Our Review of Mandarin Oriental, Washington D.C.:
Contemporary grand hotel overlooking the Tidal Basin near the Jefferson Memorial, the Washington Monument and Capitol Hill. The 400 rooms and suites blend an Asian aesthetic with traditional style. Accommodations provide Chinese marble baths with soaking tubs and separate glass-walled showers; suites include separate living areas. Relaxed Muze restaurant offers an Asian-inspired menu in a setting affording waterside views; Empress Lounge serves cocktails, light fare and afternoon tea. A tranquil 10,500-square-foot spa has eight treatment rooms, a sauna, a steam room and a cold plunge pool. Guests also enjoy a 50-foot indoor swimming pool and a fully equipped fitness center featuring private yoga and exercise classes.
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Rates for Mandarin Oriental, Washington D.C.
Deluxe Room, from $550; Executive Water View Suite, from $735.These published rates, in US dollars, serve only as a guideline for travel planning and may vary based on season, currency exchange rates and other factors. The latest rates, including preferred Andrew Harper rates, are available to our subscribers booking online, directly with the hotels or through the Andrew Harper Travel Office. When booking direct, always provide your Andrew Harper subscriber number. Subscriber benefits are available only in conjunction with Andrew Harper rates.
Mandarin Oriental, Washington D.C. Information
- Airport transfers
- Children welcome
- Fitness center
- Room service