Rosewood Washington, D.C.
1050 31st ST NW, Washington, D.C. 20007, USA 
+1 202 617 2400 

Located on 31st Street between M and K Streets, Rosewood Washington, D.C. rests directly on the Chesapeake & Ohio (C&O) Canal, a National Historical Park which winds through the vibrant neighborhood of Georgetown. With its tree-lined streets, quaint brick row houses and cobblestone sidewalks, Georgetown is D.C.’s cultural heart. The famously charming, pedestrian-friendly community offers a wealth of museums and galleries, specialty boutiques and many of the District's finest restaurants and bars.

The hotel’s ideal location provides easy access to all of Washington, D.C., including the National Mall and Smithsonian museums, the U.S. Capitol and White House, the World Bank and other international organizations, federal government agencies, and the city’s financial and business districts. Rosewood Washington, D.C. is situated in close proximity to the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts, Rock Creek Park, Georgetown University and George Washington University.

Current Time

7:50 a.m.


scattered thunderstorms
73°F / 23°C

Daylight Time Zone

EDT/GMT-4 hrs

Official Currency

U.S. Dollar


Washington, D.C. experiences four distinct seasons.
November to March: Highs 42-55°F/Lows 27-38°F
April to October: Highs 64-87°F/Lows 44-68°F


Nearest Airports

Ronald Reagan Washington National (7 miles, 15 minutes), Dulles International (26 miles, 45 minutes), Baltimore/Washington International (30 mile, 50 minutes)


Taxis are available at all major airports. Private sedan and limousine service may be arranged through the concierge.


Valet Parking is available at the hotel garage: USD54 per night

*However, due to height restrictions, the hotel is not able to accommodate vehicles exceeding 65”. Our team will be able to recommend nearby alternative parking locations. The hotel does not offer valet parking services in this case.

Water Taxi

Potomac Riverboat Company offers sightseeing tours, private charters and water taxi transportation along the historic Potomac River. Eight vessels connect the Washington, D.C. community by water with berths at National Harbor, Gaylord Convention Center, Georgetown, Alexandria, Mount Vernon, the National Mall, and Nationals Park for baseball games.