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Location: 10 Thomas Cir, Washington, DC 20005 Hotline #: Toll Free Phone 800-424-1140 Local Phone 202-842-1300 Fax 202-371-9602
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Washington Plaza Hotel

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In 1843, Thomas Circle was a quiet residential neighborhood, a reprieve for the political, business and social elite away from the bustle of “The Hill.” In fact, the site of the Washington
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Country United States of America
State/Province District of Columbia
Distance: 8,889 Kilometers

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In 1843, Thomas Circle was a quiet residential neighborhood, a reprieve for the political, business and social elite away from the bustle of “The Hill.” In fact, the site of the Washington Plaza Hotel was home to Andrew Wylie, a presiding judge in the trial of the Lincoln assassination. Nearly 120 years later, in 1962, the International Inn opened, quickly becoming one of Washington, DC’s most popular and cherished hotels. Architect Morris Lapidus, known for the famed Fountainebleu and Eden Roc hotels in Miami Beach-insisted on designing a resort-like property to exceed the expectations of DC visitors. With its curving corridors, strong graphic elements, and sensational swimming pool, the resulting nine-story edifice on Thomas Circle was the talk of the town.


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Distance: 8,889 Kilometers
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