Embracing the cold weather is great, but after a day spent outside, retire to one of these new or recently reopened hotels for a truly luxurious winter staycation.
The Winter Warmth package for two at the ultra-luxe 18-room boutique hotel in Baltimore (pictured above) includes a night in a room or suite, spiked hot cocoa, Hot Toddy Foot Ritual, $150 dining credit at Magdalena and full gourmet breakfast, black car service, cocktails at Mansion Bar and more. // 205 E. Biddle St., Baltimore; rates start at $1,075
The waterfront hotel recently opened Moon Rabbit, a 50-seat dining concept by chef Kevin Tien. Named for the virtuous rabbit in the Buddhist Jataka tale, the modern Vietnamese restaurant with waterfront views tells Tien’s personal story with dishes like pineapple milk buns and crab fat congee with Carolina rice, local blue crab, puffed grains, black beans and charred okra. // 801 Wharf St. SW, Washington, DC; contact for rates
The residential-style retreat in Georgetown launched six 1,000-square-foot townhouse accommodations with private entrances, fully equipped kitchens and laundry rooms, furnished back patios and amenities including pre-arrival pantry stocking, personal butler service and in-room meal preparation by the CUT team. // 1050 31st St. NW, Washington, DC; rates for the townhouses start at $995 per night
The 181-room hotel housed in a Romanesque building constructed in 1891 as the headquarters for Riggs National Bank is offering an Open Invitation special with 30% off, a $50 dining credit, complimentary room upgrade, early check-in and late check-out and flexible reservations. The on-site Café Riggs is an all-day brasserie with ingredients curated from local producers and an elevated weekend brunch. // 900 F St. NW, Washington, DC; contact for rates
This story originally appeared in the January issue as part of the Winter Wonderland feature. For more stories like this, subscribe to our monthly magazine.