Why it’s worth traveling for…
Set in a converted 1900s church in the heart of DC’s ultra-cool 24/7 Adams Morgan neighborhood, The LINE DC is a boutique hotel that delivers a rich cultural experience in the heart of the capital. Instantly recognizable from its neoclassical facade, soaring dome ceiling and enormous green vestibule door, the hotel is an exercise in vintage-chic, from the lobby’s repurposed mahogany church pew seating to the spacious art-filled guest rooms have industrial brass lighting fixtures and iconic monument views from the enormous windows. Add to that, the hotel is perfectly located within easy walking distance to DC’s must-see sites, culinary hotspots, boutiques, and trendy dive bars. Not that the action isn’t also happening onsite with a signature restaurant, trendy cafe, all-day neighborhood eatery come hangout, and community center that celebrates the art, collaborative spirit, and rich history of the nation’s epicenter.
1770 Euclid Street NW Washington DC 20009
202 588 0525
The hotel is a 7-minute drive from Washington’s DCA airport. It is also a short walk from the Woodley Park-Zoo/Adams Morgan Metro Station and Downtown DC.
When in DC, visiting its famous museums and monuments is a must. The hotel overlooks Lincoln Memorial, the White House, Washington Monument, and has easy accessibility to the Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History, National Air and Space Museum, and the National Gallery of Art.
220 guest rooms & suites
No Goodbyes is an all-day neighborhood hangout that brings together local farmers, fishermen, and ranchers from the Chesapeake Bay region to create an eclectic mix of elevated comfort dishes.
No Goodbyes is also a hotspot for creative cocktails at happy hour and its delicious late-night menu.
Run by local fitness trainer Graham King of Urban Athletic Club, the hotel gym takes an immersive, experiential approach to working out, think rooftop yoga, and active adventures throughout the city so you can exercise without missing the best of the capital.
- Located in the pulsating Adams
- Walking distance to DC’s best all-night diners live music venues and vintage boutiques.
- Overlooks the monument with views or walking distance to DC’s most iconic attractions The Lincoln Memorial, The White House, and Washington Monument.
- The Adams Morgan Community Center is a hub for the artistic and business community.
- The hotel’s home away from home program for business travelers and extended stays.