The St. Regis Washington, D.C.
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Address: 923 16th St Nw, , Washington, US
No of Rooms: 175
Location. Located two blocks from The White House, the St. Regis Hotel Washington, D.C., has been home to royalty, Presidents and prime ministers since 1926. This historic hotel is north of Lafayette Square, within one mile of the galleries, museums and monuments of the National Mall. Hotel Features. Built to resemble an Italian Renaissance palace, the St. Regis is richly appointed with European antiques, Louis XVI chandeliers, Palladian windows and damask draperies. The St. Regis Washington, D.C. has been named one of the "Top 200 Hotels in the World" by Cond Nast Traveler, "Top 700 Greatest Hotels" by Travel & Leisure and "Top 50 North American Hotels" by Cond Nast Traveler. Internationally acclaimed chef Alain Ducasse introduces Adour, the St. Regis' new signature restaurant, which features contemporary French American cuisine for breakfast, lunch and dinner. A full dining menu is also available for service in guestrooms. The Library Lounge, with cherry wood paneling and bookcases of leather bound volumes, offers more than 20 daily selections of fine global wines served by the glass. In addition to wireless Internet access in all public areas, the hotel offers translation services and a 24 hour business center. Facilities include eight meeting rooms and the Astor Ballroom, with 18 foot ceilings, sparkling chandeliers and landscaped terrace views. The hotel offers a fitness room on the second floor offering cardiovascular equipment, free weights and weight machines. Guestrooms. The St. Regis Washington, D.C. features 175 guestrooms, pairing original Palladian windows with city views and architecture with custom furnishings. Rooms feature marble bathrooms. Egyptian cotton bedding is provided. Guestrooms are set back from the corridors by small foyers lit with miniature chandeliers. Accommodations are equipped with high speed Internet access. Expert Tip. Children receive milk and cookies at turndown, and guests receive complimentary copies of Newsweek and Smithsonian magazines.