Guests appreciate the smiling staff at the Westin Washington, DC City Center, which also boasts a walk-to-it-all location and signature beds. Look up when you walk through the front door — the sunlight streaming through a glass roof 14 stories above your head in the open, airy lobby. The Westin focuses on wellness, so it's no surprise that it's a non-smoking facility and that there's a top-notch 24-hour fitness center with a wide range of cardio machines, each with its own video screen. There are also a restaurant and a bar in the atrium, and a kiosk dispensing steaming-hot coffee in the lobby. Besides the cloud-soft beds, many of the 406 rooms have chaise lounges for reading a good book or taking a snooze. The double showerheads and high-end bath products make the bathrooms feel like private spas. For on-the-go executives, each room has a desk with an ergonomic chair and access to Wi-Fi (for a fee). On the northern edge of downtown, the Westin is five blocks from the White House. Even closer are sights like the National Geographical Society, a bit more than two blocks west. A stroll to the National Mall should take around 20 minutes. You might want to ride the speedy Metro system, as three stations — McPherson Square, Farragut North and Farragut West — are within five blocks. Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport is five miles away, a quick taxi or subway ride. At the Westin, an "amazingly friendly" staff and "comfortable" beds with "great pillows" keep our guest resting easy.
Located in the heart of the city, this luxury hotel offers striking skylight views, amenity-filled accommodations, and a great location to an amazing array of world class exhibits, historical sites, nightlife venues, and government sites. One dog up to 40 pounds is allowed for no additional fee; there is a pet waiver to sign at check in. Dogs may not be left alone in the rooms unless they are crated.
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