Designed as a residence within the hotel, this luxurious suite is a favorite choice for executives and dignitaries seeking a home away from home.
Back in 1861, in the weeks leading up to his Inauguration as President of the United States, Abraham Lincoln resided in Parlor No. 6 at the Willard Hotel. He enjoyed apples in the evening and borrowed a pair of slippers from Henry Willard wife’s grandfather who was also visiting the Nation’s Capital at the time and shared the same shoe size.
The Abraham Lincoln Suite has a residential feel designed in Federal-style decor and rich blue and gold fabrics. The suite offers a separate parlor entry hall, large living room and adjacent dining room, powder room, and butler pantry. The master bedroom has a king bedroom and marble full bathroom.
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