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Enjoy our spacious 2 room suites and our premier location near Georgetown, Dupont Circle, and the metro.
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Be close to historic attractions, Georgetown and the downtown business district when you stay at this Embassy Suites Washington, DC hotel. Ride the Metro commuter train from the stop four blocks away from our hotel to the National Mall, White House and national monuments. Stroll to Georgetown or Dupont Circle to find entertainment, shopping and dining options in the District of Columbia.
Enjoy a free cooked-to-order breakfast amid the relaxing sounds of our two-story waterfall. Follow the waterfall to the koi pond and admire the fish darting in the water. Relax at our hotel in Washington, DC after a long day with a beverage and snack during our complimentary Manager's Reception*. Maintain your routine in our complimentary 24-hour fitness center and melt away stress in the indoor pool, whirlpool or game room.
Unwind in your two-room downtown DC suite, complete with a spacious living room, refrigerator and microwave. Eat a snack and send an important email from the well-lit, multi-purpose dining and work table. Accessible and non-smoking rooms are available at our hotel in Washington, DC.
Utilize our 2,400 sq. ft. ballroom or versatile 950 sq. ft. Delegate Room for your business, wedding or special event. In addition to our 24-hour business center, take advantage of A/V equipment rental and high-tech amenities.
*Service of alcohol subject to state and local laws. Must be of legal drinking age.
Appreciate the combination of rich history and abundant entertainment options near the Embassy Suites Washington, DC. hotel. Located between Georgetown and Dupont Circle, our all-suite hotel is four blocks from the Metro train system, which takes visitors all over the city. Explore historic sites and national monuments of the National Mall. Spend the day touring the many Smithsonian Insitution museums.
Discover the oldest private home in the Washington DC. area in Georgetown, then find a quaint spot for lunch and devote the rest of the day to shopping. Visit during the spring to experience the annual Cherry Blossom Festival, which commemorates the 1912 gift of 3,000 cherry trees from Tokyo Mayor Yukio Ozaki. In the summer, Washington DC. hosts festivals and an exciting 4th of July celebration.
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