Built in 1923, the 200-room George Washington Hotel is rural Washington County's premier hotel.
Designed by renowned architect William Lee Stoddart --- and inspired by the legendary Williard Hotel in Washington, DC --- it has been graced by the likes of Presidents Kennedy and Truman, film star Joan Blondell, big band leader Harry James and many others of distinction.
The Grand Ballroom is two stories tall, with beautiful hardwood floors, a balcony and antique chandeliers overlooking it all; The Washington Room has mosaic tile floors, balconies and soaring ceilings; the Oval Room features a unique domed ceiling and three curving glass windows allowing natural light to embrace the space.
The hotel's restraurants include the elegant Pioneer Grille, home to the largest remaining mural of early American artist Malcolm Parcell; the Cherry Blossom Bistro; and the handsome Bradford's Lounge nightclub.
The hotel is open 24 hours a day; the restaurants inside have separate operating hours.
On-street parking is available.