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Located in the West End neighborhood, Park Hyatt Washington, D.C. is a bridge between historic Georgetown and the vibrant, buzzy City Center. Centrally located, yet tucked away in an upscale residential neighborhood, the hotel is an oasis in the city offering access to prestigious museums, architecture, and cultural icons of the surrounding area. Guests will find themselves discovering unique and thought-provoking works of art sprinkled throughout the halls and outdoor spaces like Amanda Weil’s large-scale, photographic, Americana glass creations, be it on the way to Michelin award-winning Blue Duck Tavern, or down to a swanky function in one of their chic event spaces.
Quiet confidence combining modern metropolitan ambience with subtle sophistication.
Park Hyatt Washington D.C. contains 220 sophisticated, residential-style rooms and suites, including their highly-exclusive signature suites with Juliet balconettes. For those seeking a unique opportunity to be a ‘resident’ in the city, the penthouse-level Ambassador Suites offer sweeping balconette and floor-to-ceiling window views of iconic M Street, Georgetown, the National Cathedral, and verdant Rock Creek Park.
Park Hyatt Washington, D.C.’s saltwater pool is located in the Guest House adjacent to the hotel and a great place for laps or as a gathering point for family or friends to cool off after a long day exploring the capital’s monuments. A hot tub is also available.
The hotel offers a fitness center with updated Technogym equipment, Peloton cycles, free weights, and yoga mats. Facing the quiet tree-lined street, guests can watch the city go by as they run for miles or connect to their favorite fitness app.
The hotel offers a private treatment room which can be booked for massage or facials.
Don’t miss dining at the Michelin-accomplished Blue Duck Tavern, a local favorite that serves regionally-sourced, artfully-prepared rustic cuisine. The talented culinary team operates around a single Molteni wood-burning oven, offering memorable dishes like Wood Oven-Roasted Whole Fish and their Roasted Rohan Duck Breast.
Blue Duck Tavern’s inviting bar looks out onto the hotel’s Serpentine garden and serves seasonal cocktails utilizing a curated selection of liquors, liquers, bitters, and tonics. The mixes are given extra care by mixing herbs, edible flowers, and other elements from their rooftop garden. The springtime must-try is the ‘Mister Harris’, a heady concoction of Bluecoat gin, Mancino cherry blossom vermouth, Cocchi Americano and Gran Classico. Be sure to ask for Rob Aveau!
This property is perfect for any guest looking to ‘live like a local’ and immerse themselves in a vibrant residential community dotted with prestigious universities, chic boutiques, unforgettable neighborhood restaurants, and easy walkability to the most talked about sights and sounds in the city. It’s also a treat for executive road warriors who are looking for a respite while away from home.
Park Hyatt Washington, D.C. is located in a very convenient part of town, yet away from the usual trappings of a tourist city. The hotel is within a mile of the top-requested attractions like the National Mall and Smithsonian Museums, as well as M Street and the Georgetown waterfront.
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