Trips to D.C. are a regular thing depending on if it’s business related, or a weekend away from whatever city. I tend to mix both lately. If you’ve never been, you’ll want to see the monuments and historical sites but if you know your way around, you need a comfortable location to relax, unwind, eat, and shop. That is where Park Hyatt Washington D.C. comes in.
The location of Park Hyatt is great for walking to Georgetown, exploring West End, or even taking an Uber to the museums and monuments. My favorite was the SoulCycle around the corner, and closeness of the location in Georgetown, too. I need to work on getting back on the bike so I can tap it back and have a good time working out.
The hotel property itself is undeniable. I am not much of a chain hotel person but this one is worth it. Book the Junior Suite City View room, if possible. It is spacious, comfortable, and best of all… quiet.
You walk into the living room after the foyer (complete with hooks for raincoats/jackets/coats). The modern room includes a desk (for working or writing a blog), a few chairs, and a lounge. The tall windows are great for looking out at the street below, or maybe the Fairmont and WWF.
Anyone who has stayed at a Park Hyatt can attest to the fact the bedding is beyond words. I would like to have it all shipped to me because it makes for such a great slumber.
The bathroom. First, let’s start with the shower (complete with a mirror). So many things I could say here but the multiple shower heads mean you will get squeaky clean and unwind at the same time. The bathtub is big and spacious. Perfect for bath bombs or any type of relaxing Epsom salt. Both of which, I enjoyed after hard workout sessions.
The amenities included Le Labo products which are lovely and moisturizing for body and hair.