Home to a prestigious Washington, DC address, Melrose Georgetown Hotel boasts an unmatched location near Georgetown in the heart of America's capital.
Our hotel is located in the Northwest quadrant of the city and just steps from the historic Georgetown neighborhood, which is older than the city of
Washington, DC itself.
Things To Do in Georgetown
An enchanting waterfront setting along the Potomac River, Georgetown features some of the city's finest attractions, landmarks, and sightseeing, including the Old Stone House, which is Washington DC's oldest unchanged standing building. Georgetown is also home to hundreds of boutiques, shops and leading retailers as well as a lively dining scene that ranges from charming sidewalk cafes and coffee shops to fine dining at award-winning restaurants. The main campus of Georgetown University is located within Georgetown, as are the embassies of France, Mongolia, Sweden, Thailand and the Ukraine.
Noted Historic Landmarks
Founded in 1751 on the site of a Native American village, the historic neighborhood of Georgetown is home to some of the most important landmarks in all of Washington, DC.
Top places of Interest Include
The Forrest-Marbury House where George Washington negotiated for the land that would be America's capital.
Healy Hall on the Georgetown University campus, a National Historic Landmark which was built in 1877 to 1879.
The City Tavern Club, built in 1796 and the oldest commercial structure in Washington, DC
The Dumbarton Oaks residence - the former home of John C. Calhoun, U.S. Vice President and where the United Nations charter was outlined in 1944
The Georgetown Lutheran Church, Georgetown's first church, which dates back to 1769.
The Museum of the Bible, opening in November 2017, is dedicated to the history and impact of the Scripture.