St. Regis Washington

Washington DC, United States

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    A hotel as regal and grand as its guests

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    A hotel as regal and grand as its guests

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    A hotel as regal and grand as its guests

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    A hotel as regal and grand as its guests

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    A hotel as regal and grand as its guests

Why we choose St. Regis Washington

The St. Regis is an icon of restored elegance, where glamour meets tradition

  • In the suites, butlers unpack and wait on you hand and foot
  • The Private Dining team can create custom tailored meals
  • A 24-hour Fitness Suite helps you work off the yummy food

Most hotels don’t want “traditional” anywhere near their name, but at the St. Regis Washington, they’re proud of the fact that everything from the atmosphere to the service is not new-fangled. They specialize in elegance on a grand scale and deliver it in a manner that’s nothing less than poised.

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A gracious, opulent hotel popular with dignitaries from around the world.

What you need to know about the hotel

The St. Regis blends past and present with its classic approach to luxury and modern city center location

  • Masterfully utilizing the freshest seasonal ingredients from the best local suppliers, Executive Chef Sébastien Rondier has created an elegant yet playful menu of flavors from southern France, Spain, Turkey, and Italy, complemented by a diverse wine collection
  • The 2,510-square-foot Presidential Suite is unparalleled luxury, with a butler pantry, two dressing rooms and a library
  • Since President Coolidge cut the ceremonial grand opening ribbon, every American president has visited the St. Regis

The St. Regis opened in 1926 as the Carlton and was immediately a go-to destination for high-level diplomatic meetings and glamorous social galas. It was also the hotel of choice for Hollywood starlets like Joan Crawford, Audrey Hepburn and Elizabeth Taylor. Today, it’s often filled not only with celebrities, but top political attaches from countries both friend and foe.

The 157 guestrooms and 25 suites are spacious and sophisticated, but the highlights of the hotel may be celebrity chef-owned Adour and the St. Regis Bar, one of the city’s premier cocktail lounges.

Where is it and what's nearby

Within two blocks of the White House, the hotel is central to everything inside and outside Washington

  • Check out Lincoln’s Cottage, where the president rode his horse from the White House for a little summer R&R
  • Just a short car trip away in neighboring Virginia you’ll find over 200 vineyards for your tasting pleasure
  • The 19th century Eastern Market is a great local spot for boutique shopping, or explore the specialty shops in Union Station

In Washington, location is everything. And the St. Regis has a highly desirable location for sightseeing and exploring the many ways to amuse yourself in D.C. Situated in downtown D.C. on K Street, it’s a short walk to the Washington Monument, National Geographic Society, the Lincoln Memorial and loads of interesting government buildings. It’s easy to see why the St. Regis is a top pick for both business and leisure travelers.

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.

  • Well I never

    Every U.S. President since Calvin Coolidge has visited the hotel—Ronald Reagan preferred to have his hair cut here.


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When you book with us

Because of our special relationship with St. Regis Washington, we include these exclusive benefits when you book through Protravel:

  • Upgrade on arrival, subject to availability
  • Continental breakfast daily, for up to two in room guests
  • USD $100 equivalent food & beverage credit to be utilized during stay (excludes alcohol)

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