Washington DC’s Renaissance: Just Check Out the View from the Cool W Hotel
Maybe it's the shift of power from Manhattan, maybe it's a new optimism, but the city inside the Beltway has jettisoned its staid image for a wholesale revival of wide swaths of the cityscape. Washington today is Rome at year zero: the most important place on Earth," says David Von Drehle, who spent many years as a reporter and editor for the Washington Post. "We're talking money and power. As always, this combination attracts the brainy, the bold, the conniving, and the glamorous."
Center stage in the article? One of our fave hotels. National Geographic Traveler highlights the happening rooftop bar at the W: "Another expansive vista of the city is found at the new W Hotel—minted from the capital's venerable Washington Hotel—which features a rooftop bar that enables you to watch the President's helicopter land on the south lawn of the White House."
Hot Deals: Until June 15, 2010, you can get 50% off your second night and a packet of seeds to start your own spring garden with the "Better Tomorrows" package at the W.
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