The Ritz-Carlton, Washington DC is located at 1150 22nd Street, NW, offering three hundred guest rooms which include 32 suites, a concierge floor and a Sports Club. Ten rooms specifically cater to guests with limited mobility.
The hotel underwent a thorough renovation in 2008 for a cost to $12 million. At the center of the hotel is a multi-tiered Japanese Garden with small waterfalls. Some rooms have views of this courtyard while others view monuments and the city outside.
The hotel is located just outside of the historic Georgetown neighborhood, just a few minutes walk from the Foggy Bottom Metro Station.
All of the guest rooms include the amenities that the modern business or leisure traveler expects, including a complimentary morning newspaper, high speed internet access and a separate soaking tub and shower area. Sixty five of the rooms and suites have full club level access to the Club Lounge and free use of the pool at the Sports Club/LA.
At the Club Lounge, on the ninth floor, food and drinks are available throughout the day.
The Sports Club/LA is next door, with direct hotel access, filling 100,000 square feet with state of the art fitness equipment. Children under age 16 are only permitted in the pool on Sundays between the hours of 11 AM and 3 PM. The Sports Club pool charges daily access for visitors without club level privileges. The club hosts a spa with full body and facial treatments available as well as a variety of massage options. More than 100 group classes are offered throughout the week. The club is open from 5:30 AM until 11 pm on weekdays with shorter weekend hours. The club closes on major national holidays.
The hotel business center is equipped with computers as well as printing and copying facilities and networking capacity within and between rooms.
Chef Eric Ripert's West End Bistro is the fine dining restaurant of the Ritz-Carlton Washington DC, offering American style cuisine with fresh seasonable ingredients, often with life music as a backdrop to dining. The restaurant serves lunch and dinner on weekends and is exclusively open for dinner and drinks on the weekend.
Three meals a day are available seven days a week at the Lobby Caf, and The Bar also has a menu of light fare.
The hotel has the largest D.C. luxury ballroom measuring 10, 586 feet as well as several other spaces for private social events and business meetings and conferences. For wedding planning the hotel offers in-house staff to help with customized planning of the event.
Regular hotel check in is 3 PM and check out time is 12 noon. Cancellations of reserved rooms are requested by noon on the day prior to arrival in order to not be subject to costs.
The hotel allows for pets and also has parking facilities with daily or overnight charges. The Ritz-Carlton Washington DC is located only 10 minutes from the Reagan National Airport. Two professional golf courses are found only 20 minutes from the hotel.