The LINE Hotel DC

4 June 2019

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Instagram. One minute I love it, the next I’m moaning about how the algorithm is total bollocks, but then also waxing lyrical about how it’s where I find out about places to go, stay and eat and drink when travelling. 
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When doing some research for my work trip / holiday to Washington DC, I went straight to Instagram, and found two hotels I wanted to stay in once work was over. One, I’ve already written about (see here), and now it’s time for the other one. 

Which, brings me nicely to The LINE DC. 

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The LINE Hotel DC
The second LINE hotel, with the flagship located in Los Angeles, and the third in Austin, is based in the Adams Morgan area of Washington DC. Housed in a renovated neoclassical church, the property has 220 bedrooms, two restaurants, bars, a coffee shop, meeting rooms, gym, and its very own radio station, Full Service Radio, that broadcasts live from a lounge in the lobby. The station, which streams online, plays music and conducts interviews and round table discussions with local and visiting artists, and musicians. Although this building isn’t officially a church any more, for interior and architecture geeks like me, it is definitely a place of worship.The LINE Hotel DC
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With over 3,000 pieces of original artwork and photography from local artists, a stunning chandelier made from repurposed organ pipes from the original church organ, and pews, saved from the church, and now repainted and placed all around the public spaces in the hotel.
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The LINE Hotel DC
The LINE Hotel Washington D.C.
Let’s talk rooms, bedrooms. All 220 of them have been designed to promote a sense of calm and relaxation. Walking into our room, felt like walking into someone’s very cool, chic studio flat, complete with long hallway leading to the main room. The bed was huge, and there was even a seating area, with chairs, a coffee table and used books sourced from a local bookshop. Plus, the mini bar was stocked with essentials, plus a few extras. The bathroom was gorgeous, featuring a huge walk in shower, toiletries from holistic brand American Medicinal Arts, and bathrobes from Frette. Hip Hotels in Washington DC
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There’s plenty of food and drink to go around, with five dining and drinking spots in total: Brothers and Sister; Coffee shop; The Cup We All Race 4; an all-day restaurant, A Rake’s Progress, an Asian-inspired restaurant and bar called Spoken English, and A Rake’s Bar, whose primary focus is on local distiller’s and brewers products.
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The LINE Hotel DC
 A one night stay was definitely not long enough!

Amen to that.

1770 Euclid St NW, Washington, DC 20009, USA

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