June 15, 2017 for 3 nights for 2 adults.
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The St. Regis Washington DC in Washington, DC
In the heart of the nation's capital, The St. Regis Washington DC is a bastion of luxury with a distinctly modern twist. Built in 1926, just two blocks from The White House and the Corcoran Gallery, the St. Regis has been gracefully re-imagined to meet the needs of a modern world. A grand scale preservation and transformation of the hotel has stylishly paired original Palladian windows and Italian Renaissance Louis XVI chandeliers with contemporary touches of custom-designed furnishings and modern amenities. Signature service tailored to fit your needs, exquisite cuisine and a Signature Butler Service, make the St. Regis a prestigious address amid town of remarkable history.
The St. Regis Washington DC offers an unparalleled vantage point to the capital's premier destinations. Guests can stroll to the nearby Washington Monument, National Geographic Society, and Lincoln Memorial. Indulge in a day of boutique or souvenir shopping at the 19th-century Eastern Market or explore the specialty shops in Union Station. Enjoy the premier amenities of the hotel or delight in the exceptional cuisine at Alain Ducasse's newly opened Adour Restaurant. Whatever historic adventures you choose to embark on, allow your St. Regis Butler to make all the appropriate arrangements just for you. Experience a unique refuge of timeless elegance, unwavering taste, and unrivaled care and courtesy that simply cannot be found elsewhere.
Location of The St. Regis Washington DC
Nearest Airport: WAS
Amenities for The St. Regis Washington DC
- General Information
- 175 Guest Rooms
- 24-Hour Room Service
- On-Site Amenities
- Shoe Shine Service
- Complimentary Newspaper
- Gift Shop
- Butler Service
- Multilingual Staff
- 24-Hour Front Desk
- In-Room Amenities
- Turndown Service
- DVD Players
- Hair Dryers
- In-Room Safes
- Mini Bar
- Satellite Television
- iPod Docks
- Flat-Screen Televisions
- Luxury Linens
- Luxury Bath Amenities
- Business Center/Services
- Meeting Rooms
- Kids Club
- Historic Sites
- Public Transportation
Reviews for The St. Regis Washington DC
It has been expensive. That is for sure...and as the superior deluxe room with a king bed was cage size I also paid for an upgrade. The suite overlooked a giant buildings same floor window - very dark...old and torn curtains, shabby, shabby. The hotel has an extraordinary restaurant and good coffee in the room. But that feeling of I am in a 5 star great hotel is just long gone. Try others and I am not returning.
cananmozsoy - Istanbul, Turkey
We stayed at the St. Regis for work. Great location. Service was terrific. Very quiet room-appreciated the turndown service especially the chocolate. : ) I loved the bathtub though you need a step stool to get into it.
anouska c - New York City, New York
We held our daughter's wedding reception here. The service was phenomenal! The food was excellent. We could not be more pleased with the planning and execution of this important life event. The staff and event planner, Elizabeth, were kind, thoughtful and very well organized. Kudos!
This was the first time we ever stayed at the St. Regis in D.C. We were with a delegation from Indonesia and they chose this hotel. The lobby and bar welcome you in red and gold and lots of real roses that have been frozen or something so they look fresh when they've been there for a month. The lobby has an oriental or Middle Eastern feel. But, everything is in place and perfectly cared for. Check-in was easy and our suite on a corner on the 8th Floor was laid out well with a great bed. The decor was modern federal style elegant. Nice enough but not inspired. The only major drawback was that the shower never did have enough force to rinse one's hair in less than 20 minutes. I asked them to do something about it three times, but nothing changed. It may be that D.C. has some law that showers can only put out so much force. But, having stayed at other hotels for more than 30 years, I have never had this experience before. Our last visit was last fall. The bar is again red and gold, recently refurbished, I think. At first it just seemed too much, but we had several late morning meals there and it was quite comfortable with servers who were terrific. The restaurant is light an airy with modern furniture in what was once a ball room. Again, the servers were excellent. Having stayed at many hotels, I would say the breakfast offerings were average and not as good as what you would get at, say, a Four Seasons or a Fairmont or even Cafe du Parc at the Willard in D.C. Fine, but nothing special. A quiche I ordered one morning was especially disappointing. We sponsored several group dinners and breakfasts there for our delegation.There is a semi-private dining room that works quite well, other than the music, which they did turn off. Service was good but inconsistent, meaning when the service was happening it was good, but there would be long lapses and I would have to go and ask for more water or coffee or whatever. One server in particular was very good but it seemed he had too much to do, short staffing perhaps. Here again, the food was fine but nothing special. We also used several meeting rooms, which were just fine. Snack and soft drink service was exceptional. I had a hard time staying away from the chocolate chip cookies!!! We were there for a week so we got the chance to use the laundry service many times. Only once did they fail to return the laundry on time. And, the laundry was done very well. One big plus about the hotel is the staff who greet you. They are extraordinarily friendly, many from Ethiopia, which is one of my favorite countries on the planet. The staff were warm and welcoming. That is huge when you are coming in from a long journey as we were. One fun fact is that every day at 6 p.m. a manager pops the cork on champagne for anyone and everyone in the lobby. Apparently it is a tradition started by the founder of the chain more than 100 years ago. I've asked myself if I would choose the St. Regis again. My answer is that I don't know. Most of what I do in D.C. has to do with the National Gallery of Art, and we usually stay at a hotel that is easy walking distance from the gallery. Still, I could and did walk from the St. Regis. Longer, but good for steps on my Fitbit! If proximity to many think tanks is critical, I just might choose the St. Regis again. No place is perfect, and my experience showed me that most of the staff care about their work and their hotel. That's worth a lot.
Balticlight - Irvine, California
One expects peerless service at a St. Regis. My experience, however, was mediocre overall. To begin, I will describe the differences in my nightly turndown (which should be a standardized, not variable, procedure) over the three nights of my stay: Night 1: Excellent turndown, everything as it should be. Robe and slippers laid out. Chocolate on the duvet. Water and glasses placed at bedside. Laundry bag, shoeshine tools, and private dining menu laid out for my consideration. Drapes drawn tightly closed, chandelier dimmed. TV cabinet opened and remote placed at bedside; bedside radio tuned to classical music at a pleasantly low volume. Trash cans emptied, bathroom fully serviced. Night 2: Acceptable, but not stellar. Slippers were set out, but no robe. Radio was tuned to pop, not classical music, and set to a louder volume. Other elements were as on night 1. Night 3: Very disappointing. Lights were undimmed, drapes were left wide open, radio was off, trash was not emptied, bathroom was tidied but not fully serviced, and, quite surprisingly, a dirty plate and flatware were left behind on the desk. To report on other aspects of the service: doormen were always pleasant, but they were often to be found chatting among themselves in the middle of the lobby instead of manning their stations, resulting in them having to rush past me to open the door. The two concierges I consulted were pleasant and helpful. I cannot comment directly on the "butler service" as I was not in a suite accommodation, although I will say that, when I dialed the butler line to arrange for my turndown service the third night, I was greeted as "Mr. or Ms." Lastname--an odd salutation, since my first name is by no means gender-ambiguous. The lobby was too often strewn with empty cocktail glasses--even at the far end, away from the restaurant. This was unsightly and off-putting, and also resulted in very few places to sit comfortably and enjoy the otherwise very beautiful surroundings. My guest room was attractively decorated, but I have two suggestions for improvement. First, the drapes would benefit from some type of clip to hold them closed as they let in a fair amount of light toward morning, especially where they came into contact with the bed linens. (This was in a double-bedded room, which was very small and thus by necessity had the second bed abutting the window.) Second, I had a raucous group of neighbors staying in the adjoining room on my last night. The communicating door between the two rooms is located in the entryway, which is a narrow space with a tile floor--a "live" environment that amplifies any noise. To make matters worse, there is a considerable gap between the door and the floor. If a door sweep of some sort were to be installed, it would reduce noise as well as light pollution. In conclusion, let me state that I am a traveler of relatively modest means. I generally lodge in luxury properties such as the DC St. Regis only on the rare occasion that business requires it. I am nominally a member of the SPG rewards program, but assuredly do not belong to the Elite rank (nor do I aspire to it). For all these reasons, I rather doubt that hotel and/or corporate management will give much weight to my remarks here. Make no mistake, however: I notice and appreciate quality as much as virtually any top-flight guest, and my recent stay has done nothing to convince me that doubling or tripling my typical hotel expenditure will in fact double or triple my satisfaction.
Cookiemonstah2013 - Boston, Massachusetts