a charming hotel in Georgetown, washington dc
Experience the intimacy of a classic inn, refreshed with a livable and refined modern elegance. Locally owned and operated and named after the proprietor's daughter, The Avery Georgetown is the first luxury boutique inn, positioned in the nation’s capital.
Settled on bustling P Street in East Village, our location makes it easy to walk around the neighborhood to experience great shopping, Georgetown history, and waterfront views. DuPont Circle, Georgetown University, GW University and The Kennedy Center are all within a 10-minute walk but when you stay here, you feel far removed from the high-energy ebb and flow of Washington, DC.
Giving All The Luxury extras
Wake up each morning to a free breakfast and finish your busy day of meetings with a drink. Each morning we provide free traditional french pastries, fruit, coffee and tea service and for a couple hours every night, we have offer complimentary craft beer and local wine in our Bar Margot.
We find that our guests enjoy the personalized attention and intimate feel of The Avery and everything extra that we offer. Don't be surprised if our staff remembers your name, you remember their name and you make quick friends with other guests enjoying our bar or outdoor patio garden area.
The Avery is anything but a "one-size-fits-all" design
Choose From 15 Unique georgetown guest rooms & suites
Every guest room is unique at The Avery, but throughout them all, colorful, patterned wallpaper and fabrics mix with minimal, modern furniture to strike a balance between playfulness and elegance. Our design team also considered Historic Georgetown when putting the final touches on each room.
Each room features high-thread-count sheets, pillow-top mattresses and flat-screen TVs, plus free Wi-Fi, Netflix, Hulu, and minibars (pre-stocked with complimentary refreshments). Some rooms add private patios, pull-out sofas, electric fireplaces, free-standing Kohler soaking tubs and/or shower head speakers. Suites offer separate living rooms.
Overall, our goal is for rooms to be calming and comfortable so that you feel like you are in a home, rather than a large hotel.