Through the end of 2012, you can enjoy luxurious accommodations with affordable weekend rates starting at $235 (plus tax) including Virtuoso’s rich amenities:
- Generous $100 Food & Beverage Credit can be used at CityZen, Washington D.C.’s only five- diamond restaurant (for the last five consecutive years). Chef Ziebold’ s tantalizing contemporary-American menu is both ambitious and accessible, with charming comfort-food touches. My personal favorite is the affordable, three-course tasting menu available only at the bar, it will not disappoint!
- Buffet breakfast in Sou’Wester or continental breakfast via in-room-dining.
- Early check-in/late check-out
- Upgrade to next available category (We do our best to confirm prior to arrival)
Mandarin Oriental Washington D.C. is ideally situated for both leisure and business travelers, we are less than five miles from Ronald Reagan National Airport and our garden’s private footbridge brings you to the Jefferson Memorial and Tidal Basin in ten minutes. The largest museum complex in the world, The Smithsonian is an easy ten-minute walk from our front door.
Free entrance for all and open almost every day, closed on December 25 only.
The only Forbes Four-Star spa in the city, The Spa at Mandarin Oriental Washington D.C. offers an oasis of holistic therapy for the body, mind and spirit. We have no resort fee! Guests can use the gym, spa heat experiences or swim laps in the 50-ft.indoor heated pool with no extra charge.
Tai Pan Club rooms are located on our top two floors, offering the most inspiring views unmatched by any other luxury hotel in Washington D.C. Guests enjoy numerous privileges, exclusive access to the Club Lounge, featuring a private concierge, bar, lounge, breakfast, gourmet offerings through-out the day including house cocktails and appetizers every evening.