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Grand Premier Room bed with white bench, tall padded headboard, L-shaped sofa near sunny picture window
Grand Premier Room
  • One king bed or two double beds, One rollaway, one sofabed or one crib in king-bedded room; one rollaway or one crib in double-bedded room
  • 520 – 625 sq.ft. (48 – 58 m2) / 2nd to 6th floors
  • 3 adults, 2 adults and 1 child, in king-bedded room; 4 adults, or 2 adults and 2 children, in double-bedded room
Premier Room retro-style red armchair by sofa in front of sunny window, bed in background
Premier Room
  • King or two double beds, One crib
  • 485 (sq.ft.) 45 (m2) / East wing, 2nd to 6th floors
  • King-bedded rooms: 2 adults, or 1 adult and 1 child. Double-bedded rooms: 3 adults or 2 adults and 1 child
Deluxe Room side of bed with white linens across from L-shaped grey sofa with red pillows, table by window
Deluxe Room
  • King bed, One crib
  • 385 (sq.ft.) 36 (m2) / East wing, 2nd to 6th floors
  • 2 adults
Royal Suite art deco-style private hallway under sparkling lights, door to private dining room at night
Royal Suite
  • King bed
  • 4,000 (sq.ft.) 371 (m2) / West wing, 2nd floor
  • 2 adults
Presidential Suite West Wing large living room with brown, beige velvet sofas, bright picture windows
Presidential Suite – West Wing
  • King bed
  • 1,924 (sq.ft.) 179 (m2) / West wing, 3rd and 4th floors
  • 2 adults
Presidential Suite East Wing living room with two white armchairs yellow sofa and accent pillows in front of dining room
Presidential Suite – East Wing
  • King bed
  • 1,300 (sq.ft.) 120 (m2) / East wing, 5th floor
  • 2 adults
Imperial Suite grey sofa, modern brown armchairs on large area rug, dining table in front of floor-to-ceiling corner windows
Imperial Suite
  • King bed, One rollaway or one crib
  • 1,455 (sq.ft.) 135 (m2) / West wing, 2nd floor
  • 3 adults, or 2 adults and 1 child
Capital Suite living room with long oval work desk in front of L-shaped sofa, pink armchair, corner windows
Capital Suite
  • King bed, One sofabed or one crib
  • 915 – 1,100 (sq.ft.) 85 – 102 (m2) / West wing, 2nd to 5th floors; east wing, 2nd to 4th floors
  • 3 adults, or 2 adults and 1 child
Georgetown suite with leather bench, bed with white linens, headboard against wallpaper, white armchair by sunny window
Georgetown One-Bedroom Suite
  • One king bed, One sofabed or one crib
  • 900 (sq.ft.) 84 (m2) / West wing, 2nd to 5th floors
  • 3 adults, or 2 adults and 1 child
Premier Suite grey L-shaped sofa, small round white table, cafe-style dining table, large windows
Premier Suite – West Wing
  • One king bed, One sofabed or one crib
  • 800 (sq.ft.) 74 (m2) / West wing, 2nd to 4th floors
  • 3 adults, or 2 adults and 1 child
Premier Suite large black table in front of curved loveseat, open French doors to bedroom, bed
Premier Suite – East Wing
  • One king bed, One crib
  • 600 (sq.ft.) 56 (m2) / East wing, 2nd to 6th floors
  • 2 adults
Grand Premier Room sofa with red accent pillows, tables in front of bench, bed, tall padded headboard beside picture windows
Grand Premier Accessible Room
  • King bed or two double beds, One rollaway or one sofabed or one crib
  • 625 (sq.ft.) 58 (m2) / 2nd to 5th floors
  • 4 adults, or 2 adults and 2 children
Deluxe Accessible Room head-on view of bed with white linens, tall padded beige headboard, nightstands with lamps
Deluxe Accessible Room
  • King bed, One crib
  • 385 (sq.ft.) 36 (m2) / East wing, 2nd to 6th floors
  • 2 adults
Georgetown One-Bedroom Suite L-shaped grey sofa between door to bedroom, large picture windows, work desk
Georgetown One-Bedroom Accessible Suite
  • One king bed, One sofabed or one crib
  • 900 (sq.ft.) 84 (m2) / West wing, 4th floor
  • 3 adults, or 2 adults and 1 child

Interior Design

Georgetown suite with leather bench, bed with white linens, headboard against wallpaper, white armchair by sunny window

Locally informed

As a gateway to the historic Georgetown neighbourhood and the nation’s capital, our newly redesigned guest areas incorporate stylized references to Washington’s famous cherry blossoms, Chesapeake & Ohio Canal and the Potomac River with subtle motifs throughout.

The elegantly comfortable rooms and suites support the discreet service and refined environment for which Four Seasons hotels are known, all while providing a welcome retreat from the energized environment of the nation’s capital.

Deborah Forrest Designer and President of Forrest Perkins Luxury Interior Design Company

Capital Suite living room with long oval work desk in front of L-shaped sofa, pink armchair, corner windows

Harmonious tranquility

Soft neutral shades of white, pearl and taupe spiced with coral, peach and deep chocolate connect the design of the corridors, rooms and suites to the rich browns and neutrals of the lobby designed by Pierre-Yves Rochon.

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