Suggestions on where to stay in Washington DC with a concierge lounge on weekends?
Lots of Insiders like the Mayflower, but this site has a wealth of resources on DC-related hotels and travels... a little searching would go a long way....
A couple of places to start, but, again, there are many options...
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Good inputs here by ssindc. I'm one of those that likes the Mayflower as my go-to hotel in DC. The food in the lounge is pretty good and wide variety....they are also pretty good about monitoring access (at least in the morning) so you can get in an out quickly without too many guests.
JW, Ren, Metro Center, Marquis have lounges. Only the Marquis is open on weekends but doesn't do full service just breakfast.
I like the Ren and would take the points and walk over to Palmer Alley and get breakfast at Piccolina.
In Crystal City the Gateway and Marriott both have lounges and Gateway is superior but I'm not sure if they are open on weekend.
The Metro Center Marriott is the only one with a pool if that matters to you. It's also closest to the Metro but dated.
Marquis is near Mt Vernon Square and Ren is Gallery Place metro stop.
JW is close to the White House and near shopping.
Mayflower is nice but there is construction on the main entrance that could be disruptive.
The best bet for a weekend stay with lounge in DC is the Ritz-Carlton Pentagon City, Club Level. It’s a lovely hotel with great staff and is within walking distance of public transportation and shopping.
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