An extraordinary Washington DC Bed and Breakfast!
Select Registry – Diamond Collection – Top 10 Urban B&B’s
Warm, Genuine Hospitality
Embassy Circle Guest House is renowned for its elegance, convenience and warm, genuine hospitality. Owned and managed by Raymond and Laura Saba, this extraordinary boutique bed and breakfast inn is housed in a beautifully renovated former embassy in Dupont Circle – DC’s most popular and convenient downtown neighborhood. Come stay with us and enjoy world-class accommodations and the architectural splendor of one of DC’s grand private residences.
“We were amazed at how social the guests were with each other and how enjoyable the atmosphere was. We have been spoiled forever by Laura & Raymond, their hospitality, and their genuine interest in all of their guests.”
There is no question about it! Embassy Circle is a beautiful home. In addition to our gracious public spaces, our romantic Washington DC bed and breakfast inn offers you 11 spacious and elegant guest rooms, each individually furnished with original artwork by our guests, handmade Persian carpets, and comfortable beds with luxurious mattresses. Get a great night’s sleep as you enjoy the tranquility of the Guest House and the peace and quiet of our beautiful residential neighborhood.
“They have restored the building to its original elegance. It is beautifully decorated and has gorgeous original artwork. The rooms are beautiful, decorated with excellent taste and outstanding art. In fact, they are exactly as pictured on the website!”
Join us every morning and linger over our delicious, healthy breakfast. Enjoy a daily hot entrée prepared by Raymond, as well as an extensive breakfast buffet that includes fresh fruit salad, rich honey yogurt, smoked salmon, delicious artisanal breads, a selection of teas and great coffee! Need an afternoon pick-me-up? We’ve got you covered! Enjoy one of the world’s best brownies or a delicious cookie with your afternoon tea or coffee.
Start your evening with a glass of wine or beer and lights snacks. Join us in the living room and plan tomorrow’s itinerary or trade restaurant recommendations with owners and fellow guests. Prefer a few quiet moments to get ready for the evening? No problem. Enjoy a drink in the privacy of your room while you get ready for a night on the town.
“The evening wine hour sometimes lasted for two hours and featured very pleasant and drinkable wines that wine enthusiasts such as ourselves could enjoy. If you’re lucky to be there when Raymond cooks, you’re in for a wonderful surprise. He made Lebanese appetizers. So good!”
Safe, Beautiful and Convenient Location
Dupont Circle is a vibrant cosmopolitan community, conveniently located in the center of Washington DC. As you walk to the Dupont Circle Metro station, 5-minutes from the front door of our convenient Washington DC B&B, feast your eyes on the beautiful architecture and enjoy the artwork in the windows of the private art galleries along the way. You have lots of restaurant choices surrounding our Dupont Circle inn. Find a table at one of our sidewalk cafes for an early dinner, or spend the evening at the Kennedy Center and enjoy dinner after the show at one of our late-night venues.
“The Guest House is in a great neighborhood, easy walking distance to Dupont Circle and good restaurants. It is situated among the embassies, where it was quiet and felt very safe at night.”
An Unforgettable Hospitality Experience
If you believe that one of the great joys of traveling is meeting interesting people, come stay with us. Our guest house is filled with interesting people from around the world and from all walks of life. There’s always something to talk about, and we just let the conversation and the laughter happen. It’s truly a rare, beautiful and unforgettable hospitality experience.
“Our stay in Washington is one we will never forget. Staying at Embassy Circle helped make our time in this interesting city such a fantastic memory.”
“Embassy Circle Guest House completely lived up to my expectations and I am looking forward to returning.”
“We felt sorry to leave!”