The Henley Park Hotel, Washington DC

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Making its debut in 1918 as an upscale apartment building, Tudor Hall offered apartment homes to many United States congressmen and senators. In 1982, the building was meticulously restored and converted into The Henley Park Hotel, Washington DC. Today, the lobby boasts its original stained glass windows and Mercer tile floor; traditional archways, mouldings, carved walls, and leaded glass windows are featured throughout. The façade of the building displays 119 gargoyles; four others above the restaurant atrium were rescued from New York’s razed Commodore Hotel. The elegant guestrooms are furnished with fine 19th-century reproductions.

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Experience the National Portrait Gallery, Ford’s Theatre, the U.S. Capitol, and the White House within walking distance of the hotel.


Discover the distinctive Tudor-style architectural and structural details of The Henley Park Hotel.


Explore the various museums of the Smithsonian Institution, which are among the most famous museums and galleries in the world.


Experience a historical tour of the following institutions: the Capitol Building, Supreme Court of the United States, and the Library of Congress.


Taste the renowned cuisine of The Tavern at the Henley Park, which is set in the formerly open courtyard.

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