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Four Seasons Hotel Garden Courtyard

Four Seasons Hotel

2800 Pennsylvania Avenue NW

Washington, DC 20007

Written by Jeff Heath
The Four Seasons Hotel, located in historic Georgetown, is the only hotel in Washington D.C. ever to receive AAA's Five Diamond Award. One of only 58 hotels received this distinction
in North America for 2001; the Four Seasons has received this prestigious award every year since 1990. The hotel recently completed a $25 million renovation that added 60 luxury suites and completely updated the existing 199 rooms. The hotel is known for the personal art collection of hotel owner William Louis-Dreyfus. Over 1000 pieces of original artwork hang throughout the hotel and have been collected over a 30-year period. The collection includes works from the 18th, 19th and 20th centuries.

Four Seasons Hotel Location

The Four Seasons Hotel in Washington D.C. has 259 rooms including 60 suites. Room amenities include three telephones, private bar with refrigerator, in-room safe, thick
Four Seasons Hotel Health and Fitness Club
terry bathrobes, silk padded hangers, wooden suit and skirt hangers, lighted make-up mirror, fog-free bathroom mirror, down-filled duvets and pillows (hypo-allergenic cotton pillows are available). Guests also receive complimentary morning newspaper, coffee and tea service in the lobby, overnight shoeshine, and a car windshield wash for overnight valet parkers. Additional services include 24-hour concierge and room service, same day and overnight valet service, one-hour pressing, twice daily housekeeping service and secretarial services.

Four Seasons Hotel Accommodations

The Four Seasons Hotel has 60 suites that range in size from 600 square feet to 3,200 square feet. In addition to the amenities listed above, the suites
also include a fax machine, humidifier, VCR, CD Player, valet stand, lint brush, and collar stays, television headphones and a cordless telephone.

Four Seasons Hotel Dining

The Seasons Restaurant and the Garden Terrace are open for breakfast, lunch and dinner. Scottish Chef Douglas McNeil serves new American cuisine in a very inviting setting with lush plants, flowers and a bubbling fountain. The restaurant is rated fifth best in new American cuisine and third best Sunday Brunch by Zagat Survey.

Additional Facilities

The Four Seasons Hotel has a 12,500 square foot fitness club that includes an indoor lap pool with skylights, separate men' and women's
Four Seasons Hotel Premier Suite
steam and sauna rooms, and cardiovascular machines each with individual television/VCR/radio with headsets for private viewing and listening. The hotel has 10,800 square feet of meeting and banquet space.
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