Renaissance Mayflower

16 Jun, 2009

Washington’s Second Best Address

Renaissance Mayflower

The Renaissance Mayflower is the largest luxury hotel located in Washington DC. It is a member of the elite Historic Hotels of America society. Located near DuPont Circle in the center of the business district, the hotel is a favorite resting place of both businessmen and tourists. With state-of-the-art technology and a recently renovated fitness area, it is one of the best places in the city to stay.

With easy access to the major tourist attractions in the area as well as government and business offices, getting around the city is easy. The recently renovated rooms are full of amenities. These include air conditioning, rollaway beds, alarm clocks, down comforters, rich cotton linens, custom duvets, bottled water, iron, cribs, bathrobes, coffee service, hair dryers, and much more.

Dinning at the Renaissance Mayflower is an elegant and fun affair. The Town and Country Bar and Lounge is famous for its drink of the day. The drink of the day is chosen each morning with a roll of the di! Café Promenade offers traditional gourmet meals as well as high tea each day. It is famous for its Friday seafood buffet. The Lobby Court is the perfect place for lunch or dinner while relaxing.

The hotel offers a fitness center for use by guests. It is equipped with free weights, cardiovascular equipments and a special cardio training center. Spa services are available through three nearby spas. Several nearby golf courses make golf weekends possible and fun. The concierge can assist you by booking spa and golf outings as well as horseback ridding, sailing and tennis.

Social events and weddings as well as business meetings are perfectly held at the Renaissance Mayflower. Expert meeting professionals and advanced facilities are available to make your event perfect, while the sumptuous décor will make them beautiful.

Renaissance Mayflower

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