Park Hyatt Washington
Park Hyatt Washington
24th & M Street NW / 1201 24th Street
Experience unrivaled luxury and service complemented by the warmth of American heritage at the exclusive Park Hyatt Washington. A few blocks from Georgetown and minutes from shopping, Embassy Row, National Monuments, the Smithsonian and Kennedy Center, the Tony Chi-designed Washington, D.C. hotel offers guests uncompromising comfort with modern amenities. Relax in the largest deluxe rooms in downtown Washington, D.C. Awaken your senses at the Blue Duck Tavern, the new restaurant featuring modern design, an elegant wine cellar and fresh regional cuisine.
Amenities· AM/FM Alarm Clock
· Babysitting/Child Services
· Business Center
· 24 Hour Front Desk
· Handicapped Rooms/Facilities
· Express Checkout
· Hairdryers Available
· Mini Bar
· Modem Lines in Room
· Meeting/Banquet Facilities
· No Smoking Rooms/Facilities
· No Smoking Rooms/Facilities
· Free Newspaper
· Pets Allowed
· Room Service
· Safe Deposit Box
· Shops/Commercial Services
· Fitness Center or Spa
· Television with Cable
· Laundry/Valet Services
· VIP Rooms/Services
Room InformationPark Room
Newly redesigned Park rooms, furnished with King or Twin bedding, comfortable swivel chairs and work desk with complimentary wired and wireless Internet. Flat screen satellite TV, and personal safe suitable for laptops. The marble bathroom features a single vanity, and tub/shower combination.
Park Deluxe Room
Park Deluxe rooms are the largest in the city measuring 618 sq ft (57m2). Spacious sitting area accented by dark walnut wall and comfortable swivel chairs with studio style writing desk. Bedroom and living room separated by white oak millwork displayingstate-of-the-art flat screen television. Spa-inspired limestone bathroom features separate deep soaking tub and soothing rain shower.
Newly redesigned spacious studio style living area is furnished with sofa and swivel chairs with a dining table for 4 people. Bedroom features state-of-the-art flat screen TV displayed in a limed white oak millwork. Spa-inspired limestone bathroom feature separate deep soaking tub and soothing rain shower.
These suites are top of the line. The VIP Suites have a parlor and butler area. The Ambassador Suite has a bedroom with a king bed, parlor and work area. The Congressional Suite offers two-bedrooms, a parlor and work area. The Presidential Suite features a fireplace, kitchen area, den and glass table with seating for up to eight people.
For reservations, room rates and availability, click the Reservations icon above. To speak with a Hyatt representative personally, call (800) 633-7313. If calling from outside the US, obtain international reservation numbers at www.hyatt.com/hotel_reservations/reservations_numbers.html.
· American Dollars is the native currency.
Follow signs for Washington, D.C. Take the Dulles Access Road to Route 66 into Washington, D.C across the Theodore Roosevelt Bridge. Stay to the left and follow signs for Whitehurst Freeway. Take Pennsylvania Avenue exit and bear right onto Pennsylvania Avenue. Turn left at 24th Street, NW. Hotel is located at the corner of 24 & M Streets, NW.
Take George Washington Memorial Parkway to Memorial Bridge into Washington, D.C. Get into the left lane on the bridge, go ╝ circle around the Lincoln Memorial to 23rd Street. Take 23rd Street north and turn left on H Street. Turn right on 24th Street, NW. Hotel is located at the corner of 24 & M Streets, NW.
Take Baltimore-Washington Parkway towards Washington, D.C. Take exit for 495 West toward Rockville and Virginia. Take the exit marked Connecticut Avenue South toward DC. At Dupont Circle, move into the middle lane and exit right onto New Hampshire Avenue. Turn right at M Street. Turn right at 24th Street, NW. Hotel is located at the corner of 24 & M Streets, NW.
Take Interstate 95 South until you reach Interstate 495, the Capital Beltway. Follow signs for 495 West toward Rockville and Virginia. Take the exit marked Connecticut Avenue South toward DC. At Dupont Circle, move into the middle lane and exit right onto New Hampshire Avenue. Turn right at M Street. Turn right at 24th Street, NW. Hotel is located at the corner of 24 & M Streets, NW.
Follow signs for 395 North to Washington, D.C. Take Exit 8B to Memorial Bridge, pass Pentagon, and take bridge into Washington, D.C. Stay in the left lane over the bridge, go ╝ mile around the Lincoln Memorial to exit on 23rd Street. Take 23rd Street to H Street. Turn left on H Street. Turn right after 1 block onto 24th Street, NW. Hotel is located at the corner of 24 & M Streets, NW.
Take Interstate 270 South and follow the signs to Washington, D.C. Stay in the left lane and exit at Route 355/Wisconsin Avenue toward Washington, D.C. Travel through Chevy Chase, Tenleytown, and Georgetown. Turn left at M Street and bear to the right onto Pennsylvania Avenue. Turn left at 24th Street, NW. Hotel is located at the corner of 24 & M Streets, NW.
* Near Arlington, Alexandria, Virginia; and Maryland * Near Pentagon City and Rosslyn * 3 blocks to Georgetown * 4 blocks to Metro Station * 15 minutes to Washington National Airport * 45 minutes to Dulles International Airport
Dulles International, Washington National, Baltimore Washington International
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Restaurant InformationThe Blue Duck Tavern
Authentically distinctive atmosphere designed by Tony Chi. Contemporary neighbourhood tavern features an open kitchen highlighted by a wood-burning oven. The Blue Duck Tavern features the region's freshest produce. Seasonal dining on the terrace.Lobby Lounge and Bar
Park Hyatt Washington's new lobby lounge & bar features comfortable seating and ┐Capitol Hill┐ glass-enclosed booths flanking a distinctive marble and glass bar. A unique, lounge-style power breakfast will be served in this area. Lounge Breakfast Hours: Monday - Friday: 6:30 am - 10:30 am Saturday & Sunday: 7:00 am - 10:30 am Lounge Bar Hours - 11:00 am - 12:30 am DailyTea Cellar
Tea Cellar features rare and limited production, single-estate teas from remote regions of China, Japan, Sri Lanka and the Himalayas. The Tea Cellar's sophisticated tea offerings, some of which are at the level of flavor and complexity of fine wines, not only introduce guests to the highest quality of tea, but also to the significance of water temperature and steeping time each tea requires. Unique in the United States both for its menu and offerings, the Tea Cellar features a glass tea humidifier and a lit display of tea blossoms that flower when steeped in water. Tea Table: 2:30 pm - 4:30 pm; Tea available all day
Meeting FacilityMeeting Rooms
Park Hyatt Washington offers flexible meeting and event space as well as five private boardrooms ideal for smaller functions. The cuisine for meetings and events held at Park Hyatt Washington will be catered with recipes and dishes from Chef Brian McBride. Meeting Amenities: -12,000 square feet (1,115 square meters) of flexible event and meeting space -Five private boardrooms on mezzanine level ideal for smaller functions or executive board meetings -Executive boardroom with circular marble table seating up to fifteen -On-site audiovisual specialist -Wireless technology available in function rooms
Sky-lit indoor swimming pool. 32ft long / 5ft deep.Fitness Center
Featuring an indoor sky-lit heated pool, heated whirlpool, paramount weight equipment, stairmaster, treadmill, airdyne bikes, rowing machines and locker facilities. No charge for hotel guests.
The Park Hyatt Washington is located in the fashionable West End, only three blocks from Georgetown and premier shopping and entertainment.Air & Space Museum
The Smithsonian's largest and most popular museum houses the nation's aerodynamic treasures, from the Wright Brothers' 1903 Flyer and Charles Lindbergh's Spirit of St. Louis to the Apollo II command modules and rockets. Visitors can touch a moon rock and enter a Skylab workshop. Independence Avenue between 4th and 7th Streets, Washington, DC.FBI Headquarters
Visit the FBI Headquarters for a free, one-hour tour of laboratories and the vast computer room that provides an inside look at crime-fighting techniques used by the FBI. A firearms demonstration ends the tour. J. Edgar Hoover Building, Pennsylvania Avenue, NW, between 9th and 10th Streets, Washington, DC; (202) 324-3447.Georgetown Area
Visit the Georgetown area for over 300 shops and restaurants. Wisconsin and M Street area, Washington, DC.Mormon Temple
A massive, white marble fortress constructed in 1974. The world's third largest temple of the Church of Latter-Day Saints is closed to non-Mormons. A visitor center features exhibits on the church's history and photographs of the temple interior. 9900 Stoneybrook Drive, Kensington, Maryland; (301) 587-0144.National Cathedral
This Gothic-style cathedral was built as a house of worship for all Americans. Constructed entirely during this century, it is the world's sixth largest cathedral. Details include a Rose Window and bays honoring George Washington and Woodrow Wilson. Wisconsin and Massachusetts Avenues, NW, Washington, DC; (202) 371-5340.The Pentagon
A guided tour of the Defense Department headquarters includes a short historical film and a one-hour walk through the halls, showing Armed Forces exhibits, World War II art and portraits of the presidents and state flags. Arlington, Virginia; (703) 694-1776.Supreme Court
The nation's highest court with self-guided tours when courts are in session. Limited public seating for hearings. Open to the public Monday through Friday, 9AM - 4:30PM. First Street and MD Avenue, NE, Washington, DC; (202) 479-3030.US Holocaust Memorial Museum
Established by a unanimous act of Congress, this is America's only national memorial to the Holocaust. Experience this permanent exhibit of artifacts, films, photographs and oral histories that document Nazi genocide. 1000 Raoul Wallengerg Place, SW / 15th Street, Washington, DC; (202) 488-0400.Vietnam Veterans Memorial
The V-shaped memorial of black granite, designed by Maya Ying Lin, is inscribed with the names of 58,191 soldiers who died or remain missing in the Vietnam War. Directories help locate inscriptions. Constitution Avenue, NW / Henry Bacon Drive, Washington, DC; (202) 634-1568.The White House
The home of every United States President since 1800, five of the mansion's 132 rooms are open to the public. Visitors may glimpse the manicured grounds, except when they are closed for official state functions. 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue, NW, Washington, DC; (202) 456-7041.