A plush Georgetown escape

133 Rooms / 56 Suites

Dignitaries, royalty and celebrities who regularly travel to the nation’s capital know that Four Seasons Hotel Washington, DC is one of the most luxurious and spacious in the city, especially since its $40 million renovation in 2009 by designer Pierre-Yves Rochon, who created an oasis of the lobby, library and grand staircase using an art and garden theme. Upon entering the contemporary brick façade on the edge of Georgetown, you are immersed in marble, stunning artwork from the hotel’s 2,000-piece collection and a lobby area with comfortable furniture, books and seasonal plants. The rooms are some of the largest in D.C., with lavender, mauve or sage color schemes; contemporary furniture; limestone or marble bathrooms; and views of Georgetown, Rock Creek Park, or the C&O Canal. Premier suites offer separate bedrooms and sitting rooms for entertainment or meetings. The 12,500-square-foot spa and fitness club features new exercise equipment, a saltwater pool, a whirlpool, a sauna, fitness classes, a complimentary juice bar, indoor and outdoor sitting areas and more.

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Four Seasons Hotel Washington, D.C.

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