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Came here for a pool day for my friends birthday. If you want to experience the pool/roof and don't have a room, you can pay a fee ($25) and just enjoy the rooftop vibes. Fri-Sun they have an attendant so you can get drinks and...More
We loved our stay here. The staff, from the bar staff to the doormen to the front desk are all very kind and friendly. It’s easy to feel very comfortable here. I want to give a special thanks to Chester, who brought all our belongings...More
About a mile and a half of upper Massachusetts Avenue Northwest is lined with some beautiful embassy buildings. Best seen on foot in good weather. There are a few embassies that are architecturally significant while others are more classical (Beaux Arts) in style. Definitely worth...More
Due to the heat we drove by embassy row carefully appreciating every single home. It is definately one of the prettiest places around town. Maybe under better weather we couldve walked around, but at 95 degrees, that was not an option. Will most definately try...More
So this is not just one, day, but over each weekend in May, different groups of Embassies open their doors, offer food and drink, demonstrate dancing, and play music. Each Embassy will offer something different and so it depends what countries interest you. Having gone...More
WE REALLY ENJOYED walking and driving through this majestic neighborhood with the embassies from many countries and gorgeous private homes of various architectural styles. Spring is in bloom in DC and the cherry blossoms were gorgeous. Other flowering trees and shrubs are showing their spring...More
We walked almost 5 miles looking at the different embassies. The architecture is amazing. The neighborhoods are safe and easy to navigate. A definite DC must do!! The benefits are it’s free and you get plenty of exercise!
Today we explored the surrounding residential area; to see how the ‘diplomatic corp live’ so to speak. So, we headed off (walked) to DuPont Circle which is the start of ‘Embassy Row’.
Pretty quiet on the streets being Sunday morning but came across the local...More
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Hello! Some of the embassies have open house days where you can tour and take a look inside, though I don’t recommend ringing the bell and asking to look, some of the embassies are very high security and I think that would... More
Hello! Some of the embassies have open house days where you can tour and take a look inside, though I don’t recommend ringing the bell and asking to look, some of the embassies are very high security and I think that would be frowned upon.
Have fun on your trip!
The best way to see the Embassies is on foot during one of the first two weekends in May every year. These are the Embassy Row Open House weekends. In additiony the entire month of May has special world culture events and... More
The best way to see the Embassies is on foot during one of the first two weekends in May every year. These are the Embassy Row Open House weekends. In additiony the entire month of May has special world culture events and is called "Passport DC". There is an official website that has very good information on the open house. The first weekend is called the "Around the World" cultural event, while the second weekend event covers only European countries and is officially called "euopenhouse".