Contemporary style in Washington, D.C.
188 Rooms / 28 Suites
Tucked away in Washington, D.C.’s West End neighborhood, Park Hyatt Washington offers a sleek urban escape in a city where so much of the design leans toward the traditional. That's thanks to interiors created by famed designer Tony Chi, who used a decidedly neutral palette to dress the contemporary space, from the spacious, minimalist lobby to the streamlined guest rooms. For a larger hotel — there are 216 rooms — Park Hyatt Washington manages to make the experience feel residential, with touches such as custom-made bath amenities and limestone-clad bathrooms.
The upscale hotel is a popular gathering spot for both guests and locals. President Barack Obama has been known to stop in at the onsite restaurant, Blue Duck Tavern, which is famous for its apple pie (hence the wooden apples you’ll see in all the guest rooms). The onsite Tea Cellar is a unique spot for indulging in teas from around the world (with a focus on Asian varietals).