I can't imagine staying anywhere else in Washington. We lived in DC for many years, and staying at the Four Seasons truly feels like being back home. Actually even more comfortable than home, since I didn't get quite twice a day housekeeping in my own home...
We have always liked Four Seaons because of the fact that they make you feel very welcome and extremely comfortable. Some properties are better than others, but, are almost uniformly, exceptional hotels. Perhaps the renovation leaves something to be desired with what they have done to the Bar and Restaurant in the lobby, but that did not really interfere with our stay. We may have liked to enjoy a drink at the bar, but the scene was not to our liking so we skipped the drink. And, realistically speaking, with the rooms being as comfortable as they are, I see no need to spend much time in the lobby at night. During the day, it is a perfectly nice lobby. We found the front desk and bell staff very attentive.
The rooms were beautiful. We had connecting rooms with our children (premiere double and premiere king rooms) and they were wonderfully appointed. We did not miss anything. The only thing I found interesting was that my children's room had a sofa, two desk chairs and a much larger bathroom with double sink and larger tub. We only had one sitting chair and a single sink. Not a big deal for a quick visit where we did not spend much time in our rooms, but might mention next time. Bedding was extremely comfortable - made getting up in the morning very difficult! And the rooms were very quiet. They had very nice tvs and lighting in the rooms. Housekeeping did an excellent job both in the morning and at turndown.
The location of the Four Seasons is also great. We are not huge fans of the traffic and crowds in Georgetown, but it is nice to have the option to get there easily at the right times. Four Seasons is right at the edge of Georgetown and very convenient to Foggy Bottom and more towards "downtown," such as it is. You can get to much on foot, and most everything else within the more "touristy" parts of DC are very close and easy to get to, whether by taxi, bus, or metro if you don't want to use your car.
In checking hotel rates for this particular trip, I did find many decent hotels with lower rates, but felt that we got our money's worth at the Four Seasons, and do not mind paying more if they maintain the high quality that we experienced, which we found much better than other hotels we have stayed in in DC. We would definitely stay here again.
- 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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