Learn all about The Four Seasons Hotel Washington, D.C. and all the amenities that comes with a stay!
If you are looking for the full Washington experience while you’re in town, then you should consider staying at the The Four Seasons Hotel. As the first U.S. property from the luxury hotel brand, The Four Seasons Hotel Washington, D.C. is the perfect representation of the lavish.
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Despite the look of the hotel’s classic brick exterior, guests are guaranteed to be wowed when they step inside the elegant hotel lobby. The hotel’s al fresco patio provides a European feel, while the subtle grey, cream and yellow tones alongside dark wood furniture give off a feeling of power and polish.
There is an impressive number of contemporary art and sculptures scattered throughout the hotel. Over 1,650 pieces to be exact, 400 of which were commissioned just for The Four Seasons. Art lovers visiting the hotel can ask the concierge staff to arrange a tour of the hotel’s art collection.
The Four Seasons Washington D.C. includes 222 rooms and suites. Each room was designed by Pierre Yves-Rochon with chic and polished interiors featuring an elegant, contemporary style and the hotel’s collection of fine art.
The 485-square-foot Premier Room, located in the East wing, offers views of the C&O Canal. Complimenting the room is a luxurious French limestone bath had an extra-deep soaking tub, thick terry bathrobes and Ferragamo bath amenities.
Easily deemed on the city’s best, The Four Seasons spa provides guests with access to a jetted tub, sauna and steam room. Beside the spa is a massive, three-story fitness center featuring a saltwater lap pool, hot tub, aerobics studio and Potomac River views.
The hotel offers an around the clock business center as well as free WiFi all throughout the hotel. Lastly, the hotel houses ample conference space.
Food & Drink
The Four Season’s dining is best known for the Bourbon Steak, by celebrity chef Michael Mina. The handsome restaurant is a city landmark, serving butter-basted, grilled steak among mirrored walls and plush brown leather booths. If you’re looking for something more casual, then check out the bar’s outdoor patio where you can order lobster corn dogs and one of the city’s best burgers.
The restaurant Seasons is locally-known as a VIP breakfast hotspot. Guests can try the infamous eggs benedict and lemon ricotta pancakes in a room filled with senators, congressmen and lobbyists.
Additionally, the hotel has the Eno Wine Bar. The bar serve up an extensive wine list, accompanied by cheese, charcuterie and local chocolate.
The Four Seasons brand is known for their impeccable service, and the Washington, D.C. property did not disappoint. All of the staff, from the doormen to the waiters, is attentive and friendly. The hotel’s concierge are members of Les Clefs d’Or, an exclusive concierge organization.
The Four Seasons is located on the edge of the historic Gerogetown. This property is tucked away in a charming area with rows of brightly-colored brick houses, along the tree-lined C&O Canal. Guests can enjoy the nearby Georgetown’s shopping and restaurants on foot or take a car to visit the Mall, the White House or the Capitol.
Address: 2800 Pennsylvania Avenue Northwest, Washington, D.C.
The Four Seasons Hotel Washington, D.C. offers top notch service and an elegant, contemporary atmosphere to guests. The hotel’s outdoor patio is a hidden gem and the Bourbon Steak is a must-try-spot to dine at. Book your stay to see why this is one of the best luxury hotels in Washington, D.C.
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