What is Willard InterContinental’s turndown service like?

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Turndown service includes a chocolate, the refreshing of the bathroom, turndown of linens and closing of curtains at the Forbes Travel Guide Recommended Willard InterContinental Hotel in Washington, D.C. When you return to your room after a day of meetings or nearby sightseeing, the Willard staff will have closed the curtains to darken your bedroom for the evening. The ice bucket in your room will be filled with ice, and your bed linens will be turned down. If you’ve used toiletries in the bathroom, they will be replenished, and your towels will be picked up and replaced. Your room at the D.C. hotel will be ready for you to sleep — and for you to wake up and use the amenities to get your day started off right.

During Willard InterContinental's turndown service there will be chocolate, ice in the ice bucket, turndown of bed linens, refreshing of the bathroom and closing of curtains for the evening.

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