1330 Maryland Ave SWWashington
, DC 20024
Set at the heart of the US capital between Maine and Maryland Avenues and 12th and 14th Streets, SW, Mandarin Oriental, Washington DC has redefined luxury in the city. Just streets away from the nation’s most revered monuments and the Smithsonian Institution, the hotel is also within easy reach of Capitol Hill and the seat of power. With 16 different types of hotel rooms and suites to choose from, everyone will find one to their taste – not to mention something to enchant the palate, at our choice of exquisite restaurants and bars. Leisure travelers will be delighted by our 10,500 sq ft health spa, fitness center and indoor pool with dramatic waterfront views. Corporate organizers will appreciate our superlative conference facilities, including an entire ground floor wing of state-of-the-art meeting rooms with their own separate entrance. And individual business travelers will also appreciate our well equipped Business Center. All our luxurious rooms and suites have a serene, residential feel. They have been designed to delight guests with a décor that marries Asian elegance with stylish, traditional touches and a color palette of burnt orange and pale green. Our guestrooms are all set against the hotel’s captivating signature water and district views. Different layouts are made possible by the unusual shape of the building, with guestrooms measuring between 400 to 700 square feet. Our ground level function space is accessible from both the Lobby by escalator, and from its own dedicated entrance on Maine Avenue. Comprising of two exquisite ballrooms, seven meeting rooms, a Business Center, Gallery and large reception space, it offers 38,000 square feet of well-appointed luxury. Add to that our spacious and elegant rooms and suites, stylish, contemporary bars, and our superb Spa and leisure facilities; you can see why Mandarin Oriental is the first choice for meetings and conferences in Washington DC.
Mandarin Oriental Washington DC, Washington — 50 foot lap pool
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Mandarin Oriental Washington DC