Best Hotels To Call Home While You're House Hunting

David Hatef

Featuring a diverse set of neighborhoods with something to suit every taste, Washington D.C. is one of the hottest cities for prospective buyers. However, house hunting is no walk in the park and one of the best remedies is to have a comfortable and luxurious hotel to call home while you search.


2800 Pennsylvania Ave NW, Washington, DC 20007
As the only 5-star, 5-diamond hotel in the nation's capital, the Georgetown Four Seasons is one of the most luxurious accommodations in one of the most desirable areas of the city. Conveniently located for access to exploring listings in Georgetown as well as in nearby Dupont Circle and Logan Circle on foot, the Four Seasons is an elegant destination for house hunters providing a premier level of hospitality, excellent dining options, as well as spacious rooms, plush beds, and resort-style spa and fitness facilities. The 222 room hotel is large enough to provide privacy yet feels intimate and provides a sense of home through attentive service, welcoming public spaces and unbeatable amenities.


1050 31st St NW, Washington, DC 20007
Located nearby along Georgetown’s historic C&O Canal, the Rosewood Georgetown is a luxury boutique hotel where modern architecture and design meet the city’s storied past. After a long day of searching for a new home, the Rosewood offers several options for decompressing including The Grill Room restaurant and the Rye Bar, which both overlook the canal, and the rooftop lounge, which provides guests with an escape from the bustle of the city. From the 49 guest rooms to the 12 stunning suites, rooms are decorated to create residential-style living, helping guests feel more at home. From full living rooms and soaking tubs to elegant, plush furnishings and thoughtful design elements, the Rosewood is perfectly suited for rest and relaxation.


1401 Pennsylvania Ave NW, Washington, DC 20004
Known as the “residence of presidents,” the Willard InterContinental is one of Washington’s most famous hotels steeped in over 200 years of history. Originally built in 1816 and amended several times since, the Willard is now an icon of the city, featuring spacious rooms and suites equipped with stately, charming furnishings that exude elegance. Located on Pennsylvania Avenue a block from the National Mall, the Willard has housed every president since 1857 and it was in one of the Willard’s rooms that Martin Luther King Jr. wrote his “I Have a Dream” speech. Featuring a spa for pampering, top-notch dining options, a convenient location, and world-class hospitality, there is not a more unique blend of history and luxury in Washington.


800 16th St NW, Washington, DC 20006
Located on the site where the homes of John Hay and Henry Adams once stood between Dupont Circle and Capitol Hill, the Hay-Adams hotel is a five-star accommodation featuring fine dining, Italian Renaissance-style décor, and the best views of the White House in the city. Original details like the high ceilings and ornate moldings paired with modern yet comfortably-decorated guest rooms make for a sophisticated experience ideal for those looking to unwind after a day of house hunting. Families are made to feel at home with nightly turndown service and milk and cookies for the little ones, while the experience is equally as tailored for those looking for an elegant base during their visit.


801 Wharf St SW, Washington, DC 20024
Recently opened in D.C.’s most up-and-coming neighborhood, the InterContinental at The Wharf is a modern luxury hotel designed to salute the working waterfront history of the area on which it stands. The Wharf’s industrial past is reflected in the building’s glass exterior, glass-enclosed lobby, neutral color-schemed rooms, and stone spa-inspired showers, while modern amenities include a rooftop pool and bar, an unbeatable 4,000+ square-foot spa and stunning waterfront views of the Potomac River. The hotel houses three signature restaurants and the mile-long development just in front of the hotel features over 75 shopping, dining, and entertaining options great for exploring during house hunting downtime.

​​​​​​​Contact D.C.'s premier real estate agent, David Hatef, to view his listings and to learn more about the newest D.C. homes on the market. 


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