In a converted early 1900s church, this sophisticated hotel in the cosmopolitan Adams Morgan neighborhood is a minute's walk from the nightlife on 18th Street Northwest, 2 miles from Route 1, and 3 miles from the Washington Monument.
Vintage-chic, art-filled rooms have free Wi-Fi, flat-screen TVs and minibars, plus sitting areas; some offer monument views. Suites add separate living/dining rooms. Upgraded suites feature balconies. Room service is available.
Housed in a neoclassical 20th century church in Adams Morgan, LINE DC features 60-foot vaulted ceilings, millwork, brass detailing, and large copper entry doors. It is located 1.7 mi from Downtown Washington, DC. Free WiFi is offered. All units feature a private bathroom with free toiletries, a hairdryer, bathrobes and slippers. All units also include a seating area, coffee machine and 55" flat-screen cable TV. A Rake's Progress is a wood-fired American restaurant led by Chef Spike Gjerde and mixologist Corey Polyoka. They also host the lobby coffee bar, The Cup We All Race 4. James Beard finalist and DC local Erik Bruner-Yang, of Maketto, introduces two restaurant concepts, Brothers and Sisters and Michelin Bib Gourmand-awarded Spoken English. LINE DC features a number of dining and drinking options, a live broadcast radio station and a rooftop with views encompassing the Washington Monument and the Washington National Cathedral. LINE DC is located between Dupont Circle metro and Columbia Heights metro stations. The Smithsonian National Zoological Park is 2799 feet away. Washington Convention Center and the White House are both within 2.2 mi of the property. The nearest airport is Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport, 7.8 mi from LINE DC.