Phoenix Park Hotel

520 North Capitol St NW, Washington DC, District of Columbia, 20001, United States
(3 star hotel)
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America's Center of Irish Hospitality

by written on May 12, 2007

I have not stayed here - I took the photo from the car, and edited out the post that was in the middle.

Unique Quality: According to the website, this was formerly known as the Commodore, and was renamed the Phoenix Park Hotel in 1982 by Irish-American entrepreneur, Daniel J. Coleman.

Amenities include: Concierge services, daily housekeeping and turndown services, High-Speed Internet access (wireless & LAN), in-room dining by Dubliner, fitness center, complimentary delivery of weekday newspaper and more...

There are 149 deluxe accommodations... including three penthouse suites and three bi-level suites. Each penthouse suite has a generous living room area, working fire place, mahogany dining room table, antiques and a well-appointed kitchen. The three bi-level suites feature a living room with a pull out sofa and a half bath on the first floor with a spiral staircase ascending to a deluxe king bedroom including a full bath on the second floor. These suites are truly unique and perfect for special occasions. Luxurious Irish linens, fine toiletries, custom-designed carpets and chandeliers from Ireland's most noted companies are used throughout. The rooms are equipped with two-line telephones with voice mail and data ports

# Irish cotton bath robes
# Iron and ironing board
# Bedside radio/alarm clock
# Two- speed hair dryer / 1600 watts
# 2 telephones/ 2 direct lines with voicemail
# Coffee maker
# Fully stocked refreshment center
# 32" Flat Screen TV with Cable and Pay-Per-View movies
# Same day laundry service
# 24 hour business office
# Fax and copy services
# Safety deposit at front desk
# Ice machine
# Room service from 7 a.m. until 11 p.m. provided by Dubliner
# Valet parking
# Umbrellas

Directions: One block from Union Station which houses the Metro and Train Station situated at the corner of North Capitol and F Street right across the street from the National Guard offices and the Postal Museum.

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Address: 520 North Capitol St NW, Washington DC, District of Columbia, 20001, United States

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Amenities at Phoenix Park Hotel

  • Restaurant
  • Wheelchair Accessible
  • Room Service
  • Fitness Center
  • Business Services
  • Suites
  • Bar / Lounge
  • Free High Speed Internet

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