Even if the plethora of local craft beers doesn't suit you, the bespoke cocktail list certainly will.
When you stay at Mandarin Oriental, Washington DC, it's hard not to feel a little bit, well, presidential. Maybe it's the location, or the easy walk to the White House, or perhaps it's the stunning views from each guest suite. Either way, you'll be referring to your car as Airforce 1 in no time.
Whether you're retired, or the leader of a nation, you'll love all the ways Mandarin Oriental, Washington DC caters to a desire for total relaxation. Your spacious suite or guest room spoils with imported Fili D'oro linens and a handmade silk tapestry above the bed. The health spa is a haven of holistic tranquility. For art lovers, the private gallery space exhibits fine pieces in a unique arrangement with the Smithsonian Institution.
And after a day of sightseeing or business meetings, retire to the CityZen restaurant for a Five Diamond meal by chef Eric Ziebold. The Washington elite make it a point to visit whenever they can, and so should you.