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400 New Jersey Avenue, NW Washington DC, 20001 tel. 202-737-1234
HYATT REGENCY ON CAPITOL HILL
www.washingtonregency.hyatt.com Featuring: Hyatt Grand Bed™ Wireless high-speed Internet access (Fee) 37 inch LCD TV with remote control, 18 HD channels including HBO, in-room pay movies Video messages, account review, check-out Full bath amenities, hair dryer Fed Ex Office On-site Full Gym and heated pool Indoor valet parking (Fee) Full service restaurant on property Located three blocks from Union Station
IN WASHINGTON DC visitors enjoy access to an impressive list of free and fascinating attractions, from the powerful monuments and memorials on the National Mall, of Congress and National Gallery of Art. A diverse and beautiful world capital, DC invites visitors to step beyond these federal landmarks to explore charming neighborhoods like historic Georgetown, eclectic Adams-Morgan and trendy U Street. DC’s neighborhoods tempt visitors with chic boutiques, hip new restaurants and bars, world-class theatres, art galleries and peaceful parks and gardens. November’s mild temperatures, usually in the 50’s, are perfect for a visit to DC and our special group rate at the Hyatt is available through November 6.
Washington DC, the Nations Capital, offers those who visit a myriad of activities for all ages to take advantage of. Hundreds of places to visit, many of them free! A few points of interest include: U.S. Capitol, Supreme Court, Library of Congress, House and Senate Office Buildings, National Gallery of Art, Amtrak’s Union Station, National Mall featuring Lincoln / Washington / Jefferson & Vietnam Memorials, Smithsonian Museums, Washington Convention Center, Georgetown University Law Center, Newseum, FBI Headquarters, National Postal Museum, The Pavilion at the Old Post Office, National Portrait Gallery, National Museum of the American Indian, Corcoran Gallery of Art and many more.
WASHINGTON, DC INFORMATION
to inspiring cultural treasures like the Smithsonian Institution, Library
Published on Jul 6, 2011