Location of this hotel is excellent for seeing the major sites of Washington DC and the building does have great character being built in 1923. The hotel was renovated in the last 5 years, and the suite was quite spacious, but the bed is horrible. About as comfortable as a bed from 1923. Quill, the hotel bar, was lively at night but might of had something to do with the time of year. It looked like a lot of late corporate Christmas parties. Also, the food at the hotel's multiple restaurants comes out of one kitchen, so it's pretty much the same across the board and really isn't anything special. The one thing to beware of is the terrible concierge. If you are looking to get a recommendation for a restaurant, trust me, use the reviews on Trip Advisor, it will do a much better job of making suggestions. We left every restaurant they booked for us completely disappointed and found their knowledge of local attractions was pitiful. Overall, comparing the price of a suite ($779 per night + 14% tax) with what you got, I would say it's acceptable, but not great.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Welcome to The Jefferson, Washington's second most prestigious address. Distinguished, sophisticated and discreet, this 99-room luxury boutique hotel exemplifies all that its namesake, Thomas Jefferson, held dear -intricately thought-out design, twenty elegantly appointed suites, the most modern amenities including a petite spa, culinary excellence and exceptional personalized service. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- The Jefferson, Washington Dc Hotel Washington Dc
- Jefferson Hotel Washington Dc