My sister is currently attending college in Washington DC, so I now find myself spending a good bit of time there. My mother and I recently visited for her birthday celebration. We were all excited for a fun weekend getaway spent relaxing together. When we visit DC, we enjoy exploring the beautiful historic Georgetown area. There’s so much to do and see here! For this reason, we decided to stay at the impressive Avery Georgetown on our last visit. This inn has 15 guest rooms and suites and is located just moments away from Georgetown’s best restaurants, shops, and attractions. It is nestled in the perfect spot and is a hidden gem boutique DC property.
There’s a lot to love about The Avery Georgetown. If you’re looking for a unique and comfortable stay and plan to explore the Georgetown area, this place is perfect for you. As a boutique property, you’ll find a lot of nice extra touches that are not even a thought at a standard hotel.
This place has a charming look and feel and the design offers a mix of modern and traditional. While some hotels are a bit cluttered, this inn isn’t. All throughout the hotel, the minimal yet thoughtful pieces fit in perfectly. Everything looks and feels so clean, too. As for location, it’s just a few minutes walk away from Georgetown’s favorite spots, yet is hidden on a neighborhood street, away from traffic and loud noises.
During our trip, we stayed in a suite room. This setup features a large bedroom area with desk space and a chair, spacious bathroom area, and a separate room with a sleeper sofa, which pulls out into a queen size bed. There were two flat-screen televisions mounted to the walls. There was also space to hang clothes and a compact fridge was provided. For three of us, there was plenty of room to relax and unwind.
Of course, we had to stop at Georgetown Cupcakes—so we enjoyed cupcakes and wine at night before heading to bed.
Okay, enough about cupcakes—this post is about our hotel stay. 🙂 We found the suite room to be great, but there are other room options available, depending on your needs and the number of guests. Some rooms also open up into a private patio area, which looked beautiful. There is also an outdoor hangout space that all guests can enjoy. With the Georgetown landscape, it really feels like you’re just sitting in your own backyard.
I really loved that there were a lot of windows. It was fun looking out and taking in the sights of the surrounding neighborhood.
As I mentioned earlier, The Avery Georgetown goes above and beyond and this did not go unnoticed. You get more than a clean and comfortable space to stay during your visit. Here are some of the extra perks you’ll really love:
- Complimentary bottled water, soft drinks, and snacks in the mini-fridge
- Complimentary continental breakfast in the hotel bar/lobby area (tea, coffee, pastries, fruit)
- Complimentary evening happy hour in the hotel bar/lobby area (beer and wine)
We found ourselves out and about in the evenings, so we didn’t get a chance to check out the happy hour. But—the breakfast was a nice touch. Whether you want to grab and go before heading out to shop and check out a nearby museum, or plan to sit and relax in the provided seating area, you’ll find what you need to start the day.
I think you’ll really enjoy your time at The Avery Georgetown. Everything was clean, comfortable, and our stay was relaxing. The staff was friendly and helpful. If you do need to keep connected while visiting DC, the wifi is complimentary and works well. As for transportation, it’s the perfect location to walk to Georgetown’s best spots, but the metro is nearby and Uber is a great option as well.
If you plan to drive, you should know that parking is billed at an additional $50 per night.
See how cute the exterior looks? It really fits right into the neighborhood! I hope you enjoy your stay at The Avery Georgetown just as much as we did! 🙂
Address: 2616 P St NW, Washington, DC 20007
Phone Number: (202) 827-4390
Rates vary based on season and availability. You can book direct and view rates here.
Disclaimer: I was invited to stay at The Avery Georgetown. As always, all views are my own.