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Guest rooms have flat-screen televisions and wireless and wired Internet, while suites have even more technology at the Forbes Travel Guide Recommended Willard InterContinental hotel in Washington, D.C. Guest rooms have individual climate control, dual-line phones and flat-screen televisions with a menu-driven display. There is wired and wireless Internet access, but it will run you $10.95 for 24 hours of access. Suites include the same amenities, plus music systems that can dock your iPod, DVD players in most rooms and a culinary amenity — an Illy espresso machine.
Willard InterContinental has wired and wireless Internet in guest rooms. There is also wireless Internet in the public spaces.