Fantastic stay in every way from start to finish. Will always stay here when I visit DC!Comment of F. Suzanne , United States the 2014-10-29
This hotel is highly recommended. From the staff to the accommodations to the food, there is no place you will go unsatisfied! They do everything in their power to ensure a most exquisite stay. My wife and I stayed for our first anniversary and were pleasantly surprised at the service we were provided and how they go above and beyond on your every request.
"Park Hyatt Georgetown DC is the best!"
Love this property and will stay no where else in DC. Everything about it is fantastic - rooms, food, location, cleanliness, service. Makes me feel as comfortable as I am in my own home. Highly recommend!
"Two night stay for college visits"
My wife and I stayed here with my daughter for two nights when we were doing a college visit to American University. Very chic hotel located in Georgetown neighborhood. The rooms were very nicely decorated. Our room had two doubles which was a little tight for two adults in the same bed, but room was too narrow to accommodate two queens. Overall pleased with the room. AC control was good with a very nice storage closet that lit up when doors were opened. Room also had what I would call a modern fainting couch. Skinny couch where one person could lay down on. In a pinch, someone could sleep on it. Bathroom was roomy with a sizeable shower/tub combo. The shower featured a pivoting glass door that covered about 1/3 of the tub side. This was kind of weird and not really practicable. Water would splash out onto the floor when showering. There was a rain shower head with acceptable pressure. Only real downside to the hotel was that I could hear traffic on the street outside despite being on the eighth floor. Also one early morning, I could hear doors from other rooms closing outside in the hall. My daughter thought it was neat that there were couches in the elevators. The staff was excellent. They were very accommodating and helpful. They should be recognized for their focus on service. Top notch. There is a CVS within a block and a Starbucks right around the corner if you need anything or want an alternative to the outrageous prices of the honor bar. $7.00 for a can of beer'!'! The closest Metro stop is Foggy Bottom/GWU. It was a short, less than 10 min walk to the Metro through a very safe neighborhood. Very easy to get to the Mall and see the museums or monuments. Overall very pleased with our stay. It is one of the more pricier options for hotels in DC, but we used two free certificates from our Chase Hyatt credit card. Would consider staying here again if my daughter goes to American University (12 min drive). It's in a quieter, less crowded neighborhood which is a plus.
"Solid business hotel"
I found the Park Hyatt to be a decent base of operations for a long weekend in D.C. The room was spacious, tasteful and comfortable - although it did continue the trend hotels seem to following these days of having zillions of lights all over the place with no clear indication of where the switches were or what they controlled. I loved the spa bathroom. In fact, this was a major consideration in choosing the Park Hyatt. The deep soaking tub was the perfect spot for enjoying a book after a long day exploring the city. A couple things: I was unable to get a table at the Michelin-starred Blue Duck, but what are you going to do' At least there was 24-hour room service. Also, the location is practically Georgetown, so it's about a 30 minute walk to the major sites and attractions of the capital. I knew this going in, so no biggie. But it might be cause for consideration for others. Other than check-in/check-out I had absolutely 0 interaction with any member of the staff. I wasn't greeted at the door or engaged in anyway. Again, not a concern for me but worth mentioning to set expectations. Overall the place felt more like a business hotel than other luxury establishments I've stayed at, and I was very much aware that it was a "brand" hotel. This is not necessarily a bad thing, but I do think that when I return I'll try out the Willard or St. Regis for comparison.
For an aging property located among other high end hotels in Foggy Bottom, the Park Hyatt sets themselves apart with phenomenal customer service. Make sure to yake advantage of the complimentary house sedan for transport to nearby restaurants. Free coffee and tea in the morning provide a nice service.
Credit cards accepted by the hotel: Visa - MasterCard - American Express - Diners Club - Japan Credit Bureau (JCB) - Discover
Check-in: 3:00 PM , Check-out: 12:00 PM