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This $830 Staycation Package for Mean Girls the Musical Is Just So Extra

Get ready for a grool time.

We could have predicted that the premier of Mean Girls the musical at National Theatre would bring out all of the fan girls of the Tina Fey masterpiece. Apparently, DC’s Jefferson Hotel is also predicting a turnout, as they’ve designed an entire staycation package around the month-long run.

The That’s So Fetch! package includes an overnight stay, two “On Wednesdays We Wear Pink” mocktails, a Mean Girls welcome bag, and—of course—two orchestra-level tickets to the musical, which is conveniently showing at a theater about a mile from the hotel. The only thing it’s missing is all your jealous friends yelling, “Boo, you whore!” if you don’t invite them. But you can’t really help it if people hate you because you’re so popular—right?

The “On Wednesdays We Wear Pink” mocktail is made with house-made raspberry syrup, peach bitters and club soda.

The “On Wednesdays We Wear Pink” mocktails. Photos courtesy of Juan Brizuela

Of course, there’s no alcohol in the drink—but if you want a little bit, we’re sure you can find a cool mom to hook you up.

You’ll also be welcomed with your own Mean Girls tote bag and mug.

Welcome Amenity, photo courtesy of Juan Brizuela

And what does it cost to live like Regina George for the night? You have your choice of rooms included in the package. One is a deluxe king room, which goes for $620 per night.

Deluxe King, photo courtesy of Juan Brizuela

The second option is a deluxe suite, for $830 per night.

Deluxe suite bedroom, photo courtesy of Juan Brizuela
Deluxe suite parlor, photo courtesy of Juan Brizuela

The package is available on select nights at the hotel: Saturday, November 18 and 25, and December 2. While these dates aren’t quite as iconic as October 3, they’ll do just fine.

To make reservations, call 202.448.2300 or email

Editorial Fellow

Halie joined Washingtonian as an editorial fellow in August 2017. Born and raised in central Pennsylvania, she is a senior at Penn State and working towards a degree in journalism. Previously, she worked at AccuWeather as a social media intern and as an editorial intern at Pennsylvania Business Central. Halie lives in Arlington.