Omni Shoreham Hotel, Washington DC
A Washington, DC institution, Omni Shoreham Hotel has hosted every president's inaugural ball from Franklin D. Roosevelt to Barack Obama and is the location where Bill Clinton famously played his saxophone during his inauguration. To pay tribute to such presidential presence, the historic hotel boasts nine Presidential Suites that bear the name of one of America's past leaders.
Recent renovations have left the Omni Shoreham hotel rooms with elegance, charm, and most importantly, comfort. Meeting spaces are refined and distinguished and have drawn visitors from all over the globe. Original owner Harry Bralove had a vision of a combined temporary and long term residential space, which in turn, guestrooms were constructed with the needs of a long-term guest in mind. To this day, they are the largest sleeping rooms in the Washington area.
A AAA 4 Diamond Hotel, Omni Shoreham Hotel is situated on eleven acres adjoining Rock Creek Park and offers spectacular views and convenient access to the city’s favorite attractions. Nearby, guests can explore the diverse neighborhoods of Adams Morgan and Dupont Circle, as well as Washington’s financial, entertainment, and shopping district. With easy access to Metro’s red line, the Smithsonian Museums, National Archives, Library of Congress, and Capitol Hill are just a few minutes away.
Original Property Opened: 1930
2500 Calvert Street N.W.
Washington, DC 20008
Historic Hotels of America toll-free reservations number (800) 678-8946
The Great Depression, 1929 ~ 1938
A Washington, DC institution, Omni Shoreham Hotel has hosted every president's inaugural ball from Franklin D. Roosevelt to Barack Obama and is the location where Bill Clinton famously played his saxophone during his inauguration.
Learn more about the History of Omni Shoreham Hotel, Washington DC .