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What's Chinatown Like?

There's a lot visitors like about Chinatown, especially its restaurants and museums. Travelers like this walkable neighborhood for its art scene. Learn about local heritage at landmarks like Capital Savings Bank Site and Peterson House. There's plenty more to see, including Capital One Arena and Smithsonian American Art Museum.

Where are the Best Places to Stay in Chinatown?

We have 72 accommodations in the neighborhood. Here are our travelers' top lodging choices in Chinatown:

Riggs Washington DC

Luxury hotel with restaurant, 24-hour health club
  • • Free WiFi • 24-hour fitness center • Garden • 24-hour front desk • Central location

Motto by Hilton Washington DC City Center

3.5-star hotel with restaurant, bar
  • • Free WiFi • Fitness center • Rooftop terrace • Café • Central location

Fairfield Inn & Suites by Marriott Washington, DC/Downtown

3-star hotel with restaurant, bar
  • • Free WiFi • 24-hour fitness center • Terrace • 24-hour front desk • Central location

Hampton Inn Washington-Downtown-Convention Center, DC

Hotel with restaurant, bar
  • • Free breakfast • Free WiFi • 24-hour fitness center • Terrace • Central location

Kimpton Hotel Monaco Washington DC, an IHG Hotel

Luxury hotel with restaurant, bar
  • • 24-hour fitness center • 24-hour front desk • Central location

How to Get to Chinatown

Flying to:

  • • Ronald Reagan National Airport (DCA), 3.6 mi (5.8 km) from Chinatown
  • • Baltimore Washington International Airport (BWI), 27.1 mi (43.6 km) from Chinatown
  • • Washington Dulles International Airport (IAD), 23.2 mi (37.4 km) from Chinatown

Things to See and Do in and around Chinatown

What to See in Chinatown

  • • Capital One Arena
  • • Capital Savings Bank Site
  • • Friendship Arch
  • • Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial Library
  • • Peterson House

Things to Do in Chinatown

  • • Smithsonian American Art Museum
  • • Donald W. Reynolds Center for American Art and Portraiture
  • • Sidney Harman Hall
  • • National Portrait Gallery
  • • National Museum of Crime and Punishment

Other Popular Chinatown Attractions

  • • Marian Koshland Science Museum
  • • Lansburgh Theatre
  • • Washington D.C. Madame Tussauds
  • • Ford's Theater

When Is the Best Time to Visit Washington?

  • • Hottest months: July, August, June, September (average 76°F)
  • • Coldest months: January, February, December, March (average 40°F)
  • • Rainiest months: May, June, July, September (average 4 inches of rainfall)

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