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Girlfriends Weekend Getaway: Washington, D.C.

Updated: Aug 15, 2019

Gather up your girlfriends for a weekend trip to the Nation's capital, Washington, D.C. As one of the largest tourist attractions, Washington, D.C. attracts everyone with its various monuments, memorials, and local flavors. Busy streets, eccentric artwork, and a blend of cultures like no other, Washington will certainly offer a memorable and lively experience.


Kimpton Hotel Monaco | Washington, D.C.

Only a six minute walk to Dupont Circle metro station and 2.4 miles from the National Mall, Kimpton Hotel Monaco features chic rooms at an affordable price. With several friendly amenities including a spa, bar onsite, outdoor swimming pool and several restaurants surrounding, Kimpton is perfect for a girlfriends getaway. To start your mornings and evenings, Kimpton also offers free evening wine receptions and morning coffee.

Eaton Hotel | Washington, D.C.

With retro-chic rooms, sitting areas and a mini bar, Eaton Hotel is only a nine minute walk to the metro station and a mile from the National Museum of African American History and Culture. Serving complimentary coffee and pastries, Eaton’s rooftop bar and live music will sway you into an enjoyable night with the girls.

Moxy Hotel | Washington, D.C.

Starting as low as $80 dollars a room, Moxy Hotel is the definition of industrial chic. Guests are able to enjoy the city view within their sleek, vintage, leather accented rooms. The getaway can also extend to the lobby lounge, retro grams, pastries, light meals and a bar serving coffee and cocktails. Adventuring outside the hotel, guests are only a 10 minute walk from the metro and a mile from the National Mall.


Brunch: Founding Farmers

Gather the ladies for an afternoon brunch at Founding Fathers. Inspired by the American agricultural tradition, founding fathers mission is to offer quality accessible food. With a wide variety of options on the brunch menu, guests are able to pick some Farmhouse favorites such as breakfast chicken and waffles or build their own plate. Breakfast cocktails as well as coffee and espressos are a perfect start to the morning.

Brunch: Ted Bulletin

Branded as the new favorite neighborhood restaurant, Ted Bulletin is a hot spot for lunch! From salads to pasta, sandwiches and timeless meals, guests are able to indulge in a “family friendly time capsule.” Well known for their home made sweets, guests are offered milkshakes, desserts and ted tarts. Best of all, adult milkshakes are accessible to guests, a sweet beverage with a bit of liquid courage.

Dinner: Roy Boys

A southern based restaurant in the heart of DC specializing in fried chicken and fresh oysters. A late night menu as well as a happy hour menu, the night can come to a successful end with great food and drinks. With affordable prices for both their alcoholic beverages and food, Roy Boys is the complete way to end the night.


Union Market

With a neighborhood vibe, Union Market offers a sociable atmosphere. Start by touring the area and shopping at one of the seven shopping centers. End the day by choosing one of the eleven options to enjoy a meal and or beverage with the ladies. Entertainment is also included live music, films and a celebration of cultures. Indulge with your friends and the community for an eventful night.

Coconut Club

Pink, palm trees and pictures, grab the ladies for food, drinks and aesthetically pleasing instagram photos. Owned by Adam Greenberg, a Food Network Chopped Grand Champion four times running, a judge and chef for Barcelona Wine Bar, Coconut Club bring the beach and sunny skies to you. With an extensive seafood, salads, meat and dessert menu, Coconut Bar also specializes in tropical cocktails, as well as beers/ciders wine and bottle.

Night Light Monument Tours

A late night tour around D.C. to indulge in history with illuminating lights everywhere. Enjoy the historical monuments D.C. has the offer such as the Lincoln Memorial, Washington Monument, 9/11 Memorial, WWII Memorial and more.

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