Mandarin Oriental, Washington D.C.
1330 Maryland Avenue, SW
DC 20024

Tel: +1 (202) 554 8588
Fax: +1 (202) 554 8999

Mandarin Oriental, Washington D.C. Website

  • Complimentary morning newspaper
  • Complimentary maid service, twice daily
  • Complimentary shoe shine
  • Complimentary access to gym and Spa heat experiences
  • Complimentary live Jazz in Empress Lounge on Friday & Saturday evenings
  • Fifty-foot indoor heated pool
  • 27’ Flat Screen Television and state-of-the-art entertainment system
  • Hairdryer, iron/ironing board and oversized, in-room safe
  • Fifty-Foot Indoor Swimming Pool
  • Spa at Mandarin Oriental
  • Fitness Center
  • Sou’Wester- All Day Dining
  • Empress Lounge- Lobby Lounge, Brunch and Afternoon Tea
  • CityZen- AAA Five Diamond Restaurant
  • 24 Hour Room Service
  • Concierge
  • Business Center
  • 38,000 Square Feet of Meeting Space
  • Babysitting Services
  • US Capitol Tours
  • White House Tours
  • Smithsonian Museums
  • Holocaust Museum
  • Bureau of Printing and Engraving
  • National Archives
  • Arlington Cemetery
  • CityTours
  • Private Tour Guide


Steps from the National Mall, Mandarin Oriental, Washington D.C is the only hotel in the city with direct access to the national monuments. Guests can choose to stroll across the hotel’s footbridge to the Jefferson Memorial and Tidal Basin, with the national mall, the museums of the Smithsonian Institution and other landmarks just a stroll away.  In addition to exceptional accommodations and gracious service, the hotel features the Forbes Four-Star Spa at Mandarin Oriental, Sou’Wester, for all-day dining, and the AAA Five Diamond CityZen.


Arrive at Mandarin Oriental, Washington D.C., overlooking the Southwest Waterfront, and you know you have arrived somewhere special. The grand facade and unique porte cochere beckon. Walk through its doors and take in a sea of marble, limestone and glass. The lobby is inspired by the work of John Russell Pope, designer of the Jefferson Memorial, and boasts the familiar domed ceiling and column placement of the neighboring memorial. The columns are American walnut capped by American white oak, and the patterned Emperador and Amarillo yellow marble floor beneath a rotunda of gold and silver leaf is as striking as it is serene.

Guest rooms and suites delight visitors with décor that fuses Asian simplicity with traditional touches, all set against the hotel’s signature water and city views. Several layouts are made possible by the unique shape of the hotel, with deluxe guest rooms measuring between 400 to 700 square feet. The three-bedroom Presidential Suite – the largest suite in the city – is a sprawling 3,500 square feet, and was named one of the “World’s Greatest Suites” by Elite Traveler. The Jefferson Suite is an expansive display of comfort, function and luxury. Encompassing 1,900 square feet of the hotel’s fourth floor, this opulent two-bedroom, corner suite boasts a full kitchen, dining room, sitting area and den. Panoramic views from oversized windows stretch across the city, offering vistas of the National Cathedral, Lincoln Memorial, Tomb of the Unknown Soldier at Arlington Cemetery, the Pentagon, Washington Memorial, and the Jefferson Memorial with its tranquil Tidal Basin and famed cherry trees.


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