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The Dupont Circle Hotel welcomes you to DC’s most cosmopolitan neighbourhood and, beyond, to the capital city of the free world. 



Ben's Chili Bowl

Ben's Chili Bowl

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President Obama stopped here for a Chilli Half Smoke. Bill Cosby is a long time patron. Celebrities flock to sample its world famous chilli dogs and milk shakes and it has featured in more films than you’ve had hot dogs. Founders Ben and Virginia Ali have even been given the keys to the city. Ben’s Chilli Bowl is far more than just a restaurant – it’s a local and national institution. Housed in an old silent picture house, Ben’s was founded back in 1958 when Duke Ellington, Miles Davis and Martin Luther King frequented it and, if there’s one place that’s a must to visit when in D.C., Ben’s Chilli Bowl is it. 

Breakfast with the Cheetahs

Eat breakfast with the Cheetahs

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The National Zoo in Washington’s stunning Rock Creek National Park is unique in a number of ways. It’s free (only a parking charge), it’s part of the Smithsonian Institution, the national museum and research complex, and it opens at 6am, before the exhibits are officially on display, allowing an unparalleled opportunity to see the animals led to their areas (including the six resident orangutans who walk hand in hand). Highlights include an outdoor flight area where you can have your pocket picked by a curious cormorant and a solar-powered Carousel opposite the Prairie Dog playground will keep the little ones entertained. Top tired-feet tip: leave the car and take the Metro to Cleveland Park from where you walk downhill to the zoo. On leaving walk downhill again to the Woodley Park stop!



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250 years ago Georgetown was a small port making money from the tobacco trade. Today it’s one of the oldest and smartest neighborhoods in Washington, buzzing with history, gastronomy and society. Where else would you find a set of stairs associated with the horror movie The Exorcist (36th Street NW), the Mongolian Embassy, The National Society of the Colonial Dames of America (Dumbarton House) and Billy Martin's Tavern where JFK reportedly proposed to Jackie O. Take guided walks through the history of Georgetown, shop at the chic boutiques, eat at one of the many fine restaurants and end your evening at an inviting neighborhood bar or brew-house.

Georgetown, Washington DC