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Hyatt House Washington DC / The Wharf

725 Wharf Street Southwest Washington D.C. 20024
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Hyatt House Washington DC / The Wharf
Detail Free Wi-Fi
Detail Complimentary Continental Breakfast
Detail Paid Self-Parking or Paid Valet Parking
Detail Outdoor Pool
Detail Microwaves & Refrigerators In All Rooms
Check in: 3:00 PM    Check out: 12:00 PM
Bar or Lounge Bilingual Staff Business Center Cable TV Continental Breakfast Provided Elevators Free Parking Gift Shop Hair Dryers Available Handicap Access High Speed Internet Access In-room coffee maker Indoor Hallways Irons & Ironing Boards Available Kid's Programs Laundry Service Meeting Facilities Microwave  (charges may apply) Outdoor pool Pay Per View Pets Allowed (charges may apply) Refrigerator  (charges may apply) Restaurant Valet Parking (charges may apply) Washer/Dryer - Facilities Available
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The Hyatt House Washington DC/The Wharf is a luxury hotel on the waterfront of the Potomac River in Southwest Washington, D.C., United States. It is located at 100 L Street SW (L Street SW and Maine Avenue SW) just off Southwest Waterfront Park, between the Navy Yard metro station and the National Portrait Gallery metro station. This luxurious hotel is within walking distance of many museums and attractions, including downtown Washington's Union Station and National Mall. The Wharf, a 15-story, 60-story skyscraper of luxury condominiums, is located directly opposite the Hyatt House. The Wharf's amenities include an indoor pool and spa, restaurants, and retail shops on levels 12 and 13 of the building. The building also includes the Hyatt Regency restaurant, which sits at its base with views of the Potomac River; it is open 24 hours a day. The hotel was designed by HOK and opened in 1969. It has 600 rooms around two floors above ground level on Maine Avenue and L Street SW. The building is listed on the National Register of Historic Places and contributes to the Southwest Waterfront Historic District. The Washington Harbour complex is located nearby, along with the Watergate complex directly opposite The Wharf. A pedestrian walkway, The Wharf, connects the complexes. Hyatt House Washington DC/The Wharf was designed by noted architect R. M. Schindler, who also designed The Watergate Hotel in the Watergate complex. The hotel has undergone two major renovations over the past three years. The first was in August 2006. The hotel initially estimated the cost of this renovation at $50 million. However, after an extensive reattempt to demolition, it was converted into a 15-floor condominium development with office space and a "spa, bar and restaurant" (restaurateur Stefano Tonchi) on floors 12 through 15.
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