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|Distance to city centre||0,7 km|
|Nearest airport||Richmond Byrd Intl|
|Distance to airport||11,8 km|
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We were welcomed at every turn , from Valet Parking to employee who put our bags away to employee who convinced me to try The Biscuit--a GREAT ideaðŸ˜„
I had only one night to stayðŸ˜‚
Friendly staff, very comfortable, great blankets ( a deal breaker for my spouse) Overall, I was extremely pleased.
I was expecting a jacuzzi tub. Disappointed when I didn't find one.
The decor is spectacular. Even beats the Old Cataract in Aswan, Egypt where Wnson Churchill had a suite. It was my favorite hotel until Jefferson. Pool is so nice and warm with a touch of salt.
Nothing it was fabulous
It's sheer elegance.
History and elegance; room size was wonderful; bathroom was amazing with a TV in the mirror; absolutely 5 stars
The Jefferson is a historic luxury property with a boutique feel and is among the most elite hotels in D.C. The Jefferson made its debut in 1923, and in 2009 underwent a complete renovation. Throughout the years, the prestigious and traditional hotel has been a luxurious homage to Thomas Jefferson.
In the heart of old downtown, The Jefferson is a 10-minute walk to the White House, Lincoln Memorial, Smithsonian museums, and other popular attraction on the National Mall. It is also just a short walk to Dupont Circle and Logan Circle, where plenty of great restaurants and entertainment can be found.
The 99 rooms at The Jefferson are elegant and high-tech. The property offers a variety of sizes, layouts, themes, and color schemes in rooms, but all décor is consistent depicting Jefferson’s Monticello home. Every room includes Bose stereos, fully stocked minibars, bathrobes and slippers, filtered water, free Wi-Fi, and room service call buttons. Upgraded rooms will provide more conveniences.
Rare to the D.C. area, the hotel offers a luxury spa, 24-hour fitness center, meeting rooms, and a business center. A renowned on-site restaurant, Plume, serves dinner while the primary restaurant, The Greenhouse, serves breakfast, lunch, and afternoon tea. Quill is the traditional bar on-site that offers snacks and lunch on a seasonal outdoor terrace.
Colonial charm with a subtle blend of technology paired with a great location and large rooms make The Jefferson a great hotel for guests exploring Washington, D.C.
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- Great menu
- Good restaurant service
- Stylish hotel
- Beautiful architecture
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Most popular landmarks
- American Civil War Center at Historic Tredegar 1 km
- John Marshall House 1,1 km
- Virginia State Capitol 1,2 km
- Richmond Old City Hall 1,2 km
- Hollywood Cemetery 1,2 km
- Museum of the Confederacy 1,4 km
|Richmond Byrd Intl||11,8 km|
|Newport News Intl||95,8 km|
|Richmond - Main Street||1,8 km|
|Richmond - Staples Mill Road||9,4 km|