To step inside the soaring entrance of the Riggs Washington DC hotel is to become a part of the past, present, and future of Penn Quarter. Constructed in 1891 as a headquarters for Riggs National Bank, the landmark example of Richardson Romanesque architecture was known as the Bank of Presidents.
Lore Group wanted to revive this iconic building, the last of its kind, for a new generation of travelers and open its doors to a burgeoning neighborhood. Locals and visitors alike are invited to relax into one of the 181 jewel-box rooms and suites and take in the sweeping views of the District, which can be seen from the rooftop and event spaces.
- Free WiFi
- Dry cleaning and laundry services
- 24-hour gym
- Dog-friendly rooms
- Guest bikes
- Electric vehicle charging
- Fully ADA-accessible rooms and spaces
Dining options include Café Riggs and Silver Lyan.