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Marriott Marquis Washington, DC

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#88 of 148 hotels in Washington DC
Certificate of Excellence
Experience Washington, D.C. in style from Marriott Marquis Washington, D.C. Our CityCenterDC hotel is conveniently located near Penn Quarter, CityCenterDC, and the Verizon Center, making it easy to explore the city's best attractions. Guests enjoy direct access to the Convention Center via an underground concourse connection. With more than 105,000 square feet of event space offering 54 breakout rooms, a grand lobby with an atrium skylight, and five retail and restaurant outlets on the ground floor, our Washington, DC convention center hotel is poised to be the city's next great social hub. Be among the first to experience vibrant Marriott Marquis Washington, DC, a distinctive addition to the Nation's Capital.
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Fitness Center with Gym / Workout Room
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Free High Speed Internet (WiFi)
Breakfast Available
Business Center with Internet Access
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Non-smoking hotel
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123Restaurantswithin 0.3 miles
13Attractionswithin 0.3 miles
901 Massachusetts Avenue NW, Washington DC, DC 20001-4307
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Ronald Reagan National Airport4 mi
Dulles Intl Airport23 mi
Mount Vernon SquareWashington DC Metro5 min
Metro CenterWashington DC Metro8 min
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The hotel is the most convenient to the Convention Center, connecting via an underground carpeted passageway. Upon check-in, we did not obtain the requested room type. However, the front desk clerk, Sinead, was extremely gracious. Therefore, we will continue to stay at this property during future visits. The hotel was clean and staff pleasant. Our only complaint was that the hotel room could not get cold enough and they have no portable fans to alleviate the situation. There should be a way to override the A/C unit and/or fans should be available.
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Stayed here for a conference and had an extraordinary experience. Staff and service are impeccable, with many charming amenities: cucumber water and a free phone charging station in the lobby; a delicious and varied room service menu, ample breakfast buffet (not included), dual level fitness center. The lobby is a marvel of design and architecture, a soaring atrium setting off Rodney Carroll's powerful "Threads That Bind" metal sculpture. (see photos). The multi level lobby has a variety of cozy, semi private nooks and sofas, including a corner fireplace, that are perfect for sharing a drink and a chat with co-workers. My 5th floor room was lovely and spacious, with plenty of lighting options (one of my peeves with many hotel rooms), comfy bedding, excellent shower. Location was perfect; near the conference center and a short walk from many classic DC attractions. Would definitely stay here again1
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We recently spent six nights at the Marriott Marquis in downtown Washington, D.C. so that I could attend a conference at the Walter E. Washington Convention Center. We chose the hotel specifically due to its proximity to the Convention Center. I was often scheduled from very early in the morning until late at night, and being close to the conference facility was a real time saver. If you have a lot of work ahead of you and need access, you can't beat the location. I was too busy to enjoy any of the hotel's amenities except for the artwork and decor in the lobby and atrium. The sculptures are monumental in size and are symbolic of the U.S.'s land, flag, and patriotic celebrations. Take a moment to read the informational plaques so that you can fully appreciate them. Fresh orchids are a lovely touch! The staff is professionally dressed and extremely courteous. Signage helps, but the facility is so big that it is still easy to feel lost. The hotel was quite full when we stayed, but housekeeping was on top of everything! Our room on the eighth floor was kept perfectly tidy despite a full house. There is a lot of staff and security in the lobby/atrium area, so there is always someone to help you find your way. This hotel does not have a pool, but they do have fitness facilities. I love to swim and missed having a pool as a way to relieve stress. Other than that, though, I can't think of anything the hotel is missing. Our room had a mini fridge, a coffee/tea machine with supplies, and bottled water. We also had an iron and ironing board which I both needed and used. We had a desk with desk chair, lounge chair and side table, and wonderfully soft bedding. Our view was to the street which, from the eighth floor, was quite lovely. The Marriott Marquis is elegant, upscale, and equipped to meet every traveler's need. I would definitely recommend it and would certainly stay there again.
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Booked this via our son in law, wedding on the agenda Very friendly staff at all levels, breakfast in the Anthem was superb, room was very spacious . Valet parking available .we booked this far in advance considering July 4, as expected the activity was humongous
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Stayed at the Marriott Marquis the day before July 4th. It's a good property, but I think there are better Marriotts in the area. LOCATION: about 3-4 blocks from the Mt. Vernon Square/Convention Center Metro stop. Situated in the heart of Mt. Vernon Triangle. ROOM: As a Titanium member, I received an upgrade from a base King room to an interior facing Club King room. The rooms have not been renovated but the hotel is new enough to not warrant a renovation. The TV was on the smaller side, around 40-42 inches. The bathrooms had a shower stall but water pressure was weak. M-CLUB LOUNGE: depending on where your room is located, the 12th floor lounge can be quite a hike away! It was an expansive lounge with an enormous balcony- perfect for fireworks watching. Evening hors d'oeuvres and appetizers in the lounge were lackluster unfortunately. Dessert service in the lounge was excellent, with a wide array of different selections. Snacks were also excellent, and better than most Marriotts, featuring peanuts, chocolate yogurt covered pretzels, white chocolate peanuts, pretzel bites, gummy bears, peanut butter M&Ms, dried banana chips. Breakfast was very average. No omelette chef or sausages. I did appreciate that they had Stonyfield yogurt (most hotels just have Chobani!) and plastic boxes of cut up fruits for takeaway. Furthermore, breakfast is only available in the lounge from 6-9am weekdays, even on weekday holidays, so you'll have to hurry to not miss breakfast in the morning. Staff worked tirelessly to clear dishes. Unfortunately the lounge had a cigarette smoke odor when I was there, most likely from an irresponsible guest.
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$134 - $548 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
United StatesDistrict of ColumbiaWashington DCMount Vernon Square
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