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Metro Access – 3 Blocks
Price Range – $365 Weekend to $795 Weekdays

The Bottom Line: The St. Regis is a three block walk from the nearby Farragut metro station, and this makes traveling throughout the D.C. area extremely convenient. When compared to the Hampton Inn and The Quincy, which are also located in the Farragut neighborhood, the St. Regis is the most expensive option. Similar to The Quincy, the St. Regis offers a restaurant on hotel property, but guests will be asked to pay a fee for their Internet service. This hotel may be a better option for smokers than both competitors, as some smoking rooms are available. Most of the hundreds of reviews about the St. Regis were positive, as guests enjoyed the excellent bar and luxurious room accommodations. Of the few negative reviews that were noted, travelers pointed out the small fitness center and worn carpets as problem areas. The St. Regis is one of the most expensive hotels in all of Washington, D.C., so it is best suited for high-end or luxury travelers. While this neighborhood gives off a business-like appearance, visitors to the Farragut area will enjoy numerous dining and nightlife opportunities in this safe part of Washington, D.C.

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  • Internet – Daily fee of $12.95, wireless or wired in all rooms
  • Gym – Cardio machines, free weights, some weight machines
  • Parking – Valet only, daily rate of $25; overnight rate is $45
  • Shuttle to Airport – No shuttle
  • Breakfast – Hotel restaurant serves breakfast, not included with booking
  • Smoking Status – Some smoking rooms available
  • Pool – No pool
  • Rooms – Suite rooms available with living space, and standard 1 king or 2 queens (or 2 doubles)
  • Restaurants in Hotel – Decanter (Mediterranean cuisine), The St. Regis Bar (cocktail lounge)
  • Pets – Only dogs under 25 lbs. weight. One dog per room. One-time fee of $100 and daily fee of $25

Common Positive Remarks

  • Excellent bar
  • Luxurious room accommodations
  • Great customer service

Common Hangups

  • Small fitness center
  • Spotty Internet connection
  • Dirty carpets