Chevy Chase Shopping
Welcome to the Rodeo Drive of Washington, DC. A quick walk down Wisconsin Avenue in the Chevy Chase/Friendship Heights area reveals the large number of upscale malls and luxury retailers that give this area its nickname. We think you'll need multiple visits to exhaust the options within walking distance of the Embassy Suites, but if you do, the DC region offers several shopping hotspots.
The Shops at the Chevy Chase Pavilion
Embassy Suites at the Chevy Chase Pavilion is literally surrounded by some of the best shopping in the area. The Chevy Chase Pavilion hosts stores like H&M, J.Crew, Nordstrom Rack, Old Navy, and World Market. A CVS drugstore is also located on the main floor of the Pavilion.
Mazza Gallerie is a small, upscale shopping mall across the street from Embassy Suites. Stores include Neiman Marcus, Ann Taylor, Charles Schwartz & Son Jewelers, Saks Fifth Avenue Men's Store, Tabandeh, Pampillonia Jewelers, Williams Sonoma and more. Catch a movie at the AMC Theaters or a quick bite at some of the quick-serve restaurants.
The Shops at Wisconsin Place
Just across the street from Embassy Suites, neighboring the Mazza Gallerie, The Shops at Wisconsin Place are a collection of open-air, high-end retail stores and restaurants including from the world-renowned Bloomingdales, MAC Cosmetics, Sephora, Anthropologie, BCBG, Cole Haan, Eileen Fisher, The Capital Grille, Le Pain Quotidien, P.F. Chang's and Whole Foods Market.
Other Wisconsin Avenue Shops Just Steps Away
Venture on a short walk up Wisconsive Avenue and you will find other high end shops, such as Tiffany & Co, Jimmy Choo, as well as a full Saks Fifth Avenue department store.
Embassy Suites Hotel at the Chevy Chase Pavilion is ideally located near DC Metro Stations. Hop on the blue or yellow line and in minutes you'll arrive below The Fashion Centre at Pentagon City. More than 170 stores are located on three different levels in this world-class mall. Anchor department stores include Macy's and Nordstrom.
Shopping by Neighborhood
Many of DC's neighborhoods like historic Georgetown offer modern boutiques, vintage shops, and of course, excellent window-shopping. Take a stroll down 18th Street in Adams-Morgan, along the U Street Corridor and 14th Street, and up and down Connecticut Avenue in Dupont Circle for a unique shopping experience.