The Four Seasons DC was a great place to stay for a combo work and fun trip. Service overall was excellent and unobtrusive. Amenities are well thought out, and I thoroughly enjoyed an evening in when the weather was nasty. The location is great for Georgetown but a bit far for the main tourist attractions or convention center; it's a quick taxi ride or a nice walk into town.
Room: I was upgraded from a deluxe to a grand premier room, although interestingly the check-in agent didn't point this out. The room was quite spacious with ample closet and dresser space for 1-2 people. The bed is set back from the foyer making for a quiet night's sleep. The bathroom was also very spacious, and twice-daily housekeeping kept the towels refreshed. Housekeeping was attentive, leaving shaving cream when they saw my razor and a wipe for my glasses, but an empty toothpaste tube was missed and replaced by me from CVS. I wouldn't have expected them to do this except for the other items they left. The main negative: no bedside electric outlets.
The gym is excellent, and the hotel really should have better photos online since they compete with the Ritz Carlton DC that has Sports Club LA access. Over 2 levels there is a full complement of aerobic and weight equipment. The facility is well maintained with nice amenities like fruit, infused water, and cold towels.
Bourbon Steak is the dinner restaurant and was hopping every night I was there. Service and food were great. Seasons is the breakfast restaurant, with a varied selection and attentive service. The fruit plate is beautifully presented and large, a good value. This is a power-breakfast place, and I was the only person dining on a Wednesday not in a suit.
I also really appreciated that basic wifi was free (a touch slow on my computer but perfect on an iPhone) and that coffee was free in the lobby every morning.
The hotel is expensive, but I would try to stay here again next time I'm in DC.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Located in the heart of the hip and historic Georgetown neighborhood, Four Seasons Hotel Washington offers unparalleled access to D.C.'S inspiring monuments and historic sites as well as the eclectic charm of upscale shops, restaurants, and galleries. Vibrant Georgetown is home to a rich variety of cultural attractions, stores and eateries. Listen to evocative jazz in Blues Alley, shop in the design district known as Cady's Alley and explore the C&O Canal, Georgetown Waterfront Park and Washington Harbour. Other popular attractions include the Old Stone House on M Street, Georgetown University, Georgetown Cupcakes (site of the hit show "DC Cupcakes") and of course, the famous stairs from "The Exorcist." It's an ideal base from which to explore the city. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- 4 Seasons Washington d.c.
- Four Seasons Washington d.c. Hotel Washington Dc
- Four Seasons Washington Dc
- Washington Dc Four Seasons