By Adam Erace
July 2, 2016

We asked Jason Denby, the concierge of the Rosewood Hotel in Georgetown, to plan us a single, spectacular day in Washington, D.C.

More: See Fortune’s interactive guide to Washington, D.C. here: A Concierge’s Black Book — Washington, D.C.

1. Wake up at the Presidential Suite

Begin your day by waking up in the Presidential Suite of the Rosewood, and then take a short walk down the Chesapeake & Ohio Canal to Baked & Wired to enjoy a handcrafted coffee or espresso and fresh-baked biscuit or quiche.

Presidential Suite of the Rosewood, Washington D.C

Presidential Suite of the Rosewood, Washington D.CRobert Reck—Rosewood

2. Handcrafted espresso at Baked & Wired

Bakery counter at Baked & Wired, Washington D.C

Bakery counter at Baked & Wired, Washington D.CCourtesy of Baked & Wired

3. Exclusive tour of the monuments

A chauffeured Bentley will pick you up and take you on an exclusive private tour of the Capitol, the National Gallery of Art, and the National Archives.

The CapitolNoam Galai—Getty Images

4. Special lunch at Daikaya

Enjoy a special lunch at Daikaya, followed by a trip to Washington, Va., for a private cooking class with acclaimed chef Patrick O’Connell at the Inn at Little Washington, followed by dinner at the chef’s table in the kitchen.

Daikaya Ramen, Washington D.C

Daikaya Ramen, Washington D.CCourtesy of Daikaya

4. Private cooking class with chef O’Connell and dinner at the chef’s table

Chef Patrick O'Connell at the Inn at Little Washington

Chef Patrick O’Connell at the Inn at Little WashingtonGordon Beall—The Inn

5. Stay at the Claiborne House

You will retire to the Claiborne House at the Inn and wake up the next morning for your return to the capital.

Claiborne House at The Inn at Little Washington

Claiborne House at The Inn at Little WashingtonGordon Beall—The Inn

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A version of this article appears in the July 1, 2016 issue of Fortune with the headline “The $10,000 Day.”

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