What are rooms like at The Ritz-Carlton Georgetown?

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For a city hotel, the rooms at The Ritz-Carlton Georgetown, Washington, D.C. are fairly spacious and decorated in a soothing neutral color scheme with dark wood accents that match the “firey” feel of the Forbes Travel Guide Four-Star property. Plush all-white beds add a modern touch, and all rooms offer work desks with two chairs and either a club chair or sofa, depending on room type. Views are fairly standard, overlooking the courtyard, South Street, Wisconsin Avenue or Grace Church, although some of the suites do boast lovely water views of the Potomac River.

All of the rooms at the Washington D.C. hotel come equipped high-speed Internet access, phones with voicemail, iPod docking stations and flat-screen TVs. The bathrooms are standard across all room types, with dual sinks, separate soaking tubs and separate showers and toilet areas (many suites have a separate powder room). Impeccably clean and bright, the bathrooms feature thoughtful touches such as lit makeup mirrors and plenty of fluffy white towels. The bathroom is stocked with Asprey bath products, so be sure to save some extra room in your suitcase to tote any extras home.

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