DUPONT CIRCLE ATTRACTIONS
Dupont Circle, one of the most historic districts in Washington, D.C., was named after United States Navy hero, Samuel Francis Du Pont. Located in the “Old City” of D.C., the area is included in the U.S. National Register of Historic Places.
Dupont Circle has reinvented itself as a hip and popular neighborhood in Northwest Washington, D.C. Enjoy art galleries, markets, and more restaurant than you could try in an entire lifetime in one location! Experience American history with historical museums, including The Phillips Collection, America’s first museum of modern art, and much more.
The Embassy Row Hotel sits in the heart of the city, giving you easy access to some of the best Dupont Circle attractions and fun things to do in Washington, D.C.
Sundays are for relaxation not running through the airport! With The Rooftop's Bottomless Sundays, you can enjoy Sunday Funday like a Washington, D.C. local while sipping bottomless mimosas alongside the D.C. skyline. When you stay at The Embassy Row Hotel Friday through Monday, you’ll...
Church Street Marketplace
2 Church Street, Burlington, VT
05401, United States
Local art is the pulse of our hotel and can be seen from top to bottom. Maz Paz’s graffiti gives The Rooftop its edge. In the Underground Playground, Kelly Towles brings Admiral Dupont to life with a saying that we encourage all of our guests to live by. Just outside the hotel, we’re one of two D.C. establishments toting the iconic Collette Miller wings that remind us that we’re all angels on Earth and should treat everyone that way. Take a photo while you’re at the hotel and tag it #embassyrowlove