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Capital Hilton


    Capital Hilton
 in Washington
    Capital Hilton
 in Washington

Overview

Holding steadfast to the identity of one of America's most celebrated hotels, the Capital Hilton has been a site for important historical events since its opening date in 1943. Located in the electric downtown district of Washington DC, the Capital Hilton promises a location in close proximity to many of the city's most notable attractions, with the magnificent White House located just two blocks away.

The Capital Hilton hotel's elegantly appointed accommodations feature modern amenities coupled with historical décor. With fresh local fare at the property’s onsite dining outlets, North Gate Grill, and The Statler Lounge, guests can unwind in a congenial atmosphere amid their sightseeing. The fully-equipped fitness center and full-service spa, MINT, allow travelers to further unwind during their unique journey. The Capital Hilton’s regal design and exquisite features have welcomed presidents, dignitaries, and countless notable leaders alike throughout its distinguished history, leaving a legacy that will last for years to come.

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President Barack Obama's very first Instagram photo, posted in 2012, was taken onsite at the Capital Hilton.

Original Property Opened: 1943

Contact Information:
1001 16th Street NW
Washington, District of Columbia
20036

WWII, 1939 ~ 1945

Holding steadfast to the identity of one of America's most celebrated hotels, the Capital Hilton has been a site for important historical events since its opening date in 1943.

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