Flying in for Plastic Surgery in Washington, DC
Are you planning to fly in for your visit to Center for Plastic Surgery in Washington, DC? We invite you to make the most of your stay by exploring all our historic area has to offer. Our offices in Chevy Chase, MD, and Annandale, VA, are less than 30 minutes from the heart of downtown DC, making it easy to turn your visit into a vacation.
If you are looking for the best hotels, restaurants, and things to do in our nation’s capital city, this page is for you. Whether you are traveling to us for a breast augmentation, tummy tuck, facelift, or another procedure, you’ll find all our recommendations for enjoying our area below.
You’ll arrive in DC through one of our 3 major airports:
- Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport (DCA): This centrally located hub has its own stop on the Metro’s Blue and Yellow lines.
- Washington Dulles International Airport (IAD): Hop aboard a Silver Line Express Bus to the nearest Metro station about 15 minutes from the airport.
- Baltimore/Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport (BWI): Make your way downtown via an Amtrack train that picks up and drops off at Union Station.
You can also easily navigate to and from each airport via taxi or rideshare (Uber or Lyft).
Once you’ve arrived, relax and unwind at one of these inviting accommodations.
This contemporary luxury hotel features a rooftop bar and lounge, stunning city views, and striking art-forward interiors. Like many of the hotels on our list, it’s just steps from many of DC’s most iconic landmarks.
Located along Georgetown’s historic C&O Canal, Rosewood has received a long list of honors from publications such as Forbes, Conde Nast, and The Washington Post.
The St. Regis has welcomed royalty and celebrities for nearly 100 years. The prestigious and pet-friendly hotel is located in the heart of Downtown DC and is home to the St. Regis Bar, one of the most famed cocktail lounges in the city.
Treat yourself to a luxury stay at this elegant hotel, located at the entrance to Georgetown, that has welcomed global dignitaries and other high-profile guests throughout its rich history. Relax in the spa, enjoy a dish prepared by a Michelin-starred chef, or take in the views of DC’s most beloved monuments.
The Hay-Adams is a refined boutique hotel destination where “nothing is overlooked but the White House,” which stands just steps away. This 5-star stay features multiple fine-dining establishments and amenities you may need to enjoy a relaxing and luxurious visit.
Founded in 1818, the Willard InterContinental has earned a reputation as the “residence of presidents.” A favorite stay of multiple US presidents throughout history, this historic destination houses a full-service spa, multiple famed eateries, and award-winning afternoon tea.
Get a taste of DC at a few of our favorite eateries.
Enjoy an avant-garde dining experience at José Andrés’ adjacent two-Michelin-starred restaurant and experiential cocktail lab. You’ll find them both in DC’s vibrant Penn Quarter neighborhood.
Overlook Lafayette Park and the White House as you enjoy breakfast, lunch, or dinner in this famed establishment’s sun-soaked dining room.
Step into the heart of DC’s West End and enjoy an unforgettable meal in Nobu’s expansive bar, lounge, restaurant, and sushi bar.
Enjoy authentic Italian cuisine, creative cocktails, fine wine, and attentive service in a comfortable, yet elegant Georgetown setting frequented by political and entertainment celebrities.
Stop by for a sip or a bite to eat at this chic mid-century cocktail lounge overlooking Dupont Circle.
This iconic American bar located in Georgetown serves beer, wine, creative cocktails, and much more. The menu includes brunch, creative salads, delicious entrees, and decadent desserts in a comfortable setting accented with stained glass and warm vintage furnishings.
If you’re looking for DC’s best burger, stop by this local favorite that creates artisanal burgers using only beef sourced from small, family-owned farms.
Each of our city’s neighborhoods offers a unique look into the area’s thriving culture.
The Adams Morgan neighborhood is a vibrant nightlife hot spot home to a diverse blend of bars, clubs, and independently owned shops. If you’re looking for live music, art, cultural exhibits, and more, it’s worth adding to your itinerary.
Take in waterfront views, stop by the historic Municipal Fish Market, stroll 17 acres of parks and piers, or rent a bike or boat to explore the area up close.
Dive into DC’s history by visiting the US Capitol, the Supreme Court, the Library of Congress, and more, all located within this iconic and walkable neighborhood.
DC’s oldest neighborhood, Georgetown blends history with upscale homes and unforgettable restaurants and bars. Whether you enjoy sightseeing, shopping, or eating, this area is easily walkable. Other attractions include unique businesses and recreation along the waterfront.
Every night is a party on U-Street, once considered the historic heart of Black culture in the US. Explore vibrant dining, nightlife, and arts scenes in this bustling home of jazz legend Duke Ellington.
NoMa is home to Union Station, the second-busiest Amtrak hub in the country, as well as DC’s famous Union Market and its many gourmet food shops and eateries.
Fill your itinerary with stops at nationally renowned museums, monuments, and galleries.
Get an up-close look at the country’s most famous air and space artifacts at this family-friendly museum featuring hands-on exhibits, science demonstrations, and more.
Visit this famous monument to our 16th president Abraham Lincoln, which has graced the National Mall for more than 100 years.
Get a bird’s eye view of DC from the top of this 150-year-old towering monument to our nation’s first president, George Washington.
Tour the National Gallery’s extensive collection of art, photography, and sculpture works, including pieces by Leonardo da Vinci, Claude Monet, Edward Hopper, and other legendary artists.
Visit our nation’s beautiful Capitol building and learn about the inner workings of democracy with interactive exhibits and guided tours.
NoMa is home to Union Station, the second-No visit to DC would be complete without snapping a photo in front of the iconic home at 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue. Plus, stop by the visitor’s center to see more than 90 historical artifacts from previous White House residents.
Schedule Your Visit
Whether you’re flying in from near or far, we look forward to welcoming you to our thriving area. To see for yourself why so many people travel to our Washington, DC, plastic surgery practice, please request a consultation online or call (703) 560-2850 to schedule your visit to Center for Plastic Surgery.