Mandarin Oriental, Washington D.C. - District of Columbia - Asian Spa Pampering is the Signature of a Tidal Basin Hotel Just Steps from the National Mall
The Mandarin Oriental, Washington D.C. is located at 1330 Maryland Avenue, SW just steps away from the Tidal Basin and the Jefferson Memorial at the National Mall in the heart of the nation's capital. The hotel is just a short walk from scores of monuments, museums and theaters as well as diverse restaurants and name brand shopping.
The 347 rooms and 53 suites range in size, starting at a minimum of 395 square feet up to the largest residence, the Presidential Suite, with 3,512 square feet of living space.
A large outdoor garden looks out onto the marina at the Tidal Basin.
The Mandarin Oriental, Washington D.C., like other Mandarin Oriental hotels, has a Spa that fuses Asian traditional and western techniques in its treatments and environments offered. Wooden walls and floors line the eight treatment rooms that are decorated in earth tones. Saunas and pools as well as relaxation and meditation rooms are found at the Spa. Six types of full massage are practiced as well as body and facial treatments and work to the hands and feet. Relaxation journeys and ritual treatments are available as well. Spa packages are available as well as a menu of individual services. Yearly membership at the Spa and fitness Center is also available.
There is also a 50 foot long swimming Pool and a Fitness Center with personal trainers and private yoga lessons available upon request.
The Tai Pan rooms have immediate free access to the fitness center as well as an exclusive club lounge with a fully equipped bar and buffet breakfast and preferential rates on some of the Spa treatments.
Other workouts are nearby with tennis, jogging and golfing facilities all immediate to the hotel grounds as is the Tidal Basin Boat House.
For dining there are two in house fine restaurant options with City Zen offering Award winning American food while the Asia inspired MoZu restaurant is also on the premises. The Empress Bar overlooking the outdoor garden serves afternoon pastries as well as a menu of other light fare.
The Mandarin Oriental, Washington D.C. contains seven meeting rooms for diverse functions with a full business center to support meetings and conferences as needed. An ample diversity of technical set ups are available from the hotel to meet most of the possible business technology needs.
There is also a gallery on the premises with rotating art exhibitions and two ballrooms for weddings and social events. The Grand Ballroom alone covers 8,300 square feet. These event venues have a separate entrance from the hotel entrance and cover a total area of 38,000 square feet.
For on site weddings a hotel wedding coordinator is available to plan the event while packages for wedding guest accommodations and for honeymoons are available as well as other group rates.
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