Your overnight stay begins at the West Wing Entrance
The East Sitting Hall - outside the Queen's Bedroom
The center hallway in the upstairs Residence
Small living room outside the President's Master Bedroom
Private family dining room on the 2nd floor of the Residence
Looking down the staircase from the upstairs of the Residence
You can visit the library on the ground floor of the Residence
Stairway up to First Floor of Residence
If the Oval Office is empty, this is a great photo opportunity
Hint... the souvenir candy stash is kept in the 3rd middle drawer
Take time to look at the recent photos hanging in the hallways of the West Wing
It's fun to pretend you are the Press Secretary
There is no charge to use the White House bowling alley
All of the latest movies are available for viewing here
If not in use, be sure to visit the large conference room in the Situation Room
Please be quiet when passing through the busy Watch Floor of the Situation Room
You can make your private phone calls in here
Nice view of the Rose Garden from a West Wing office window
If you're lucky, you might see Marine One
Underground access to pool is from the West Wing
Shoot some hoops at the basketball court outside
Our luxurious accommodations are furnished with fine antiques and historic Presidential beds. Thick white towels and Aveda hair products are provided.
The Queen's Bedroom
Named for the many royal guests including Queen Elizabeth II of the United Kingdom, Queen Sonja of Norway, and Queen Sofía of Spain, this richly decorated room is furnished in the Federal Style evoking an early-19th-century New England bedroom featuring the bed of Andrew Jackson.
The armchair, bed hanging and drapery silks are all Scalamandré exclusives. Decorated with period art work and colored prints worthy of the most discerning collector. The room also has a sitting area with full-size sofa and chair, writing desk, and inlaid armoire. Great view of the North Lawn! Bath has Jacuzzi tub and shower with separate dressing area.
The Lincoln Bedroom
Artfully restored incorporating Lincoln period details such as window cornices and mantel. The centerpiece of the room is the 8-foot by 6-foot Rosewood Lincoln bed.
The gilded carved bed canopy is in the shape of a crown with flowing yards of regal purple satin over white lace trailing to the floor. The bed hanging satin, drapery silk, tassels and tiebacks are Scalamandré exclusives. The furniture used by the Lincoln Administration includes the sofa and three matching chairs, two slipper chairs, and four of Lincoln's Cabinet chairs.
Guests staying in the Lincoln Bedroom will have the use of the Lincoln bathroom, installed during the Truman presidency, with pale green opaque glass tiles and a mirrored dome ceiling light. The spacious tub has an elegant sandblasted etching of a Presidential eagle.
All guests will be required to go through a security screening process. The following items are prohibited: