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The Mayflower Renaissance Washington, DC Hotel
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1127 Connecticut Ave NW Washington, DC 20036
1127 Connecticut Ave NWUSDCWashington20036
(202) 347-3000marriott.com
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With matchless elegance highlighted by an abundance of modern conveniences, The Mayflower Renaissance Washington, DC Hotel lives up to its reputation as a historic landmark and luxury hotel in Washing
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Historic landmark near the White House boasting a chandeliered lobby with gold leaf accents.- Google
People talk about the white house, valet parking, high speed internet access, coffee and tea and chandeliers

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Gary Ryle
reviewed 5 months ago
We stayed here for a reception and dinner event. The food was awful! Bland tasteless chicken, undercooked frozen vegetables, poorly executed dessert. The table service was poor, either attempting to take plates away too soon, leaning over into conversations, elbows in my face while I am trying to eat. Our room was dirty, black hand prints on the back of the bathroom door. Toilet would barely flush, we thought it was going to flow over. No extra blankets or pillows. Questionable cleanliness of bed linens. At the reception, bar service was provided by the hotel. $12 for generic cheap liquor cocktails and $11 for cheap nasty wine. If you are going to charge premium rates for beverages, at least provide premium beverages. Common areas carpeting worn out, poorly cleaned. Overall I cannot give this hotel a positive recommendation. This is such a shame for a historic and once grand venue. I stayed here years ago and it was quite elegant. Too bad it is now such a poor venue for an event.
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Hiral Vala
reviewed 8 months ago
Booked the room a week in advance. Upon arriving, we were told two-bed room that we initially had booked was not available for the day. We insisted to check again for availability, they found room for us. Told it wasn't clean yet. We reached at the hotel at 2:30 pm, check in time was 3. Room wasn't given to us till after 4 pm. After long travel time, we were expecting to relax in the hotel but that did not happen. This took an hour away from sight seeing and the weather turned and started raining. In addition to poor service, cleanliness of the room was very poor. Bed sheets had stains and holes from which feathers were coming out of (quite messy). Inside the toilet bowl, there was a big permanent stain. Overall, very disappointed.
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Yuz Man
reviewed 11 months ago
This is a venerable old hotel, with the emphasis on old. The common areas - lobby, hallways, mezzanine, etc. are quite grand and tastefully appointed. However, the room we stayed in is sorely in need of updating. AC unit ran with a loud annoying RUMBLE - couldn't sleep soundly. I woke up every time the compressor kicked on. I turned the thermostat off but the unit wouldn't shut down. I finally had to unplug it. Security chain is the old fashioned kind without the spring clip which keeps the chain firmly anchored into the track. A state trooper showed me years ago how that sort of simple chain can be easily defeated (after I was robbed in a Motel years ago). No in-room safe. Toilet tank ran constantly. That sort of thing. Again - a beautiful old building but any building be it residential, commercial or hospitality, will show it's age. This hotel needs to be updated. I found staff and service to be very polite and accommodating.
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Monica Siah
reviewed 8 months ago
I LOVED THIS HOTEL. Came here for business and stayed for about a week. Everyone was so friendly and professional. The hotel was clean and in a great area. Not really near any malls, but there are some places you can walk to like Victoria Secret, Gap and Dress Barn. Was a great location for any Management Concepts classes. Gym is open 24/7 with free water and headphones. it's wonderful! The food is good, but pricey. I found that just going out and coming back with food was better! Bed was sooooo comfortable. Definately would reccommend. I'll be back in September & can't wait!
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al kess
reviewed 10 months ago
We stayed 4 nights at this hotel. Myself and my father. We both got a single King size bed room. He was on the 3rd floor, myself on the 4th. The desk agent seemed different after he saw we booked on Expedia which we both thought was odd. His room was updated and bigger even though we both had the same type of room. Mine was dirty, internet cable was frayed and lacked features his had. My bathroom had hair on the bathroom floor. I called and complained only for them to send up someone to clean it. (They didn't clean it well enough) Internet is $16 a day! Insane rate. Valet is $50 per overnight ($200 total for 4 nights). DO NOT get the buffet in the Edgar restaurant downstairs. They don't tell you the buffer charge is $25! Breakfast for the both of us was over $50! I wouldn't stay at this hotel again. We spent around $300 for parking, internet and food in the hotel restaurant on top of our room rates. There's better options in the city. Take your money elsewhere.
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أحمد النجار
reviewed a year ago
is nice hotel but l think the servic in the resturant at breakfast time is apeak because the mayority of orders are very late delivery for clintes...