Nestled along Southwest D.C.'s waterfront with views of The Jefferson Memorial, Tidal Basin, Washington Channel, District Wharf and Washington Monument, the hotel provides guests access to D.C.'s most sought-after attractions. Explore eleven of the Smithsonian museums, all within walking distance, along with numerous monuments and memorials. Visit the Tidal Basin for cherry blossom viewing and sightseeing and District Wharf for dining, concerts, shopping and water sports, accessible from the hotel's footbridge.
Arrive at Mandarin Oriental, Washington D.C., and you know you have arrived somewhere special. The grand facade and unique porte cochere beckon. Walk through its doors and take in a sea of marble, limestone and glass. The lobby is inspired by the work of John Russell Pope, designer of the Jefferson Memorial, and boasts the familiar domed ceiling and column placement of the neighboring memorial. This urban oasis offers expansive Jefferson Memorial and Washington Monument views that are unmatched by any other luxury hotel in the Nation's Capital. Breathtaking views of the water and city monuments serve as an enticing backdrop to the hotel. The private 4,000 sq. ft. garden makes it the hotel of choice for the discerning traveler. Our 373 rooms, including 51 suites offer several layouts made possible by the unique shape of the hotel, with deluxe guestrooms measuring between 400 to 700 square feet, and the three-bedroom Presidential Suite measuring 4,150 square feet.
The Club is a refined, private space for guests to work, relax and socialize. The Club's Living Room offers a casual setting in which to enjoy the exclusive Bowers & Wilkins Sound Bar. Plus, our Balcony is the perfect place to take in the view of the nation's capital. As a Club guest, you will enjoy special amenities such as a nightly selection of dim sum paired with our specially-curated sake program, craft beers and wines. For added convenience, Club guests have access to a private meeting room for impromptu get-togethers, late check out and chauffeured car service. In addition to exceptional accommodations and gracious service, at Mandarin Oriental, Washington DC, our restaurants are as impressive as their surroundings. An inviting escape from the rigors of the city, the Empress Lounge is a relaxing venue for drinks, cocktails and light fare. Offering a range of beverages including signature cocktails, wines, and spirits, we also serve tea and coffee as well as a selection of delicious savory and sweet treats.
Blending contemporary design with space, light and scenic waterfront views of the Washington Channel, Muze offers an alluring ambiance in which to indulge in modern American cuisine with an Asian twist.
The Spa by Mandarin Oriental, the city's only Forbes 4-star spa, enjoys a zen-like ambience and is an oasis of holistic therapy for the body, mind and spirit. Our 1,400 square foot state-of-the-art fitness center is equipped with a full range of TechnoGym training equipment, including both cardiovascular and resistance machines. As well as stationary bicycles, cross trainers and treadmills, we also offer guests the use of ab stations and free weights up to 50 lbs. Our 50-foot indoor lap pool is heated to an inviting temperature and surrounded by relaxing chairs and loungers.
- American Breakfast for two daily in Muze or Continental Breakfast via room Service
- $100 Food and Beverage credit, once during stay (Excluding taxes and gratuities)
- Round-trip Airport Transfer, for Jefferson and Presidential Suite Bookings. Three (3) nights Minimum stay Required
- Complimentary High Speed Internet Access
- Early Check-In
- Late Check-Out
2019 SUITE PRIVILEGES
Combinable with Exclusive Amenities listed above. A two-night minimum stay applies for Suite Privileges.
- US$100 Spa credit, once per stay
Check In: 3:00 PM
Check Out: 12:00 PM