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With our modern interior design, local artwork and book collection, our elegant Washington, DC hotel offers a warm, alluring ambiance that pays tribute to Americana. Experience discreet and refined service combined with luxurious amenities and an incomparable location at this urban oasis in our nation’s capital.

From aesthetically designed guestrooms with spa-inspired limestone or marble bathrooms to beautiful spaces for events, no detail is overlooked at our luxury hotel in Washington, DC.

Park Hyatt Washington delivers exceptional services and lifestyle amenities. Stay connected in our 24 hour business center, get refreshed in our sky-lit heated pool, or workout in our 24 hour fitness center. Guests appreciate complimentary local, toll-free and credit card call access, shoe shines, personal safes, complimentary in-room wireless internet, and daily morning coffee and tea in the Lobby. Around the clock in-room dining satisfies your hunger at our West End Georgetown hotel.


General Manager

Home Town: Oldham, England

Did you know….The monuments of our nation's capital are incredible to view at sunrise! I invite you to join me for an early morning run to see these famed landmarks...with a little advance notice, of course!

Favorite Restaurant: Although I may appear biased, Blue Duck Tavern is truly my favorite restaurant.  I do also enjoy Plume at the Jefferson Hotel. Washington, D.C. has seen a number of new restaurants open over the past two years, especially in the U Street corridor, so I am trying to experience as many of these as I can.

Insider travel tip: Travel is the education of life. Be sure to go beyond your location and really take the time to explore the continent, the city, or the town you are visiting.

I never travel without: My camera!  I am always taking pictures of new things I see, or things that I want to explore more of when time permits. Sending photos to friends, family or colleagues tells a story so much easier than trying to describe it.

Things I love about Park Hyatt Washington: I love our furniture, especially all of the wooden, hand- crafted pieces. Much of these are manufactured by either, Timothy Clark or Thos. Moser, who has a showroom here in Georgetown. There are so many beautiful pieces.

Career Journey:  I have worked for Hyatt for nearly three decades.  I started my career in hospitality as a dish washer, earning pocket money. This career has introduced me to so many incredible people. Plus, I have been fortunate enough to travel and work in places that I could have only dreamed of visiting.  I’m a lucky man!

A day in the Life: My day starts early, usually with a run.  I am then on hand as one of the many ambassadors in our hotel, interacting and assisting guests, and our associates alike. No day is ever the same in the nation’s capital; every day delivers something different. 

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Hotel Features

  • 216 guest rooms & suites
  • Spa-inspired limestone bathrooms comprising a third of each junior suite, offer a separate soaking bath and rain shower
  • Collection of books highlighting American crafts and heritage
  • Selection of exclusive bathroom amenities created by Le Labo
  • Blue Duck Tavern—Award-winning American cuisine with an open kitchen restaurant featuring the region’s freshest produce
  • Sky-lit indoor swimming pool and whirlpool
  • 24-hour fitness center with state-of-the-art cardiovascular and weight equipment
  • Complimentary use of bicycles for adults & children
  • The intimate Spa Room offering full-service body and facial treatments and a private aromatherapy steam shower
  • Full in-room spa services available
  • Complimentary sedan service, based upon availability
  • Complimentary shoe shine service
  • Pet-friendly hotel
  • Multilingual hotel staff
  • Currency exchange
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The staff at Park Hyatt Washington is committed to ensuring that we meet and exceed all of the requirements for the Americans with Disabilities Act. Our hotel is trained to accommodate guests with special needs, so that all of our guests, including those with disabilities, are able to have an enjoyable stay. At Park Hyatt Washington, we want to make sure all our guests are able to take advantage of every activity the hotel has to offer. We offer 12 ADA accessible rooms.

In addition to our standard amenities, we provide:
  • Bathtub and commode grab bars
  • Portable bathtub bench and rail
  • Braille symbols in elevators, public room areas and guest room hallways
  • Full roll-in showers
  • Wheelchair accessible doors

Allow us to "bring the spa to you" with a variety of full, in-room “Suite Spa” services including massages, body wraps and facials. Stay connected with doctors / nurses / therapists / family and friends through in-room high speed Internet access and complimentary local, toll-free and credit card call access. We invite you to explore the wide variety of rare, organic and therapeutic teas available in the Tea Cellar or to relax in the whirlpool at our luxurious West End Georgetown accommodations.

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Business Services

Stay productive and connected at Park Hyatt Washington. We make it easy for our business guests to excel with state-of-the-art technology and services, including a 24-hour business center, wireless internet, complimentary newspapers, shoe shine, and complimentary sedan transportation for travel around the nation’s capital. Get inspired in our redesigned meeting rooms in Washington, DC with everything you need to create the next big idea. PSAV, our dedicated audio-visual specialists, ensure your Washington, DC meetings and presentations go smoothly.

Business Center
Find everything you need in our business center, whether it's copies for a presentation or assistance with a complex spreadsheet. Located in the hotel lobby, the business center can help you plan for a meeting, prepare a presentation or send a fax. You can count on our professional multilingual team, including a dedicated concierge, to assist you. High speed and broadband Internet access enhances your productivity. Utilize our business center 24 hours a day, seven days a week.

Washington DC Hotel Business Services
  • Wi-Fi high-speed Internet access (complimentary in guest rooms)
  • Laptop safes
  • Copying
  • Faxing
  • Printing
  • Typing services
  • Sign making
  • Basic office supplies available for purchase
  • Business equipment
  • Audiovisual equipment
  • Audiovisual specialist for meetings / functions
  • Concierge services
  • Complimentary sedan transportation (based upon availability)
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Internet Access

Work in your room or attend a presentation in one of our meeting rooms; it's easy to stay connected at Park Hyatt Washington. All of our guest rooms and meeting rooms offer high-speed wireless Internet. Plan your day in the privacy of your guest room or input important notes in your laptop while attending a conference in any of our meeting rooms. Wi-Fi technology means you never have to be out of touch, no matter where you are in the hotel.
Park Hyatt Washington offers complimentary wireless internet in all guestrooms.


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Map & Directions

Follow the interactive map of Washington, DC for easy routes to our convenient DC hotel. Located in the fashionable West End neighborhood of Washington, DC, near Foggy Bottom and Georgetown, Park Hyatt Washington DC is surrounded by the most notable famous Washington, DC attractions, landmarks and sights. The Foggy Bottom Metro station is just a ten minute walk from the proeprty and Embassy Row is a short taxi ride away. Use the area map of Washington DC and let your adventures begin at the Park Hyatt Washington.

Washington, DC Hotel Directions


  • From Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport: 4.8 miles
    Take George Washington Memorial Parkway to Memorial Bridge into Washington, D.C. Get into the left lane on the bridge, go ¼ circle around the Lincoln Memorial to 23rd Street. Take 23rd Street north and turn left on H Street. Turn right on 24th Street, NW. The hotel is located at the corner of 24 & M Streets, NW.
    A cab is approximately $15 - $20.
  • From Washington-Dulles International Airport: 26.5 miles
    Follow signs for Washington, D.C. Take the Dulles Access Road to Route 66 into Washington, D.C across the Theodore Roosevelt Bridge. Stay to the left and follow signs for Whitehurst Freeway. Take Pennsylvania Avenue exit and bear right onto Pennsylvania Avenue. Turn left at 24th Street, NW. The hotel is located at the corner of 24 & M Streets, NW.
    A cab is approximately $45 - $50.
  • From Baltimore-Washington International Airport: 33 miles
    Take Baltimore-Washington Parkway towards Washington, D.C. Take exit for 495 West toward Bethesda and Northern Virginia. Take Exit #33, Connecticut Avenue South toward Chevy Chase. At DuPont Circle, move into the middle lane and exit right onto New Hampshire Avenue. Turn right at M Street. Turn right at 24th Street, NW. The hotel is located at the corner of 24 & M Streets, NW.
    A cab is approximately $80 - $90.
  • From Union Station
    In vehicle, take Massachusetts Avenue west. Turn slightly right onto Columbus Circle, NE. Turn right onto 7th Street, NW. Turn left onto Mt. Vernon Place, NW. Mt. Vernon Place will become Massachusetts Avenue. Enter roundabout and take the 4th exit onto Rhode Island Avenue, NW. Turn slightly right onto M Street. Hotel is located at the corner of 24 & M Streets, NW.
    A cab is approximately $12 - $15.
  • Southbound from New York City, New Jersey, & Philadelphia
    Take Interstate 95 South until you reach Interstate 495, the Capital Beltway. Follow signs for 495 West toward Bethesda and Northern Virginia. Take Exit #33, Connecticut Avenue South toward DC. At DuPont Circle, move into the middle lane and exit right onto New Hampshire Avenue. Turn right at M Street. Turn right at 24th Street, NW. Hotel is located at the corner of 24 & M Streets, NW.
  • Northbound from Richmond
    Follow signs for 395 North to Washington, D.C. Take Exit 8B to Memorial Bridge, pass the Pentagon, and take bridge into Washington, D.C. Stay in the left lane over the bridge, go ¼ mile around the Lincoln Memorial to exit on 23rd Street. Take 23rd Street to H Street. Turn left on H Street. Turn right after 1 block onto 24th Street, NW. Hotel is located at the corner of 24 & M Streets, NW.
  • From I-270 North (Frederick, Gaithersburg)
    Take Interstate 270 South and follow the signs to Washington, D.C. At the 495/270 split, bear to your left. Stay in the left lane and exit at Route 355/Wisconsin Avenue toward Washington, D.C. Travel through Chevy Chase, Tenleytown, and Georgetown. Turn left at M Street and bear to the right onto Pennsylvania Avenue. Turn left at 24th Street, NW. Hotel is located at the corner of 24 & M Streets, NW.
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Onsite Services

Park Hyatt Washington is pleased to offer the following amenities to make your stay as pleasant as possible. If you wish for something you don't see listed, please contact our concierge. Whether it's the complimentary use of our bicycles, shoe shine or wireless internet, our discriminating guests appreciate the many perks associated with staying at Park Hyatt.


Pamper yourself with in-room or intimate Spa Room massages, daily turndown service or a butler. In-room dining and the business center are available 24 hours. Use of our 24 hour StayFitTM fitness center is complimentary, along with our sky-lit heated indoor pool, open from 5:30a.m. to 10:00p.m. daily. Our professional, multilingual staff looks forward to attending to your requests.


The following services are available for all guests:
  • Complimentary wired & wireless internet in guestrooms
  • Complimentary use of hotel sedan (upon availability)
  • Daily turndown service
  • Assistive devices for people with disabilities
  • Dedicated concierge service
  • Baby-sitting arranged through Concierge
  • 24 hour in-room dining
  • Full-service Spa Room and in-room treatments
  • Currency exchange
  • Laundry, pressing and dry cleaning
  • Multilingual staff
  • Pet-friendly
  • Safe deposit boxes
  • Complimentary local, toll-free and credit card call access
  • Wardrobe storage and butler services
  • Complimentary shoe shine service
  • Daily newspaper of choice
  • Notary public, Monday through Friday, 8:00 am to 4:30 pm
  • Complimentary use of recreation facilities
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Park Hyatt Washington offers valet parking for our hotel and Blue Duck Tavern guests. Enjoy the convenience of valet parking in Washington, DC - whether you are joining us for an overnight stay, a day in the city or dinner at our award-winning restaurant and lounge. 

Valet Parking Fees
  • Hotel Daily: $20
  • Hotel Overnight: $42.37 + tax
  • Blue Duck Tavern: $12

*Valet parking tax is only applied to overnight hotel parking


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Park Hyatt Washington offers complimentary sedan service for transportation within the nation's capital.

  • Sedan service is based upon availability, on a first-come, first-serve basis
  • Reservations are not taken in advance
  • Sedan is equipped with complimentary wireless internet
  • Monday through Friday 7:00a.m. – 11:00a.m. and 5:00p.m. – 9:00p.m.  Saturday & Sunday 10:00a.m. - 1:00p.m. and 5:00p.m. - 9:00p.m.

Metro Station
The nearest station to Park Hyatt Washington is Foggy Bottom / George Washington University Station, located on the corner of 23rd and I Streets, NW. This station is located along the Orange and Blue lines. For more information, call, 202-637-7000, visit www.wmata.com or ask our concierge to assist you.

Transportation from DCA (Reagan National Airport)

To access Park Hyatt Washington from DCA via metro, take the Blue Line towards Largo Town Center. Exit at the Foggy Bottom / GWU stop. The hotel is a several-block walk. A taxi is approximately $15 – $20 and includes a nominal additional fee for airport pickup.

Chauffeured Services
Our concierge can help you locate a reputable local chauffeur service.

There are two Amtrak rail stations near the airport and Park Hyatt Washington. Access the Amtrak station via the Metrorail system or taxi. Union Station is in Washington, DC and the Alexandria Station in Alexandria, VA.

Super Shuttle

Shuttle door-to-door service is available at the airport on a shared ride-on-demand basis. Call 800-258-3826 or visit www.supershuttle.com for reservations.

To / From Washington Dulles Airport (27 miles)

Chauffeured Services
Washington Flyer provides coach service to and from Dulles Airport. For more information, call 1-888-WASHFLY.

Shuttle Service 
Shuttle door-to-door service is available at the airport on a shared ride-on-demand basis. Call 800-258-3826 or visit www.supershuttle.com for reservations.

Washington Flyer Taxicabs serve Dulles International Airport exclusively with 24 hour service to and from the airport. For inbound service, call 703-572-TAXI (8294) to place a reservation. The fee is approximately $45 - $50.

To / From Baltimore Washington International Airport (37 miles)

Chauffeured Services
BLS Limo Group provides 24 hour roundtrip services, luxury sedans, SUVs, limousines, vans and chauffeurs. Please contact the hotel concierge at +1 202 789 1234 to schedule your reservations.

A short shuttle from the airport is necessary to access the BWI Amtrak station, which stops at DC’s Union Station. From there, metro or taxi transportation is the easiest way to access the hotel.

Super Shuttle 
Shuttle door-to-door service is available at the airport on a shared ride-on-demand basis. Call 800-258-3826 or visit www.supershuttle.com for reservations.

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Pet Policy

Enjoy the perfect family vacation at our dog-friendly hotel in Washington, DC. As the most sophisticated dog-friendly hotel in the nation's capital, Park Hyatt Washington pampers your pet with special amenities, including:

  • Comfortable bed
  • Water bowl
  • K9 Treats
  • Complete list of recommended dog day care facilities, veterinary clinics, and nearby grooming services.

Please note that a non-refundable $150 pet fee will be applied. Dogs must remain with their owners at all times in the hotel, including both in the guestrooms and public areas. Dogs are not permitted at Blue Duck Tavern, the Lounge, or in the Guest House.

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Shane King
Chef Concierge

What is the most important thing you learned about travel?
Although there is not one singular answer to this question,  one of the most important things I have learned about travel is to do exactly what is posed in the question, learn.  No matter how short or long your plans may keep you on the road, there will always be something that is taken away from each destination you visit.

When spending time at the rustic Idaho Rocky Mountain Ranch in the remote Sawtooth range of Stanley, Idaho, one will learn the art of fly fishing, while tying your own flies on the banks of the country’s most pristine rivers. Alternatively, a trip to a major city in Asia may grace your kitchen with new recipes from a local street vendor, or a visit to a European village may teach you how to scout out the finest cashmere in the world.  No matter how simple or how extravagant, learning abounds!

What is your favorite cultural place to walk to from your hotel?
DC is a very international city with a heavily diverse community. My most cherished cultural venue in our neighborhood would be The Phillips Collection.  This modern art museum was the first of its kind in the United States, and currently offers over 3000 works to peruse throughout a number of historic townhouses.  This venue not only offers an incredibly notable art collection, but they also have host many events that range in topic from modern music to sculpture, with some of the most notable in their respective genres, presenting.

You have $15 to spend on lunch, where would you eat? If you had $500?
For a divine, yet inexpensive lunch, I like to venture down the narrow alley of Naylor Court, off 9th Street NW, in the historic Shaw neighborhood.  SUNdeVICH, is a small sandwich shop located in a stylish converted garage offering an internationally influenced menu of sandwiches served on fresh French demi-baguettes.  All of their ingredients are sourced from small, local purveyors of fine meats, cheeses and accompaniments, creating a perfect meal for less than $15.00, all while supporting local DC businesses.

Some of the best meals the District do not have to cost a fortune; however, to truly experience a memorable meal, I would venture into minibar by Jose Andres.  This 25-course experience, composed of bite-sized treats using a molecular style of cooking, is truly a unique experience.  As you work through the courses, the team will lead you down, what is bound to be one of the most creative dining experiences you will ever know.  At $250 per person, exclusive of drinks, you may exceed your $500 limit; however, it is more than worth every penny.

What have guests been asking about lately? What kind of experiences are they looking for?
In a touristy city such as DC, where tour buses are a dime a dozen, many of our guests are now seeking more intimate, unique experiences.  With so many historic sites in the area, a trip is not complete without a tour of the our first President, George Washington’s estate, Mt. Vernon.  Still operating much like it did in the days of Washington, this venue offers a very exclusive, private tour of the grounds and mansion, led by the estate’s head historian, John Marshall, who shares his knowledge and love of Mt. Vernon.  These tours are executed with a donation to the estate that helps to continue the legacy of this historic venue.

If you could learn to create one dish at the hotel restaurant, what would it be?
Growing up with a mother from New Zealand and a grandmother who had an affinity for parsnips, I would love to create Blue Duck Tavern’s parsnip soup with foie gras, quince jam and brioche croutons.   This simple, yet complex combination of flavor, is certainly a twist on my childhood memories.

What is your favorite design detail in the hotel?
Park Hyatt Washington houses beautiful art that has been commissioned solely for this property; however, my favorites are the handmade black shaker rocking chairs dotting our lobby area and Blue Duck Tavern restaurant.  These chairs are handmade by notable Vermont cabinetmaker,  Timothy Clark.  The simple design is subdued. yet rich in style, bringing together Tony Chi’s vision of mixing Americana with modern design.

Is there an interesting fact about your hotel that many people don't know?
This was renowned designer Tony Chi’s first hotel project in the world where he designed both the guest rooms and public areas. This speaks volumes to Park Hyatt’s commitment to creating unique and stylish hotels around the world, marrying fine art with design.

Is there one other Park Hyatt hotel and resort in particular you love or are dying to visit?
When I find the time, my next venture abroad will be to Park Hyatt  Maldives Hadahaa.  I want to experience the remote and intimate villas this gorgeous property offers.  This is truly my idea of a perfect escape from the rush of Washington, DC.

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