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Embassy Row

Embassy Row

Like ambassadors who so proudly represent their countries, the people of The Embassy Row Hotel are the perfect host and hostesses, representing D.C. while demonstrating a worldly understanding of and respect for different cultures and customs. With a relaxed and friendly manner, The Embassy Row Hotel staff anticipates its guests’ every need with attentive care, making them feel at ease and welcome – even though they may be a world away, they feel right at home.

Embassy Row is the informal name given to the section of Massachusetts Avenue NW between Scott Circle and the north side of the United States Naval Observatory.  This area is highly concentrated with embassies, and other diplomatic representations.  Embassy Row is protected in the Massachusetts Avenue Historic District, which was established in 1974 following the controversy over the destruction of historic townhouses on Massachusetts Ave.

Embassy Row

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Embassy of Chad

From 1969 until 2002, the building served as the Embassy of Malaysia. Get Directions
2

Embassy of Colombia

The Republic of Colombia's diplomatic mission resides in the historic Thomas T. Gaff House. Get Directions
3

Embassy of Egypt

The residence is currently listed on the National Register of Historic Places and is a contributing property to the Massachusetts Avenue Historic District and Sheridan-Kalorama Historic District GET DIRECTIONS
4

Embassy of Estonia

The Estonian Embassy has found home in an expansive rowhouse, four blocks away. Get Directions
5

Embassy of the Federal Republic of Germany

The German Embassy in Washington, D.C. was designed by Egon Eiermann, and opened on May 11, 1964. GET DIRECTIONS
6

Embassy of India

Steps from the hotel, visit the Embassy of India and have lunch in front of the Gandhi Statue. Get Directions
7

Embassy of Indonesia

This 50-room mansion is the diplomatic mission of the Republic of Indonesia. Get Directions
8

Embassy of Jamaica

This embassy is an example Beaux-Arts architecture and has a history of notable owners. Get Directions
9

Embassy of Japan

The embassy was designed in the Georgian Revival architectural style, with subtle elements of Japanese architecture. Get Directions
10

Embassy of Mali

Mali and the United States established diplomatic relations in 1960, following its independence from France. GET DIRECTIONS
11

Embassy of Morocco

The Kingdom of Morocco operates out of this castle. Get Directions
12

Embassy of Poland

The Polish Embassy in Washington, D.C. was designed by the architect George Oakley Totten and was originally intended to be the city home of the U.S. Senator John B. Henderson. GET DIRECTIONS
13

Embassy of Portugal

Across the street from the hotel, you'll find the Portugal diplomatic mission. Get Directions

Embassy Row

Embassy of Chad

From 1969 until 2002, the building served as the Embassy of Malaysia. Get Directions

Embassy of Colombia

The Republic of Colombia's diplomatic mission resides in the historic Thomas T. Gaff House. Get Directions

Embassy of Egypt

The residence is currently listed on the National Register of Historic Places and is a contributing property to the Massachusetts Avenue Historic District and Sheridan-Kalorama Historic District GET DIRECTIONS

Embassy of Estonia

The Estonian Embassy has found home in an expansive rowhouse, four blocks away. Get Directions

Embassy of the Federal Republic of Germany

The German Embassy in Washington, D.C. was designed by Egon Eiermann, and opened on May 11, 1964. GET DIRECTIONS

Embassy of India

Steps from the hotel, visit the Embassy of India and have lunch in front of the Gandhi Statue. Get Directions

Embassy of Indonesia

This 50-room mansion is the diplomatic mission of the Republic of Indonesia. Get Directions

Embassy of Jamaica

This embassy is an example Beaux-Arts architecture and has a history of notable owners. Get Directions

Embassy of Japan

The embassy was designed in the Georgian Revival architectural style, with subtle elements of Japanese architecture. Get Directions

Embassy of Mali

Mali and the United States established diplomatic relations in 1960, following its independence from France. GET DIRECTIONS

Embassy of Morocco

The Kingdom of Morocco operates out of this castle. Get Directions

Embassy of Poland

The Polish Embassy in Washington, D.C. was designed by the architect George Oakley Totten and was originally intended to be the city home of the U.S. Senator John B. Henderson. GET DIRECTIONS

Embassy of Portugal

Across the street from the hotel, you'll find the Portugal diplomatic mission. Get Directions

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