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Mandarin Oriental, Washington D.C.

586 reviews
+1 202-554-8588

Top Amenities

Free Wifi
Pets Allowed
Fitness Center

Mandarin Oriental Washington D.C. – A Luxurious Stay in the Heart of the City

What Do the Rooms Include?

Enjoy the classic luxury of the Mandarin Oriental's guest rooms, which feature pillow-top mattresses, down comforters, DVD and CD players, teak furnishings, marble baths, blackout curtains, and turn-down services. Wake up to free newspaper service at your door.

What Amenities/Features Does the Mandarin Oriental Offer?

Guests are spoiled with the hotel’s 50-foot indoor lap pool, fitness center with optional personal trainers and yoga classes, and health spa offering an array of massage and beauty treatments. Muse restaurant provides spectacular views of the Jefferson Memorial and the Potomac alongside Asian-inspired dishes. After dinner, enjoy a signature cocktail in one of Empress Lounge’s plush armchairs. Awaken your creative side in the hotel’s art gallery with rotating exhibits.

What Are the Room Rates at Mandarin Oriental?

Luxury comes at a price. Expect to pay $395 a night at this Washington, D.C., hotel.

What’s There To Do Nearby?

The hotel is located within walking distance of everything you’ll want to see in Washington, D.C., from the Smithsonian to the monuments to Capitol Hill. There is also a subway stop nearby.

Is the Hotel Family Friendly?

Children are welcomed to the hotel with the gift of a plush animal to cuddle with during their stay. Cribs can be placed in rooms as well as video game consoles. The hotel also offers babysitting services (for a fee) so parents can enjoy a night on the town. The hotel also has a special guide of kid-friendly tourist attractions.

What’s the Bottom Line?

Not many hotels in Washington, D.C., will spoil you like the Mandarin Oriental. The hotel is a retreat amongst the hustle and bustle of the nation’s capital. 

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South West
1330 Maryland Ave, SW
Washington, DC 20024
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User Highlights
Overall Guest Score
"Facility is spotless" "Gorgeous decor"
92% thought the building was wonderful.
100% enjoyed the lobby entrance.
"Very attentive staff" "One driver was excellent"
96% found the staff to be very friendly.
Only 58% thought the service was professional.
"Close to main attractions" "The proximity to the National Mall"
96% liked the proximity to sightseeing.
78% liked the proximity to shopping.
Wellness Area
"Very good service from the spa staff"
"Window was a true bonus" "Amazing amenities"
70% thought the view was good.
88% said the beds were comfortable.
"No complimentary breakfast" "Closed for breakfast"
"Swimming pool was nice" "Pool is small"
Value for money
"Overpriced drinks" "Don't like the prices of spa"
50% thought it was adequately priced.
The price was ok for 60%.
"Internet didn't work"
50% thought it was adequately priced.

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Great view
Wonderful sightseeing
Friendly service
Impressive bathroom
Expert Reviews
This fabulously luxurious hotel is just a short walk from the National Mall and Smithsonian museums, a quick cab ride to the Capitol, and a Metro stop away from other parts of town.
Asian accents, an impressive art collection in the public areas... and beds so comfortable they make you want to ignore your wake-up call all set a standard of sophisticated luxury.
Forbes Travel Guide
A view of the water is rather unusual for a hotel in Washington, D.C. but Mandarin Oriental boasts an impressive one of the Tidal Basin, the southwest waterfront and the Jefferson Memorial.