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The Jefferson, Washington, DC offers two conference rooms, the Gallatin Room and the Parlor Boardroom. Both come with the latest technological amenities, including flat-screen, drop-down projectors; individual heat and air-conditioning controls; and complimentary Wi-Fi. While the Forbes Travel Guide Four-Star hotel has minimal meeting space (seated receptions can host up to 46 for mealtimes), the 1,800-square-foot Gallatin Room is tastefully decorated and can be divided into two spaces for intimate events. The Parlor Boardroom, with a polished dark wood table, feels more like you’re meeting in a stately home than a hotel. Larger private dining events and conferences can also be held in the Washington D.C. hotel’s Wine Cellar, which offers frosted glass doors for privacy, as well as a stunning glimpse at the hotel’s 1,700-bottle collection and a fully functional dumbwaiter.