The Darcy is an elegant hotel in Downtown Washington, D.C. designed to delight and accommodate the modern traveler. The property features 226 guest rooms, each providing a residential-style experience through comfortable design, refined décor, and thoughtful amenities. Accessible and pet-friendly accommodations are also available. Guests can enjoy artisan coffee and casual fare at Bluestone Lane, while Gerrard Street Kitchen serves elevated cuisine and cocktails in a stylish setting.
The hotel is centrally located on Scott Circle, between lively Dupont Circle and historic Logan Circle. This convenient address is just a 15-minute stroll from the White House and only a mile from the National Mall, home to many of Washington, D.C.’s most iconic landmarks and institutions. Business travelers and government employees will also enjoy being close to the city’s offices and convention center.
The Darcy recognizes the value and importance of a diverse workforce and will continue to identify and attract a workforce of the best available talent at every organizational level. As the Company grows and expands, we remain committed to maintaining our workplace diversity, allowing us to maintain our leadership in the industry.
We are committed to having a robust Corporate Responsibility program that incorporates Environmental, Social, and Governance (ESG) strategies into our business to increase both the sustainability and the value of our hotel.
As part of this longstanding commitment to responsible business, The Darcy has policies in place that govern our approach to human rights and human trafficking. The Darcy works collaboratively with peers, industry associations, nonprofit organizations, and other external experts to help combat human trafficking. The Darcy requires all team members to complete human trafficking awareness training to help them recognize and respond to potential situations of human trafficking they may observe. The Darcy also provides human trafficking awareness posters and other resources to reinforce the training and raise further awareness that hotels may be unwilling venues for both sex and labor trafficking.