Overlooking Georgetown’s boutique-lined streets, Four Seasons is within easy reach of the Capital’s museums, monuments and historic sites. With attention to art, locality and the luxury sleep experience, the city’s only Forbes Five-Star and AAA Five-Diamond hotel has unveiled its redesigned sophisticated and modern guest rooms in 2016.
Four Seasons Hotel Washington, DC, offers 222 newly renovated rooms – including 58 suites – with a variety of views including Georgetown and the historic Chesapeake and Ohio Canal. Situated in a quiet residential neighborhood, the mid-rise brick building is composed of separate east and west wings, connected by a glass-enclosed garden walkway.
Seasons restaurant offers a bright, tranquil setting for the morning crowd of Washington’s movers and shakers, visiting dignitaries and discreet people watchers. Under the direction of Executive Chef Andrew Court, the Georgetown restaurant’s traditional dishes come alive with elegant twists: from the lemon ricotta pancakes to an Asian breakfast of seared sesame tuna. Tuck into a delectable mix of regional and seasonal ingredients during breakfast and Sunday brunch.
BOURBON STEAK- Discover Washington’s most popular steakhouse. Chic, modern and visually striking, creator Michael Mina and his team have designed distinctive lunch and fine dining dinner menus to suit the rhythm of Washington, DC. With a focus on seasonal ingredients, as well as organic, hormone free cuts of beef and local seafood, the menu for this award-winning steakhouse features American classics with an haute cuisine twist. Savor Michael Mina’s award-winning butter-bathed meat, slowly poached and finished to perfection over a wood-burning grill.
For special events and celebrations, consider BOURBON STEAK’s private dining rooms. Overlooking Rock Creek, this elegant space accommodates up to 50 guests for standing receptions and up to 36 for seated functions.
Discover DC’s newest nighttime hotspot ENO, where wine enthusiasts can select from 300 Old World and New World wines paired with locally sourced cheese, chocolate and charcuterie. Guests can enjoy wines by the glass, flight of three 2.5-ounce glasses or through ENO’s educational wine classes, ENOversity. In addition to the bar's two level seating, The Cellar provides guests a cozy candle lite 18-person lounge perfect for intimate gatherings and private events.