Impeccable service, regal style and a rarefied atmosphere make The Mayflower Hotel, Autograph Collection one of the most popular hotels among our guests in Washington, D.C. Its location a few blocks from the White House is almost gilding the lily. The grande dame Mayflower Hotel has been a local landmark since 1925, and it welcomes visitors with a seemingly endless lobby with hundreds of gilt-edged medallions decorating the ceiling. Off the lobby is a restaurant and bar, and there are shops selling everything from flowers to designer duds. Sneak a peek at the grand ballroom, lined with balconies on either side, which hosted inaugural balls for presidents from Coolidge to Reagan. The hotel's 571 rooms are spread out over 10 floors in the rose-bricked Beaux Arts building. The pillowtop beds are wrapped in luxe linens, and the bathrooms are stocked with high-end toiletries. There are both wired and Wi-Fi connections for a fee, and the expansive fitness room has lots of cardio and circuit-training equipment. The Mayflower Hotel is on Connecticut Avenue, a favorite shopping strip for locals. Three blocks north is Dupont Circle, perhaps the prettiest of the city's pocket parks, and surrounding it in every direction are eateries ranging from sidewalk cafes frequented by students and young families to reserve-months-ahead restaurants where you might spot D.C.'s movers and shakers (and, occasionally, the President). You're five blocks from the White House and about seven from the Washington Monument. The city's futuristic Metro system is close at hand—the Farragut North station is just down the block. Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport is five miles away. One of the city's best addresses, The Mayflower Hotel, Autograph Collection is near the best sights, shopping and dining. Its refined and polished service makes it a winner.
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