This regal facility delights visitors of all kinds with stellar service and attention to every last detail..
This hotel opened in 1926 when President Calvin Coolidge cut the ceremonial ribbon. From the arched doorway facade to the Oriental carpets and dangling chandeliers of the impressive lobby, this hotel is all about elegance. One of its claims to fame is its offering of advanced technology---this includes plasma flat-screen TVs in your room. The bar features a wood-burning fireplace and walls with stocked bookshelves. This cozy feeling has earned this venue the reputation as the best hotel bar in DC.
Rooms and suites are anything but ordinary. They offer a rich palette of greens, golds and pinks with dusty rose trimming. Furnishings include cushy armchairs, framed artwork, gilded mirrors and dressing tables. Slip into a bathrobe, slide into your slippers and unwind in your marble bathroom after evening turndown service. There is a small fitness center open 24-hours a day, and you can pay to use one of two nearby full-service gyms, one of which has a lap pool. The restaurant serves upscale American cuisine. There are also countless dining options within walking distance.
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