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Willard InterContinental

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At a Glance

    Pros

  • luxurious historic hotel
  • great location two blocks from the White House
  • impeccable service
  • luxurious spa

    Cons

  • expensive
  • no pool

Fodorite Reviews

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Willard InterContinental Review

A landmark and favorite of American presidents and other newsmakers offers superb service, a wealth of amenities, and guest rooms filled with period detail and Federal-style furniture. The spectacular Beaux-Arts lobby showcases great columns, sparkling chandeliers, mosaic floors, and elaborate ceilings—a Washington sight in itself. The French bistro–style restaurant Café du Parc serves three meals in a casual atmosphere, and high tea is served in Peacock Alley. The Willard has opened its own archives, which chronicles the hotel's legendary past with photos, newspaper articles, and artifacts.

    Hotel Details

  • 335 rooms, 40 suites.
  • Rate includes no meals.
Updated: 06-05-2013

Fodorite Reviews

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    One of the Best Hotels in Washington

    This is a very elegant hotel, classy atmosphere.
    The best rooms in the hotel face Pennsylvania Ave, but are the most expensive. Not a hotel for budget minded people, weekday rates start at $460 a night. Weekends start at $340.

    by Travelguy76555, 1/31/13

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