The St. Regis Washington, D.C.
18 expert reviews
“Since its 1926 opening as the Carlton Hotel, the St. Regis... has hosted royalty, business magnates, and presidents, including FDR and Truman.”
– Condé Nast Traveler
"An especially lovely place to stay the night (and especially expensive: Its rates may be the highest in town)." Full review
"It's still the province of visiting heads of state, diplomats, and lobbyists, and an air of decorum prevails."
"Its premier restaurant, 24-hour butler service, and spacious, high-tech rooms place it among the city's elite." Full review
"Calvin Coolidge took part in the 1926 opening of this grand hotel, styled after a Renaissance palace and appointed with antiques, chandeliers, and fine tapestries."
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"The landmark St. Regis looms over Washington's thriving business district with an air of distinction."