The Shops at National Place
Your visit to our nation's capital won't be complete without a shopping trip to The Shops at National Place, a festive retail complex featuring 60 uncommon shops, boutiques and eating establishments which include Perfumania, Casual Corner and August Max.
Located in the heart of downtown, near the Metro Center METRO Stop.
Phone: (202) 662-1250
W.H. Smith Gift Shop
Sundries, news, snacks and drinks, DC gifts, cards, art, souvenirs, apparel and books, the W.H. Smith Gift Shop is there for our guests.
Located on the Lobby Level of the hotel.
Hours of Operation: Open 7:00 a.m. to 11:00 p.m.
Phone: (202) 429-9689, extension: 100
Over 100 specialty stores and galleries are inside this Four Level Victorian Mall which include J. Crew, Ann Taylor, Dean & DeLuca and the Polo Store. In addition this Georgetown shopping destination offers a concierge, currency exchange, and the Old Town Trolley Ticket Center.
Georgetown Park is located on M Street.
Phone: (202) 298-5577
A stylish small collection of upscale shopping ranges from Neiman Marcus, Filene to Saks 5th Avenue Men's Store. Within Mazza Gallery is the General Cinemas Movie Theatre which has 11 screens showing the latest box office hits in comfortable surroundings.
Located on Wisconsin Avenue.
Phone: (202) 966-6114
Two levels of 100 plus stores offering a wide variety of restaurants and culinary delights plus a 9 screen American Multi-Cinema Complex. You'll discover quaint DC Shopping boutiques, fashion/gift stores, and Washington, D.C. souvenir stores. From Ann Taylor to Pendleton, Chico to Wilsons Leather, Union Station has it all.
Located at Union Station METRO Stop.
Phone: (202) 289-1908
2000 Penn Retail Merchants
The shops at 2000 Penn are in a very unique architectural setting and include GAP, Tower Records, Kinkead's Restaurant, Au Bon Pain, La Prima, Expressions, Ladies Fashions and many more.
Located at Pennsylvania Avenue.
Phone: (202) 452-0924
Addison / Ripley
Contemporary work by local artists including painters Manon Cleary and Wolf Kahn and photographer Terri Weifenbach are exhibited in this respectable gallery.
Located on Wisconsin Avenue, near the Foggy Bottom/GWU METRO Stop.
Phone: (202) 338-5180
Geoffrey Diner Gallery
Hard-core antique shoppers will discover this gallery to hold treasure items that include 19th century wares, Tiffany lamps, and Arts and Crafts pieces from England and the United States.
Located on 21st Street, near the Dupont Circle METRO Stop.
Phone: (202) 483-5005