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Thompson Does The Capital

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D.C. With an Upgrade

Looking for a prime location in the heart of the nation’s busy capital? Join us at our newest property, the stunning Thompson property in Washington D.C. and you might just discover your new favorite place in the city.

Located in the historic Capitol Riverfront neighborhood, you’ll be conveniently located in one of the hippest corners of the city. The excitement within the vibrant neighborhood includes Nationals Park, the newest dining, nightlife, and shopping and many of D.C.’s most iconic buildings and attractions just a short walk or Metro ride away.

The elegant exterior of the hotel pays homage to the industrial history of the neighborhood and nearby Navy Yard, with iron-spot bricks and large industrial-style windows designed by Studios Architecture. Celebrated design firm Parts and Labor Design drew on a similar inspiration, bringing a nautical touch to the light-filled, oversized guest rooms. Whether you opt for a room or suite, you’ll enjoy custom furnishings and a well-appointed workspace, with floor-to-ceiling windows looking out over the Capitol Riverfront neighborhood, Nationals Park, or the Anacostia River. The result is a sleek, characterful, modern space. If you really want to spoil yourself, opt for one of the two 805-square foot Thompson Suites with private balconies attached (the word palatial comes to mind).

When it comes to dining, Roman-style trattoria Maialino Mare will give you something to write home about. Serving Roman-style cuisine, with an emphasis on seafood pastas and whole-grilled fish, the sister-restaurant to NYC’s Maialino is part of Danny Meyer’s celebrated Union Square Hospitality Group. For a drink, head up to our scenic rooftop bar Anchovy Social for after-work spritzes and the occasional seafood tower as you take in breathtaking views of the city.

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