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Book Rooms at the Fairfax for the Best Embassy Row Hotel Accommodations 2019-10-08T19:07:04-04:00

Book Rooms at the Fairfax for the Best Embassy Row Hotel Accommodations

A hotel becomes your home away from home whenever you visit a new destination — a place to rest, sleep, eat, work out, or meet people while you’re in the area.

What ultimately makes your stay memorable and completely satisfying, however, is the way hotels elevate these normal activities thanks to an added touch of luxury and excellent customer service from highly qualified and trained hospitality experts. It’s a “home” where you will always be welcomed and looked after in the best manner possible.

If you’re headed for Washington, D.C. in the near future, you can’t go wrong with booking rooms at The Fairfax near Dupont Circle — it offers the best Embassy Row hotel accommodations around, thanks to splendid rooms and wonderful hotel services and amenities.

Here’s a brief glimpse into the exceptional offerings of this sophisticated hotel:

Sumptuous Rooms

The Fairfax offers five unique Georgian-style rooms similarly appointed in rich sage and tan tones and featuring the most comfortable beds with crisp white linens and ornate wooden headboards hand-painted in black with gold detail.

Each room contains:

• A 42-inch flat screen LCD television
• High speed internet access
• An iPod docking station
• Digital clocks
• Laptop safes are available in select rooms
• Local artwork
• Signature luxury bathroom amenities
• Frette bathrobes and towels
• 300 thread count Fili D’oro linens

Take your pick from:

The Superior Hotel Room (250 square feet). This room comes with king beds or dual double beds, a cherry wood armoire, classic drapery, a refreshment center, and great views of Embassy row and local museums and monuments.

The Grand Deluxe Hotel Room (328 square feet). This room has sofa beds and coffee tables in addition to all standard provisions.

The Deluxe Suite (491 square feet). This roomy option comes with a separate living room (with a chair, sofa, hand-carved coffee table, a refreshment center, and two fully equipped workstations).

The Superior Suite (665 square feet). With the bigger space comes a separate bedroom with a sofa bed and TV, as well as a separate parlor for the guests’ entertainment or relaxation (it contains an expansive writing desk, a dining table for four, an additional sofa bed and TV, and an armoire with refreshment center). A marble shower and tub command attention in the spacious bathroom.

The Fairfax Suite (1,327 square feet). For the ultimate comfort and luxury, the biggest suite features an opulent master bedroom with its own sitting area, a separate parlor, a dining table for four, an expansive writing desk, and an armoire with refreshment center, as well as two sofa beds, four closets and a powder room. The marble master bathroom, on the other hand, is richly fitted with a large glass shower (with water jets on three sides), a bidet, dual sinks, and a Jacuzzi soaking tub. For guests who require additional sleeping space, this suite can connect to a double queen room which, in turn, connects to a standard king room.

Essential features
To round out your experience at The Fairfax, the hotel offers valuable features such as restaurants (The Capitol Room and The Fairfax Grille and Lounge), business center, fitness center, in-room dining, complimentary access to high speed internet in the lounge lobby and restaurant, and reliable valet parking.