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
"Not what I’ve come to expect from a Park Hyatt"
To be fair, I’ve stayed at some of the top rated Park Hyatt’s around the world. The Park Hyatt Maldives, Park Hyatt Sydney, Park Hyatt Paris Vendome, Park Hyatt Saigon and Park Hyatt Duhau Palacio, just to name a few. Most recently I spent time at the brands flagship location, Park Hyatt New York. I’ve also spent countless nights at dozens of other Hyatt properties around the world and while our stay at the Park Hyatt Washington, D.C. was acceptable, it wasn’t up to the high standards that one would typically find at a Park Hyatt property in terms of the accommodations, facility and the staff. I had reserved a three night stay over Memorial Day weekend in a high floor, Park Junior Suite. At check-in, the front desk associate offered an upgrade to a larger, Park Suite on a lower floor. While he did state that this suite wouldn’t have a view, he should have said the actual view from all of the windows would be of the enormous rooftop air conditioning and venting systems located just inches from the windows. We considered going back and having our room switched to our original booked suite but we were already running late and we were only staying three nights. The suite itself was sparsely furnished including an oddly configured, two chairs (no sofa) and table in the living room. The bathroom was relatively small (especially for a suite), with only a single sink. There was also a second, half bath to the right of the entry door of the suite. While there were electronic controls for the temperature and lights, window coverings, audio, etc., were not. The pool and the gym were accessed by going into a stairwell on one floor and entering the pool/gym area by stairwell entrance on another floor. It was hardly worth the effort to find it since I’ve seen nicer pool/gym facilities at Hyatt House locations. Again, nowhere near what I’ve experienced at other Park Hyatt properties. While every staff member we encountered was professional and assisted us with any questions or concerns we had, they all seemed to be aloof, not warm and friendly as with other Park Hyatt properties. I’m still not sure how they do it, but by the second day in the Maldives, Paris, Buenos Aires and New York, we would be greeted by name by staff members that we had previously only casually encountered. They would ask what our plans were for the day; ask how our day was later on as well as other personal interactions. It’s what I consider to be the difference between a four star and a five star property. Dinner at the hotels Blue Duck Tavern was outstanding and I only wish I remembered the name of our server. He, as well as the suggestions he made for us from the menu, was outstanding. This was truly the high point of our stay. Breakfast each morning was another story. As a Hyatt Gold Passport Diamond member, breakfast is included as part of your stay. By the third morning, we gave up and went elsewhere. The first morning we opted for the buffet. It was 9:45 AM on a Sunday morning and the buffet was depleted or picked over of just about everything and nothing was being replenished. We asked where we could place an order for eggs and we were told that cook to order eggs were not normally included as part of the buffet but that they would ask the kitchen to make us some. The restaurant itself had numerous empty, dirty tables. Really' The next morning we ordered off the ala carte menu and asked for a side of toast and we were each presented with a single slice. Since our breakfast each day was complimentary, it wasn’t worth complaining but I can only image what people think when they’re paying $20-$30+ each for this kind of breakfast. The overall experience at the Park Hyatt Washington, D.C. is more comparable to a Grand Hyatt or even a Hyatt Regency than a Park Hyatt.
"A lovely visit"
We totally enjoyed our stay at this stylish and friendly spot- the staff was first- rate, going out of their way to be helpful. I recommend a meal or even a snack at the tony restaurant- the food is well prepared and tasty. The attractive room was comfortable and spacious. A truly lovely visit.
"Beautiful hotel. Staff was great in room issue."
The hotel was beautiful! The rooms were spacious and trendy. Unfortunately the first might I was placed in a lower floor room where all I could hear was traffic and noise outside. The staff accommodated me quickly and generously allowed me to switch rooms (during a conference week!) The rest of my stay was serene and wonderful!
"A Good Hotel that could be GREAT!!!"
I was forced to stay at this hotel when I was moved from the Four Seasons due to a head of state needing the whole floor. I expected the hotel to be ready to poach a potential client. Boy was I wrong. If things could go wrong they sure did. Pros: Nice Location Nice Rooms Cons: (my Stay) No doorman to collect my bags on arrival Grumpy check in person No newspaper delivery and then when I asked for it they sent up wrong ones all three days No turn down service one of the nights even though I called up to make sure it happened. Asked concierge to change a res I had for 2 ppl to 7ppl at Blue Duck. Got a confirmation that it was all set. Arrived at Blue Duck and they said they had no idea what I was talking about. Table for 2. They made it happen but it was embarrassing because it was a biz dinner. The only high point was Tony Chavarria (Housekeeping Team Leader) sent an apology for the room turn down mistake. He seemed like the only one who took pride in the hotel. Even though these mistakes happened I'd still say it's a nice place to stay. They just need to dot their I's and cross their T's and give a damn about their guests!
"Once again Park Hyatt deliver"
Stayed in several Park's (Milan, Hamburg, Paris, Dubai) and Park Hyatt Washington D.C did not dissapoint, actually Park Hyatt is my favorit Hotel, modern design outstanding service and very serviceminded staff. D.C was just as fantastic. Thanks for a lovley upgrade and a fabulous stay.
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