Starting Rate: $541 Priced recently for May 14 - May 18, 2017
Since 1850, the Willard has epitomized Washington luxury hotels and remains a destination for the worlds power brokers and visitors drawn to the nations capital. The hotel is charming and sophisticated, situated in a coveted location: just two blocks from the White House and National Mall. Revered by locals and guests, the Round Robin remains a lively meeting place since the days of Abraham Lincoln. After a busy day in D.C., enjoy a relaxing treatment at the Red Door Spa.
Check In: 4:00 PM
Check Out: 11:00 AM
Year Opened: 1901
Time Zone: GMT
Discover a truly authentic bistro experience where traditional French food fuses with a modern, casual atmosphere in the heart of the nation's capital. Caf du Parc has a one of a kind menu enhanced by the use of locally grown produce and culinary creativ
Located just off Peacock Alley, the Crystal Room features fluted pillars and striking columns, dazzling crystal chandeliers and sconces reflect its turn of the century opulence.
The Willards Grand Ballroom with its buttercup yellow, pale blue, and soft green hues, beveled mirrors, crystal chandeliers, and beautifully hand-painted landscape.
Upper portion of the Peacock Lounge provides a small reception area for cocktail parties.
Located off of Peacock Alley, the Peacock Lounge provided an excellent location as a Pre-event reception held in the Crystal Ballroom, located across the hallway or indepentently works will with small dinners or business meetings.
Overlooking Pennsylvania Avenue, the Nest offers a beautiful location for the small intimate social affair, dinner, or reception. The room is often used for breakfasts or lunches or provides a private location for that Bridal tea or rehearsal dinner.
Located on the Ballroom level of the hotel, the Buchanan pairs well with the Pierce room offering an alternative location for meals and other breaks. Used as a compliment to the Grand Ballroom and Pierce room allowing space for the larger gala events.
Located on the Ballroom level of the hotel the Filmore room offers a private location for the small boardmeeting or breakout.
Located on the Ballroom Level, offers perfect location for small board meeting or location for a small breakout for a larger program.
Beautiful mahagony-walled meeting room, located on the Ballroom Level of the hotel. Often paired with the Buchanan Room, this space works well for meetings, and dinners and receptions.
Located on the Ballroom level, offers a private location for meetings and small social events.
Sunlit filled room, perfect for small meeting or intimate social event.
Small meeting room located on the second floor adjacent to the Douglas room, offers an option for breakouts or private dining and breaks.
Located on the 2nd floor, this meeting room can accommodate 28 people Hollow square, or a banquet up to 60 people. Conveniently located centrally in the hotel with easy access to guest room floors.
Located on the 2nd floor, this room resembles a private suite. Guests are greeted by an entrance foyer, followed by an oval parlor overlooking Pennsylvania Avenue. Perfect for the small executive board dinner or meeting.
Washington DC's most premier event space. Located off of Peacock Alley, this room is perfect for the high level dinner, reception, or social event. With its chandaliers, high ceilings and elegant panelling this room is unmatched in the city.
Located between The Occidental Grill and The Willard.
Located on the 2nd floor. Ideal for small group meetings or receptions.
Located on the 2nd floor. Ideal for small to medium size groups and receptions. Can connect to Chase for additional space.
Located on the 2nd floor. Ideal for small to medium sized meetings and receptions. Connects to Hughes room for additional space.
Located on the 2nd Floor. Ideal for small to medium sized groups or receptions. Connects to the Holmes room for additional space.
Fitness center on-site
Pentagon City has over 170 stores under one roof and it is the nearest Mall to DC
Bloomingdale's, Sack's,Lord and Taylor are just a few of the stores you will find in this area.
Books,Christmas Ornaments and items inspired by the history of the White House
Knitted designs(alpaca,prima cotton) by artists from the Andes
Over 100 High end stores
Tiny Jewel Box boasts four floors of shopping decadence each with its own unique identity.The first floor holds stunning engagement and wedding rings from premier designers including Mark Patterson, Jack Kelege, and Michael Bondanza. Also on the first flo
Public course is in East Potomac Park Golf Course & Driving Range (202) 554-7660, The holes are straight and flat. There is an 18-hole course, plus two nine-hole courses, one of them all par 3s. All are beginner-friendly
Start the day at Arlington Cemetery to see the changing of the guard which takes place every hour. Visit the John F Kennedy grave and from Arlington go to the Washington Cathedral finished in 1912, and designed by Pierre Charles l'Enfant. From the Cathedr
Start the day with a visit to Old Town Alexandria that dates back to the 1700s. It was there that tobacco was traded in Virginia. It is now surrounded by architectural heritage. Then take a tour of George Washington's estate, Mount Vernon.
Walk along the National Mall, discover all the monuments like the Lincoln Memorial, Reflecting Pool, WWII memorial, the Washington Monument and the Jefferson Memorial.
Lincoln was shot in Ford's Theatre and subsequently died across the street at the Peterson House. Tours are conducted daily from 10am to4pm. Tickets are available at the Box Office
Run or walk around the National Mall. It stretches for over 2 miles/3 km from the Lincoln Memorial on the western border to the Capitol on the east. Just 10 minutes away from the Willard. The Mall is where most of the Smithsonian Museums and Memorials are
Dollars bills are printed at the Bureau of Printing and Engraving. Tour tickets are given out at 8am daily but we can arrange these for you.
Tip: Lines are long, to avoid them, see the Concierge for special issued tickets. Museum of WW II genocide.
Tip: Make sure you buy your tickets beforehand as you cannot purchase the tickets on board. You can get your tickets from the Concierge desk. The Old Town Trolley tour has been designed to provide you with a bird's eye view of Washington DC. The trolle
All to do with the world of spying. A mixture of the FBI and James Bond. See the Concierge for tickets to avoid the lines. You will need about 2 hours to explore the musem
This is the tallest stone structure in the world and it has great views from the top. Tickets are given out every day at 8am. We can arrange for someone to obtain the tickets for you. The Elevator goes up and down every 15 minutes, remember to take you ca
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