Bask in the Beaux Arts grandeur of W Washington D.C. as you explore the nation's capital. Mix it up on the National Mall, take in the magnificence of the Reflecting Pool or stroll through history as you tour the memorials and Smithsonian Museums.Ascend to our rooftop POV for stunning White House ...
Rooftop bar with views of the White House. Get there early and during the week, it's always packed
Go to the roof to enjoy views of the White House, National Mall, and much more. Rooftop bar and club, as well as, a bar in the lobby. You do not need to be a guest to enjoy.
The bar/restaurant on the top floor has the best views of the White House and Washington Monument.
Best rooftop bar with view of White House lawn (sometimes you see the heli drop the prez off) or try flights of original president drinks like Obamacare yes I can or book of secrets . I. E. You open the Book of secrets to get to a flask.
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