The Mayflower Renaissance Washington, DC Hotel

1127 Connecticut Ave. NW (M St. NW) Washington, D.C. DC

Sprawling historic lodgings in the heart of downtown D.C.

This establishment opened in 1925 and played host to the Inaugural Ball of Calvin Coolidge. Additionally, it lays claim to being the home of FDR in the days preceding his move into the White House. The block-long lobby boasts a lovely mezzanine level and large skylights, and teems with activity during working hours --- it is an accessible public cut-through from Connecticut Avenue to 17th Street. You may catch a glimpse of a notable politician or celebrity passing through; as well, many stay at this hotel. Large, open spaces are a highlight here. Renovated to the tune of $10 million and done in a style best described as politico chic, the guest rooms are impressive with mahogany furniture, marble foyers and bathrooms, and high ceilings that lend an open, airy feeling. They include work desks, two-line phones, speaker phones, voice mail and data ports. Afternoon high tea is popular, and the lobby cocktail lounge is a favorite for power drinks. On-site EDGAR Bar & Kitchen serves modern American brasserie fare. The hotel is home to numerous ballrooms, boardrooms and meeting spaces.

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Hotel Information


1127 Connecticut Ave. NW (M St. NW) Washington, D.C. DC 20036 U.S.


800-228-7697, 202-347-3000 Hotel’s Website

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