The Graham Washington DC Georgetown, Tapestry Collection by Hilton
What should we know before we go?
Formerly the Monticello, the Graham underwent a complete overhaul in 2013, firmly situating it as one of Georgetown’s buzziest boutique hotel options. The 57-room hotel has a lobby that reads more like a social living room: there’s a mix of comfy seating and a fireplace, both of which invite you to stay for awhile.
The good stuff: Tell us about the rooms.
The rooms are large as-is, but half are suites. They’re decorated in handsome hues of taupe and grey, with upmarket touches like chic patterned wallpaper and linens from Liddell, Ireland. Bathrooms are big, too, with marble walk-in showers or luxurious soaking tubs.
Anything stand out about other services and features? Whether it’s childcare, gyms, spas, even parking—whatever stuck with you.
Even for non-guests, The Graham is a Georgetown hotspot, with a 3,000 square-foot rooftop space and the swanky subterranean speakeasy The Alex.
Bottom line: worth it, and why?
If you want to stay in Georgetown and get away from the big chains, The Graham is a perfect blend of cool and detail-oriented luxury.