I have stayed at the Hyatt Regency many times on business. The location can't be beat; it is in the heart of Capital Hill and is within walking distance of the Capital and the House and Senate offices. I was in town for a Conference, held at the Hyatt, and meetings with our Members of Congress.
Every time I have stayed here it has been a pleasant experience. Check-in is quick and courteous. All the staff are friendly and efficient. I was pleasantly surprised that we had free internet on this visit! Also, they have upgraded their room keys. No longer do you insert the key card into the door. Now you just swipe the card across a reader on the door; neat!
The rooms are nice with good bedding. We didn't have a good view this time but we have in the past; no big deal. One small problem in our room was that the shower head was leaking and I used all the tea bags and I had to leave a note to get more.
We had a meeting in the Thorton Room on the top floor. It is very nice with a good view. It used to be a better view before they built the building next door.
There is an indoor pool and work out room located on the 2nd floor. There is a nice restaurant called Article One located in the lobby along with a comfortable seating area with long tall tables and cozy stuffed chairs. My husband and I sat down for a drink and a server was there immediately, took our order and brought us some nice chips and dip. The only problem was that our server disappeared and I had to ask for her. However, she promptly appeared with our tab. There is a very nice breakfast buffet located here as well.
One odd thing about this hotel is that the stairs are not accessible from the ground floor. We stayed on the 2nd floor and I often like to use the stairs for exercise and it saves time on waiting for an elevator when a conference session lets out and everyone makes a bad dash for the elevators. On this visit, a couple of the escalators to the bottom floor were out, one of them was open and at least one could walk down the steps. The other one was blocked. This caused a bottleneck when our general sessions ended and everyone tried to get to the upper level. I observed people working on them but they were not completely repaired by the time we left (5 days later).
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Discover our historic city from Hyatt Regency Washington on Capitol Hill. Enjoy easy access to all attractions of our nation's capital from our ideal location steps to The U.S. Capitol, and just three blocks to Union Station. Walk to famous Smithsonian Museums and The National Mall, tour government centers and The White House, visit monuments and museums, cheer on the Nationals or the Capitals - all just minutes from our Capitol Hill hotel. And don't forget newly opened National Museum of African American History and Culture and soon to be open Museum of the Bible - both minutes from Hyatt Regency Washington on Capitol Hill. Relax and indulge in seasonal flavors & signature cocktails at Article One - American Grill. Named for the corresponding article of the U.S. Constitution, Article One is conveniently situated in our atrium lobby. Open daily for power breakfast, energizing lunch and relaxing dinner. Dine in the privacy of your room with our room service. It's good not to be home. ... more less
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