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Find a home away from home at the day rooms of Yours Truly DC. The hotel is structured like a house with all your needs attended to, and has the convenient amenities you’d hope for, including free Wi-Fi and the Mercy Me restaurant, café, and cocktail bar providing on-site dining. The local area has a world class assortment of museums covering everything from artwork to space flight, in addition to national memorials, and the Smithsonian National Zoological Park.
Dining Delights – The closest dining option to the day rooms is the hotel’s on-site restaurant Mercy Me, where dishes inspired by South America await. And if you’re exploring the nearby area there are plenty of alternatives, such as refined French-Belgian cuisine courtesy of Marcel’s by Robert Wiedmaier. If you prefer fine New American dining prepared with locally sourced ingredients then try Blue Duck Tavern, whilst Rasika West End (just across the road from the hotel door) offers Indian fare both classic and modern. Other styles in the vicinity include seafood, Ethiopian, Italian, and more.
Magnificent Museums – Inquiring minds have a world class complex of museums close at hand thanks to the Smithsonian collection of artistic, historic, and scientific exhibitions to the south. Delve into the story of the African American community at the National Museum of African American History and Culture, or admire European and American artwork at the National Gallery of Art. And you can explore the history of aviation and space travel at the Smithsonian National Air and Space Museum.
Smithsonian National Zoological Park – North of the hotel is the Smithsonian National Zoological Park, a famous wildlife center brimming with thousands of denizens from around the world. The giant pandas are a popular highlight with visitors, with other main attractions including regal lions, and massive Asian elephants.
Historic Memorials – The greatest of Americans are honored here, including the 16 million Americans who served the cause of freedom at the World War II Memorial. Abraham Lincoln’s classically influenced 19 foot marble statue continues to look over the nation, whilst between the two and a little to the south the Martin Luther King, Jr. Memorial pays tribute to the civil rights leader.
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On-site valet parking.