Why it’s worth traveling for…
There’s no need to have faith to know that The LINE DC is giving history a stylish spin in the nation’s capital. Nestled in the heart of Adams Morgan, one of D.C.’s most eclectic and diverse neighborhoods, The LINE DC has taken a 110-year-old neoclassical church and transformed it into the place to see and be seen.
In the neighborhood’s first hotel, public art is draped between the large pillars of the entrance, organ pipes fashioned into a modern chandelier sway from the lobby ceiling, mahogany couches are covered in midnight blue velvet, and hymn signs are repurposed as wayfinding throughout. Plus, your fur baby can get in on the action too. All pets enjoy their stay at The LINE DC free of charge (with a special rate going toward a D.C. pet nonprofit).
Why you will never want to leave…
- No two rooms are the same at The LINE DC, but each features a curated micro-library, plush-top mattress, homemade bath products and up to 14 pieces of art from local female artists
- Rooftop with panoramic views of the skyline
- 24/7 room service
- Decadent multiethnic options from James Beard Award winners, Erik Bruner-Yang and Spike Gjerde
- Sweet treats by pastry chef Pichet Ong
- Traveling bartender and cocktail cart that roams between 4 p.m. to 7 p.m
But if you do…
- Get a taste of American history and go sightseeing in the nation’s capital
- Explore the Adams Morgan’s neighborhood diverse food and nightlife scene. A bonus? It’s the only 24-hour neighboorhood in Washington D.C. with live music seven days a week.
- Hit a local bookstore or vintage boutique
- The Smithsonian National Zoological Park is a short walk away
- Rejuvenate at nearby spas Unwind Wellness or Wat Massage
- Explore the plethora of museums in the district