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Viceroy Washington D.C.

by Megan DuBois
Photo: Courtesy of the property
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Our nation's capital is filled with all types of museums, historic sites, fabulous restaurants, and walkable streets that invite you to explore the wonders of the city. However, deciding where to stay in D.C. is one of the hardest parts of planning a trip here. For a sleek, centrally located hotel that's within walking distance to the National Mall and more must-visit attractions, look no further than Viceroy Washington D.C.

What You Need to Know

The Look of Viceroy Washington D.C.

It's All in the Details

Viceroy Washington D.C. is a relaxing spot amidst the capital's hustle and bustle. The rooms and suites here offer more than just a space to sleep. Business travelers often use the hotel as a spot to work and meet before heading out to explore the neighborhood. Around the property, you'll also find stunning murals from D.C. artist Brandon Hill of No Kings Collective.

The Vibe at Viceroy Washington D.C.

From the second you walk through the hotel's front door, you can breathe a sigh of relief since you made it through throngs of tourists throughout the day and back to the hotel. Here, business and pleasure mesh together to allow adults a place to get away and relax. Start your morning at BPM Coffee and Wine, where you can get a hot cup of coffee and a fresh pastry. After enjoying time out in the city, unwind at Hush Rooftop Bar, where small plates, craft cocktails, and panoramic views are all on the menu. 

Who Will Love Viceroy Washington D.C.

Business travelers will enjoy the extended stay program, which offers discounts and additional amenities for guests staying ten nights or longer. Those traveling for shorter sojourns will appreciate the Viceroy Queen room since it has an oversized desk for working and incredible views of the city. Solo travelers and couples will love the Viceroy King suite, which offers a separate living room for additional space. 

Who Might Not Love Viceroy Washington D.C.

Families looking to do D.C. on a budget or have ample room for a group of three to four guests will want to look elsewhere for accommodations. The property is more for business and small group leisure travel, where the main focus is proximity to the business and historic districts. 

Best Amenity at Viceroy Washington D.C.

The best amenity at the hotel is that all of the major tourist destinations are within walking distance. In fact, you can be out the front door of Viceroy Washington D.C. and to the fence of the White House in about 15 minutes. The 14th Street Corridor – where you can indulge in some of the city's best dining and nighttime entertainment – is also nearby. 

Money Matters

What's Included at Viceroy Washington D.C.

Your stay includes access to delectable on-site dining, a rooftop pool (open seasonally), and a fitness center equipped with Peloton bikes. Plus, each room has free wifi and a virtual concierge through Google NestHub.

Fees and Extra Costs You Should Know About at Viceroy Washington D.C.

The guest amenities fee ($25 per night) includes all of the aforementioned perks, as well as use of the business facilities. Valet parking costs an additional $50 per night. 

How to Get a Deal at Viceroy Washington D.C.

The property is currently offering an array of deals, which can be found here. Discounted room rates are offered to AAA members, AARP members, government members, military members, Viceroy Discovery Loyalty members. 

Getting There

In the Neighborhood of Viceroy Washington D.C.

The hotel is located in the northwest quadrant of Washington D.C. Most major attractions are within walking distance. Plus, sports fans can enjoy the 25-minute walk to Capital One Arena, where they can take in a professional hockey or basketball game.

Nearest Airport to Viceroy Washington D.C.

Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport is just four miles from the hotel. From here, you can catch a ride in a taxi or rideshare. Alternatively, hop on the Metro. Virginia's Dulles International Airport is a bit farther (around 45 minutes by car). 

Nearest Public Transportation to Viceroy Washington D.C.

The property is a short walk away from the McPherson Square Metro Stop.

The Bottom Line

Viceroy Washington D.C. offers business and leisure travelers all of the comforts of home coupled with the ability to seamlessly work and play in the nation's capital. 

It's All in the Details