These dreamy hotels know just how to set the mood with breathtaking backdrops, plenty of pampering and romance-kindling experiences.
Boutique and luxury hotels along with big name brands including Westin and Wyndham have vastly expanded fitness programs and dining options. Among the changes are running concierges, mini bars stocked with produce and training walls.
The top hotel picks are located all around the country, and range from historic towns like Charleston, South Carolina, to bustling cities like New York City and Chicago.
AAA announced its annual lists of Four and Five Diamond hotels.
One of the District’s hottest neighborhoods now, will get a combination luxury condo and hotel addition.
The 198-room SLS Lux Hotel at Mount Vernon Triangle will have a high-end spa and dining, as well as executive meeting spaces for both hotel guests.
Six changes Marriott is making to accommodate millennial travelers.
WASHINGTON —It’s already July, but you can still squeeze in a summer vacation with the family without breaking the bank. Check out apps such as HotelTonight and Hotels.com for last minute hotel deals. Meanwhile, on Trivago.com, click…
WASHINGTON — Some hotels have come up with an even quicker way to get in touch with the front desk than a phone call: a text. About 450 individual hotels, including Hyatt Regency locations, are…
Micro-hotels bring a whole new meaning to the phrase “sleep tight.” A look at the small-living trend that’s spreading to travel, and what to expect from two D.C. projects.
WASHINGTON — There is nothing like a good cry — and in fact, science bears that axiom out. But the Japanese have taken this indulgence one step further, launching the first hotel with a host…
It\’s a growing crime that mainly occurs in hotels causing hotels to step up efforts against the increasing trend of sex trafficking in the Washington area.
Are you traveling this summer? Keep in mind scammers may try to prey on you during your hotel stay in creative ways, according to Consumer Reports.
Quadrangle Development Corp., as QC 369 LLC, has submitted a planned-unit development application to construct a 570,000-square-foot, 12-story building at Ninth and L streets NW, adjacent to the new Marriott Marquis. The $230 million project will contain a hotel (really, two hotels, both Marriotts) and multifamily residential.
Two D.C.-area hotel giants tried to top each other Monday with
news that they are expanding in the four- and five-star hotel