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  • The George, a Kimpton Hotel was renovated in February. It's just a few blocks from the U.S. Capitol.
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  • The George's Presidential Suite living room has seating for up to five people and featurs a custom rug with Washington's inaugural address printed on it.
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  • In the bedroom, a raised four-poster king bed similar to those from Washington's time is the focal point of the space. It is adorned with custom accent pillows made to look like Washington's famous uniform.
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  • The marble bathroom has dual black marble vanities and polished chrome candelabra light fixtures - a modern version of those seen at Washington's Mount Vernon home.
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  • There's also a separate water closet, an oversized free-standing soaking tub, and a separate glass-enclosed shower.
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  • The suite is home custom impressionistic graphic art piece derived from John Trumbull's famous painting "General Washington before the Battle of Trenton" (c. 1792)
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  • Rates for The George's Presidential Suite start from $500 per night.
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  • The George made its mark as the first boutique hotel to open in Washington, D.C. in 1998. There's a complimentary wine hour each night.
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