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You’ll be charged taxes for your guest room and for banquet rooms, a labor fee for events, a one-time fee if you bring a pet along and a fee for wireless Internet access at the Forbes Travel Guide Recommended Willard InterContinental in Washington, D.C.
In addition to the room charge, the D.C. tax rate for hotels is 14.5 percent. If you’re having an event in one of the Willard’s banquet rooms, there is an additional 10 percent tax, as well as a 21 percent labor fee.
If you bring your pet to the Willard, your furry friend will be welcome, but the hotel charges a one-time fee of $100. And for those simply staying at the D.C. hotel, the only fee aside from the tax is for Internet access — the Willard charges $10.95 for 24 hours of wireless or wired access.
The only fee charged in addition to the room rate is the D.C. tax of 14.5 percent. There is also a 21 percent labor fee and 10 percent tax on all group, event and banquet charges.