Well-appointed, multifunctional hotel in the heart of the nations capital
Situated in the Washington D.C.s west end, the Fairmont Hotel Washington DC (or Fairmont Washington D.C. as it is also referred to) sits just streets away from the many famous landmarks that are worldwide icons of the nations capital.
This 4-star establishment offers guests the opportunity to lodge in equally as lofty surroundings, with a vast number of in-room and hotel wide amenities representing the best in comfort, convenience, and luxury.
Consisting of 415 guestrooms the Fairmont offers air-conditioning and individually-controlled heating in every room, thus ensuring that the interior climate is just right, regardless of the season. Windows also open to allow for fresh air. Private en-suite bathrooms are included as standard.
Bedrooms include cable television, three telephones, CD alarm clock, hairdryer, iron and ironing board, mini-bar, coffee pot, well-lit workspace, and internet connection. Bathrobes, scales, make-up/shaving mirrors, and toiletries are located in the bathroom.
The hotel features a number of leisure and relaxation facilities, including an indoor lap pool, Jacuzzi, steam room, and dry sauna. A state-of-the-art fitness room, with a wide range of cardiovascular equipment and weights, is available at a slight on-cost. Personal trainers are on hand for those that require assistance. Guests feeling particularly energetic can partake in a game of squash, racquetball, or basketball.
Those attending the city on business will find that the Fairmont Hotel Washington DC offers a range of services in the hotels business and conference center, whilst a selection of meeting rooms make this an ideal location for functions of any description.
Restaurants, The Juniper and The Colonnade, offer guests a dining option, complete with fresh, local ingredients, whilst The Loggia is an ideal setting to enjoy early evening cocktails. The latter also features wireless internet access.
The Fairmonts city center location makes it an ideal base of operations for those looking to visit Washingtons vast number of landmarks. The first stop on any tourists to-do list should be the National Mall, which houses many of the most famous and poignant sights.
At the west end of the National Mall sits the Lincoln Memorial whilst the State Capitol Building and Library of Congress can be found at the east end. The Washington Monument is considered to be the parks centerpiece, both in location and historical importance. Other memorials in the park include those to the lost troops of World War II, the Vietnam War, and the Korean War, as well as the Thomas Jefferson Memorial. Adjacent to the parks east end is the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum.
The Mall also features a range of museums, including the Smithsonian establishments. Visitors can take the Arlington Memorial Bridge and visit Arlington National Cemetery
Of course, no trip of D.C.s landmarks would be complete without a trip to 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue, where the White House stands.
Guests at the Fairmont Hotel Washington DC will also find that the city has many of the traditional staples associated with large U.S. cities, including world-class shopping, fantastic sporting venues, entertainment and culture on tap, and easy access to not only the rest of the city, but much of the outlying region.