When your C-level executives travel from Japan to visit the US office in Tysons Corner, US Sedan will do the driving. We’ll pick up foreign diplomats when they arrive at Dulles or National, and we’ll make sure they get safely from one meeting to the next: You can come along, too.
We’ll do the driving, but you’ll have to do the arranging; the wining and dining; the sightseeing. But that’s not to say we can’t help. As a preeminent Washington DC ground transportation service provider, we know the region like the back of our collective hand. We’ve put together this list of the top-rated hotels, restaurants, and attractions for the discerning business traveler.
Grab a cup of coffee, and settle in. This is going to be a long list.
Oh, who are we kidding? This is a list of one.
1330 Maryland Avenue, SW
Washington, DC 20024
Within walking distance of some of the nation’s most cherished monuments, Mandarin Oriental, Washington DC offers an elegant retreat in one of the world’s most important cities. Close to both Capitol Hill and the Smithsonian Institute, this hotel exudes a refined sense of style with beautifully designed rooms, a serene spa, excellent restaurants and legendary service.
1101 K St., NW
Washington, DC 20005
Brasserie Beck is a contemporary European style brasserie in the heart of DC’s burgeoning McPherson square neighborhood. True to chef/owner Robert Wiedmaier’s Belgian roots, Beck is an ideal place for a quick meal anytime of the day. This place is so good, even the diplomats straight off the plane from Brussels will be impressed.
Old Ebbitt Grill
675 15th St., NW
Washington, DC 20005
Old Ebbitt Grill is just steps from The White House and museums in downtown Washington. Established in 1856, it was a favorite of Presidents Grant, Cleveland, Harding and Theodore Roosevelt and is still a popular meeting spot for political insiders, journalists, celebrities and theater-goers. The Ebbit serves upscale american saloon food with an emphasis on fresh and seasonal ingredients.
The Kennedy Center
2700 F Street, NW
Washington, DC 20566
The Kennedy Center, located on 17 acres overlooking the Potomac River in Washington, D.C., is America’s living memorial to President Kennedy as well as the nation’s busiest arts facility. Touring Kennedy Center productions and its television, radio, and Internet broadcasts reach more than 40 million people around the world each year.
Smithsonian National Museum of American History
14th Street and Constitution Avenue, NW
The National Museum of American History collects and preserves more than 3 million artifacts — all true national treasures: From the original Star-Spangled Banner and Abraham Lincoln’s top hat to Dizzy Gillespie’s angled trumpet and Dorothy’s ruby slippers from The Wizard of Oz.