The St. Regis is located in the heart of old downtown, one block away from the White House and from there, only minutes away to reach monuments, museums, dining and shopping destinations. It is mostly populated by businesspeople during the week and tourists on weekends.
Originally known as the Carlton Hotel, it has been home away from home for many presidents and celebrities. In 1999, it became the second St. Regis worldwide and has maintained its impressive corporate clientele and ambiance.
St. Regis Washington, DC guestrooms and suites are on par with the best of the best in the area, spacious, luxurious, elegant and comfortable and equipped with state-of-the-art communication and entertainment devices. The hotel closed for 16 months to undergo a massive renovation and it shows – everything looks new, fresh and sparkling clean.
In-room amenities include Bose iPod sound docking system, 32” LCD TV, daily newspaper, DVD player, in-room movies, 15” LCD TV embedded in bathroom mirror, cable channels, cordless telephone, Pratesi bed linens, feather pillows, down feather comforter, foam pillows (available upon request), hairdryer, St. Regis bathrobe, Reméde bath amenities, voicemail, 24-hour room service, fully-stocked mini bar, in-room safe, writing desk, valet service, umbrella, shoe shine service, wireless high speed internet access (USD 14.95 per day). Some amenities may be available for a number of rooms only, such as the Signature St. Regis Butler service which is only enjoyed by Suite guests.
Superior Room measures 350 square feet with a king size bed. Many Superior Rooms can connect to Deluxe Rooms with two double beds.
Deluxe Room offers 375 square feet of space with either one king or two double beds. Majority of these rooms offer views of the surrounding area. Many Deluxe Rooms can connect to Superior Rooms with a king bed.
Premier Deluxe Room measures approximately 440-470 square feet featuring an oversized bedroom with one king size bed, separate closet, double marble sinks in the bathroom and a sleeper sofa in some rooms.
Grand Luxe Rooms are 485 square feet in size featuring a sofa, an oversized bathroom with a standing shower, separate closet, double marble sinks and window in the bathroom and a king size bed.
Metropolitan Suite is a one room parlor suite that offers approximately 620 square feet of space. The suite features a king size bed, and upgraded amenities such as a separate closet, sofa bed, foyer, 42” LCD TV and oversized bathroom with a large window.
Caroline Astor Suite measures approximately 665 square feet features a bedroom with an adjoining living area that is furnished with custom armchairs, with views of either the 16th Street or The Astor Terrace. Other upgraded amenities include double marble sinks in the bathroom, a separate closet and foyer.
St. Regis Suite is 1,035 square feet in size and features an entry foyer, powder room, separate bedroom with a king size bed, a large living room, 42” LCD TV, a bathroom with separate shower and soaking tub, and a view of 16th Street. Each suite can connect to a Superior King Room.
Knickerbocker Suite offers 1,010 square feet of space featuring an entry foyer with a large coat closet, a large living room, office space, dining table and sitting area furnished with a sofa and two plush arm chairs and a 42” LCD TV. The bedroom is furnished with a king size bed and connects to the master bathroom which has a separate shower and large soaking tub and double marble sinks. The bedroom affords guests a view of 16th Street. Each suite can connect to a Caroline Astor Suite with two double beds.
John Jacob Astor Suite, named after the founder of the original St. Regis, is a 1,040 square foot suite featuring a separate master bedroom with its own bathroom, a large living area that includes a dining area and additional powder room. Upgraded amenities include a 42” LCD TV in the sitting room, a sofa bed, separate shower, double marble sinks and a view of 16th Street.
Empire Suite is measures 1,380 square feet features an enormous main sitting room, adjoining private dining room that can seat up to ten with an attached butler pantry and separate entrance directly to the dining room, making it ideal for entertaining. The bedroom is furnished with a king size bed, while the oversized bathroom is accompanied by a separate dressing room, walk-in closet, soaking tub and stand alone shower. Other upgraded amenities include a 42” LCD TV in the sitting room, and separate parlor and powder room. The Empire Suite can connect to a Superior Room with King Bed.
Presidential Suite offers the largest accommodation in the hotel at 2,510 square feet. It features two entrances – one opens to the entrance foyer and the other provides direct access to the private dining room which can seat up to ten. The dining room has an attached butler pantry that features Sub-Zero appliances. The suite also has a huge main sitting room that has two fireplaces and ample seating. The master bedroom features a king size bed and an adjoining library that provides a more intimate space for small gatherings. Upgraded amenities include the 42” LCD TV, two dressing rooms, his and her bathrooms and powder room. The Presidential Suite can connect to a Superior King Room.
The St. Regis offers the standard amenities found in most Washington, DC hotels:
- Business Room
- Secretarial service
- Notary public service
- Photocopying service
- Desktop publishing
- Equipment rental
- Fax machines
- High speed internet access
- St. Regis Butler Service
- High speed internet access (USD 14.95 per day)
- In-room dining
- Champagne Sabering Ritual at 6pm during Fall and Winter and 5pm during Spring & Summer months
Adour offers French cuisine prepared by the talented executive chef Julien Jouhannaud. It is open for breakfast daily from 7am to 11am, dinner from Tuesday to Thursday from 5:30pm to 10pm and Saturday from 5:30pm to 10:30pm. It is worth noting that Adour at the St. Regis Washington, DC is a recipient of the 2011 AAA Four-Diamond Award and ranked as the 5th best restaurant in the Washington, DC Metropolitan Area by The Washingtonian Magazine in January 2011. It is a favorite of locals and visitors alike.
The St. Regis Bar is the premier cocktail lounge in Washington, DC and is the ideal location to mix and mingle with other guests. The St. Regis Bar also serves light fare for lunch and dinner.
Meetings and Events
The St. Regis Washington, DC boasts of the finest venues for corporate meetings and social functions and exemplary staff to assist in the planning and execution of every event, from the intimate to the elaborate.
Lobby Level Rooms
Salon: 958 square feet and can accommodate up to 100 people.
Chandelier: 1,518 square feet and can accommodate up to 200 people.
Astor Terrace: 2,052 square feet and can accommodate up to 200 people.
Astor Ballroom: 2,508 square feet and can accommodate up to 400 people.
Lower Lobby Level Rooms
Dogwood: 552 square feet and can accommodate up to 60 people.
Azalea: 648 square feet and can accommodate up to 70 people.
Magnolia: 1,368 square feet and can accommodate up to 150 people.
Carlton Ballroom: 1,664 square feet and can accommodate up to 200 people.
Weddings are made even more memorable and elegant at the St. Regis Washington, DC. The Astor Ballroom and Astor Terrace provide the perfect setting, the experienced staff provides the utmost care and attention to detail and the hotel’s Executive Chef prepares the most scrumptious wedding day cuisine based on the couple’s tastes.
The St. Regis Washington, DC is ideally located for traipsing around and experiencing the capital’s must-see destinations.
Arts and Culture
- National Geographic Society
- Renwick Gallery
- Corcoran Gallery of Art
- Washington Monument
- National Museum of Women in the Arts
- International Spy Museum
- Jefferson Memorial
- US Navy Memorial
- Smithsonian Institute
- Lincoln Memorial
- Mount Vernon Estate
- St. John Episcopal Church
- St. Paul Episcopal Church
- First Baptist Church
- St. Matthew Cathedral
- Luther Place Memorial
- George Washington University Hospital
- George Washington University
- Folger Shakespeare Library
- Vietnam Veterans Memorial
- Washington National Cathedral
- Georgetown University Medical Center
- Library of Congress
- Georgetown University
- Howard University
- Gallaudet University
- Children’s Hospital
- US Naval Academy
- The White House
- Supreme Court
- Capitol Hill
- US Capitol
- US Botanic Garden
- National Zoo
- Kings Dominion Amusement Park
- John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts
Stay at the St. Regis Washington, DC and get a taste for true luxury living.
St. Regis Washington, DC
923 16th and K Streets, NW
Telephone: (202) 638-2626
Fax: (202) 638-4231