is an elegant and convenient choice for guests who wish to visit galleries, museums, monuments and other Capital attractions.
923 16th Street NW, Corner of 16th and K Streets, Washington, DC 20006, USA