The Ritz-Carlton, Georgetown is a wonderful property for families with children to go. This hotel is just around the corner from the Franklin Delano Roosevelt Memorial, Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. National Memorial and Library of Congress. Some other nearby attractions include the National Air and Space Museum and Jefferson Memorial. This 5-star hotel has 86 rooms and fitness center. The Ritz-Carlton, Georgetown dining options include onsite restaurant and room service. Italian Store, Corner Bakery – L St. NW and Chop’t are all family-friendly restaurants that are notable and are within 5 miles of hotel.
To learn more, please visit Ritz-Carlton.
Our Editor Loves
- Impressive service
- Ritz Kids program
- Children Programs
- Onsite Dining
Excellent location in Georgetown. Walk 3 minutes to waterfront park or main street of georgetown. Walk 20 minutes to the nearest metro station Foggy-Bottom. Remodeled from an industrial factory. The lobby and hallway was decorated with industrial taste, very impressive. Room was comfortable but plain decoration made rooms look like a standard Westin.
The housekeeper seems to neglect some details. When the housekeeper cleaned the room next to my room in the afternoon, I was sleeping. And I was sure I hang on "Privacy" sign on the door handle. The housekeeper opened and closed the door of the cleaned room next to my room heavily again and again to make huge noises so that I was waken up and then did not sleep again. As a Ritz Carlton property, it should have considered such a detail. Open and close the door gently and quietly when you housekeep if the next room is occupied.
Finally Marriott titanium member did not receive any room upgrade though all the room types were still available at the check-in date. Also in my personal preference of Marriott account, I marked I like a high-floor but finally I just got a room in the first floor. So I think Marriott titanium might be meaningless for Ritz. I think Ritz carlton should more have considered granting room upgrade to titanium member because Marriott did not require Ritz properties to give any more benefits such as breakfast and lounge access to elite members.
by William B
Due to a weather-related airline cancellation, we made a last-minute reservation. Overall, the hotel was great, my favorite DC area hotel of perhaps 6 or so DC hotels I've stayed at over 30 years. The on-site staff were all very friendly, helpful, and knowledgeable. I plan on staying there again on my next trip.
However, there were a few issues that slightly detracted from an ideal experience. First, the Marriott/Bonvoy app was not working properly for this hotel and the rate category I wanted, so I phoned the hotel directly. The reservationist was difficult to understand and very slow -- it took nearly 15 minutes to make a booking. Second, we were given a street-level room which was very noisy until 3:00 a.m. I am a lifetime titanium elite member of Marriot/Bonvoy and would have hoped to have been given a better room. However, I was exhausted and stressed out when I checked in and really didn't notice there was a problem until quite late at night when I was already in bed. I would have thought that a hotel of this quality would have invested in soundproof windows like most have near airports. I mentioned this to the staff in the morning and they did profusely apologize.
The hotel atmosphere, location, room, and staff were all great.