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The Georgetown Inn debuted in 1962 with a four-day-long extravaganza. For the next several decades, the venue emerged as a favorite getaway for the rich and famous. The first of many well-known dignitaries to reside at the hotel were the Duke and Duchess of Windsor, who are considered to be the Georgetown Inn’s first official guests. The location also became a haunt for numerous Hollywood celebrities, such as Marlon Brando, Robert Mitchum, and Elizabeth Taylor. The Georgetown Inn maintained its lavish appeal due to its first General Manager, Collins Bird, who garnered a following for his brilliant temperament. The Georgetown Inn is once again a prominent destination in downtown Washington.

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Location Map

Explore the Georgetown Waterfront Park, several Smithsonian museums, the Lincoln Memorial, Dumbarton Oaks, and Tudor Place steps away.

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Discover

Discover the Colonial Revival-style architecture of Georgetown Inn.

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Explore

Explore the Smithsonian Museums, which are among the most famous museums and galleries in the world.

Image of lobby Georgetown Inn, 1962, Member of Historic Hotels of America, in Washington, District of Columbia,Experience

Experience

Experience a performance at the Kennedy Center, the busiest performing arts facility in the United States.

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Taste

Taste upscale American dishes at Martin’s Tavern, a Georgetown institution, and sit at one of the presidents’ favorite booths and tables.

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