The turn-of-the-last-century District Hotel sits on a quiet, tree-lined street between two of the city's prettiest areas, Dupont Circle and Logan Circle. In a four-story building on a historic block, the brick-fronted District Hotel is homey and unpretentious. The 58 rooms are various sizes, making them suitable for one to four people. Furnishings are cozy and comfortable, and black-and-white photos of the city add a historic feel. Stay connected with high-speed internet. The continental breakfast buffet is a nice touch, and you can keep up with current events with your free newspaper. About five blocks from the Dupont Circle and McPherson Square Metro stations, the District Hotel has access to public transportation. On the subway you can get to the National Mall in minutes, and a brisk walk gets you there in less than a half hour. The hotel is around the corner from two of the city's trendiest shopping and dining strips, 14th Street and P Street. Five blocks west is Dupont Circle, a tree-ringed park with a gushing fountain in the middle. Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport is about five miles away. If you're seeking a quiet location in a residential neighborhood, the District Hotel is at the top of the list. The wide choice of dining and drinking options nearby is another plus.