Park Hyatt Washington DC

Washington DC, United States

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    High-end luxury in Washington’s West End

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    High-end luxury in Washington’s West End

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    High-end luxury in Washington’s West End

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    High-end luxury in Washington’s West End

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    High-end luxury in Washington’s West End

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    High-end luxury in Washington’s West End

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    High-end luxury in Washington’s West End

Why we choose Park Hyatt Washington DC

Discreet and sophisticated, the Park Hyatt Washington’s attention to detail makes everyone feel like an insider

  • A complimentary sedan transports you to destinations within D.C.
  • Relax in the sky-lit, heated indoor swimming pool and Jacuzzi
  • At 618 square feet, they’re the largest deluxe rooms in the city

Face it: The rooms are the first thing you check out when searching for a hotel. If room quality is your barometer, rest assured that the Park Hyatt Washington has nailed it.

For starters, they know their clientele, which is why the property offers more Park Junior Suites than the standard Park Deluxe rooms—allowing more guests to enjoy a higher level of luxury. Then there are the spa-inspired limestone bathrooms whose showers alone prompt some guests to book return engagements. Kind of makes you curious, doesn’t it?

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Handmade Windsor-style timber rocking chairs, like those found throughout the hotel, are available for purchase and will remind you of your stay for years to come.

What you need to know about the hotel

The style: a blend of modern and classic American that perfectly reflects the unique culture of the nation’s capital

  • The hotel offers complimentary hybrid bicycle rentals (including helmet, lock, water and trail maps) to explore the bike-friendly city
  • Park Hyatt Washington’s Tea Cellar boasts 50+ rare and limited production, single-estate teas from remote regions of China, Japan, Sri Lanka and the Himalayas
  • The penthouse-level Presidential Suite’s indulgences include a baby grand piano, private butler’s pantry, Bang and Olufsen sound system and a French Oak dining table

This is Americana at its most opulent. The Park Hyatt Washington D.C. is modern without being stark and showcases admirable additions like local artwork and an impressive book collection. In the 216 rooms and suites are handmade, Windsor-style timber furniture—all crafted by a Vermont cabinetmaker—that adds a refined, historic touch. It’s no wonder the hotel is a favorite of international political stars and icons of the entertainment world.

One of the things we love about the hotel is its interesting culinary fare. The Lounge and Tea Cellar focus on light fare and—duh—tea throughout the day, a house-made pastry selection in the afternoon and wine and cheese tastings in the evening. And the Michelin-Starred Blue Duck Tavern has been named among the top ten hotel restaurants in the world. You can also take advantage of the full-service Spa Room and in-room treatments.

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We choose a corner room on one of the higher levels. Such great views.

Where is it and what's nearby

This luxurious oasis is situated in the fashionable West End Georgetown neighborhood

  • Georgetown, the city’s historic neighborhood on the banks of the Potomac River, consists of can’t-miss high-end shopping, dining and entertainment
  • Take a nighttime tour of the Memorials (Jefferson, Lincoln, Washington Monument) for an entirely different take on their beauty and history
  • There are plenty of ways to get out on the Potomac: sailing, canoeing, and scenic cruises—even a mule-drawn canal boat ride

The West End Georgetown neighborhood is just a few blocks from, well, most things that bring people to D.C. Want to hit Embassy Row, the Kennedy Center, Dupont Circle, national monuments, boutiques, art galleries and restaurants? Then a stay at the Park Hyatt Washington is your ticket to ride.

Also in the area is the Smithsonian, the best known of D.C.’s museums for a reason: It’s the biggest and one of the best in the world. But there are many other museums worthy of a visit, as well as famed sites like Arlington National Cemetery, the Library of Congress and much more.

How to enjoy Washington DC

You’ll have so much to pack into your visit DC itinerary, that there will always be a deliciously detailed answer to the question: What kind of day has it been?

  • Take lunch at any restaurant near Pennsylvania Avenue and feel the buzz of lobbyists wooing their high level contacts
  • West Wing aficionados may recognize the South Portico of the National Society of Daughters of the American Revolution as the location of the West Wing office’s exterior shots
  • Georgetown is a must for quaint boutiques, great bookstores and coffee shops. Don’t forget to have a beer in Martin’s Tavern and try the booth where JFK allegedly proposed to Jackie

History, the past as well as tomorrow’s antiquity forged today, oozes from every crack in the pavement of this powerhouse of American politics. It can be seen in the million artifacts of the vast Smithsonian. It can be felt in the whispers of Arlington Cemetery and the perfectly manicured lawns of the White House.

Which isn’t to say that DC is old, it just somehow feels incredibly important. From the echoing grandeur of Union Station to the Dome of the Capitol, iconic architecture is all around you. Take the Lincoln Memorial. Stand on the steps before the Reflecting Pool and say the words: “So even though we face the difficulties of today and tomorrow, I still have a dream.” The shiver you feel is exactly what we mean.

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    When to visit Washington DC

    Visit July 4th to celebrate America’s birthday. The Independence Day weekend in the capital is one big party from the Smithsonian Folklife Festival during the day to the spectacular night-time fireworks. For the best seat in the house, reserve a table at a rooftop restaurant.

  • You need to know

    Expect to pay for valet parking at the hotel; no self parking is allowed.


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When you book with us

Because of our special relationship with Park Hyatt Washington DC, we include these exclusive benefits when you book through Protravel:

  • Upgrade at time of booking, subject to availability
  • Full breakfast daily for up to two in-room guests, in restaurant
  • A USD $100 equivalent resort or hotel credit to be utilized during stay
  • Early check-in/late check-out subject to availability

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