Elite Experience in the Capital Region
Bolger Center • Potomac, MD
- A One-Night Stay for Two in a Standard Room ($89), Deluxe Double Room ($109), or Suite ($119)
- Breakfast for Two
- Two $10 Metro Fare Cards
Potomac, Maryland, has long been an exclusive enclave of politicians, CEOs, and other members of DC's elite. But with this week's Escape to the Bolger Center hotel, you don't have to be on the ballot to run with the in-crowd.
Bring your running mate for a one-night stay in a Standard Room ($89), Deluxe Room ($109), or Suite ($119). Standard Rooms—with sophisticated décor, plush queen beds, Gilchrist & Soames bath amenities, and complimentary Wi-Fi—are anything but standard. For extra space, choose the Deluxe Double Room with two queen beds, or fete visiting dignitaries in a spacious Suite.
Kick off your day with included breakfast for two, then go for a morning jog along the sprawling property's nature trail or swim a few laps in the pool. No matter what's on your agenda, an included pair of $10 Metro cards will take you where you want to go.
Board at the Grosvenor-Strathmore Metro station for a quick trip into Bethesda, Maryland—Forbes' most educated town in America. This fine-dining mecca has more restaurants per square mile than nearly anywhere else in the country.
Of course, no Washington campaign would be complete without a trip into the district. "One version of Washington, DC comprises marble, monuments, and museums in the shadow of the Capitol dome," says Lonely Planet. "The other describes great restaurants, wild clubs, and more culture than a city this size deserves."
Cobblestone streets lined with fancy boutiques and tastefully restored homes make the Georgetown neighborhood a front-runner among visitors and locals alike. On the National Mall, monuments and museums show off the capital's impressive collection of art and culture. Drop by the Smithsonian's Freer and Sackler Galleries to peruse Asian art, including Japanese prints, Chinese jade, and Islamic ceramics.
Make a power play for this week's Escape to the Bolger Center. Unlike others lobbying for your attention, Washington won't disappoint.
"Washington's monument row is always best viewed at night, when the tourists are gone and the romantics are strolling arm in arm."-- The New York Times
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