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Released: August 17, 2012

Hotel accommodations near the FCC

The Federal Communications Commission does not make lodging recommendations.
This list was developed to let visitors know about hotel options close to the
FCC. Wording for the following descriptions is taken from the internet
Address cited in the entry and is not to be construed as an endorsement by the
Commission. Any mention of facilities/services for visitors with disabilities
can be found in italics at the end of the entry. Many other lodging options
Can be found by using Web search engines, tour guides, or telephone books.
1.

Courtyard Marriott Convention Center

900 F St., NW
Washington DC 20004
202-638-4600
800-321-2211
www.courtyard.com
In 1999 a 25 million dollar renovation turned this historic landmark bank into
Washington, DC's best located hotel. Surrounded by restaurants and famous landmarks
this unique hotel will ensure that you have a productive trip to Washington, DC. Located
just yards away from DC's convenient Metro station, Ford's Theater, Smithsonian
Museums and just two block's from the MCI Center. Pet policy allows service animals
for people with disabilities.
3.

Grand Hyatt Washington

1000 H St., NW
Washington, DC 20001
202-582-1234
800-233-1234
www.hyatt.com
Across from the Washington Convention Center and just 2 blocks to MCI Center,
Washington's new sports and entertainment complex, 5 minutes to the U.S. Capitol and
Federal agencies. Within walking distance of major sightseeing attractions. Metro
subway system is directly accessed from the lobby. 24 Accessible rooms (ADA)
6.

Hamilton Crowne Plaza

1001 14th St., NW
Washington, DC 20005
202-682-0111
800-637-3788
www.hamiltonhoteldc.com

Rising majestically above Franklin Square in the heart of Washington DC, the Crowne
Plaza hotel combines historic ambiance and modern amenities to create a totally
satisfying setting for business or leisure. An easy walk to the White House, Smithsonian,
shopping and monuments. Only one block from the Metro.
7.

Henley Park Hotel

926 Massachusetts Ave. NW
Washington, DC 20001
202-638-5200
800-222-8474
www.henleypark.com
Located in the heart of Washington's metro center, this elegant Tudor-style hotel offers
visitors a European getaway experience. One Hundred eighteen exterior gargoyles and
authentic lead windows give way to an inviting interior surpassed only by the attentive
staff. It is no surprise that guests return to enjoy the white-gloved service, storybook
atmosphere and afternoon tea. Handicap facilities.
8.

Holiday Inn Capitol

550 C St., SW
Washington, DC 20024
202-479-4000
800-465-4329
800-238-5544 TDD
www.hicapitoldc.com
The Holiday Inn Capitol offers the ideal location for any traveler to Washington D.C.
This comfortable 529-room hotel is situated just one block from the National Air and
Space Museum, the most visited museum in the world. The hotel is also one block from
the L'Enfant Metro. Accessibility: Holiday Inn Capitol prides itself on being sensitive to
the needs of all our guests. Thirteen rooms have been adapted for use by persons with
disabilities. These wheelchair-accessible rooms feature walk/wheel-in showers or tubs
with bathtub-wide seats, extra-wide doorways and other convenient facilities are
available. The following equipment is also available for your use: TDD Phones, Shake-
Awake Alarm Clocks, Flashing Light Smoke Detectors, Flashing Light Door Indicators,
Bathtub-Wide Seats.
9.

Hotel Harrington

436 11th St., NW (corner of 11th & E St., NW)
Washington, DC 20004
202-628-8140
800-424-8532
www.hotelharrington.com

The Hotel Harrington is located in the heart of Washington, DC's world famous tourist
district. Just 1/2 block from Pennsylvania Avenue, between the Capitol and the White
House, you can easily walk to all the sights you would like to see. To expand your range,
our superior subway system, Metro, is just two blocks away. We offer 245 guest rooms,
including 26 deluxe family rooms, full service restaurant, fast food restaurant, friendly
pub, local tours, and a nice gift shop.
10.

Hyatt Regency Washington On Capitol Hill

400 New Jersey Ave., NW
Washington, DC 20001
202-737-1234
800-233-1234
www.hyattregencywashington.com
Occupies a full city block in the heart of Capitol Hill, 2 blocks from the U.S. Capitol and
Union Station; walking distance to national and cultural attractions, restaurants and
theaters. 11 Accessible Rooms
11.

JW Marriott Hotel

1331 Pennsylvania Ave., NW
Washington, DC 20004
202-393-2000
800-228-9290
www.marriott.com
Rising above the most recognizable landmarks of Washington, DC the JW Marriott
remains as one of the most sought-after meeting sites in the city. Ideally located on
Pennsylvania Avenue's Federal corridor, just blocks from the White House, it offers a
celebrated address near the Convention Center, Capitol Hill, the monuments and
museums, renowned restaurants and cultural venues. ADA Accessible rooms available
12.

L’Enfant Plaza Hotel

480 L'Enfant Plaza, SW
Washington, DC 20024
202-484-1000
800-235-6397
http://www.lenfantplazahotel.com
Named after our capitol's city planner, Pierre Charles L'Enfant, it's the closest hotel to the
Holocaust museum and only steps from the Air and Space Museum, the Smithsonian, and
the Mall.

13.

Mandarin Oriental

1330 Maryland Avenue, SW
Washington, DC 20024
202-554-8588
www.mandarinoriental.com/washington
Grand elegance within walking distance of the nation’s most cherished monuments,
Capitol Hill, and the revered museums of the Smithsonian Institution. Ranked by
Institutional Investor magazine as one of the top 100 hotels in the world, Mandarin
Oriental, Washington, DC creates memorable experiences for any traveler to the most
powerful city in the world.
14.

Marriott Metro Center

775 12th St., NW
Washington, DC 20005
202-737-2200
800-228-9290
www.marriott.com
In the heart of Washington's East End business district the Marriott at Metro Center is
within 2 blocks of Washington's 4 largest law firms, 1 block to DC Convention Center
and 4 blocks to the MCI Center. The Marriott at Metro Center offers the amenities and
services to give both the business and pleasure traveler what they need to make the most
of their trip to Washington D.C. Pet policy allows service animals for people with
disabilities
15.

Renaissance Washington DC

999 Ninth St., NW
Washington, DC 20001
202-898-9000
www.renaissancehotels.com
A premier location, midway between the White House and Capitol Hill and within 1
block of all Metro subway lines. Closest hotel to the Washington Convention Center and
the MCI Center. This cyber-savvy 807-room hotel features Internet-equipped meeting
space. Pet policy allows service animals for people with disabilities
16.

The Liaison Capitol Hill, An Affinia Hotel

415 New Jersey Ave., NW
Washington, DC 20001
202-638-1616
800-638-1116

www.affinia.com
The Liaison Capitol Hill, An Affinia Hotel is close to most everything people come to
DC for. The lobby is a declaration of sophistication that flows seamlessly into the
restaurant, lounge, and bar areas. Randy Slack’s striking six-foot portraits of world
leaders reflect DC’s standing as a city of transformative ideals—but in an unexpectedly
fresh, modern way that announces this is way more than just a government town. Connect
with comfort in one of our 343 completely renewed guest rooms. A contemporary,
residential atmosphere prevails, with modern lighting, sleek furnishings, flat-panel TVs,
and plenty of space. Whether you’re in DC on official business or as a citizen of leisure,
the Liaison Capitol Hill is your connection to the heart of the capital city.
17.

Washington Court Hotel

525 New Jersey Ave., NW
Washington, DC 20001
202-628-2100
800-321-3010
www.washingtoncourthotel.com
Located on Capitol Hill in the midst of everything that makes Washington, DC a superb
city. The Washington Court Hotel offers one of the largest and most elegant hotel rooms
in the city, with 19,000 sq. ft. of first class function space, exquisite cuisine and efficient
and friendly service, without being stuffy.

Rev. 08/15/12


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