Renaissance Washington, DC Hotel

999 Ninth St NW, Washington DC, District of Columbia, 20001, United States
(4 star hotel)
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Very nice

Best (5.0 of 5.0 stars)
by written on March 9, 2007

Huge and roomy, clean complete with water falls, floating paino's on water. Indoor shopping, marble floors, all rooms are suites. Located fairly close to attraction sites but more so clubs downtown. Close to China town as well. China town has been completely revised and cleaned up.

Unique Quality: Huge and roomy, clean complete with water falls, floating paino's on water. Indoor shopping, marble floors, all rooms are suites.

Directions: China Town, Clubs, and 15 minutes from the Smithsonian and Lincoln center. Not far from CIA building about 20 minutes.

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Renaissance Hotel

Good (3.0 of 5.0 stars)
by written on January 10, 2007

Renaissance Hotel (Washington, D.C.)

999 9th Street, NW, Washington DC 20001-4427 * 202-289-0947 *
In the heart of Washington D.C. - between the White House and the Capital, opposite the Washington Convention Center, near Chinatown, Smithsonian, Museum of Modern Art - stands the Renaissance Hotel, a contemporary, 16-story hotel with over 800 guest rooms, 13 suites, and 156 rooms in a dedicated Renaissance Club Tower. 10,000 sq ft fitness center, indoor swimming/lap pool, state of the art exercise equipment, steam room, aerobics classes, massage. Florentine restaurant, Presidents Sports Bar, Lobby Bar, Starbucks in hotel lobby. Meeting and Banquet facilities. Very elegant hotel, nice comfortable rooms, and a bed so comfortable it'll coaxe you to sleep. At $188/night, this hotel is curtailed to the rich - they charge $9.99 for internet service (noon to noon, not 24 hours unless you start the service at noon), no complimentary breakfast or amenities (unless you are a premiere tower club member), and you pay for everything extra. In my opinion, hotels like that are a rip-off. But if your rich, and are looking for places to throw your money away at, here's your place - its comfy, elegant, friendly staff, clean rooms, and a place for the elite. Rating: 3 stars out of 5. (unless you're wealthy with $$ to blow, then 5 out of 5) Visited 1/8-11/2007. Re-visited 2/20-23/2008 (They also charge a deposit of $100 for incidentals. What incidentals? the $5.00 bottled water on the table? the pay-per-view movies? Geez. ) Location is good however. Great views from the upper floors.

Unique Quality: None.

Directions: corner of 9th and New York. Across from Washington D.C. Conference Center.

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Address: 999 Ninth St NW, Washington DC, District of Columbia, 20001, United States

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