Park Hyatt Washington is a business-friendly hotel located in central Washington, close to George Washington University, White House, and United States Capitol. Additional points of interest include Supreme Court and Lincoln Memorial.
Dining options at Park Hyatt Washington include a restaurant and a bar/lounge. Room service is available 24 hours a day. Recreational amenities include an indoor pool and a fitness facility. This 5-star property has a business center and offers small meeting rooms. This Washington property has event space consisting of banquet facilities, conference/meeting rooms, and a ballroom. ;Wedding services and tour assistance are available. Additional property amenities include valet parking, a concierge desk, and multilingual staff.
Beds come with premium bedding. Bathrooms feature phones, makeup/shaving mirrors, designer toiletries, and bathrobes. In addition to complimentary newspapers, guestrooms offer multi-line phones with voice mail. Televisions are available in guestrooms. Air-conditioned rooms also include desks, electronic check-out, and electronic/magnetic keys. Guests may request irons/ironing boards, hypo-allergenic bedding, and wake-up calls. A nightly turndown service and housekeeping are available. Cribs (infant beds) are available on request.
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
"Fine hotel, well situated"
The Park Hyatt in DC is a very fine hotel that offers a great deal during the holiday season when Washington is closed. Stayed there over two holiday seasons - Christmas to the New Year. Well located, comfortable rooms, has a fine restaurant.
I stayed here on a short trip for 2 nights. I was sharing with a friend/work colleague and we had a Park Deluxe Double. The room was spacious enough for the two of us and our belongings. The only issue we had in the room was with the toilet blocking. The bed was very comfortable, the shower very good etc. We had breakfast in the Blue Duck Tavern. The menu is not your traditional breakfast menu so might not suit everyone but I found the food really good. The staff were also very happy to go off menu slightly. The hotel is in a nice quiet area but within walking distance to the extensive shops of Georgetown. We didn't walk to any of the sights and instead took the trolley tour, we took a cab to the Lincoln Memorial and then hopped on the trolley. There is a Walgreens just around the corner from the hotel if you need anything essential. The comp wifi is easy to use.
"Overall great, just one hiccup"
I booked this hotel through the Hyatt website and we got a suite for my husband, 14 year old and myself. Originally, we were going to stay at the Marriott Marquis, which was a block away from our daughter, but this hotel was "nicer" and actually much less expensive, so we decided to go a bit further afield (about 1.5 miles.) The hotel is elegant and understated and we were very happy checking in, until the desk clerk informed us that there was an additional $50 per night charge for a rollaway for our son. It did not state this anywhere on my reservation and I assumed that since we were getting a suite, there would be some sort of sleeping accommodation in the living room for him. This ended up not being the case, as the largish living room actually had a big work desk and two swivel chairs, no sofa(bed.) After expressing my discontent, the clerk offered to waive the fee for one night and we did appreciate that gesture. Otherwise, it was very comfortable and felt like a nice getaway. Lovely spa-like bathroom and unique (although expensive) tea selections from the restaurant, which we had sent up. It definitely didn't feel like a run of the mill business hotel and I would recommend it, but be sure to clarify the bedding in your room if you are bringing kids.
"Good hotel, but Park Rooms are a disservice to a 5 star"
I was here on business for 8 nights. Normally stay at the Fairmont across the Hyatt but they were undergoing renovations so full. I had stayed at the Park Hyatt once before so decided to try it again and was generally positive about Hyatt as a brand given past experience and stays internationally. Well it started out badly and I guess my title says most of it but not all. Check in was smooth, and the concierge had thoughtfully handled my online purchases and placed the orders in my room ahead of my arrival (checked in at around 9-10 pm'). They asked about my preferred newspaper which I provided. What surprised my was the size, design and state of the Park Room I was given. The size of the room was small and the cupboard space/design was very unfriendly and I couldn't even find space to place all my clothes. To top it all the carpet had a sticky feel to it when you walked barefoot - which was a yucky feeling. My first impression was - why stay for 8 days in a room of this size/quality if I have alternate options' Am not sure if I stayed in that room one or two nights but on the weekend on the way back from the gym in the morning I stopped by the concierge to grab a paper (as this was not delivered as promised). Shane the concierge was very helpful and also provided some advice on some golf shopping that I needed to get done. I mentioned my surprise about the room and after some checking he said they would upgrade me to a junior suite. I was impressed. So I packed most of my clothes, left the hotel at around 11 am, returned the card keys and told the reception that I would be back after a couple of hours so they could move my luggage in my absence. Bad decision - came back and the staff at the reception looked at me strangely (the shift had changed) and didnt understand a word I was saying when I asked for my new room card. No action had been taken, my luggage was as is in the room so I had to explain the background all over again to the reception. The good thing was that the staff in charge understood the background did some damage control and found me a room - upgraded to a Junior suite. All in all this was a bad start but to be fair my overall assessment is as follows: The good: - The Junior suite is very nice, Japanese look and feel, lots of space, and amazing bathroom with a walk in closet. Separate TV/Study room which I used extensively as I was busy with calls from very early on. But check which room you are getting as the Park Rooms are not even listed on their website (strange'). - the Blue Duck is great for breakfast - The gym is small but nice and has lots of sunlight. Frankly a bit small for a 5 star but it was never busy so didnt bother me. - location is good, near Georgetown - they have an unexpected surprise when their hotel car offers to drop you on a complimentary basis. I used this for dinner twice during the stay and it was great. - The Concierge is very good, Shane in particular. What could improve: - The Park rooms are really a disappointment and damage the brand. Period. As a comparison the Fairmont min size s 400 sq feet which is comfortable. - Pls be a bit more attentive at the Front desk in terms of needs e.g. newspaper (not delivered 2 days in a row), or the episode I faced. Though the Junior Suite was wonderful and my stay was uneventful after the initial glitch it left an unfortunate impression. Management never got in touch over this glitch so I assume they have a blase attitude. I know that I wont risk this happening again and have my alternate options.
"Home Away from Home"
The staff at this hotel always remembers you! This is because the turn over is really low so it is always nice to see a familiar face when you walk in the door. Just Love it. Not only do they remember your name, they remember all the necessities that you enjoy while you are staying there.
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