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An icon in Washington D.C.’s flashy Penn Quarter is reinvented in the Kindest of fashion

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The Setting

Close enough to feel the pulse of the vibrant Penn Quarter, an area teeming with restaurants and nightlife is Riggs D.C. What was originally the Riggs Bank Building in the 1890’s has been stylishly reborn, all thanks to across-the-pond juggernaut Lore Group’s flair for the de rigueur.  The hotel masterfully blends touches we appreciate like personal bank vault safes as minibars and suites designed in homage to eclectic former First Ladies with a European-esque brasserie pandering to plant-based eaters and boxed water instead of plastic. Sounds like D.C. has a new player in town.

Sleep and Sanctuary

The 181 rooms and 15 suites pay playful homage to the hotel’s bank history with the spirit of opening a safety deposit box into a guest room full of sophisticated whimsy. Each offers Kind Travelers (and their Kind pooches up to 40lbs) views of the Penn Quarter, a personal bespoke steel bank safe/mini-bar, Italian Carrara marble bathrooms and eco-friendly amenities. For a historical stay, splurge for one of the grandiose First Lady Suites, evoking the spirit of four eclectic former first ladies. Pour a glass of champagne and tickle the ivory-like you’re Louisa Adams.

Eat. Pray. Eat.

As D.C.’s burgeoning food and drink scene continues to flourish, Riggs is bringing something exciting to the table. Evoking the romance of the European brasserie is Cafe Riggs. This elegant eatery marries historic grace with contemporary comfort fare, and an extensive plant-based offerings from sustainable producers, in a pulsing atmosphere morning, noon, and night. In contrast, below the main floor lies Silver Lyan, a subterranean bespoke drinkery helmed by famed London barman, Ryan Chetiyawardana, or simply, Mr. Lyan. Nestle into this festive jewel box (and former bank vault) for globally-inspired cocktails, shareable plates and a dab of good old-fashioned revelry.

○      Cafe Riggs - This all-day cafe gets your day off to the right start with freshly baked pastries, farm-fresh bites and healthy elixirs and keeps you fed into the night with a heaping menu of plant-based dishes like sunchoke with mustard greens and scallion. 24-hour room service is available to guests.

○      Silver Lyan- As you sip in the bank vault-turned cocktail den, share some fresh plates with your crew like an eggplant sando with ginger slaw and scallion and jerk veggie summer rolls.

The Art of De-stressing

The state-of-the-art Gym at Riggs is your hub for keeping up that fitness regimen. Find such toys as Peloton bikes, free weights, kettlebells, smart equipment like treadmills and water rowers, punching bags, ropes, as well as areas for stretching. Group and personalized training sessions are at your disposal and guests are given direct access to local class studios.

  • Pet Friendly

  • Local Car Service

  • Family Friendly

  • Non-Smoking

  • Room Service

  • Complimentary WiFi

  • Restaurant

  • Bar Lounge

  • Business Center

  • Conference Halls

  • Flat Screen TV

  • Minibar

  • Complimentary Newspaper

  • Bath Robes

  • Vanity Room

  • Handicap Accessible

  • Air Conditioning

  • Valet

  • Dry Cleaners


In the stylish Standard Rooms you can plop down on a king or double beds beneath custom designed walls and headboards. Other highlights include Italian Carrara marble, chrome hardware and walk-in shower bathrooms, oakwood flooring and hypoallergenic comforters and pillows. Accessible rooms are available in Standard.

A modern pied-a-terre, Classic Rooms are sumptuously outfitted, beautifully designed, and equipped with impeccable details. From a king or double bed, enjoy city views of the Portrait Gallery and the very best architecture Penn Quarter has to offer. Accessible king rooms are available.

Deluxe Rooms are infused with rich history anchored by a king or double bed. The Deluxe is spacious with an exclusively designed wallpaper and headboard in collaboration with Voutsa alongside courtyard or city views. Accessible rooms are available in both categories. ADA rooms are available in Deluxe as well.


The spacious Atelier Suite is anchored by a king bed, and features a custom designed wall and headboard in collaboration with design studio Voutsa. The adjoining living room provides courtyard views and additional space for sleeping, lounging and dining. Accessible rooms are available.

The large Gallery Suites are a perfect fit for families, long-term stays and those who prefer a little extra room. They feature bespoke custom furnishings, with an adjoining living room and dining room with extra counter and storage space, large floor to ceiling windows, offering abundant natural light and views of downtown D.C. Each suite interconnects to a Classic Queen or Classic Double room for additional sleeping space.

Housed in the historic boardroom of Riggs National Bank, the Riggs Suite is a sprawling retreat that features a dining room with table for 12, living room, two adjoining guest rooms (a Deluxe King and a Deluxe Double) and a bar—with many of the original features preserved, including ornate ceiling details and a large fireplace.

First Ladies Suites

This suite is Inspired by Ida McKinley, wife of William McKinley, the 25th US President. It was said that Ida often held a bouquet of flowers in her hands, to avoid having to constantly shake hands during appearances. Her deep love of flowers and plants, which she incorporated throughout The White House, are freshly displayed in this colorful one-bedroom suite. Situated on a corner, the suite offers views of D.C. and plenty of light, separate living space, not to mention a deep soaking tub and one-of-a-kind custom furnishings.

Caroline Harrison, the wife of Benjamin Harrison, the 23rd president of the United States, played a large role in starting a collection of porcelain that later developed into a tradition for The White House. The suite’s color theme revolves around blues and bone china whites, with an assortment of decorative porcelain items collected from antique markets and stores throughout D.C. In a bright corner location, the sprawling suite includes a separate living area and luxurious freestanding tub.

The Louisa Adams Suite is dedicated to the First Lady credited for encouraging music during gatherings at The White House and highlighting the country’s prominent performers of the time. The spacious corner suite features a baby grand piano, gramophone to play your tunes, and string instrument-influenced art in the separate living room.

Angelica Van Buren was the daughter-in-law of the eighth United States President, Martin Van Buren. She assumed the post of First Lady because the president’s wife, Hannah Van Buren, had passed away 17 years earlier, and President Van Buren remained unwed throughout the rest of his life. Although she was never married to a president, Angelica Van Buren is the youngest woman ever to act as the White House hostess. As she was known for being on the extravagant side, this luxurious corner suite with a separate living room reflects Angelica Van Buren in a playful way, with rich jewel-toned accents.

  • Check In
    4 p.m.
  • Check Out
    11 a.m.
In The Neighborhood
Kind Eats and Drinks
  • Fancy Radish takes vegetarian eating to a whole ‘nother level 
  • Behold the all the Latin flavors to be savored at La Cosecha mercado
  • Try the 5-course plant-based tasting menu at Equinox
Conscious Culture
Mindful Adventures
Do Good for the Day
Be Kind to Yourself


900 F ST NW, Washington, DC


By Plane
  • 4.4 miles from Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport (DCA) (taxi approx: $16-$20)
  • 27.2 mi from Dulles International Airport (IAD) (taxi approx: $80)
By Train

From DCA, take Yellow subway every 15 min from National Airport Station ($2-$4) to Gallery Place Chinatown Station. Walk the remaining 4 min. Riggs can also be accessed by Archives Station with a remaining 7-minute walk.

By Bus/Metro

From IAD arrivals door 4, take Silver Line Express Bus ($3-$5) to Wiehle-Reston East Station. Take the Silver subway ($3-$6) to Metro Center Station. Walk the remaining 5 min. Other options include the 5A ($8) bus to Rosslyn Station Bus Bay. From there, take the Orange Silver or Blue Subway line to Metro Station.

DC Metro Maps & Schedules: Link Here

By Automobile
  • From DCA, take George Washington Memorial PKWY, I-395 N &12th St Expressway to F St in Washington. Hotel will be on the right.
  • From Dulles, take Aviation Dr to get on VA-267, follow to US-50 E/Constitution Ave. NW in Washington, DC. Continue on Constitution to F St. NW.
  • Valet parking is available at Riggs for a nightly fee.
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