The Washington Court Hotel (Washington DC)


The Washington Court Hotel (Washington DC)
The Washington Court Hotel

country: United States, city: Washington DC (Capitol Hill)

The Washington Court Hotel The Washington Court HotelThe Washington Court Hotel is one of the premier 4-star luxury hotels located in the heart of the distinctive Capitol Hill neighborhood in Washington DC. The hotel is only three blocks to the US Capitol Building and less than two blocks from historic Union Station where you will find an impressive variety of shopping, dining, entertainment and transportation. Each of the 264 elegantly appointed rooms overlooking either the US Capitol Building, Washington skyline or the hotel''s glass Atrium, feature an oversized marble bath (with color TV), comfortable working area with high speed internet access and two-line phones, small sitting area and entertainment center with on demand movies. Guests enjoy exquisite cuisine and an expansive wine list in the Cafe Grill open for breakfast, lunch and dinner 7 days a week and offering room service from 6 AM to 11 PM. Guests unwind in the Court Bar where you can enjoy your favorite cocktail and the adjacent cigar friendly Club Room where guests

Hotel Facilities:Room Facilities:
Baby sitting service
Business centre
Cafe
Concierge
Conference facilities
Disabled facilities
Faxing facilities
Gift shop
Health Club
Laundry facilities
Lift
Lounge
Non-smoking rooms
Parking facilities
Parking facilities (at co
Air conditioning
Alarm clock
Hairdryer
Iron and ironing board
Tea and coffee making facilities
Telephone
Television

Extra Information:

Address:
525 New Jersey Avenue Nw
20001


International hotels. — Academic. 2010.

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