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  • Phone: (202) 832-3200
  • Fax: (202) 832-1791
3.2 out of 5 (94 reviews)
54% of guests recommend this hotel
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    Swatch is a well-known brand because of it's association with a number of celebrities. It offers patrons a wide range of watches and accessories to chose from. This world-famous brand has goes hand in hand with style and sells fashionable time-pieces for everyone including kids. The store located at Union Station, is spacious with a lot of variety in watches. The styles include sports, formal and funky hand gear. So come in and pick up a time piece that is guaranteed, durable and looks good as well.

    50 Massachusetts Avenue Northeast
    Washington, DC 20002

    »Eastern Market

    A landmark in the city, the Eastern Market is a bustling marketplace where one can find everything from hats and scarves to decorations, photographs, poultry, produce, fruits and vegetables. A hub of activity, it is centered around a historical building that used to be the site of the old market. Today, the market has overflowed onto the roadside as well, with vendors displaying their goods to daily shoppers. Saturdays see events and cultural performances being held here, alongside a flourishing flea market.

    225 7th Street Southeast
    Washington, DC 20003

    »Capitol Hill Books

    In this deceptively tiny shop tucked on a side street near DC's iconic Eastern Market, patrons have been known to spend hours browsing. An old house converted to a bookstore holds more paper than one could ever think possible; two levels are covered floor to ceiling in literature, history, poetry, and more. Somehow the owner knows exactly where everything is, though filing systems seem barely there. And if you can't find exactly what you want to purchase, there are often a few boxes of free books sitting outside the shop.

    657 C Street Southeast
    Washington, DC 20003

    »Labyrinth Games

    Labyrinth Games is a fun, innovative concept game store, perfect for people of all ages. Whether you're a kid or an adult, if you love puzzles and games; the chances are that you'll enjoy the store. With an interesting collection of products, the store's emphasis is on creating a positive environment and providing educationally enriching games and puzzles, so kids can have fun as well as learn through play. Besides this the store hosts a number of interesting events and activities like Summer Game Club, First Moves and Kids RPG, perfect for a dynamic fun experience. For details, visit the website.

    645 Pennsylvania Avenue Southeast
    Washington DC, DC 20003

    »Batch 13

    Batch 13 is a must-visit for liquor connoisseurs in Washington D.C. Located in Logan Circle, this exclusive store prides itself on a unique selection of spirits and beverages. If you’re looking for a rare bottle, there is a good chance you may find it here. Don't miss their unrivaled craft beer variety as well.

    1724 14th Street, Northwest
    Washington DC, DC 20009

    »Shop America Tours

    Offering the ultimate shopping experience at venues located within the heart of the city, Shop America Tours is the ultimate shoppers paradise. With all the brands and all your needs cooped up under one roof, you don't have to look beyond to find what you are looking for.

    Various Venues
    Washington, DC 20001

    »Sisterspace and Books

    A store by, for, and about the African-American female experience, with titles either written by or directed at that audience. All genres of literature are available and the store is a popular destination for new and established writers to connect with their audiences. Terry McMillan is among the many authors who hold readings and book signings here. A move to more spacious quarters added room for an expanded selection of children's books, and gift items.

    1515 U Street Northwest
    Washington, DC 20009

    »Heller's Bakery

    In Mount Pleasant and surrounding neighborhoods, everyone knows Heller's Bakery is "the" place to buy fresh doughnuts. But the cozy bakery also sells bread, pastries, cakes and hot coffee. The inside exudes warmth, with exposed brick and tables clustered near the front window. The sights and smells of the freshly baked delicious wonders is simply irresistible!

    3221 Mount Pleasant Street Northwest
    Washington, DC 20010

    »Red Onion Records & Books

    Red Onion is Washington DC’s top spots for records and books. Opened in 2006, this independent store buys, sells and trades vinyl records, CDs and LPs. Browse through their ever-updated collection that ranges from the 1950s to the present day. Popular music styles available include everything from rock, punk, pop and country, to jazz, blues, folk and indie.

    1901 18th Street Northwest
    Washington DC, DC 20009


    This one stop punk shop stocks several full lines of rebellious hair colors, enough dog collars to outfit a kennel, and 'revenge on society' chain-and-skull clothes. You will also find a selection of CDs. There are also posters, magazines, punk T-shirts, records and tapes.

    2314 18th Street Northwest
    Washington, DC 20009

    »ADC Map and Travel Center

    Specializing in ADC-brand road atlases, this is the place to buy regional and national road maps, quick maps and guides of the Washington area and its Metro system. The center is also a resource for travel guides and atlases of more exotic locations, as well as foreign language dictionaries. A small section is dedicated to Washington geography and history. Although the store occupies a relatively small space just above the Farragut West Metro stop, it is stocked with enough information to help anyone plan a vacation.

    1636 I Street North West
    Washington, DC 20006

    »News World

    Expatriates and foreign language enthusiasts flock to this rather cramped News World store in the city's busy downtown district. It sells just about any newspaper and magazine from all corners of the globe. The proprietors are, thankfully, very lenient with regard to browsing. Considering the close confines, however, you may find yourself winding through a maze of perusers to reach the periodical of your choice. The selection is worth the hassle; you are more likely to find those hard-to-track publications here than just about anywhere else in the city. Of course, local newspapers and magazines are sold as well.

    1001 Connecticut Avenue Northwest
    Washington, DC 56901
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