Learn all about Park Hyatt 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 Park Hyatt Washington D.C. in West End. Here you’ll find a combination classic American style and sophisticated modernism as well as the hotel’s coveted Blue Duck Tavern offers excellent cuisine.
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The Park Hyatt was designed by Tony Chi and showcases minimalist, East-meets-West modernism. There is a strong residential vibe that mixes part of Pacific Northwest and a bit of Scandinavia which can be seen in the use natural woods, somber hues and contemporary lines.
Guests are greeted with a sleek and sparse lobby, that features etched glass panels depicting the city’s signature cherry blossoms. Behind the wood and marble reception area hangs red burlap straps, an abstract take on the American flag. The sitting areas on either side fused modern and Americana, incorporating wood, glass, metal and brick. Overall, the hotel feels polished, functional and relaxing.
The Park Hyatt Washington D.C. consists of 220 rooms and suites. Each room and suite features American folk art, relaxing hues, hardcover American heritage books and quality wooden blinds.
The 336-square-foot Deluxe Room had a subtle neutral palette, accented with pops of blue and yellow. A small wooden apple and duck decoy added a homey touch to the minimalist space. And the basalt bathroom housed a rainfall shower, as well as custom Le Labo bath amenities.
The Park Hyatt offers a 24-hour fitness center with state-of-the-art equipment, headphones, bottled water and cold towels. A skylight covers the heated, indoor saline pool, which is surrounded by a deck with lounge chairs and a jacuzzi tub.
This property has over 12,000 square feet of meeting space, and a 24-hour business center with computers, printers and a fax machine. Additionally, Park Hyatt houses a one-room spa area, and in-room treatments are available.
WiFi is available for free to guests, as well as digital copies of The New York Times, shoeshine services, car services (upon availability) and bicycle rentals.
Food & Drink
One of the biggest attraction points of the Park Hyatt is its Michelin-starred Blue Duck Tavern, where President Obama and the First Lady once dined for their anniversary. Blue Duck serves up fresh, seasonal American cuisine with a strong focus on local ingredients. The restaurant’s star dishes include stuffed bone marrow, 45-day dry-aged rib-eye, oven-roasted pork chop and hot apple pie. Since the eatery is so popular with locals, a small number of seats are held each night for hotel guests, on a first-come, first-served basis.
Blue Duck Lounge is a separate lounge area of Blue Duck Tavern. Guests can enjoy artisanal cheese, light fare, fine wine and handcrafted cocktails from scratch. Additionally, there is the Tea Cellar, with an impressive selection of 30 rare, single-estate teas from remote regions around the world.
Service at Park Hyatt is often referred to as spotty. Upon arrival, guests are greeted with attentive and accommodating staff. However, throughout the stay the service is not as attentive. Housekeeping has been noted to be neglectful of small detail such as refilling Nespresso capsules. Additionally, reception is not always available (especially if you come at later hours).
Despite there small faults in service, the experience was not ruined. Overall, service is decent but nothing special and not what one would typically expect of the Park Hyatt brand.
Ideally situated in the trendy West End neighborhood, this property is a few blocks from the city’s top dining and drinking options and a short walk to Georgetown, Embassy Row, Dupont Circle and K Street‘s business district. Take the Metrorail to reach further destination such as the National Mall.
Address: 1201 24th Street Northwest, Washington, D.C.
The Park Hyatt Washington D.C. property beautifully represents the brand’s aesthetic of subdued chic, yet contemporary. This property creates a delicate balance of minimalism and natural materials. Alongside the hotel’s beautiful design is the award-winning Blue Duck Tavern, excellent amenities and a coveted location in the West End.
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