The Fairfax at Embassy Row, Washington D.C.

2100 Massachusetts Avenue NW, Washington DC, 20008, DC

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Overview

This Dupont Circle property features 259 classically-styled rooms that fits the sophistication of the nation’s capital. Rooms feel historic, yet feature iPod docking stations, 42-inch flat-screen TVs, and Wi-Fi (at a fee). Rooms are outfitted with king or two double beds and can sleep four. Larger suites are available, with separate living and sleeping space, as well as the ability to sleep four. The historic hotel, which has occupied this space since the 1920s, features onsite dining at the Capitol Room for breakfast and the Fairfax Grille and Lounge for dinner. A fitness center is located on property, as well as parking, which is valet-only.

Our Editor Loves

  • Dupont Circle location
  • Historic hotel
  • Onsite dining

Family Interests

  • Museum/Cultural

Family Amenities

  • Onsite Dining

Reviews

PLEASANT STAY AT FAIRFAX

by SIMON R

Very close to Dupont Circle subway. Nice area surrounded by embassies hence name.
Hotel was very pleasant with lovely hall carpets and nice chandeliers. Room was spacious and lovely and quiet at back-didnt take up option for better view as only there 3 n. TV reception seemed poor some channels poor picture. Comfortable stay and staff were pleasant.Some nice restaurants in area to choose. Feel hotel could have promoted own restaurant/cafe more as room brochure didnt appear to list anything.

Stylish and elegant classic style hotel

by ScenerySteve

This is a lovely quiet hotel with old school charm. We had room 805 on the top floor. This comprises a large dual aspect bedroom with a large bathroom and good walk-in wardrobe / cupboard space.for clothes. The bed was spacious and very comfortable with its quality covers and fluffy pillows. Well equipped with a fridge, hairdryer, iron & board, tea & coffee making.

The breakfast was average with limited choices.

Dinner and wine were overpriced with small portion dishes.and odd choices.

Still a lovely place to sat and with a metro station nearby to be able to see all that DC has to offer in tourist attractions.

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