What are the bathrooms like in the rooms at The Jefferson, Washington, DC?

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You won't want to leave the bathroom in your guest room at The Jefferson, Washington, D.C. And with a huge shower and TV in the mirror, you pretty much won't have to.
 
Each bathroom at the Forbes Travel Guide Four-Star hotel features plenty of shelf and counter space for you to spread out your personal toiletries on the hand-cut Italian and Spanish stone countertops. There's also an oversize walk-in shower with a powerful stream that will help you prep for the day ahead. There's an abundance of fluffy white towels, a hair dryer for grooming and a pillow-thick white robe to wear while brushing your teeth or reading the complimentary newspaper delivered to your door each morning. Some rooms also feature extra-deep soaking tubs that are easily big enough for two, and suites feature steam showers.
 
Red Flower toiletries made exclusively for The Jefferson are in the bathrooms. The body wash, lotion, hair wash and bar soap are gender-neutral in scent and made with organic ingredients including organic honey, shea butter, rice bran amino acids, orange, jasmine and cedar wood, and are biodegradable products free of dyes and petrochemicals. (They're also made in the United States.) There's no conditioner, but if you need some, call the concierge desk.
 
Your bathroom's most interesting feature is inside the mirror: A 17-inch television is embedded in each bathroom mirror, so you can watch the morning news while shaving or hear Jon Stewart weigh in at night as you brush your teeth before bed. From morning till night, you’ll love the bathrooms at The Jefferson.

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