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Business travelers will enjoy a host of amenities at the Forbes Travel Guide Recommended Willard InterContinental in Washington, D.C. Guest rooms have individual climate control, dual-line phones and flat-screen TVs with a menu-driven display. There is wired and wireless Internet access, which costs $10.95 for 24 hours of access. In the hotel’s 24-hour business center, there’s a fax machine, multiple photocopiers, a PC and a color printer, as well as scanning, lamination and document shredding services.
Whether you’re heading out for an important meeting, a tee time or tourism, you’ll have access to free transportation in the D.C. hotel's house car, a hybrid Lexus SUV, between 7 and 9:30 a.m. The car will take you up to three miles from the boutique hotel, which goes a long way in D.C.: The city’s small, so you can get just about anywhere in the District in the car, as well as to nearby Arlington and Alexandria.
In the guest rooms, there are oversized work desks with both wired and wireless Internet, dual line telephones and complimentary newspapers. In the hotel, there’s also a business center, and transportation services are available through the concierge.