The Fairfax is only 2.5 blocks from the Dupont Circle Metro station, making getting to and from the hotel very easy. Situated on the western side of Dupont Circle, it is in the middle of the embassies on Massachusetts Ave. The staff were invariably extremely friendly and helpful, and frequently went well beyond the necessities. Check-in was very efficient and would have been very fast had we not taken advantage of the friendliness of the staffer to learn more about the hotel and the neighborhood and upcoming events in the area. The hotel is a converted apartment house, reputedly where Al Gore grew up, but the conversion has transformed it to a beautiful hotel with beautiful wood and antiques furnishings in the common areas. The rooms are about standard size, but comfortable and well-lighted. Internet access is fast and reliable. The bar is well stocked, although one bartender was less friendly than we would have preferred. The others were wonderful. The breakfast buffet is about the same as in other hotels, and there are multiple local options very nearby. Prices are reasonably good for the always expensive Washington DC.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Our intimate, upscale Washington, D.C. hotel offers approachable sophistication in a classic setting. Nestled among leafy avenues, world-class boutiques and exceptional dining, The Fairfax at Embassy Row, Washington, D.C. is a haven of refinement. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- The Fairfax At Embassy Row Hotel Washington Dc
- Westin Washington Dc
- Washington Dc Westin
- Westin Embassy Row