The Fairfax at Embassy Row
2100 Massachusetts Ave NW, Washington, DC

The Fairfax at Embassy Row

2100 Massachusetts Ave NW
Washington, DC 20008
The Fairfax at Embassy Row, Washington — The Fairfax at Embassy Row is a luxury hotel in Washington, D.C. that embraces the style and grace of a bygone era.  Nestled among world-class boutiques, unrivaled dining and iconic monuments, The Fairfax at Embassy Row, Washington, D.C. is perfectly situated in Dupont Circle, one of Washington's most vibrant neighborhoods.
2100 Massachusetts Ave NW
Washington, DC 20008

Maximum Capacity: 250 people
Availability
From intimate rehearsal dinners to large-scale receptions, the professional staff of our exquisite Washington, D.C. wedding venue caters to your every whim. Spacious, graceful settings, thoughtful details and distinguished service ensure a seamless event for small gatherings, large-scale receptions, retreats, or weddings up to 240 people.
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Ballroom Max Capacity: 300 people 2600 sq ft 241.5 sq meter
Ballroom, The Fairfax at Embassy Row, Washington — Up to 250 guests are comfortably accommodated in the The Ballroom (2,600 square feet) at the Fairfax at Embassy Row, a grand location for your Washington, D.C. wedding. Our hotel strives to reach beyond all expectations. Guests of The Ballroom are invited to watch the wedding ceremony from the Balcony Room, which overlooks the larger space and is also a lovely perch for a cocktail reception. Once the main reception begins, a separate entrance into a gleaming marble foyer leads to spacious and elegantly appointed space that includes a large dance floor and customized table settings.
Up to 250 guests are comfortably accommodated in the The Ballroom (2,600 square feet) at the Fairfax at Embassy Row, a grand location for your Washington, D.C. wedding. Our hotel strives to reach beyond all expectations. Guests of The Ballroom are invited to watch the wedding ceremony from the Balcony Room, which overlooks the larger space and is also a lovely perch for a cocktail reception. Once the main reception begins, a separate entrance into a gleaming marble foyer leads to spacious and elegantly appointed space that includes a large dance floor and customized table settings.

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Supported Layouts and Capacities
Banquet - 10 per
Capacity: 250 People
Classroom - 30"
Capacity: 162 People
Conference
Capacity: 45 People
Hollow Square
Capacity: 54 People
Reception
Capacity: 300 People
Theater
Capacity: 250 People
U-Shape
Capacity: 45 People
Amenities
  • Air Conditioned
  • Dance Floor
  • High Speed Internet
  • Wireless Internet/Wi-Fi
Features
  • Atmosphere/Decor: The Ballroom is 2,600-square-feet and evokes the grandeur and tradition of days gone by with four magnificent chandeliers and soaring 19-foot ceilings
  • Ceiling Height (in feet): 21
  • Ceiling Height (in meters): 6.4
  • Floor Covering: carpet
  • Floor Number: 1
  • Number of Ballroom Sections: 1
  • Space Size (Length x Width) in feet: 2600
  • Space Size (Length x Width) in meters: 792.48
  • Special Features: The hotel has a rich history of gala events-including inaugural balls and political press conferences-that have come to life in 11 traditionally appointed rooms overlooking Embassy Row.
  • Total Square Feet: 2,600
  • Total Square Meters: 241.5
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