A few blocks up from DuPont Circle, the former Thai Embassy has been transformed into a luxurious travel space hosted by two of the nicest, funniest, warmest and gracious hosts one could ever hope to find, Raymond and Laura Saba. The rooms are elegant and comfortable; they provide you with a carefully curated list of local restaurants and lots of helpful travel tips.
But what sets this place apart are its owners / hosts. They don't treat as a guest; they treat you as family. They make sure every guests knows the names of all of the other guests. They greet you in the morning, the afternoon and the evening. They provide wine and beer and snacks, but more importantly, a little nourishment of the soul.
I cannot recall any other place I've stayed where I've whiled away a late afternoon discussing politics, religion, art, travel, history with complete strangers and seen all of points view presented in a civilized manner. If you're looking for more than just a hotel or more than just a B&B; this is THE place in Washington D.C.
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