In the original Riggs National Bank building on a prominent corner at 900 F Street, Riggs Washington DC welcomes you to the historic heart of Washington, D.C., with comfortable, modern accommodations, an environmentally conscious restaurant, boundary-pushing cocktail bar, and rooftop event space with spectacular views. This completely renovated space stands proudly representing the Penn Quarter neighborhood's vitality and resurgence, honoring its address's legacy.
Featuring - 181 spacious guestrooms and suites offer you views of the city or courtyard and a place to call home in Washington, D.C. Say "I do" on Rooftop at Riggs, an expansive enclosed rooftop with a wrap-around terrace overlooking the majestic U.S. Capitol Building. Grab a bite at Café Riggs, the full-service restaurant inspired by the grand brasserie café of Europe, and offer a semi-private and a private dining room for up to 30 guests each. Step downstairs to the bank's original basement vault for a cocktail at Silver Lyan, a concept created by an International, award-winning mixologist. Host a meeting or special event at Rooftop at Riggs, featuring 2,500-sq-ft / 232-sq-m event space, which opens onto a 1,500-sq-ft / 139-sq-m terrace for up to 230 guests. The Lincoln Memorial, Washington Monument, and the museums and monuments of the National Mall are just a 10-minute walk from the hotel.
Among D.C.'s most energetic and diverse neighborhoods, Penn Quarter and Chinatown are abuzz day and night. Expect plenty of foot traffic, elaborately dressed storefronts, and vibrant restaurants in this urban enclave convenient to the Metro and within steps of iconic Washington, D.C., sights, and attractions.
Room & Suites - A thoughtful approach to every detail makes Riggs Washington DC the best choice for business and leisure travelers visiting the U.S. capital. Super-plush mattresses and linens, down-feather duvets, and custom Italian Carrara marble baths with luxurious toiletries and spacious walk-in showers provide a relaxing environment in the heart of the city. All 181 guestrooms and 15 suites offer views of the city or the quiet courtyard.
Dining - Dining at Riggs Washington DC focuses on modern and vegetable-focused interpretations of classic favorites. The menu prioritizes the ingredients' sustainability and how the kitchen contributes socially and environmentally to its community. ''Café Riggs' - Serving food and drinks from the comfort of the bar, dining room, and café, this all-occasion restaurant features classic dishes with a contemporary twist. With its expansive ceilings and grand columns, Café Riggs is reminiscent of the grandeur of European brassieres. ''Silver Lyan'' - Within the hotel's lower level, once the original bank vault, Silver Lyan introduces an international award-winning mixologist to the U.S. market and an original cocktail bar concept that plays on the history of the cultural exchange in America.
The hotel’s fitness center, The Gym at Riggs, features best-in-class fitness equipment, including strength training, free weights, ample cardio equipment featuring live racing on Peloton bikes, treadmills, and much more. Enjoy complimentary amenities during your workout, including chilled water, fresh fruit, and clean towels. You can also enjoy the hotel's partnerships with the brand-new Equinox nearby to enjoy spa, steam, and group class needs. The wooden floors and historic columns throughout the 1,800-sq-ft / 167-sq-m gym create an ambiance of majesty and awe.
Activities - After two decades of renewal and revitalization, the Penn Quarter neighborhood boasts various entertainment and cultural options, including The National Portrait Gallery, Capital One Arena, CityCenterDC, Ford's Theatre, and Chinatown, as well as a growing list of must-visit restaurants and bars. Anything you are looking for in Washington, D.C., is within walking distance or a short trip via public transportation, taxi, or rideshare. The National Mall, home to iconic monuments including the Lincoln Memorial and Washington Monument, is a 10-minute walk from the hotel. The domed U.S. Capitol is at the eastern end of the National Mall, and the White House is to the north. The Smithsonian museums flank the Mall, and its lawns and pathways are frequented by school groups, joggers, and international visitors. Other attractions within 2 mi / 3 km of the hotel include: Spy Museum, Old Post Office Museum, Newseum, 9:30 Club, The Anthem.
Location - Situated on the corner of 9th and F Streets, where city life is continuously reimagined and reinvented, Riggs Washington DC stands proud and dignified, as it has for more than a century.