Hollywood is descending upon Washington this weekend for the White House Correspondents’ Dinner and endless parties celebrating…well, we’re not really sure what.
We checked out some of the city’s hottest hotel rooms to see where celebs and other VIPs may put up their feet after those long nights on the town. Trust us, you would most definitely get a good night’s sleep in all three, but don’t bother calling now…they’re booked!
The Royal Suite is the largest of the bunch we checked out and the crown jewel of the Four Seasons in Georgetown. It’s a super spacious one bedroom ($18,500 a night) with an option to expand up to 11 bedrooms. That extra space means extra money and would set you back $32, 690 per night.
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The Presidential Suite is the smallest, but that doesn’t make it any less luxurious. Nestled inside the new Capella boutique hotel in Georgetown, this posh space comes with a 6-foot hand-carved marble bathtub. One night’s stay: $7,000.
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The Royal Potomac Suite at The Ritz-Carlton Georgetown is the warmest space and comes with the best views of the Potomac River. It’s also your best option if you want to travel like the celebs because it’s the most bang for your buck at $6,500 a night!
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