The Ritz-Carlton Georgetown, Washington, D.C.
5 star hotel
3100 South St, NW,
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Our take on The Ritz-Carlton Georgetown, Washington, D.C.
The story of the Ritz-Carlton Georgetown is akin to the ugly duckling becoming a graceful swan: once a refuse incinerator, the hotel is now a treasure. The 130-foot-high smokestack reminds you of the building's history, and the theme is burned throughout the hotel: check out Fahrenheit, the restaurant, and Degree's, the bar where you'll find the Fahrenheit 5 Martini. Exposed brick adds an urban loft appeal, and everywhere you look is just pure class. Guest rooms are spacious, and drop-dead gorgeous. Views are either of the Virginia skyline, Potomac River or the Georgetown district in which the hotel is located. You can't lose with odds like that. Bathrooms are limestone and slate, with separate soaker tubs and showers. There are a variety of suites, including the Ambassador Suite with views of Georgetown, a separate living area and study, plus a formal dining area and pantry. Why are you still reading? You should already be enjoying the Ritz-Carlton Georgetown.
Insider Tips on the Best Rooms at this Hotel
South St. isn't very busy, so complaints of street noise are rare. However, you can request a room on floor 5, just in case.
Rooms with a View
There aren't any views of the water from the hotel, but the view from the front of the hotel facing South St. is of Grace Church and Georgetown.
A few of the rooms facing the front of the hotel and Georgetown are Premiere rooms, but most are suites.
Sorry, street view is unavailable for this hotel.
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Standard Deluxe rooms have street views, and you can see more of the city from higher floors. However, the hotel is in a busy area and a street view won't be as quiet as a courtyard view.