THE ST. REGIS WASHINGTON, D.C.
WASHINGTON D.C. | USA
NEIGHBORHOOd | WASHINGTON D.C.
WHAT TO KNOW
PROPERTY SIZE: 172 Rooms
ROOM STYLE: Classic
VIBE: Sophisticated Luxury
WHAT TO LOVE
Iconic St. Regis Rituals
Five Star Dining Experiences
All LuxWT Guests Receive:
Upgrade on arrival, subject to availability
Full breakfast daily for up to 2 in-room guests
$100 USD Resort/Hotel credit to be utilized during stay (not combinable, not valid on room rate, no cash value if not redeemed in full)
Early check-in/late check-out, subject to availability
hotel features: ROOM FEATURES:
Hearing Impaired Services
Room Service 24-hours
The beautiful, Palazzo style St. Regis Hotel rests in the historic district of Washington, D.C. The location is ideal for eager travelers looking to sightsee and take in all of the history and uniqueness of the city.
Welcomed with a champagne toast, The St. Regis champagne sabering is a ritual taking place at St. Regis Hotels throughout the world. The tradition started by founder, John Jacob Astor IV to commence the transition from afternoon to evening and welcome in the dinner hour. Sabering a bottle of champagne was inspired by his war hero, Napoleon, who was known for bringing champagne to war and sabering it open regardless of victory or defeat.
After champagne hour and a smooth check-in, an exquisite fifth floor suite became home. Fresh smells, bright and crisp views of the city flow through the room. The bedroom is spacious and inviting, the bathroom is stocked with all of the necessities, plenty of towels, and complimentary robes. The aesthetic of the room is relaxing and calming with subtle touches of history and elegant artwork.
After exploring the city, it was truly wonderful returning to The St. Regis. Despite the hustle and bustle of the city, The St. Regis seems unmoved by it and the ability to unwind and repose was effortless. A complimentary bottle of champagne and a platter of fresh berries and ornate chocolates were set out, a sweet, personal touch.
Brunch at The St. Regis’ restaurant, Alhambra was exceptional. The Traditional Eggs Benedict is somehow both savory, yet fresh and The French Toast features a delicious apple and cinnamon compote that doesn’t leave a heavy and full, post brunch feeling.
One could say it would be a crime to not indulge in one of The St. Regis’ Bloody Mary’s, since it is the signature cocktail of their brand. The Capital Mary veers from a traditional one with gin as its base and flavors that pull you towards the sea. Garnished with a jumbo shrimp, fresh lemon, celery, and olives, The Capital Mary is worth trying.
Aside from the rich history and sophistication of The St. Regis, the attention to detail from the hotel staff is impeccable. Thank you for a truly memorable stay.
An icon of restored elegance where glamour meets tradition. Desirably located just two blocks north of the White House the gracefully re-imagined St. Regis Washington, D.C. is the hotel of choice for royalty, presidents, and prime ministers in the nation's capital. Discover the grand scale preservation and transformation of the 172 rooms and suites pairing original Palladian windows and Italian Renaissance Louis XVI chandeliers with contemporary touches of custom-designed furnishings and modern amenities.
The St. Regis Washington, D.C. features 142 luxury guestrooms, together with 30 exquisite suites which range in size from 665 to 2,510 square feet. The elegantly appointed guest rooms and suites invite you into a sanctuary of luxury with a distinctive newly imagined respite that is both classic and contemporary. The latest technologies have been added to provide you with every convenience and pleasure including Wi-Fi High Speed Internet Access, mini bar, Bose radio and iPod SoundDock, DVD player, and sleek flat screen LCD televisions. To wrap you in the comforts of home, the bathrooms feature marble sinks, spacious tiled standing shower & large soaking bathtubs (select rooms), Reméde bathroom amenities along and plush St. Regis bathrobes.
BEST OF THE BEST
Napoleon Bonaparte once proclaimed, “I drink Champagne when I win, to celebrate…and I drink Champagne when I lose, to console myself.” St. Regis has long shared Bonaparte’s passion for the iconic beverage, served with grandeur during one of our most cherished rituals: the signature St. Regis Champagne sabering ceremony. We invite you to join us every evening in the lobby at 6 p.m. for a special Champagne toast to celebrate the transition from day to evening with this timeless tradition.
Since its creation in England in the early 1800's by Anna Duchess of Bedford, afternoon tea has long been associated with the entertainment of society. Naturally, New York society's doyenne and St. Regis matriarch, Caroline Astor, adopted this tradition as her own. Today, this ritual comes alive at The St. Regis Washington, D.C. where guests are invited to the hotel's grand lobby from 2 p.m. to 5 p.m. for an experience beyond expectation. Enjoy delectable pastries and tea sandwiches inspired by the season, a luxurious selection of tea from Palais des Thés and optional Champagne pairings. Afternoon Tea is available daily from 2 p.m. to 5 p.m. Reservations are required. $55 per person
Live Jazz at The St. Regis Bar
Surround yourself with the soothing sounds of live jazz music in an extraordinary setting. While enjoying the performance, indulge in our selection of handcrafted seasonal cocktails and world class international cuisine in the iconic St. Regis Bar. Live Jazz takes place every Wednesday, Thursday and Friday in The St. Regis Bar from 5:30 p.m. to 8 p.m.
Enjoy the Capital's quintessential Sunday Brunch in a historic and convivial setting, complemented by soothing live Jazz. Enjoy a delectable menu of traditional brunch favorites, a chilled seafood station, an exquisite dessert bar and optional bottomless Mimosas and Bloody Marys. Your favorite brunch items, prepared to perfection. Sunday Brunch is available every Sunday from 11:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. and priced at $69 per person, or $89 per person with beverage package.
Bloody Mary History
In 1934, famed barman Fernand Petiot perfected his recipe for a vodka and tomato juice cocktail at The St. Regis New York’s legendary King Cole Bar. Serge Obolensky, a well-known man about town, asked for the vodka cocktail he had enjoyed in Paris, which Petiot spiced up with salt, pepper, lemon, and Worcestershire sauce. Originally christened the “Bloody Mary,” the cocktail was ultimately dubbed the “Red Snapper” so as not to offend the hotel’s refined clientele. While the latter name may not have lasted, the beloved Bloody Mary remains the signature St. Regis cocktail. It can still be enjoyed under the watchful eye of Old King Cole, depicted in Maxfield Parrish’s iconic mural.
Each St. Regis hotel has crafted their own, locally-inspired rendition of the traditional Bloody Mary. The ritual is executed daily at The St. Regis Washington, D.C. in the St. Regis Bar as well as during Sunday Brunch
The St. Regis Washington, DC’s is the Capital Mary, inspired by the commercial and cultural heritage of the nearby Chesapeake Bay. Its base is gin, the spirit of choice of the city’s social set, particularly when cumbering around the bay. For seasoning, the cocktail incorporates signature spices used in preparing a classic Chesapeake crab feast.
GUEST ROOMS & SUITES
caroline astor suite
Elegant, inviting, and extraordinarily memorable, the newly renovated 2,510-square-foot Presidential Suite is adorned with luxurious furnishings, refined finishes, and bespoke amenities. Decorated by the celebrated interior design firm Myron Wolman Designs, this accommodation epitomizes opulence and sophistication in one of the world’s most compelling cities.
This room is non-smoking
Connecting rooms are available (for some rooms)
Dining room is separated
Living room is separated
Beds and Bedding
Maximum Occupancy: 3
Rollaway beds permitted: 1
Cribs permitted: 1
Maximum cribs/rollaway beds permitted: 2
Featherbed, and Duvet
Bathtub and shower separate