The Ritz-Carlton, Washington D.C.

Sophistication in Washington's West End
VERIFIED LUXURY
This West End hotel is Ritz-Carlton at its finest: sophisticated, traditional décor; attentive service; comfortable rooms; and a great location. The wood-paneled lobby is decorated with muted canvas paintings, fresh flowers, elegant chandeliers and parlor-style furniture.

Rooms, which are large by Washington standards, feature down duvets, Frette linens and fully stocked minibars with champagne, wine, liquor, sodas and sweet and savory snacks. In the bathrooms, you’ll find separate showers and soaking tubs; gilded over-the-sink mirrors; marble countertops and tile; and Asprey bath products.

The renewed guest rooms and suites complete the hotel's multi-phase, property-wide renovation that began with the unveiling of the lobby and Quadrant Bar & Lounge, the re-design of its Club Lounge and the completion of its new meeting spaces and 10,500 square foot ballroom.
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Our Inspector's Highlights
  • The hotel occupies a prime locale — it’s situated in the West End area of D.C. and is close to the Golden Triangle business district, Georgetown, George Washington University and Dupont Circle. It is also a mere nine blocks from the White House.
  • The Weekend Bistro serves American bistro-style food, meaning you can have a high-grade burger with spicy fries just as easily as you can order a bouillabaisse-inspired fish dish.
  • The Washington D.C. hotel is directly connected to Equinox Sports Club, a 100,000-square-foot sports and fitness complex complete with basketball and squash courts, a salt-water lap pool and personal training services. 
  • No matter when the cravings hit, the D.C. hotel has a room service menu available 24 hours a day.
  • Feather-topped beds and deep soaking tubs ensure total relaxation in your room after a day exploring the nation’s capital.
Things to Know
  • For an extra luxurious stay, Club Level accommodations include complimentary Wi-Fi and a dedicated concierge staff to assist with transportation and tourism appointments. Food presentations are also available to guests staying on the floor throughout the day.
  • While the D.C. hotel does not house a spa, the adjacent Equinox Sports Club offers a wide array of massages, facials and even waxing services.
  • The house-made cocktails are delicious at the sophisticated Quadrant Bar & Lounge. Pair your sip with one of the flavorful small plates from chef de cuisine JongJip Yang. 
  • If you're celebrating a special occasion, be sure reserve the Chef's Table at Westend Bistro. What makes this experience extra special is that the menu is completely customizable. 
The Rooms
  • The recently refreshed guest rooms at The Ritz-Carlton, Washington D.C. are like peaceful retreats from the bustle of the city. A sleek palette of slate gray and blue blends beautifully with chic accent patterns, bold graphic carpets and brass details to create a comfortably contemporary respite. 
  • Starting at 450 square feet, the stylish accommodations provide plenty of room to spread out. Dedicated sitting areas and plenty of USB ports ensure you can work in comfort. 
  • Spacious marble bathrooms feature separate showers and deep soaking tubs stocked with luxurious Asprey amenities.
  • Each unit in the D.C. hotel has feather-topped beds with Frette sheets that are luxurious to sleep on and will ensure you leave your room well rested for the day’s business or sightseeing activities.
The Restaurants
  • Helmed by chef de cuisine Alvin Dela Cruz, Westend Bistro is a casual American dining room serving up modern takes on local fare, such as Cinderella pumpkin soup with vanilla chantilly cream, crispy mushrooms and root vegetables over quinoa pilaf, and whole Maine lobster with honey nut acorn squash. 
  • The D.C. restaurant's sleek exterior belies its warm and relaxed ambiance — think energetic music, cozy raised banquettes and a jovial marble bar. 
  • During the warmer months, be sure to snag a coveted table on the patio to sip sensational cocktails or just to enjoy a leisurely Sunday brunch. 
  • A stylish blend of past and present, the retro-chic Quadrant Bar & Lounge is the newest addition to The Ritz-Carlton, Washington, D.C.'s culinary scene. Slide up to the bar to savor classic cocktails or to nibble on internationally inspired small plates, such as grilled Spanish octopus, New Zealand lamb chops with romesco sauce or Maryland jumbo lump crab cakes. 
Amenities
24-hour room service
Bar
House car
Meeting rooms
Pet friendly
Restaurants
Getting There
1150 22nd Street Northwest, Washington, District of Columbia 20037
TEL202-835-0500
NEARBY AIRPORT(S)
DCA (10-16 min)   IAD (30-40 min)   BWI (45 min-1 h)  
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