• The opulent lobby lounge at Fairmont Washington D.C. Hotel.
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Welcome to Fairmont Washington, D.C., Georgetown

Discover the wonder of Washington, D.C. from your perfect homebase in the heart of charming Georgetown. Washington, D.C. is a center of power that has shaped world history, a big city with a small-town feel, and a vibrant hub for exciting social, dining, and cultural scenes. Experience it all from an iconic neighborhood hotel that will feel like your own private residence in the heart of the Capital.

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Stay in the Heart of the District

Located on the doorstep of the city’s most famous and historic attractions, Fairmont Washington, D.C., Georgetown is truly in the center of it all. Explore this welcoming residential district, home to D.C.’s most exclusive shopping, dining, and nightlife, and close to many must-see monuments and museums.

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A Capital of Cuisine

Savor seasonally inspired menus with dining experiences that will satisfy any craving. Gather for American classics and specialties creatively prepared with local ingredients and served by our passionate chefs.

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Celebrate the Art of Togetherness

Bask in the timeless elegance of our warm and light-filled event spaces and set the stage for truly exceptional weddings, social events, and meetings. From courtyard cocktails to dinner beneath glittering chandeliers, every detail of your event can be personalized to meet your vision.

Explore the World of Fairmont Washington D.C., Georgetown

The opulent lobby of Fairmont Washington Hotel.

Exclusive D.C. Offers

Make it even easier to explore our nation’s capital with exclusive packages and special offers. Start planning your ideal D.C. stay today.

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Experience Fairmont Gold

Reward yourself with Fairmont Gold at Fairmont Washington D.C., Georgetown. Enjoy exclusive access to the Fairmont Gold Lounge, personalized concierge service, and much more.

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Washington D.C. Wellness

Step up your fitness routine or start a new journey to wellness at Balance Gym, the District’s best urban hotel gym. Relax and unwind in the indoor saltwater pool, steam room, sauna, and whirlpool.

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Balance Gym

Balance Gym is the owner and operator of the gym located on the Mezzanine level. This facility is part of the locally based award-winning Balance Gym Company.

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Juniper Restaurant

Juniper Restaurant and Courtyard is an ideal place to gather with American Fare favorites. Our specialties are creatively prepared with superior ingredients and served by the truly passionate.

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Courtyard Bar

Experience our newly renovated Courtyard Bar featuring lush landscapes, the aroma of freshly grown herbs, refreshing cocktails such as premium Gin and Tonics while dining al fresco.

Lobby Lounge

An artful and alluring setting, the Lobby Lounge is the perfect place to enjoy a curated menu of crafted signature cocktails and world-class wines by the glass paired with contemporary small plates.

West Wing Rooms

Eight function rooms with natural light make up the third floor West Wing.


Spacious yet intimate meeting room on the ballroom level.

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Kennedy Ballroom

Our newest addition is bedecked in the latest technology and modern decor.

Grand Ballroom

A grand staircase unveils the Grand Ballroom and Grand Foyer.


The ultimate urban oasis that offers generous seating in an elegant and tranquil setting.

The Colonnade

Overlooking the Courtyard with ample natural light and crystal chandeliers.

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Dumbarton House

Step back into the Washington of the 1800s at this Federal period historic house museum in Georgetown, D.C.

The Phillips Collection

Visit this art museum featuring nearly 3,000 works by American and European impressionist and modernist artists.

George Washington's Mount Vernon

Explore the historic home of George and Martha Washington, located on the banks of the Potomac River in Fairfax County, Virginia.

Lincoln's Cottage

Visit this historic site where President Abraham Lincoln made some of his nation-changing decisions and learn more about America’s fascinating history.

The Smithsonian American Art Museum and its Renwick Gallery

Visit this contemporary craft and decorative art museum located just feet from the White House, which features the largest collection of American art in the world.

The National Portrait Gallery

This Smithsonian Institution is a historic museum that features fascinating portraits of people who have shaped the history and culture of the United States.


Experience innovative and immersive digital art at this technology-driven destination for creativity.

The National Gallery of Art

Explore this gallery’s over 150,000 artworks that include paintings, sculpture, photographs, prints, and more from some of history’s most renowned artists.

The Hirshhorn's Sculpture Garden

Wander among the iconic sculptures displayed year-round at the Hirshhorn Museum’s Sculpture Garden and Plaza, featuring more than 30 works of art.

The National Gallery of Art's Sculpture Garden

Get out and walk among remarkable sculptures in this gorgeous and sunny garden at the National Gallery of Art in the heart of Washington, D.C.

The Smithsonian's National Zoo

This fascinating zoo is a family favorite and completely free. It offers an incredible diversity of animals, including famous giant pandas.

The National Museum of the American Indian

Visit this Smithsonian Institution museum to explore one of the world’s deepest collections of Native objects, photographs, and media.

The National Museum of American History

Explore the complex history and fascinating original artifacts of the United States of America at this Smithsonian Institution.

The United States Holocaust Memorial Museum

Visit America’s memorial and national institution dedicated to documenting, studying, and interpreting Holocaust history. Admission is free.

The National Museum of African American History and Culture

Explore this Smithsonian Institution museum that is devoted exclusively to the documentation of African American life, history, and culture.

The National Air and Space Museum's Steven F. Udvar Hazy Center

Get up close to thousands of aviation and space artifacts, including the Space Shuttle Discovery and other famous historic technologies.

Museum of the Bible

Experience an interactive and informative museum that focuses on the Bible and its impact.

International Spy Museum

Learn the fascinating history of espionage and explore its contemporary role at this fun and interactive museum.

Glenstone Museum

This stunning contemporary art museum is located on 300 acres of landscape that integrates art and architecture into the museum grounds.

The National Museum of Women in the Arts

The National Museum of Women in the Arts

Hillwood Estate, Museum and Gardens

Discover the world of the decorative arts at this museum housed in a gorgeous estate once owned by Marjorie Merriweather.

Planet Word Museum

Learn about design and the built environment at this inspiring and interactive museum.

The National Building Museum

Learn about design and the built environment at this inspiring and interactive museum.

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