The St. Regis Washington, D.C.

  • 923 16th and K Streets, N.W.
  • Washington,
  • District of Columbia
  • 20006
  • United States
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Rooms & Rates

  • For stays longer than 90 nights, please call 866-539-3446.
  • You can only book up to 550 days in advance.
  • Please double-check your dates.
1 Room 1 Rooms , 1 Adult 1 Adults , 1 Child 0 Children
Rated 4.2 out of 5 by 261 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Home away from Home I stay here whenever I am in DC, which is about once a month. They always make me feel welcome and give me a platinum upgrade when available. I have actually checked out of other DC hotels and checked in here because nothing else measures up. April 29, 2015
Rated 5 out of 5 by Class Facility in the heart of everything Great property just a few blocks from the White House. Staff was top notch. Rooms comfortably appointed. Very clean. Great stay, would do it again. April 20, 2015
Rated 5 out of 5 by Perfect Romantic getaway I wanted to enjoy a romantic weekend with my husband and I chose the St. Regis. I loved the hotel decor and the ambience. The staff was kind and professional and treated me like a Queen. March 30, 2015
Rated 5 out of 5 by Travel to the Gilded Age A very serene and elegant old world hotel that is neither dated nor gaudy. Service is efficient, slightly cool but not pretentious. The tone of your stay is set the moment you walk into the airy chandelled lobby, appointed in silk velvets, damasked shantung, antiqued gold, and exotic woods. Halls are well lighted and done in friendly buttered tones. The "old money" ascetic continues into the guest rooms but there you come back to the reality of that this is an SPG property. The bath room is wonderful but small and the bath products are the same Bliss you find at W Hotels just in a fry fru package. And they get very low marks for not updating for 2015 tech. No plug by the bed!! Having the morning paper hanging on your door each morning is a lovely touch. The dining room is not as over priced as you might expect but the food is standard bad hotel fare. There us an array of personal service available protocol is not explained to mere mortals and becomes intimidating. March 3, 2015
Rated 5 out of 5 by This is a great hotel I had a great stay. the only minor problems involved a lamp which was not properly plugged-in and a hall door-latch which had one brass screw missing, which I could not repair, I am sorry that I forgot to tell this to the front office manage, who did a great job fining a larger suite for me. Other than that I could find no problems. I enjoy finding problems and fixing things with my Swiss army knife, January 8, 2015
Rated 5 out of 5 by Wonderful Stay I travel to DC frequently and always stay at Starwoods Hotels. This stay at the ST Regis was particularly wonderful as I had a broken R wrist that needed to be iced frequently and consequently had frequent contact with the staff who were all very accommodating and exceptionally nice. The rooms are large and well appointed and the location near the White House can't be beat! There was a lovely send off and a get well card by all of the staff from the restaurant staff to the two front desk agents Cristina and Victoria as well as the concierge and valets . Couldn't have been more pleased and will be back soon! December 5, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Breakfast Do have the pancakes,and the corned beef hash. December 4, 2014
Rated 1 out of 5 by Not luxury as advertised After a so-so visit in June 2014 I thought I would give this hotel another try. What a mistake! Internet was down in the entire property. restaurant was closed for the weekend since it was slow. No turndown service. A phone I'm my room was broken. Several of the tv stations listed on the printed and on-screen guides were wrong (as they were six months ago), I had a cheap plastic toilet seat that did not fit properly, candy in the candy dish was very old and inedible, the mattress was long overdue for replacement, the shower was 1950's style (and not luxurious like cheaper Starwood Hotel brands) and the ironing board that I requested for my room looked like it belonged in a homeless shelter (last time I checked that were about $15). LUXURY HOTEL are you kidding? An embarrassment to the St. Regis name. December 1, 2014
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