Trump International Hotel Washington D.C.


    Few can match the ultra-luxurious Trump International Hotel Washington, D.C. prominently located on Pennsylvania Avenue. The hotel is walking distance from major city attractions including the White House, Smithsonian museums, and the National Mall. Following a day of shopping at nearby CityCenterDC, the city’s premier shopping destination, indulge at the Spa by Ivanka Trump, before enjoying a crafted cocktail or weekly culinary night at Benjamin Bar & Lounge. Later, dine at BLT Prime by David Burke with mezzanine views of the Grand Lobby and historic Clock Tower.

    The accommodations feature the original stately soaring windows, solid wood doors, wainscoting, and detailed wall paneling of the Old Post Office with modern mirrored elements and crystal chandeliers. Amenities include clothes steamer, electric sheers and drapes, and Nespresso coffee machine with coffee or tea selections. Expansive five-fixture marble bathrooms feature six-foot tubs, richly polished wooden vanities, and Natura Bissé Diamond Collection bath amenities.



    • 263 rooms
    • 9 floors




    • 24 Hour Front Desk
    • Air Conditioned
    • Bar
    • Concierge Desk
    • Elevator
    • Gym
    • Hairdryer In Room
    • High Speed Internet
    • Parking
    • Restaurant
    • Safe Deposit Box
    • Satellite TV
    • Spa
    • WiFi
    • Free WiFi


    Benjamin Bar & Lounge is the place to see and be seen in Washington. Take in the magnitude of the Grand Lobby while enjoying table-side presentations and champagne sabering. Weekly culinary nights include Wednesday cheese & charcuterie nights and Friday dessert nights with unlimited options. For a bespoke tasting experience, ask about a private hour in our ‘Experience Salon’ with shelves full of rare spirits and over one million dollars in ‘liquid assets.’



    1100 Pennsylvania Avenue Northwest, Washington, DC, USA

    Don’t miss a trip to the historic Old Post Office Clock Tower located on-site. Tours are open to the public and are led by the National Park Service, seven days a week. Take an elevator lift to the observation deck 315 feet above the city and enjoy panoramic views of Washington, D.C.