Washington D.C. has so much to offer children. The St. Regis is making the nation’s capital accessible—and fun—for children with a unique new scavenger hunt.
The hotel’s concierge team will supply young guests with a set of clues, riddles and rhymes that relate to the capital’s monuments, museums and notable addresses. Here’s an example: “So dearest visitors, so begins your mighty test, it’s time for us, at last, to send you on your epic quest, you’ll begin down by the Mall, south of where the White House glows, at an old brick house where long ago a mighty canal flows.”
Fun, right? Even more fun are the rewards. When the children solve the riddles, taking photos at each spot, they will be showered with gifts like stuffed animals, Air Force One replicas and other loot from the hotel’s “treasure chest.”
And parents, staying at the St. Regis Washington D.C. is its own reward. Just steps from the White House and close to everything, it has been favored by heads of state, celebrities, dignitaries and society’s elite since it opened its doors in 1926. For the latest family packages, call 202.638.2626.
The imposing exterior of the St. Regis Washington DC. The historic hotel is actually quite child-friendly.
The bedroom of the Empire Suite