Hotel Review: Park Hyatt Washington D.C.

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The Park Hyatt Washington D.C. is located in DC’s West End within walking distance from Georgetown. The property boasts 220 luxury rooms, including 134 suites meaning that World of Hyatt Globalists should find upgrades here more often that not.

As a World of Hyatt Category 5 property you can redeem 20,000 points for a free night award, making this a great redemption. As a reminder, Hyatt is offering up to 25% back on award stays through January 4th.

As a Globalist, I was welcomed upon check-in by a friendly front desk agent, and informed I was upgraded to a Park Junior Suite City View on the 9th floor. Globalists receive a $80 daily breakfast credit in either the hotel restaurant Blue Duck Tavern, or this can be used through in-room dining.

Park Hyatt Washington D.C. exterior

Park Hyatt Washington D.C. exterior

Park Hyatt Washington D.C. exterior

Park Hyatt Washington D.C. reception

Park Hyatt Washington D.C. lobby area

Park Hyatt Washington D.C. lobby area

My Park Junior Suite City View was located on the 9th floor and at 544 square feet, it did feel spacious with a separate living area and bedroom, even though there was no separate door between the two rooms. The bathroom featured a walk-in rain shower and deep soaking tub, making it quite a luxurious bathroom.

Most of the hotel collateral had been removed from the room, and QR codes featured the in-room dining and other hotel information. Daily housekeeping service is not offered proactively, however you can still request housekeeping service if you’d like during your stay.

Park Junior Suite City View living room

Park Junior Suite City View living room

Park Hyatt Washington D.C. welcome amenity

Park Junior Suite City View king bed

Park Junior Suite City View bathroom

Park Junior Suite City View bathroom

Park Junior Suite City View bathroom

Signature Park Hyatt Le Labo bath amenities

Blue Duck Tavern with tables socially distanced

Blue Duck Tavern breakfast

Blue Duck Tavern breakfast

Park Hyatt Washington D.C. fitness center

Park Hyatt Washington D.C. fitness center

Park Hyatt Washington D.C. pool area (currently closed)

Park Hyatt Washington D.C. pool area (currently closed)

Bottom Line

As a Globalist, I couldn’t have had a better experience at the Park Hyatt Washington D.C. as I was pleased with the suite upgrade and breakfast each morning. I redeemed 20,000 World of Hyatt points per night, but as part of the current offer, I received 25% or 5,000 points back making this a great value considering paid rates are well over $400 a night.

I was very pleased with the breakfast at Blue Duck Tavern and despite going slightly over the $80 allowance, there was no charge on my folio upon check-out.

When it comes to coronavirus precautions, the Park Hyatt Washington D.C. has done a great job with cleanliness and social distance measures. The hotel gym is still open, however it is locked and the front desk will escort you over to the gym as they’re keeping an eye on the number of guests at each time.

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

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Comments

  1. Thanks for the review! Am in the midst of a NoVA/D.C. area mattress run and although I’ve been focused on cheaper properties, have decided to give this high-end property a stay to cap it off.

    Hope to make Globalist by the time we arrive, so as to enjoy the complimentary breakfast at Blue Duck Tavern you highlighted.

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