Beacon Hotel & Corporate Quarters (Washington DC)


Beacon Hotel & Corporate Quarters (Washington DC)
Beacon Hotel & Corporate Quarters

country: United States, city: Washington DC (Dupont Circle / Central Washington)

Beacon Hotel & Corporate Quarters Beacon Hotel & Corporate Quarters

Location
This hotel is located on Fashionable Embassy Row in one of Washington DC most dynamic neighborhoods, Dupont Circle. The hotel occupies entire Island Block allowing each room to have exterior views of the avenues that make DC so elegant.

Rooms
All rooms are oversized and most with sitting areas. The decoration is warm and welcoming and supported by those amenities required by the business traveler as well the leisure guest.

Restaurant
The restaurant features a contemporary American cuisine with a smattering of some traditional favorites to please a cosmopolitan taste.

Hotel Facilities:Room Facilities:
Banquet facilities
Business centre
Cocktail bar
Concierge
Conference facilities
Disabled facilities
Faxing facilities
Gymnasium
Internet access
Laundry facilities
Lift
Lobby
Outdoor swimming pool
Parking facilities
Photocopying
Air conditioning
Cable / Satellite TV
Hairdryer
Internet access
Iron and ironing board
Modem/data port connection
Pay-per-view movies
Private bathroom / Ensuite
Radio
Refrigerator
Telephone
Television

Extra Information:
10 km to the Airport (Washington-Reagan)
42 km to the Airport (Washington-Dulles)
5 minutes walk to the nearest Metro Station (Dupont Circle)
4 km to the nearest Station (Union Station)
3 minutes walk to the nearest Bus Stop
1 km to the nearest

Address:
1615 Rhode Island Avenue NW
Washington DC


International hotels. — Academic. 2010.

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