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Embassy Circle Guest House is a stunning Washington DC Bed and Breakfast Inn renowned for its hospitality. A Select Registry and Diamond Collection property, this elegant bed and breakfast in Washington DC is owned and managed by Raymond and Laura Saba. Embassy Circle Guest House is housed in a beautifully renovated former embassy in DC's most popular downtown neighborhood - historic, safe, and convenient, Dupont Circle. Enjoy a delicious breakfast, afternoon snacks, evening wine and free Wi-Fi at our beautifully renovated bed and breakfast in the heart of downtown Washington, DC. Each of the 11 guest rooms at our Washington DC Bed and Breakfast Accommodation has been furnished to delight your eyes and bring comfort, relaxation and rest to your body. Surrounded by embassies, art galleries and restaurants, our Bed and Breakfast in Dupont Circle, is the ideal Washington DC Bed & Breakfast for business or pleasure. Don’t forget to experience the history and nightlife of Adam’s Morgan & Georgetown, within easy walking distance of our Romantic Washington DC getaway.
4.6 on May 27, 2014
Excellent hospitality. The rooms are spacious and very clean. I highly recommend Embassy Circle Guesthouse.
5 on March 06, 2014
Winter getaway. Location perfect and staff, to a person, completely friendly and accomodating. Lovely rooms and good conversation. I missed a tv but understand that isn't always the B & B experience.
4.8 on February 24, 2014
We had a terrefic visit and really enjoyed the people and the property.
3.2 on February 21, 2014
Lovely, clean house with a warm welcome. Tastefully decorated, classic European comfort and style. We had an upper floor bedroom which was lovely and quiet. Charming hosts and staff. Only quibbles are that the bathroom (shower room!) was a bit tight, there are no tubs available and the breakfast is lighter fare than we expected (French toast was available). The breakfast tends to be a continental selection (smoked salmon, baked goods, fruit, granola) so don't expect the Full English or a heaping pile of ham and eggs cooked your way that will last you all day.
5 on September 01, 2013
We enjoyed everything about our stay at the Embassy Circle Guest House, from the large clean comfortable rooms to the very friendly staff and the fabulous breakfasts and the helpful guidance given to us to enhance our stay in Washington DC
5 on August 22, 2013
This beautifully restored, elegantly furnished B&B is a gem! Hosts Laura and Raymond Saba and staff are charming and 100% dedicated to ensuring a delightful guest experience. The convenient location in the Embassy District is a short walk to the Metro Station and many restaurants. Breakfasts are delicious! We enjoyed the lively conversation among guests and hosts at breakfast and evening wine receptions. We definitely hope to make a return trip to the Embassy Circle Guesthouse!
5 on July 05, 2013
We had a great stay for our anniversary. The innkeepers were great hosts, the food was superb, and the location was great. I've stayed at a lot of B&B's and Inns and Embassy Circle is at the top of the list.
5 on April 01, 2012
I came to rest my weary soul ..... and found myelf in such a state of peace and tranquility during my stay at the Embassey Circle Guest House that it seemed sureal. The decor is absolutely beautiful. The Love that created this elegant Bed and Breakfast can be felt and seen throughout the house. The comfort, nuturing and hospitality provided by Laura and Raymond Saba can not be expressed , they make you feel like one of the family. Safe, beautiful neighborhood, majority of sites within walking distance and user-friendly Metro (train). In closing, Raymond's breakfast is to die for, the wine selection was great and homemade goodies and plentiful snacks were the icing on the cake. I'm suprised the rates are not higher for the quality of service and elegance of the Embassy Circle Guest House. Thank you for such a memorable stay.
5 on November 02, 2011
We thoroughly enjoyed our 4 night stay at the Embassy Circle Guest House last week. Our hosts, owner/operators Laura & Raymond, did a fabulous job remodeling the property and they are first rate operators. The staff was exceedingly pleasant and extremely helpful. Breakfast was very good and Laura ensures that there is lively conversation around the breakfast table. Wine and hors d'oeuvres were served in the evening. The B&B is located 3 1/2 blocks from the Dupont Circle Metro Station ... the Metro is the way to go in DC. The neighborhood is home to the embassies of dozens of foreign countries and we felt safe as we walked to and from dinner in the evening. While most of the other guests were tourists, including guests from the U.S., Europe & Australia, there were several business people who chose to stay at Embassy Circle as well. Our room (#121) was on the 2nd floor. The room was pretty large (for a B&B), beautifully appointed, it had a comfortable bed and it was very clean and very quiet. A luggage elevator made it easy to get in and out. Not sure what else we could have asked for. Embassy Circle Guest House exceeded our expectations and has our highest recommendation. We'll be back!
5 on October 31, 2011
My husband and I had never considered staying in a bed and breakfast until someone gave us a gift card for our wedding. After reading endless reviews we decided to stay at the Embassy Circle Guest House and were not disappointed. From the moment we arrived Laura and Raymond made us feel like a member of their family and no detail was overlooked. The breakfasts were amazing, there was an excellent supply of reading material and board games to get us through the bad weather, and our room was beautiful and comfortable. Laura and Raymond did a wonderful job of introducing the guests and keeping conversations going during evening drinks and breakfast. Raymond went above and beyond when he provided us with a ride to the museum. We had such a wonderful experience that we are already planning our next trip. Thank you Laura and Raymond! Bethany and Alex Nikitenko
This spacious sunny room on the second floor has a king-size four-poster bed, four huge windows and the stunning “4 iri” by Louise Link Rath hanging over the large decorative fireplace. With a pair of comfortable French armchairs, a wonderful Louis Philippe drop-leaf writing table, and an old English dresser, this room is perfect for work or relaxation. The antique Persian carpet is a beautiful pearl Gazvin.
This large second floor bedroom has an inlaid king-size bed, French armchairs, an oak writing table/desk, and a meditative feeling that is enhanced by the sunlight shining through the cabernet-colored glass lamps. Maria Consoli’s colorful “Poppies in the Breeze” sits atop the decorative fireplace mantle while the quiet “Hollyhocks” hangs nearby, making this a perfect room for work or quiet reflection. The Persian carpet is a beautiful antique ivory Esfahan.
This large, light-flooded second floor bedroom has a massive king-size spindle bed and two huge windows. With its tall Eastlake wall mirror, antique pine desk and two wonderful red and gold wingchairs, this room is also perfect for work or relaxation. Paintings in this room are by favorite Guest House artist Justina Selinger. The antique Persian carpet is an unusual and stunning electric blue Tabriz.
This large first floor room has a queen-size mahogany sleigh bed, an English armoire, a beautiful antique loveseat, dressed in green to compliment the painting on the wall, and a writing desk which also doubles as a dresser. A beautiful, whimsical still life by Brazilian friend and artist Beto Rossi hangs on the front wall.
This spacious, restful and relaxing second floor room has a queen-size mahogany sleigh bed, a pair of comfortable armchairs and a French marqueterie writing table that extends to provide a generous work surface. This room is a great place to write a journal, a collection of poetry, or your first novel. The room features seven beautiful pastels by friend and artist Shoshanna Ahart.
This bright, spacious and airy third floor bedroom has a queen-size cherry sleigh bed, an inlaid writing table and chair and a beautiful curved-front oak dresser. Enjoy the ambiance while relaxing with a cup of coffee or a glass of wine in the comfortable seating nook nestled up against the exposed brick wall. Whether you are working, reading, or planning the evening's activities, this room is a warm and intimate retreat filled with paintings by French artist Bernard Carver (abstract Paris landscapes) and Justina Selinger.
This large comfortable room on the third floor has a queen-size walnut sleigh bed, an inlaid French writing table, a comfortable loveseat and matching chair, and a beautiful old block-front dresser. Artwork is by Guest House friend and artist Vinnie Nardone.
Room 102 has two queen-size beds. This sunny, lower level room is perfect for two friends traveling together, a parent and child visiting DC's many great universities, or a family of three. Maximum occupancy in this room is three guests, one of whom must be a child.
Room 103 has two queen-size beds. This sunny, lower level room is perfect for two friends traveling together, a parent and child visiting DC's many great universities, or a family of three. Maximum occupancy in this room is three guests, one of whom must be a child.
This spacious lower level room at our Washington DC B&B features two large windows looking out into the front garden, a black lacquered queen-size panel bed, two large, comfortable wingchairs, a great writing desk, and a black lacquered dresser. Paintings on the walls are by favorite artist Justina Selinger.
This bright, charming third floor room is the smallest room at our DC Bed & Breakfast. A queen-size spindle bed in cherry and ebony woods sets the color palette. A light elm writing desk, a mahogany dresser, and an unusual carved oak armoire continue the theme of contrasting wood tones. Collage/paintings by San Diego artist Mada Leach hang on the walls.
Close to George Washington & Georgetown Univ., Close to American Univ. and CUA, Close to the DC Convention Center, Close to Marriott Wardman Park and Omni Shoreham, Close to the Washington Hilton, Close to Georgetown, Downtown
Washington DC, DC (DCA-Ronald Reagan National) 5 miles
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Art Galleries, Concert venue, Gourmet/Fine Dining, Historical interests, Live Music, Movie Theater, Museum, National/State parks, DC Convention Center, National Mall, Smithsonian Museums, White House, Capitol and Monuments, Embassy Row, Washington National Cathedral, Performing Theater, Religious Services, Zoo
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Board games, Computer, Copier, Fax Machine, Library, Washer/dryer , Close to Downtown, Close to Metro, Spacious Room , Delicious Continental-Plus Breakfast, Evening Wine and Snacks
Air conditioning, Alarm clock, Amenities Basket, Ceiling fans, Coffee/Tea facilities, In-room internet, Desk, Hairdryer, Internet Service, Telephone, Wi-Fi
Bicycle rental, Bicycle riding trails, Canoeing, Hiking trails, Walk the Beautiful Neighborhoods, Runthrough Rock Creek Park, Bike Embassy Row and the Monuments, Book Theaters and Live Musical Performances, See the Museums and Art Galleries, Enjoy Fine Dining, Shopping, Sight-seeing
fresh fruit salad and organic yogurts and cheeses
Embassy Circle Guest House patronizes the organic farmer's market that comes to DuPont Circle every Sunday morning. We serve organic breads and yogurts, as well as organic cookies! Impromptu meals often include soups, crab cakes, salads and vegetables from the market as well.
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