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Special Points of Interest Batter Up! ENO Wine Bar (Closed Mondays) Wine Enthusiast: 1 of 12 Best Wine Bars for Singles Happy Hour Specials, Sunday - Thursday, 5 to 7pm. Artist in residence: Jane Mann, through Apr 30. Live Mobile Chat with our hotel via the Four Seasons App on any mobile device. Text us at 202-335-9111. The Four Seasons is home to 2 Tesla charging stations. Museum of the Bible is now open just steps off of the National Mall at 400 4th Street, SW. Ford’s Theatre One Destiny, a one act play on the assassination of Abraham Lincoln, through early July. Investigation: Detective McDevitt, a walking tour investigating the Lincoln assassination conspiracy theory, through October. Sally Mann: A Thousand Crossings (photos), National Gallery of Art, West Building, through May 28. National Cherry Blossom Festival, through April 15. Petalpalooza, Apr 7. Parade, Apr 14. NSO Full Orchestra Pop-Up Concert at Union Station, free for all, 1pm, Apr 11. P!NK in concert at the Capital One Arena, Apr 16 & 17. Cirque du Soleil: Luzia, Tysons Corner, Apr 17 - May 11. Smithsonian Craft Show at the National Building Museum, Apr 25 through 29. Georgetown French Market at Book Hill, Apr 27 - 29. Georgetown House Tour, Apr 28. Freer & Sackler Galleries Secrets of the Lacquer Buddha unites the only sixth and seventh-century life-size Chinese lacquer Buddha sculptures, through June 10. Royal Portraits From 19th Century Iran, through Aug 5. Tomb of Christ at the National Geographic Museum, through Aug 15. Washington’s Only Forbes Five-Star, AAA Five-Diamond Hotel Ten Americans After Paul Klee The exhibition explores the seminal role of Swiss-born artist Paul Klee in the development of mid-20th century American art. Ten Americans sheds new light on important figures in American Abstract Expressionist and Color Field painting who adapted aspects of Klee’s art and ideology into their own artistic development. Featuring more than 60 paintings, prints and drawings from collections in the US and Switzerland, the exhibition is the first to feature work by Klee in dialogue with William Baziotes, Gene Davis, Adolph Gottlieb, Norman Lewis, Robert Motherwell, Kenneth Noland, Jackson Pollock, Theodoros Stamos, Mark Tobey and Bradley Walker Tomlin. Phillips Collection, through May 6. In The City April 2018 Volume CLXXVIII 202-944-2050 Cézanne Portraits Bringing together some 60 examples drawn from collections around the world, Cézanne Portraits is the first exhibition devoted to the famed post impressionist’s portraits. The revelatory exhibition provides the first full visual account of Paul Cézanne’s portrait practice, exploring the pictorial and thematic characteristics of his works in the genre, the chronological development of his style and method and the range and influence of his sitters. Several paintings are exclusive to the National Gallery of Art’s presentation, while some works have never before been exhibited in the United States. National Gallery of Art, West Building, through July 1. Outliers and American Vanguard Art Some 300 works explore three distinct periods in American history when mainstream and outlier artists intersected, ushering in new paradigms based on inclusion, integration and assimilation. The exhibition aligns work by such diverse artists as Charles Sheeler, Christina Ramberg and Matt Mullican with both historic folk art and works by self-taught artists ranging from Horace Pippin to Janet Sobel and Joseph Yoakum. It also examines a recent influx of radically expressive work made on the margins that redefined the boundaries of the mainstream art world, while challenging the very categories of “outsider” and “self-taught.” National Gallery of Art, East Building, through May 13. Renwick Gallery’s First-ever Outdoor Exhibition Brings Art of Burning Man to DC Streets, through Jan 21. Do Ho Suh: Almost Home Do Ho Suh’s immersive architectural installations—unexpectedly crafted with ethereal fabric—are spaces that are at once deeply familiar and profoundly alien. Suh is internationally renowned for his “fabric architecture” sculptures that explore the global nature of contemporary identity as well as memory, migration, and our ideas of home. American Art Museum, through August 5.

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  • Special Points of Interest Batter Up!

    ENO Wine Bar (Closed Mondays)

    Wine Enthusiast: 1 of 12 Best Wine Bars for Singles Happy Hour Specials, Sunday - Thursday, 5 to 7pm. Artist in residence: Jane Mann, through Apr 30.

    Live Mobile Chat with our hotel via the Four Seasons App on any mobile device. Text us at 202-335-9111.

    The Four Seasons is home to 2 Tesla charging stations.

    Museum of the Bible is now open just steps off of the National Mall at 400 4th Street, SW.

    Ford’s Theatre

    ♦ One Destiny, a one act play on the assassination of Abraham Lincoln, through early July.

    ♦ Investigation: Detective McDevitt, a walking tour investigating the Lincoln assassination conspiracy theory, through October.

    Sally Mann: A Thousand Crossings (photos), National Gallery of Art, West Building, through May 28.

    National Cherry Blossom Festival, through April 15.

    ♦ Petalpalooza, Apr 7.

    ♦ Parade, Apr 14.

    NSO Full Orchestra Pop-Up Concert at Union Station, free for all, 1pm, Apr 11.

    P!NK in concert at the Capital One Arena, Apr 16 & 17.

    Cirque du Soleil: Luzia, Tysons Corner, Apr 17 - May 11.

    Smithsonian Craft Show at the National Building Museum, Apr 25 through 29.

    Georgetown French Market at Book Hill, Apr 27 - 29.

    Georgetown House Tour, Apr 28.

    Freer & Sackler Galleries

    ♦ Secrets of the Lacquer Buddha unites the only sixth and seventh-century life-size Chinese lacquer Buddha sculptures, through June 10.

    ♦ Royal Portraits From 19th Century Iran, through Aug 5.

    Tomb of Christ at the National Geographic Museum, through Aug 15.

    Washington’s Only Forbes Five-Star, AAA Five-Diamond Hotel

    Ten Americans After Paul Klee The exhibition explores the seminal role of Swiss-born artist Paul Klee in the development of mid-20th century American art. Ten Americans sheds new light on important figures in American Abstract Expressionist and Color Field painting who adapted aspects of Klee’s art and ideology into their own artistic development. Featuring more than 60 paintings, prints and drawings from collections in the US and Switzerland, the exhibition is the first to feature work by Klee in dialogue with William Baziotes, Gene Davis, Adolph Gottlieb, Norman Lewis, Robert Motherwell, Kenneth Noland, Jackson Pollock, Theodoros Stamos, Mark Tobey and Bradley Walker Tomlin. Phillips Collection, through May 6.

    In The City April 2018

    Volume CLXXVIII 202-944-2050

    Cézanne Portraits Bringing together some 60 examples drawn from collections around the world, Cézanne Portraits is the first exhibition devoted to the famed post impressionist’s portraits. The revelatory exhibition provides the first full visual account of Paul Cézanne’s portrait practice, exploring the pictorial and thematic characteristics of his works in the genre, the chronological development of his style and method and the range and influence of his sitters. Several paintings are exclusive to the National Gallery of Art’s presentation, while some works have never before been exhibited in the United States. National Gallery of Art, West Building, through July 1.

    Outliers and American Vanguard Art Some 300 works explore three distinct periods in American history when mainstream and outlier artists intersected, ushering in new paradigms based on inclusion, integration and assimilation. The exhibition aligns work by such diverse artists as Charles Sheeler, Christina Ramberg and Matt Mullican with both historic folk art and works by self-taught artists ranging from Horace Pippin to Janet Sobel and Joseph Yoakum. It also examines a recent influx of radically expressive work made on the margins that redefined the boundaries of the mainstream art world, while challenging the very categories of “outsider” and “self-taught.” National Gallery of Art, East Building, through May 13.

    Renwick Gallery’s First-ever Outdoor Exhibition Brings Art of Burning Man to DC Streets, through Jan 21.

    Do Ho Suh: Almost Home Do Ho Suh’s immersive architectural installations—unexpectedly crafted with ethereal fabric—are spaces that are at once deeply familiar and profoundly alien. Suh is internationally renowned for his “fabric architecture” sculptures that explore the global nature of contemporary identity as well as memory, migration, and our ideas of home. American Art Museum, through August 5.

  • Theater, Music and Art Theater & Music

    The John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts

    Ballet New York City Ballet: Works by Balanchine, Martins & Peck, Apr 1. Ballet 360º, Robbins, Bernstein and New York City Ballet, Apr 7. Washington Ballet, Mixed Masters, Apr 11 through 15.

    Chamber Music Dawn Upshaw and So Percussion, Apr 5. Dosal Kim, piano, Apr 9. Isabel Leonard in Recital: Tribute to Leonard Bernstein, Apr 15. Conrad Tao, piano, Apr 21. Steven Isserlis and Richard Egarr, Apr 23. JFK Jukebox: In Homage to JFK’s Legacy in Civil Rights, Apr 25. Paul Huang, violin & Orion Weiss, piano, Apr 27.

    Classical Music and National Symphony Orchestra

    Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra, Apr 10. Albany Symphony Orchestra, Apr 11. Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra, Apr 13. NSO: Gianandrea Noseda conducts an all Russian program, Apr 14. International Music Festival 2018, Apr 17. NSO: Portrait and a Frame, works by Stravinsky, Mozart and W. F. Bach, Apr 19 through 21. Los Angeles Philharmonic, Apr 26. Free From Fear: Images from the Shoreline (University of Kansas), Apr 29.

    Comedy The Improvised Shakespeare Company, Apr 5 through 8. David Sedaris, Apr 9. Tracy Morgan, Apr 20.

    Dance Master Class, Netherlands Dans Theater, Apr 2. Netherlands Dans Theater, Apr 4 through 6. Falun Dafa, Shen Yun, Apr 10 through 15. Pan American Symphony Orchestra, Tango Impressions, Apr 14. Master Class: Andersson Dance, Apr 25. Andersson Dance and Scottish Ensemble: Goldberg Variations, Apr 26 through 28.

    Jazz Afro Blue, Apr 6. NEA Jazz Masters Tribute Concert, Apr 16.

    Opera Opera Master Class with Peter Kazaras, Apr 4. The Barber of Seville, Apr 28 through May 19.

    Popular/World Music NSO Pops: Black Violin, Apr 4 & 5 (suitable for children). NSO Pops: Jurassic World, Apr 6 & 7. Chris Botti, Apr 22. Meshell Ndegeocello, Apr 26.

    Theater After the Rehearsal & Persona, part of the Bergmann 100 Celebration, Apr 19 through 22. Shear Madness, through Aug 31.

    Vocal/Choral Carmen in Concert, Apr 21. Brian Mulligan, baritone with Timothy Long, piano, Apr 28.

    Young Audiences Waves, All That Glows Sees, Apr 1. The String Thing, Apr 16 through 30. NSO Young People’s Concert, Apr 29.

    Arena Stage Hold These Truths, through Apr 8. Two Trains Running, through Apr 29. Snow Child, Apr 13 through May 20.

    Constitution Hall Neighborhood Barbershop, Apr 14. Pritam Live in Concert, Apr 20. The Wild Kratts Live! Apr 21. Katt Williams, Apr 27 & 28.

    Folger Theatre The Winter’s Tale, through Apr 22. Ovid’s Vineyard (music of the French Baroque), Apr 27 through 29.

    Ford’s Theatre The Wiz, through May 12.

    Keegan Theatre Chicago, through Apr 7.

    MGM Resort Maks, Val & Peta Live on Tour, Apr 15.

    Mosaic Theater Paper Dolls, through Apr 22.

    National Theatre Bubble Guppies Live, Apr 8. Let it Be: A Celebration of the Music of the Beatles, Apr 14.

    Ronald Reagan Building Capitol Steps (Fridays & Saturdays) through Aug 31.

    Shakespeare Theatre Potted Potter, Apr 3 through 15. C. S. Lewis Onstage, Apr 4 through 8. Waiting for Gadot, Apr 17 through May 20. Arcturus Theater, Apr 19. Yerma, Apr 27. Cat on a Hot Tin Roof, Apr 28. Much Ado About Nothing, Apr 29. Duchess of Malfi, Apr 29.

    Signature Theatre Girlfriend, Apr 17 through June 10.

    Studio Theatre Translations, through Apr 22.

    Theater J Roz and Ray, Apr 3 through 29.

    Warner Theatre Patti LaBelle, Apr 7. Engelbert Humperdinck, Apr 15. David Foster, Apr 17.

    RZA, Apr 18. PJ Masks Live, Apr 19. Brit Floyd (Pink Floyd Show), Apr 24. Festival of Praise Tour, Apr 27. Men and #Metoo, Breaking the Silence, Apr 28.

    Woolly Mammoth Theatre Underground Railroad Game, Apr 4 through 29.

    Art American Art Museum The American Art Museum records the American experience from the colonial period to today. The collection includes images from the West, impressionism, WPA murals, folk and contemporary art. (In the same building as the National Portrait Gallery.) 11:30am to 7pm, 8th and F Street, NW

    Freer Gallery of Art and Sackler Gallery The Arthur M. Sackler Gallery along with the Freer Gallery are known as the National Museum of Asian Art. These galleries house the nation’s collections which include furniture, jades, bronzes, paintings, ceramics, manuscripts and sculptures from the Mid and Far East. 10am to 5:30pm On the Mall, Jefferson Drive and 12th Street, SW

    Hillwood Museum & Gardens Experience the world of Russian imperial and French decorative arts displayed in the grand setting conceived by Hillwood’s founder Marjorie Merriweather Post, heir of the Post cereal empire. Surrounded by woodlands in the heart of Washington, DC, the 25 acre estate boasts a variety of garden pleasures. On special exhibit: The Artistic Table, through June 10. Tuesday through Sunday, 10am to 5pm 4155 Linnean Ave, NW

    National Gallery of Art and Sculpture Garden The National Gallery's West Building has art from the 3rd Century to present times -- a collection of over 90,000 pieces. In the newly reopened and enhanced East Wing are 20th-Century works by Miró, Magritte, van Gogh, Picasso and Matisse. With its very modern architectural design, by I. M. Pei the building is a work of art in itself. Monday to Saturday 10am to 5pm; Sunday 11am to 6pm, On the Mall, 4th through 7th Streets along Constitution Avenue, NW

    National Museum of Women in the Arts This is the only museum dedicated solely to female artists. Representing more than 500 women from nearly 30 countries, this museum holds 2,000 of the world's most important works of art by women. The displays range from the Renaissance to Georgia O'Keeffe. On special exhibit: Women House, through May 28 and Hung Liu in Print, through July 8. Monday to Saturday 10am to 5pm, Sunday 12 to 5pm, 1250 New York Avenue, NW

  • National Portrait Gallery The Portrait Gallery with its collection of nearly 20,000 pieces portrays men and women who have made significant contributions to the history, development and culture of the USA. (In the same building as the American Art Museum.) 11:30am to 7pm, 8th & F Streets, NW

    The Phillips Collection America's first museum of modern art was opened in 1921 in the home of Duncan Phillips. Discover this international treasure that is also one of Washington’s best-loved museums. Closed Mondays, Tuesday to Saturday 10am to 5pm, Sunday 11am to 6pm, Thursday 10am to 8:30pm, 21st and Q Streets, NW

    Museums National Air and Space Museum The Air and Space is the largest of the Smithsonian museums and one of the most visited museums in the world. See airplanes and rockets from the Wright Brothers’ plane and the Spirit of St. Louis to Apollo. Touch the moon rock on display, visit the IMAX theater or gaze at the stars in the Einstein Planetarium. 10am to 5:30pm On the Mall, 6th Street and Independence Avenue, SW

    Udvar-Hazy Center The Air and Space Museum Annex houses over 200 aircraft and 135 spacecraft. See the Space Shuttle Enterprise, the Enola Gay, an Air France Concorde and an IMAX movie. Dulles, VA. 10am to 5:30pm, parking charges apply.

    National Museum of African American History and Culture The new national treasure was established by an Act of Congress, making it the 19th Smithsonian Institution. It is the only national museum devoted exclusively to the documentation of African American life, art, history and culture. Timed passes are required, please see the Concierge. 10am to 5:30pm On the Mall, 15th and Constitution Avenue, NW

    National Museum of African Art The museum’s extensive collection consists of 7,000 African artworks in wood, metal, ceramic, cloth and ivory. 10am to 5:30pm On the Mall, 950 Independence Avenue, SW

    National Museum of American History Documenting our national heritage, this museum cares for 17 million artifacts, including the original Star Spangled Banner, Dorothy’s Ruby Slippers and George Washington’s field tent. The collection includes clothing, coins, food, government, military, music, sports, etc. 10am to 5:30pm On the Mall, 14th Street and Constitution Avenue, NW

    ♦ Museums and galleries are open seven days a week unless otherwise noted.

    ♦ An insider tip: Most sites become less crowded after 2pm when school groups leave.

    National Museum of the American Indian This collection includes materials not only of cultural, historical and aesthetic interest, but also of spiritual significance. Funerary, religious and ceremonial objects associated with living cultures are displayed with the approval of appropriate tribes. 10am to 5:30pm, On the Mall, 4th Street and Independence Avenue, SW

    National Zoo Home to approximately 2,000 animals representing nearly 400 species, of which about a quarter are endangered; our Zoo provides leadership in animal care, science, education and sustainability. Highlights include the giant pandas Mei Xian, Tian Tian and baby Bei Bei plus Pavel, the new (10 year old) Amur tiger, American bison, Asian elephants in their new home, white-naped cranes, western lowland gorillas, Sumatran tigers, cheetahs and North Island brown kiwis. Grounds: 8am to 7pm and Animals: 9am to 6pm 3001 Connecticut Avenue, NW

    Natural History Museum Some of the artifacts include, “Phoenix” a life size model of a North American right whale, prehistoric white shark and the Hope Diamond, a 45.5 carat jewel known in some circles as the eighth wonder of the world. Dinosaur Hall is closed until 2019. 10am to 5:30pm; On the Mall, 10th Street and Constitution Avenue, NW

    International Spy Museum An intriguing museum that gives visitors access to the largest collection of international espionage artifacts ever put on public display. Over 600 items are on exhibit, including a WWII German Enigma cipher machine, a Soviet era shoe transmitter, an East German camera capable of photographing through walls and a Soviet era lipstick pistol. See the Concierge for VIP entry tickets, avoid the lines! Through Apr 7: 8:30am to 8pm and from Apr 8: 9am to 7pm. (Last entry to exhibits is 2 hours prior to closing.) 8th and F Streets, NW

    The Newseum The world’s most interactive museum. In its 14 galleries, 15 theaters, two broadcast studios and a 4-D time travel experience, The Newseum blends five centuries of news history with cutting edge technology and innovation. On exhibit: the largest collection of Berlin wall sections, a 9/11 exhibit with the mangled antennae from the World Trade Center, a chance to be on camera with breaking news report, the biggest collection of Pulitzer prize-winning photos, an interactive newsroom and spectacular views of the U. S. Capitol. On special exhibit: 1968: Civil Rights at 50, through Jan 2, and The Marines at Tet, through July 8. 9am to 5pm, 555 Pennsylvania Avenue, NW

    United States Holocaust Memorial Museum This is America’s only national memorial to the Holocaust. The museum features permanent exhibit as well as film and temporary exhibits. Please allow 3 hours to visit this museum. See the Concierge for complimentary VIP entry tickets. 10am to 5:30pm 100 Raoul Wallenberg Place, SW

    Capital Sights Bureau of Engraving and Printing Printing site of billions of U. S. dollars! Due to current construction, please inquire about new entry points. Same day passes will be required and gone by 9am at Raoul Wallenberg Place. Special couriers can be hired, see the concierge for details and deadlines. Monday to Friday: 9am to 11am; 12:30pm to 4pm and 5pm to 6pm, every 15 minutes for this 40 minute tour. Visitor Center: 8:30am to 2:45pm 14th and C Streets, SW

    Library of Congress The three LOC buildings are remarkable public spaces named after Presidents who had a strong connection with the creation of the library. The LOC offers docent led tours of the magnificent Thomas Jefferson Building and discuss the history of the Library as well as the art and architecture of this historic building opened in 1897. Monday through Saturday 8:30am to 4:30pm 101 Independence Avenue, SE

    Martin Luther King, Jr. Memorial Visit Washington’s newest memorial to a civil rights king. Open 24 hours per day. On Independence Avenue, SW at the Tidal Basin between the Lincoln and Jefferson Memorials.

    The White House Tour reservations can be booked in advance through a Congressional office. (Please allow a minimum of 8 weeks.)

    United States Capitol The Capitol building is a symbol of the American people and their government, the meeting place of the nation’s legislature and an art and history museum. Guided tours start at the Capitol Visitor Center. Free tickets are required and distributed in advance via the internet. Monday to Saturday 8:30am to 4:30pm

    Washington Monument A 555 foot high gleaming obelisk honoring our first president. Closed until Spring 2019.

    World War II Memorial The WWII Memorial is an open air tribute to America’s greatest generation. Open 24 hours per day. On the Mall at 17th Street, NW between Independence & Constitution Avenues

    More Arts, Museums & Sights

  • Special Events, Sports & Hotel Information

    The Four Seasons has gone mobile with a smart phone app which can be down loaded from the app store on either the Apple or Android platforms. Chat, check in, order room service, concierge and spa services with ease!

    Sporting Events Washington Capitals at Capital One Arena Apr 5 7pm Nashville Predators Apr 7 7pm New Jersey Devils

    Washington Wizards at Capital One Arena Apr 6 7pm Atlanta Hawks Apr 10 8pm Boston Celtics

    Washington Nationals at National’s Park Apr 5 & 7 1pm New York Mets Apr 8 8pm New York Mets Apr 9 & 10 7pm Atlanta Braves Apr 11 1pm Atlanta Braves Apr 12 & 13 7pm Colorado Rockies Apr 14 1pm Colorado Rockies Apr 15 1:30pm Colorado Rockies Apr 27 7pm Arizona Diamondbacks Apr 28 4pm Arizona Diamondbacks Apr 29 1:30pm Arizona Diamondbacks Apr 30 7pm Pittsburgh Pirates

    Baltimore Orioles at Oriole Park Apr 1 1pm Minnesota Twins Apr 9 - 11 7pm Toronto Blue Jays Apr 20 7pm Cleveland Indians Apr 21 4pm Cleveland Indians Apr 22 1pm Cleveland Indians Apr 23 7pm Cleveland Indians Apr 24 - 26 7pm Tampa Bay Rays Apr 27 & 28 7pm Detroit Tigers Apr 29 1pm Detroit Tigers

    Comedy DC Improv

    Apr 2 & 4 Watch What Crappens Apr 4 Comedy at Dupont Underground Apr 5 - 8 Taylor Tomlinson Apr 11 Murder Mystery Show Apr 12 Mick Foley Apr 13 - 15 Jordan Rock Apr 19 - 22 Nemr Apr 26 - 29 Brent Morin

    Music Blues Alley Jazz Club Shows at 8 and 10pm

    Apr 1 Peter White Apr 2 Andrew White Quartet Apr 3 Sy Smith Apr 4 Hil St. Soul Apr 5 - 8 Monty Alexander Trio Apr 9 Dave Kline Band Apr 10 Lionel Loueke Trio Apr 11 Christian Sands Apr 12 - 15 Kenny Garrett Quintet Apr 16 U. S . A. F. Airman of Note Apr 17 The One O’Clock Lab Band Apr 18 Stan Kenton Legacy Band Apr 19 & 20 McCoy Tyner Quartet Apr 21 & 22 Ravi Coltrane Quartet Apr 23 Joao Fenix Apr 24 Rose Moraes Apr 25 Darden Purcell Apr 26 Veronneau: Celebrate Brazil Apr 27 - 29 John Pizzarelli Apr 30 Louie Cruz Beltran

    Music Center at Strathmore Apr 6 8pm Bobby McFerrinn Apr 7 8pm Symphonic Dances Apr 8 2 & 7pm Boston Pops Apr 12 8pm Vegas Nights with Frankie Moreno Apr 14 8pm National Philharmonic Apr 15 4pm Ragtime in Concert Apr 17 8pm MD Heroine Awareness Concert Apr 19 8pm Mahler’s Titan Apr 20 8pm Scrap Arts Music Apr 21 8pm Ukulele Orchestra of Great Britain Apr 22 4pm Air Play Apr 27 8:15pm Tchaikovsky and Balanchine Apr 28 8pm National Philharmonic: Northern Lights Apr 29 3pm Tchaikovsky and Balanchine

    Wolf Trap: Barns Apr 4 8pm Ana Moura Apr 7 8pm Tribute to Leon Russell Apr 8 3pm Cameron Crozman Apr 12 & 13 8pm Pat McGee Band Apr 14 4 & 8pm Gay Men’s Chorus of Washington Apr 18 8pm The Suffers Apr 19 8pm John McCutcheon Apr 22 3pm John Corigliano Apr 26 8pm Ana Popovic Apr 27 8pm Evening of Comedy Apr 28 7 & 10pm Evening of Comedy

    Dining BOURBON STEAK “DC’s Best Steakhouse”

    — voted by Washingtonian Magazine “Best Burger Over $20” — Washington Post Lunch: Monday - Friday 11:30am to 2:30pm Dinner: Friday 6:00pm to 10:30pm Saturday 6:00pm to 10:30pm Sunday - Thursday 6:00pm to 10:00pm Patio 11:30am to 10:00pm

    Executive Chef, Andrew Adams

    SEASONS RESTAURANT Breakfast: Monday - Friday 6:30am to 11:00am Saturday & Sunday 7:00am to 10:30am Lunch: Saturday Only 10:30am to 2:00pm Brunch: Sunday Only 10:30am to 2:00pm

    Executive Chef, Andrew Court

    ENO Tuesday - Thursday 5:00pm to 11:00pm Friday & Saturday 4:00pm to 12:00am Sunday 4:00pm to 11:00pm

    Fitness Club & Spa Use of the Fitness Club and Spa is complimentary to hotel guests. Each piece of the cardiovascular equipment has its own audio/visual system. Dip in the two-lane lap pool or the oversized whirlpool beneath a vaulted ceiling with skylights. Eucalyptus scented steam and sauna rooms are available for men and women. A wide variety of massages, facials and aromatherapy treatments are also available. Open daily from 5:30am to 10pm, cardio level available 24/7, room key necessary at all times. Spa treatments available daily 9am to 9pm

    Class Schedule Mondays: Stretch, 11am Tuesdays: Cardio, 8:45am Thursdays: Cardio, 8:45am Fridays: Stretch, 11am Saturdays: Cardio, 8:15am

    Health Club Membership Join Washington, DC’s most exclusive and complete Health Club & Spa with incomparable services and amenities. Open only to members and hotel guests, the Club provides a complete spa and fitness experience, staffed by highly trained professionals. For membership information see any employee at the Spa or call 202-944-2022.

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