The capital city is the perfect place to start your visit to the USA especially if it’s a first-time visit. Washington DC is home to some of the USA’s most iconic sights, from the home of the United States’ President, 17 Smithsonian museums, to the world's largest library (The Library of Congress). Washington DC and its surrounding areas also play host to some of the wealthiest people in the country. According to data about the world’s super-rich from Wealth-X, there are 34 billionaires within a 25-mile radius of Washington and 2,049 residents of DC are worth $30 million or more, so be sure to know that there’s more than enough luxurious activities fit for the rich in DC, from $300 an hour yacht rentals to enjoying a $240 bottle service of Ramey Chardonnay 2012 Russian River Valley at the POV rooftop terrace bar and lounge while you enjoy views of the White House normally reserved for those elected to office. Here’s a luxury guide to Washington DC
Cruise along the Potomac
Due to the geographical setting of DC which is situated along the Chesapeake Bay and Atlantic Ocean, when in Washington, you are rarely far from the water. Cruise the bay in style on a yacht with complete crew and staff, including a chef and bartender, with friends and family on the Potomac River which has a surrounding view of the Lincoln Memorial, Kennedy Center & the Jefferson Memorial.
Bing shop at CityCenterDC
To borrow the words of Carrie Bradshaw, “keep your money right where you can see it”, and let’s be honest, the most exciting way to do that is by going shopping! In a city where a fashion statement is just as meaningful as your political one, the CityCenterDC is the shopping hotspot for those in search of high-end products. CityCenterDC is a Luxury complex for coveted labels including Hermes, Louis Vuitton, Dior, and Vince to ensure you navigate the city clad in the latest fashion trends designed by some of the world’s most successful fashion labels.
Get your Foodie on!
As the Nigerian adage goes, “better soup, na money kill am”, meaning, a good pot of soup is achieved with rich ingredients. Enjoy an array of high class international and local dishes from top restaurants and celebrity chefs around the DC area. You can choose from more than 20 inventive dishes while sipping a $140 bottle of classic wine at celebrity Chef, José Andres’ Minibar or enjoy a mix of North African and Mediterranean flavors at the Maydan. You can also take a break from shopping at the CityCenterDC for a bite at Daniel Boulud's DBGB Kitchen and Bar or have a plate of chef Amy Brandwein’s spinach pasta with rabbit ragù at Centrolina.
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Get pampered at DC’s most luxurious Spas
There are few existing ways to relax like a day at a spa, so why have a $350 diamond facial at Mandarin Oriental or a $175 red flower 60-minute body scrub at The Jefferson? Yes you can! Visiting DC provides you the opportunity to experience some of the most luxurious spa treatments you can ever find. Enjoy a $350 LashDip mascara treatment, which lasts for up to 6 weeks at Nectar Skin Bars’ or a $225 anti-gravity facial or a $65 Ultimate Milk & Honey Manicure at Nusta Spa.
Putt along the green of an exclusive golf course
For the lover of the game, the DC area is definitely a good place to be. The capital city has a rich golf history and plays home to a variety of exclusive golf clubs, from the Congressional Country Club in Potomac, Md., which has staged three U.S. Opens and the 1976 PGA Championship, the Bethesda Country Club which has hosted four LPGA Championships, the Robert Trent Jones Golf Club in Gainesville, Va., which has hosted the first two Presidents Cup matches and the all-male Burning Tree which has served as a popular uber-private course for many past presidents. If it proves difficult to score an invitation for one of this exclusive clubs, do not despair, there are other exciting public venues all around the Washington area. Within the D.C.-proper boundaries, you can enjoy some swings in three all public golf courses. The historic Langston, which opened in 1939 to accommodate African-American golfers barred from segregated courses, the East Potomac Golf Course and the Rock Creek Golf Course are all places you can experience an awesome day of golfing.
Enjoy a luxurious stay in DC without having to worry about accommodation, transport and reservations with the help of the right team to ensure that at the end of your trip, you are relaxed, refreshed and ready to go.