The LINE DC
The health and safety of our guests and staff are our priority. You can find information on our COVID-19 protocols here.
Inspired by the District and housed inside a 110-year old historic church, the LINE DC is the product of a community effort by local chefs, bartenders, artists, and cultural contributors. Located in the heart of Adams Morgan – where cultures intersect to create one of Washington, DC’s most diverse, non-stop neighborhoods – the LINE delivers a uniquely rich way to experience the nation’s capital.
WORK FROM OUR HOME
Like working from home, without the distractions and with a $25 dining credit to be used for anything from breakfast of champions to power lunch to celebratory drinks at the end of the work day. Reserve one of our spacious guest rooms with large working desk, lots of light, gorgeous design and a bed in case you need a midday nap, ahem “lunch break.” No one has to know your workday was this awesome.
Have a group of 6 or less? Reserve a small meeting room equipped with TVs and Zoom capabilities.
Weddings & Celebrations
With a variety of spaces for weddings with guest lists from 2 to 200, this 110-year old former church – with natural light, stunning design, rooftop views, and a culinary program that redefines the banquet affair – was built for gatherings with soul, and for an experience unlike any other Washington, DC.
We’re dog people, but cats are cool, too. All pets stay for free at the LINE DC: no fees, no weight limits, and no hassle.
Get pumped in the LINE DC’s 1,600 sq. foot not-your-average hotel gym overseen by local fitness trainer and hero Graham King and his company Urban Athletic Club.
The fitness center is now open for hotel guests only, with limited occupancy. We are following the guidance of health authorities and government requirements to provide a clean, safe, and comfortable experience for all. See the full details here.
Daily: 6am – 7pm
Full Service Radio
From the LINE DC’s art program to the Full Service Radio, there’s something new to see, discover, and immerse yourself in with every visit to the LINE.
Full Service Radio is a community radio station broadcast live from the hotel lobby with over three dozen local hosts covering a curated mix of art, entertainment, music, food, politics, comedy, human interest and fiction. Full Service Radio is produced by Jack Inslee – formerly of Heritage Radio, the world’s pioneer food radio station.
While Full Service Radio is closed during the pandemic, the many incredible shows recorded in the lobby over the past few years are available for listening.
In Adams Morgan, neighborhood charm meets monumental grandeur. Adams Morgan is DC’s only 24-hour neighborhood with live music seven nights a week, all night diners, early morning coffee shops and midday shopping at local bookstores, shops and vintage boutiques. Area restaurants showcase DC’s diverse cultural population with a focus on Ethiopian, Salvadorian, Barbecue, Vietnamese, West African, Middle Eastern, Japanese and Peruvian fare.
The LINE is accessible by plane, train and public transportation, and just a short walk from the Woodley Park-Zoo/Adams Morgan Metro Station. Close to everywhere you need to be, the LINE DC is a quick 7 miles from Washington’s DCA airport, 3 miles from Union Station, and less than 2 miles from Downtown, DC.
- FREE WI-FI, FOREVER
- TOUR BUS PARKING
- VALET PARKING
- CROSSFIT GYM
- PET FRIENDLY, ALWAYS
- MULTILINGUAL STAFF
- 24/7 BUSINESS SERVICES
- 24/7 SECURITY
- DEDICATED GUEST EXPERIENCE TEAM
- FULL SERVICE RADIO STATION
The Adams Morgan Community Center is a 4,000 sq. ft. community and nonprofit incubator space at the LINE DC. Our mission is to support and empower the artistic and philanthropic endeavors of our neighborhood while celebrating the rich history of the Adams Morgan area.
We welcome artists and nonprofit organizations from across the city to apply to use the space – which includes Carina East, a satellite meeting space located in the LINE DC – for events and exhibits, with priority scheduling allowed to those headquartered in Ward 1 of Washington, DC.
Learn more and apply to use the Community Center here.
The following areas are accessible: