Perfectly located in the center of the nation’s capital, Kellogg Conference Hotel is surrounded by a myriad of beautiful architecture, pleasurable dining, and mini getaways for anyone who wants to unwind, or take in the sites, bites, and sounds of our nation’s capital, Washington, D.C.
Restored and reopened in 2012, this industrial-cool space has grown to include 40 vendors. Try TaKorean for addictive tacos and Mason Dixie Biscuit Co. for decadent breakfast sandwiches. A personal favorite of the Kellogg Conference Hotel staff is the dine-in restaurant, Bidwell. Located just steps away from the hotel, there's something for everyone at Union Market.
H STREET CORRIDOR
THE NATIONAL MALL
CAPITAL ONE ARENA
THE HOWARD THEATRE
Distance from hotel: 3.5 miles / 38.9096 N, 77.0433 W
This diverse neighborhood is popular with Washingtonians and visitors alike, and has long been the unofficial heart of DC’s LGBTQ community. Area highlights include the Phillips Collection, with its noteworthy modern art exhibitions, as well as shops, bookstores, and restaurants.
Distance from hotel: 4 miles / 38.9006 N 77.0518 W
This cosmopolitan neighborhood features the Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts – a complex of six performance facilities and permanent home of the National Symphony Orchestra, Washington Ballet and Washington Opera – as well as George Washington University.
Distance from hotel: 4 miles / 38.9212 N, 77.0434 W
Vibrant and multicultural, Adams Morgan boasts a lively nightlife and many first-rate restaurants, as well as scenic Walter Pierce Community Park.
Tidal Basin - Monuments
Distance from hotel: 5 miles / 38.8840 N, 77.0384 W
In addition to the stunningly beautiful cherry blossoms that make their appearance every spring, the roughly two mile-long Tidal Basin is home to the Lincoln, Roosevelt, and Martin Luther King, Jr. Memorials, as well as the Washington Monument. Take a stroll when the weather is nice!
Washington National Cathedral
Distance from hotel: 6 miles / 38.9305 N, 77.0706 W
This award-winning cathedral is listed on the National Register of Historic Places and has hosted major events (both religious and secular); its 200 stained glass windows are of particular note.
September 15th 2018
The H Street Festival is an annual street festival designed to showcase the unique qualities of this vibrant Washington, DC community. The event is a part of the revitalization strategy to bring attention to the developing arts and entertainment district spanning 10 blocks of H Street NE. The event takes place over one weekend, featuring more than 500 artists and performances on 14 stages plus an array of local, regional and international cuisine, shopping, arts exhibits, educational events, seminars and conversations with local entrepreneurs, artists and community organizations.
Taste of DC – Washington DC's Largest Food and Drink Festival
October 6 - 7, 2018
Taste of DC packs four blocks of Pennsylvania Avenue with area restaurants, great drinks, lively entertainment, engaging corporate partners, and fellow Washingtonians and visitors.
National Cherry Blossom Festival
March 17 - April 15, 2019
If you’re fortunate enough to be in Washington during this annual celebration, you’re in for a real treat. The National Cherry Blossom Festival commemorates the gift of cherry trees to the city from the government of Japan back in 1912; since then, the festival has grown into a two-week event, coinciding with the blooming of the trees and including a parade, a 10-mile run, and much more.
DC Jazz Festival
2019 Dates TBD
Entertaining jazz performances and programs that introduce students and adults from all walks of life to jazz, our nation’s singular original art form.
More info at: dcjazzfest.org
More info at: dcjazzfest.org