Located in the heart of Washington, D.C. and offering the most luxurious and state-of-the-art facilities, Trump International Washington D.C. is an experience in and of itself. The 5-star hotel features 263 lavish rooms and suites, The Spa by Ivanka Trump, a fully-equipped fitness center, the largest meeting and event spaces in the entirety of Washington, a museum on the vibrant history of the building and the area, as well as breathtaking views over the city that are certain to mesmerize every single guest.
Open from Sunday to Saturday, from 5:30am until 8pm, the hotel's fitness center features the latest Technogym equipment, iPod docking stations, personal TV monitors, as well as specialized personal trainers that can help you maintain your fitness routine even while traveling.More details...
There is no need to leave your four-legged friend behind when staying at Trump International Washington D.C. The hotel offers 5-star services and treatment to your furry pup as well, as it provides special gourmet food, a dog bed, food and water bowls, toys, as well as dog sitting and walking services. Guests are allowed to bring up to 2 dogs per room, while each dog should not exceed 20 lbs. Dog Sitting Dogs Stay Free More details...
Trump International Washington D.C. is the epitome of luxury, as it features lavish and elegantly appointed rooms and suites, 16-foot high ceilings and crystal chandeliers, a state-of-the-art spa and fitness center, spacious and historic meeting and wedding venues, as well as exquisite services and an outstanding view over Washington.
Nestled among the top historical treasures of the nation’s capital, Four Seasons Hotel Washington, DC is a modern hotel, where guests can revel in the lavish and art-filled comfort and unbeatable service of the city’s top five-star, five-diamond luxury hotel.
This luxury hotel offers 222 chic rooms – including 58 suites – with various beautiful views including the historic C&O Canal and Georgetown.
Onsite spa which offers facials, massages, body treatments, Ayurvedic treatments and aromatherapy.
Family amenities include cribs in the guestrooms and babysitting. Children up to 18 years old stay for free when using existing bedding.
Clover Adams, the wife of Henry Adams, a descendant of President John Adams, took her life in the hotel in 1885 and is said to haunt the 4th floor of the hotel ever since. Guests and staff have reported hearing soft crying noises, doors opening and closing on their own or electric devices being turned on and off. Some members of the staff have said that they heard the ghost calling them by their names or giving them a hug while cleaning the rooms. Those strange occurrences usually happen in early December, when the anniversary of her death is.