The Hay-Adams Announces New “Rise & Shine” Summer Package

The Hay-Adams, a luxury hotel in Washington D.C., announced a new vacation package for the summer, “Rise & Shine Over Washington.” From July 6 through September 7, one can bring the family or a loved one to the hotel for a weekend visit that offers an exclusive dining experience. After a Friday night stay in one of The Hays-Adams’ rooms, guests will be escorted up to the hotel’s top floor for a special Saturday breakfast in the private event venue, Top of The Hay, which directly overlooks the White House. 

Guests are encouraged to bring their camera to capture the vista from Top of The Hay. This room includes walls of windows, with access to an outdoor terrace offering a panoramic view of the White House, St. John’s Church, and the national monuments.

The special breakfast will be served on Saturday mornings only, from 7 a.m. to 10 a.m. on July 7 through September 8. Guests can enjoy housemade breakfast pastries along with a selection of fresh fruit, freshly brewed coffee and tea, and three to four signature hot menu items for guests to choose from.

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This package also includes a special themed amenity to remind guests of their Washington adventure at The Hay-Adams. The “Rise & Shine Over Washington” package begins at $489 for the Friday night stay. Additional nights are available from $339 per night, with junior suites starting from $539 and one-bedroom suites from $939. The package must be reserved at least 48 hours in advance, and a credit card is required at the time of booking with a 48-hour cancellation policy.

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