10 Best Presidential Suites in Washington DC

Stay in a Presidential Suite in Washington, D.C and you will enjoy the ultimate in luxury accommodations, rooms fit for a world leader. The city's top hotels offer a variety of premier spaces with multiple rooms, spectacular views, VIP services, and more. Celebrities, wealthy business persons, heads of state and other famous individuals stay in these spacious rooms when visiting the nation's capital. You can, too, if you can afford the price tag. Check out these photos and learn about some of the most expensive places to stay in DC. 

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The Willard InterContinental Presidential Suites

Living room of the Thomas Jefferson Presidential Suite at the Willard Intercontential. There is a gray two person couch across from two gray armchairs with a red and cream rug separating them

 Willard InterContinental

1401 Pennsylvania Avenue NW, Washington, DC 20004, USA
Phone +1 202-628-9100

The Willard is Washington, D.C.'s most famous hotel with its sweeping views of the National Mall and close proximity to the White House. The hotel has hosted premier social events, landmark meetings, and almost every U.S. president since its opening in 1861. The Willard’s Presidential Suites vary in size and most include an oval-shaped living room (like the Oval Office). The Willard’s three Presidential Suites include are named for three of the country's founding fathers: Thomas Jefferson, John Adams and George Washington. The hotel has 335 guest rooms and 41 luxury suites, three of which are Presidential. Read more about the Willard Hotel.

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The Hay-Adams Presidential Suite

Hay Adams Presidential Suite

The Hay Adams

800 16th St NW, Washington, DC 20006, USA
Phone +1 202-638-6600

The Hay-Adams is a five-star luxury hotel located on Lafayette Square, just steps from the White House in Washington, D.C. With 145 guest rooms including 21 suites, the property is one of the most prestigious in DC. The Presidential Suite can be reserved with one or two bedrooms and includes a separate living room and two bathrooms. The living room features a large dining table, a gas-lit corner fireplace, and the master bedroom overlooks the White House. Additional suites range in size from 550 to 1800 square feet. The Hay-Adams has welcomed many prominent guests throughout the years.

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The Watergate Hotel Presidential Suite

The Watergate Hotel Presidential Suite

The Watergate Hotel

2650 Virginia Ave NW, Washington, DC 20037-1906, USA
Phone +1 844-617-1972

The infamous Watergate Hotel reopened in 2016 after a complete renovation. The prime property in Washington, D.C. will have two 3 Bedroom Presidential Suites available for $12,000 per night. The suites are 2,400 square feet and include a kitchen, dining room, living room, five flat-screen TVs, a library, furnished balconies and an amazing view of the Potomac River. With its location, just steps from the Kennedy Center, the Watergate is the perfect spot for entertainers to stay. Read more the Watergate Hotel.

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The Jefferson Presidential Suite

The Jefferson - Presidential Suite

The Jefferson

1200 16th St NW, Washington, DC 20036, USA
Phone +1 202-448-2300

The Jefferson Hotel in Washington, D.C. was ranked the #2 hotel in America in 2016 by U.S. News and World Report. The Jefferson’s top floor features two elegant hotel suites: The Thomas Jefferson and Martha Jefferson Suites. Both are furnished with soaring nine-foot ceilings, exquisite decorative features and fabulous views of the nation's capital. Eighteen additional suites are available.

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Rosewood Washington DC Presidential Suite

Rosewood Presidential Suite

Capella Hotel and Resorts

1050 31st St NW, Washington, DC 20007, USA
Phone +1 202-617-2400

Rosewood Washington, DC is located in Georgetown and has 49 guest rooms and 12 hotel suites. Two 1,300 square foot luxury Presidential Suites cater to the traveler who seeks refined privacy complimented by space for entertaining. Anchored by a grand entrance foyer, guests enjoy a separate spacious living room with fireplace. Additional features include: a dining area which accommodates up to six guests, stocked pantry, powder room, large walk in closet, and optional adjoining second bedroom. Each guest enjoys the attention of a Personal Assistant 24 hours a day.

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Extreme WOW Suite - W Washington, D.C.

W Hotel - Extreme WOW Suite

W Hotel

515 15th St NW, Washington, DC 20004, USA
Phone +1 202-661-2400

The W Hotel, located just steps from the White House, offers a variety of accommodations including an Extreme WOW Suite, a 1176 square feet one bedroom suite with a kitchenette, spacious living area, dining for six, and unparalleled views of the Washington Monument. The W Hotel’s rooftop bar and terrace, is one of the city’s most popular destinations, hosting top celebrities, politicos, and socialites. Read more about the W Hotel.

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The Mandarin Oriental Presidential Suite

The Mandarin Oriental Presidential Suite

Mandarin Oriental

1330 Maryland Ave SW, Washington, DC 20024, USA
Phone +1 202-554-8588

Mandarin Oriental, Washington DC offers an elegant sense of style with beautifully designed rooms, spacious suites including the luxurious three-bedroom Presidential Suite, and exceptional restaurants and event spaces.

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The Mayflower Hotel Presidential Suite

The Mayflower Hotel Presidential Suite

The Mayflower Hotel

1127 Connecticut Ave NW, Washington, DC 20036, USA
Phone +1 202-347-3000

The Mayflower Hotel is one of Washington, D.C.’s most historic properties and offers guests access to some of DC's most iconic experiences. In July 2015, the Mayflower completed a $20 million top-to-bottom renovation of all 581 rooms, including 64 suites. Accommodations mirror the feeling with an exclusive “signature wall” scribed with the names of the famous and infamous who have come before (including President John F. Kennedy, Amelia Earhart, Winston Churchill, Sophia Loren and J. Edgar Hoover). FDR, Nixon, and Truman all stayed at The Mayflower Hotel's Presidential Suite (Nixon actually lived there prior to being elected as President). The Mayflower Suite is 2,200 square feet and boasts stunning views of the nation's capital.

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Four Seasons Hotel Presidential Suite

Four Seasons Presidential Suite

Four Seasons

2800 Pennsylvania Avenue NW, Washington, DC 20007, USA
Phone +1 202-342-0444

The Four Seasons Hotel Washington DC offers six Presidential Suites. The largest, the Royal Suite features 3,000 square feet plus a 1,000-square-foot terrace. It is ideal for entertaining and features four distinct seating areas in the living room, a dining room for up to ten guests, a fully equipped kitchen pantry, fitness room, and office. The suite offers a closed-captioned security system, bullet-resistant glass, and a private entrance. The suite can be converted into a three-bedroom suite or the entire wing can be closed off to include eight bedrooms including 8,825 square feet.

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Trump International Hotel Presidential Suite

Trump Presidential Suite

Rendering / Trump International Hotel

1100 Pennsylvania Avenue NW, Washington, DC 20004, USA
Phone +1 202-695-1100

The property’s prestigious address in the Old Post Office Pavilion on Pennsylvania Avenue will feature 263 guest rooms and suites. Two Presidential Suites will be located in the historic former offices of the Postmaster General. With 16-foot ceilings and views of Pennsylvania Avenue and the National Mall, each suite will offer unique amenities such as separate dining room with pantry and service entry, his-and-her walk-in closets, private sauna and steam room, two-person shower, and VIP direct-elevator access. One of the thirty-five suites includes the 6,300 sq ft. Trump Townhouse with a private entrance and will be among one of the largest suites in the country. Read more about the Trump International Hotel.

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