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The Ritz-Carlton Washington, D.C
At a Glance
- attentive service
- convenient to several parts of town
- attached to fabulous health club (fee) and pool
- pricey room rates
- expensive valet parking
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The Ritz-Carlton Washington, D.C Review
Luxury oozes from every polished marble surface at one of Washington's most upscale hostelries: beds are dressed in 400-thread-count Egyptian cotton linens (and have earned the reputation as some of the most comfortable in town), large marble tubs are complemented by separate showers, and personalized service makes you feel pampered. The hotel's critically acclaimed Westend Bistro by Eric Ripert serves American fare and has amassed a loyal following. Guests rave about the complimentary baked goods and coffee by the elevators, and chauffered Mercedes house car available for local transportation within a 3-mile radius.
- Address: 1150 22nd St. NW, West End, Washington, DC 20037 | Map It
- Phone: 202/835–0500; 800/241–3333
- Website: www.ritzcarlton.com/hotels/washington_dc
- Metro Foggy Bottom/GWU.
- Location: The White House Area and Foggy Bottom
- 300 rooms, 32 suites.
- Rate includes no meals.
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