Editor’s Review of Grand Hyatt Washington
Washington D.C.'s Grant Hyatt has always been, well, grand, but a multimillion-dollar renovation in 2015 brought it to an impeccable, unparalleled splendor for every type of traveler -- the businessperson, the couple and perhaps most notably, the family.
Upgrades have brought new meeting space to the hotel, along with a gorgeous atrium-style lobby that's surrounded by a few family-friendly restaurants and shops, plus a fitness center. Guestrooms -- which offer city vistas or views of the atrium -- offer all the comforts of home, from the hotel's signature beds to free Wi-Fi.
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Our Editor Loves
- Swimming pool
- Onsite restaurants
- Grand Club Lounge
- Connecting Rooms
- Family Room 5+
- Free Wi-Fi
- Laundry Service
- Onsite Dining
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The rooms (of which there are 897) at the Grand Hyatt Washington are simple, yet luxurious -- especially in terms of amenities. Guests enjoy free Wi-Fi, coffeemakers, deluxe toiletries, giant work desks (great for board games and snacks) and 42-inch, flat-screen TVs. They also enjoy the brand's signature bedding, Hyatt Grand Beds (available for purchase). Cribs and rollaway beds are available upon request, as is turndown service.
Standard Rooms have one king, one queen or two double beds, and feature views of the property's beautiful atrium. These units typically sleep up to four guests -- occasionally five with the use of a rollaway bed or crib.
Don't be fooled by the name -- these rooms also accommodate up to four or five guests. The difference between these accommodations and Standard Rooms is Business Plan Rooms include free breakfast for one person (stick to the standard room).
Pure - Hypo-Allergenic
The Pure - Hypo-Allergenic Rooms are a godsend for those with seasonal allergies. Rooms are treated in a six-step process that includes the application of PURE Shield, a barrier that blocks allergens on room surfaces. These rooms have one king or two queen beds.
These rooms, exclusively situated on the 12th floor, grant guests access to the Grand Club, where they enjoy complimentary breakfast and snacks, along with alcohol for an additional fee. Grand Club Rooms come in two variations: Grand Club King and Grand Club Double, the latter sleeping four to five guests.
These rooms provide views of the beautiful atrium, and one king or two queen beds for the option to sleep up to four guests. They are more expensive than non-atrium facing rooms.