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All reviews m street industrial building four seasons wisconsin ave east wing lobby lounge boutique hotel potomac river boutique feel living room corner suite upgraded to a suite location is great rooms are comfortable common areas valet parking georgetown
Today it is so easy to forget when a job is done well. From beginning to end my stay here was excellent and I was made to feel welcome. Its the little things, like a call to inquire if you will need your car before...More
I travel a lot for work and I would put the positive energy and friendly nature of the employees of this hotel up against any other I have ever stayed in. Doors are opened for you, no one is sitting around as everyone always seems...More
Thank Matt B
Response from KiaraA121, Manager at The Ritz-Carlton Georgetown, Washington, D.C.Responded 2 weeks ago
Greetings Matt B, we are delighted to have been your chosen hotel during your recent stay in Washington. It was truly a pleasure to serve you. We appreciate your business and value your honest feedback. Your comments have been shared with the hotel team as...More
We were in DC to have dinner with a relative and chose the Ritz for our lodging since we heard it is nice and we had not stayed there previously. From the moment we arrived we were pleasantly smothered with personalized attention and felt very...More
I just love this property. It’s not a typical Ritz Carlton but more of a really cool
boutique hotel. The building is the original incinerator of Georgetown complete with chimney. Service is very personalised in this intimate environment. The lobby is cozy with a crackling...More
This was a memorable stay in that this hotel commands a great location in a historic area and it is well cared for by attentive and pleasant staff. Every hotel employee we encountered is an asset to that hotel and are responsible for making it...More
Along quiet South Street in the Georgetown area of Washington, D.C. you'll find one of the most recognizable luxury hotels in Georgetown, The Ritz-Carlton Georgetown, Washington, D.C. We sit …Moreinside of a converted industrial building rooted in history. Our hotel is one of the few boutique hotels in the world to feature a soaring brick smokestack, which is truly unique, and the experience that guests have here is clearly captivating. Explore the nation’s capital from its heart and soul - Georgetown and our Georgetown hotel. Less
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Response from EmmaPeele | Reviewed this property |
The hotel is in the heart of Georgetown which is a very lovely walk-able area with shops, restaurants and nightlife. To get to the Mall/museum area metros the easiest but years ago when the Metro was first proposed the... More
The hotel is in the heart of Georgetown which is a very lovely walk-able area with shops, restaurants and nightlife. To get to the Mall/museum area metros the easiest but years ago when the Metro was first proposed the residents of Georgetown wanted none of it so the closest stop is Foggy Bottom. You can walk to it but it is a healthy walk maybe 15 minutes but it is a fun walk through historic Georgetown and across rock Creek Park to Foggy Bottom. The problem would be coming home from a day of walking museums the wlak from the metro to your hotel would be extra tiring.
If you want easy access to Metro a better bet for a hotel of that caliber would be the Mayflower, where I have also stayed and really enjoyed (actually better than the Georgetown Ritz) or the downtown Ritz which I have not been to so I would suggest reading the reviews. I know for a while a few years back that Ritz was really sliding downhill but I believe it has had a renovation. Both of these hotels are also Marriott properties if you have a preference.
If you stay closer to the metro definitely take the short cab ride to Georgetown, it should be part of any trip to DC. Aslo, if you have Uber it works very well in DC, much cheaper, cleaner and better than DC cabs.
Enjoy your visit!