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Hotel of the week: W Washington, D.C.

The landmark Hotel Washington, located next door to the White House, has reopened after a makeover by W Hotels. 

Stay next door to the White House the next time you’re in D.C., said Andrew Bender in the Los Angeles Times. Right nearby on ­Pennsylvania Avenue, the landmark Hotel Washington has reopened after a makeover by W Hotels. “Glossy lipstick-red sofas snuggle alongside navy-blue pinstripe armchairs, evoking the dualities on which this town thrives: seduction and power, female and male, intrigue and lucre.” Inside the hotel, J&G Steakhouse serves cuisine by New York’s Jean-Georges Vongerichten, while the rooftop Sky Bar offers unbeatable views of “Chez Obama” and the ­National Mall. Contact: Starwoodhotels.com/whotels

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