The Vibe: Trendsetting hipsters with money to burn.
The Area: In Washington DC’s northwestern neighbourhood of Adams Morgan, known for its eclectic restaurants, bars, flea markets, music and vintage shops. The Woodley Park and Columbia Heights metro stations are both walkable in under 15 minutes.
The DNA: The LINE Hotel DC is housed in a former Neoclassical Revival-style church, with 60-foot (18m) ceilings that houses five F&B outlets including a wood-fired restaurant, a coffee bar and a live broadcast radio station. The rooftop opens out over the Washington Monument and the Washington National Cathedral. Other amenities include a gym with fitness classes and rooftop yoga.
Suite-Me-Up: 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. Some suites feature balconies.
Seen: dezeen, dwell, Hospitality Design, Wallpaper*, WeHeart
Accolades: Condé Nast Traveler Hot List 2018, Wallpaper* Best Urban Hotels 2017
✅ free Wi-Fi • size matters: 220 rooms, including 23 suites (30-70m2) (323-753 sq ft) • hotel opened: December 2017 • architecture & interior design: INC Architecture & Design • bathroom amenities: custom • parking possible on-site (charged) ✅ pet friendly, no charges • 24-hour front desk • wheelchair accessible