The St Regis is supposed to be in the same category as Four Seasons, Ritz Charlton, Mandarin, and Peninsula.
The St Regis Washington DC is not even close.
This property is run down, noisy, uncomfortable and unorganized. All for the high price of a luxury property.
In my opinion it is misleading and unfair for this property to remain open in its current state under the St Regis brand. Problems range from extremely noisy rooms due to poorly placed HVAC units outside windows that were not sound proofed. We had to move our room 3 times only to be placed in a room with with a key card reader that didn't work properly , a terrible bed, flashing fire alarms, and a ceiling fixture that would not shut off. The beds are extremely uncomfortable, the rooms are dingy, depressing and tattered even the clocks are not set for the correct time, however the time has passed for the property to close, instead they remain open, and charge luxury level fees for 1 star quality.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- No other Washington, D.C. luxury hotel boasts the impeccable location and grandeur of The St. Regis Washington, D.C. Hotel. It is no wonder that every American President has stayed here. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- The St. Regis Washington, d.c. Hotel Washington Dc
- St Regis Washington Dc
- Washington Dc St Regis