Hotel Review: Thompson Washington D.C.

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The Thompson Washington D.C. is the newest full service Hyatt property in Washington D.C. The hotel is located in the up and coming Navy Yard area, which is right by the Washington Nationals stadium, and has tons of restaurants and bars nearby. As the property had recently opened just a few weeks ago, it was pretty quiet this past weekend.

The Thompson Washington D.C. has 225 guest rooms and suites and recently and is a World of Hyatt Category 5 property, meaning free night awards start at 20,000 points per night.

As a Globalist, I was welcomed upon check-in by a friendly front desk agent, and informed I was upgraded to a Corner King guest room.

a building with glass windows

Thompson Washington D.C. exterior

a bed in a room

Thompson Washington D.C. corner king guest room

a room with a bed and a window

Thompson Washington D.C. corner king guest room

a tray with food items on it

Thompson Washington D.C. minibar and in-room dining menu

a bathroom with a shower and sink

Thompson Washington D.C. guest bathroom with a single vanity

a shower with a mirror and a shower head

Thompson Washington D.C. guest bathroom walk-in shower

a gym with exercise equipment

The hotel’s fitness center was located in the basement

a room with couches and chairs

Thompson Washington D.C. lobby area

a bar with chairs in a room

Thompson Washington D.C. lobby area

a bar with stools and a table

Thompson Washington D.C. Anchovy Social rooftop bar

a group of chairs on a deck

Thompson Washington D.C. Anchovy Social rooftop bar

Bottom Line

Overall I enjoyed my stay at the Thompson Washington D.C. and would recommend the hotel if you’re looking to stay in Navy Yard district. One of the highlights of staying here is the hotel’s Anchovy Social rooftop, which offers great city views.

The guest rooms are spacious and modern, given that the property just opened. Additionally, this was my first time staying at a Thompson hotel, and I’d compare it to a more understated Andaz stay.

As a reminder for those staying now through March 31, 2020 at the Thompson Washington D.C., World of Hyatt members will earn an additional 500 bonus points each qualifying night as part of Hyatt’s latest promotion for their newest hotels.

Have you had a chance to experience the Thompson Washington D.C., feel free to comment below on your experience. 

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