A terrace at AKA White House.
The election excitement may be over, but now Obama’s supporters will descend on the District for his second inauguration. Luckily, some of DC’s finest hotels offer luxurious packages to help them celebrate in comfort and style.
AKA White House
Located just a few blocks from that very important residence, AKA White House is offering a $57,000 package, priced in observance of the 57th inauguration, which includes a seven-night stay on the penthouse floor for the festivities. Up to 12 guests can stay in four well-appointed suites and enjoy the floor’s 1,100 square feet of outdoor terrace space offering incredible views of the city. The package also includes the services of a personal butler and chauffeur along with a private en-suite cocktail party featuring an open bar and appetizers for up to 25 people. 1710 H St. NW, 202-904-2500
Park Hyatt Washington
This sophisticated hotel presents its “American Style” package from January 18 to 22. The four-night stay in a 1,632-square-foot corner suite (complete with a baby grand piano and travertine-carved stone tub) is only the beginning of the event-filled experience. Priced at $57,000, the whirlwind visit also includes an evening at the Chef’s Table at Blue Duck Tavern, a signed magnum bottle of wine made exclusively for the hotel by vintner Jed Steele, spa treatments en-suite, styling by Saks Fifth Avenue Tysons Galleria, and VIP access to a performance of the National Symphony Orchestra at the Kennedy Center. 1201 24th St. NW, 202-789-1234
The Ritz-Carlton, Washington DC
The Ritz-Carlton showcases its magnificent hospitality in its one-of-a-kind $100,000 “Access Washington” package. It offers a slew of amenities over the course of four nights, including first-class airfare, luxury transportation, and styling from Saks Fifth Avenue Chevy Chase. The package also boasts an array of provisions such as a private dessert decorating party at Georgetown Cupcake, a diamond and ruby pin by jeweler Ann Hand, and a three-course dinner prepared by the hotel’s executive chef Yves Samake and DC Central Kitchen students. 1150 22nd St. NW, 202-835-0500