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Originally called The Commodore when it opened in 1927, Phoenix Park Hotel in Washington DC has always enjoyed a prime spot on Capitol Hill, just steps from the U.S. Capitol and the Supreme Court. Developed by famed Washington developer Harry Wardman, the hotel was bought in 1982 by Irish-American entrepreneur Daniel J. Coleman and renamed it in honor of Dublin’s 1,760-acre Phoenix Park, the largest urban park in Europe. Reminiscent of an 18th-century Irish manor house, this historic DC hotel has been beautifully updated to reflect the urban style of today’s Dublin townhouse, combining classic features and a stylish contemporary décor.

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Experience the U.S. Capitol Building, the Library of Congress, and the Supreme Court Building within walking distance of the hotel.


Discover the classic Georgian Revival-style façade of the Phoenix Park Hotel.


Explore the architecturally stunning United States Capitol Building and its Brumidi Corridors and historic dome.


Experience local National Trust for Historic Preservation historic sites and discover great architecture, magnificent landscapes, and life-changing stories.


Taste authentic Irish cuisine and enjoy a pint in The Dubliner Irish Pub and Restaurant located in the Phoenix Park Hotel.

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