The Jefferson, Washington DC's eight-story, 100-room Beaux-Arts-inspired historic hotel enjoys a central location in the heart of the nation's capital. Just four blocks from the White House, the property debuted in 1923 under the stewardship of Edward Bennett Williams, an ardent admirer of Thomas Jefferson. Williams not only named the hotel after the influential Founding Father, but also collected vital manuscripts signed by Jefferson, many now displayed at the hotel.
100 Rooms, 8 Floors, Concierge, Room Service, Parking*, 24-hour Room Service, 24-hour Fitness Center, Meeting Facility, Restaurant, Lounge, Thomas Jefferson Collection, Fax Machine*, Laundry Service*, Limousine Service*.
* denotes activities/services available for an additional cost. Amenities and inclusions are subject to change at any time.
Room Categories and Descriptions
Room amenities include dual-line telephones with voicemail and speaker options, high-speed Internet access, VCR and CD player, on-command movies and Nintendo, iron/ironing board and a stocked mini bar. Bathroom amenities include marble floors, designer bath amenities, hair dryer, bathrobes, and magnifying mirrors.
Requests for a specific bedding arrangement or room location are fulfilled by the hotel based on availability.
Classic Room - One queen bed. This room offers rooftop views of Washington, DC. The Italian marble bathroom features a walk-in shower, a TV inset in mirror and a lighted, magnified makeup mirror. 300 sq. ft.
Premier Room - One king bed. This hotel room offers Downtown Washington, DC views. The Italian marble bathroom features a large walk-in shower and a lighted, magnified makeup mirror. Some rooms also offer a bathroom window.
Deluxe Room - One king bed or two queen beds. This is the most luxurious room, with most affording city views of Washington, DC. The deluxe hotel room features an Italian marble bathroom with large walk-in shower and lighted, magnified makeup mirror. Some rooms offer an oversized soaking tub, two sinks and a bathroom window.
Deluxe Suite - One king bed. Deluxe Suites afford city views of Washington, DC and a choice of gold or platinum color palettes. A spacious separate parlor area has a pull-out sofa and small dining table. Found in the parlor of each suite is a large writing desk with data and electrical connections easily accessible within a drawer.
The Restaurant - The Jefferson’s 60-seat Zagat Award-winning dining room has long been a favorite of Washington insiders, international celebrities and visiting heads of state. It is notable for its elegant décor and exquisite cuisine. Open daily for breakfast, lunch and dinner as well as Sunday brunch.
The Lounge - The Lounge at The Jefferson is studded with original caricature prints dating back to the 1700's. Complimenting its wide array of specialty cocktails and superb wine list, the Lounge also offers an exceptional selection of cigars in a sophisticated setting. From 3 pm to 5pm, the Lounge becomes a haven of refined relaxation when it serves a daily afternoon tea.
|Resort Rating Key|
|Exceptional (Premier property with finest services,
amenities and exquisite surroundings)
|Deluxe (Prime location with outstanding service, elegant accommodations and a wide array of amenities)|
|Good (Tastefully furnished accommodations with
assortment of amenities and services)
|Moderate (Comfortable accommodations with limited
amenities and services)
|Fair (Clean, basic, budget property)|
|Very limited appeal|