The LINE Hotel DC
Housed in a former Neoclassical Revival-style church, The LINE Hotel DC is located in Washington DC’s northwestern neighbourhood of Adams Morgan with pop-up restaurants, just-opened bars and well-loved flea markets. The rooftop opens out over the Washington Monument and the Washington National Cathedral.
A new addition houses the hotel’s vintage-chic rooms, which are furnished with Persian rugs, burnished brass light-fittings, individually-sourced side tables, books curated by local institution Idle Time Books and original artwork from paintings to old-school photographs. Room facilities include air conditioning, a 55" flat-screen TV, a minibar, and a Nespresso machine. Some suites feature balconies. Room service is available 24/7.
The original church with its 60-foot (18m) ceilings houses five F&B outlets including a wood-fired restaurant, a coffee bar and a live broadcast radio station. Other amenities include a gym with fitness classes and rooftop yoga.
• 220 rooms, including 23 suites
• Hotel opened: December 2017
• Architecture & Interiors: INC Architecture & Design
• Bathroom amenities: LINE
Parking possible on-site (charged).
• 18th Street Northwest nightlife: 1-minute walk
• Columbia Heights metro station: 14-minute walk
• Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport: 20-minute drive
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