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1127 Connecticut Ave NW Washington, DC 20036
1127 Connecticut Avenue NorthwestUSDistrict of ColumbiaWashington20036
(202) 347-3000marriott.com
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The Mayflower Renaissance Washington, D.C., Hotel lives up to its reputation as a historic landmark and Dupont Circle luxury hotel with unmatched elegance highlighted by an abundance of modern conveni
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Rooms & suites in an iconic 1925 venue with a luxe lobby, a refined bar/restaurant & a fitness room.- Google
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Judy Landers
2 weeks ago
My husband and I just stayed here as it was our honeymoon and we know that all Marriott properties our nice. The Mayflower Renaissance far exceeded our expectations. From the moment we pulled up to the hotel until we sadly had to leave, the hospitality was impeccable! We will definitely be coming back to this property to celebrate our 1 year anniversary as we would not even consider anything else. Hats off to management and staff for making this a memory we shall never forget! Thanks again for your warm hospitality! Judy and Stuart
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Rebecca King
5 months ago
I was so excited to go with my husband who had to attend a conference there for work. A little couple's getaway. The lobby was gorgeous and the staff was friendly. Now for the rest...We are accustomed to staying with the Hilton chain. There Hampton line is great for family trips and as a couple we often get great rates on the garden inns for couple's getaways. For those who have been to the Hilton you know that the lobby always has warm cookies, tea and coffee there for you without a fee. I was so disappointed when there was NOTHING to greet me in the way of refreshments when I went to the check in counter. Then there was the poor quality of our room including the dead fly stuck to the ceiling, stained pillow cases, dirty sticky carpet, cold drafty room, noisy to the point of me not sleeping for three days (I am no princess I can sleep almost anywhere), no wifi (unless you want to pay for it) and no continental breakfast unless you want to pay $30. each. The room was expensive enough (double what the Hilton would cost) more then $600. for 3 days. I would not recommend this hotel. I am glad I did not have to pay for it.
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cassy willich
6 months ago
Keep in mind, I grew up in a small town in Virginia, and another small town in Florida. My experiences in D.C. is limited, and the parking routine at a hotel in the city is pretty foreign to me. I stayed here during an interview in D.C. and the hotel overall is amazing, very clean, beautiful rooms, and great location. Great trip overall. UNTIL I go to checkout. They had my mini bar charges up to $150. Never opened the mini bar. Ok harmless mistake. I look at my parking bill. it was OVER $350. I said, WAIT...When I pulled up to the hotel, there was no sign explaining the cost of parking. The guy took my keys, I asked how much and he just smiled and said "have a nice day". I'm like Ok, I guess it's complimentary and part of the hotel cost. Nope. I lost it. I asked the manager, who was no help. Refused to admit there was no sign outside. I walked her out front to show there was no sign and she said "well it's supposed to be out here." Meanwhile the foreign parking/valet drives are whispering about me "of course it's not free" "how could you not know that" "stupid b*tch"... Oh well I'm sorry, I'm clearly not as sophisticated as you. SO DISRESPECTFUL. I was enraged after leaving. I've never been treated that way in my entire life.
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熊伟
7 months ago
The valet parking guy bumped my wheel on the curve but pretended nothing happened. The most ridiculous thing was that when I found the damage and reported to their "parking manager", they not only denied their fault but also changed their initial inspection record. I never expected them to call back as they promised after i filled out a report which I found the copy sheet in the back had been written by so many people. They just have no credibility , totally disappointed.
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Janet Costigan
2 months ago
Honestly, I didn't stay here. I went to a conference that was located at this hotel. In the conference email, we were advised to use valet parking since it was limited in this area. I'm not accustomed to using valet especially for a (to me) steep $28 charge. But nonetheless, my company had agreed to reimburse me the cost. At the end of the night (around 9PM when nobody else was retrieving a car), I had to wait a half an hour for my car. The worst part was when I approached the valet attendant, he corrected me in saying "You have not waited a half an hour, you have waited 25 minutes which is the standard waiting time." What??? Seriously, that's the standard waiting time and you're really using a 5-minute window to correct me? I could have walked a couple miles to get my car in the amount of time I waited. I think what bothered me the most was the aggressive response to my requesting my car which I believed to be completely validated. I was so annoyed, I didn't tip. Which I kinda felt bad afterwards. I'm hoping this was an isolated issue.
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Brionne Griffin
5 months ago
A great place to host your company's meeting or conference. It's a legendary, if not infamous DC hotel that will undoubtedly impress your guests. Despite its high brow status, the staff is very friendly and down to earth.
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Gigi Swift
9 months ago
The room was fine size wise but everywhere you looked there was tacky decrepitude. Peeling wall paper. Rusty appliances. Dirt in the corner of the bathroom. A hair on the bathtub. Couldn't check in when I walked in because their systems were down for maintenance.
Elaine Wells
11 months ago
Beautiful, welcoming, and comfortable are my words to describe the 3 nights we stayed with my daughter and her family. Our rooms were "adjoining" so easily shared our 3 grandchildren from one spacious room to another. The staff was professional, helpful and treated us like royalty. The dining room was extremely convenient with excellent food, priced similar to every other restaurant in the area, with a very nice children's menu. We rode the subway to the Smithsonian on a rainy day and walked to everything else on the sunny day. We parked in a garage across the street for $25 per day. I look forward to staying there again.
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