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The Phoenix Park Hotel - DC

Washington DC All Airports, , US (WAS)

Originally featuring shared bathrooms, Irish-American entrepreneur Daniel Coleman refurbished and renovated the Phoenix Park Hotel.
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One Queen - Includes FREE Wi-Fi

One Queen - Includes FREE Wi-Fi

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The luxurious guest room with one queen bed featuring plush pillow top mattresses, 32-inch flat panel TV`s, complimentary high-speed and wireless internet, in-room safe, terry cloth bathrobes, Irish toiletries and a complimentary newspaper delivered right to your door.

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  • Free Newspaper
  • Free Wi-Fi
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Superior One King Bed - Includes FREE Wi-Fi

Superior One King Bed - Includes FREE Wi-Fi

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The luxurious guest room with one king bed featuring plush pillow top mattresses, 32-inch flat panel TV`s, complimentary high-speed and wireless internet, in-room safe, terry cloth bathrobes, Irish toiletries and a complimentary newspaper delivered right to your door.

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  • Free Newspaper
  • Free Wi-Fi
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Two Doubles - Includes FREE Wi-Fi

Two Doubles - Includes FREE Wi-Fi

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The luxurious guest room with two double beds featuring plush pillow top mattresses, 32-inch flat panel TV`s, complimentary high-speed and wireless internet, in-room safe, terry cloth bathrobes, Irish toiletries and a complimentary newspaper delivered right to your door.

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The Phoenix Park Hotel - DC
520 North Capitol St NW, Washington, DC US 20001

Location

You can easily get to the Smithsonian Institution and the Capitol Building is also within walking distance. The hotel is close to JFK Center for Performing Arts, Penn Quarter, FBI headquarters, White House, and Verizon Center. In the rhythm of everything political and historical in DC, this hotel is 1 block from the Metro, shops, and restaurants of Union Station; the Capitol is 2 blocks away; major landmarks are within 3 miles.

Why Stay Here

  • Restaurant
  • Free Wi-Fi
  • Gift Shops
  • Multilingual Staff

Resort Details

The Phoenix Park Hotel has a somewhat comprehensive history, starting life in the hotel business as a place outlined for workers and travelers coming from the nearby Union Station. All Guests have entry to the famous Irish pub and Dubliner Restaurant, one of Capitol Hill`s most esteemed places to eat and drink. The name comes from the iconic Phoenix Park in Dublin, and the hotel attempts to give esteem to this important piece of Irish history with its brilliantly crafted architecture and decor, including authentic oil paintings and marble staircase. Common areas present at Phoenix Park Hotel incorporate a restaurant, a terrace, a gift shop, a bar/lounge, ballroom and also a non-smoking area. The accommodation offers a dry cleaning/laundry, a bell boy and a wedding service. For a good workout, there is a Fitness Center and Health Club. A conference space and a business center are part of the business facilities, as is an audio-visual equipment set. It is wheelchair accessible has interior corridors, express check-out and brailed elevators with ramp access to buildings. There is a breakfast buffet served for a small fee. Valet parking is available and this hotel is FEMA approved.

Accommodation Details

Air-conditioning is one of the facilities offered in Phoenix Park Hotel. Smoking in the rooms here is not accepted. Free internet access via television with cable can be used by guests of this hotel. In addition to general facilities, the beds are fitted with a premium bedding set and a pillow top mattress. Bathrooms are made better with supplements such as a bathroom amenities set, hair dryer, a designer toiletries set and also a shower/bath combination. When you book a room with a kitchen, it comes with a coffee/tea maker as well. For safety purposes and for the hearing impaired, there is a fire alarm with light, sprinklers, and smoke detectors as well as electronic door locks. Rooms are handicapped and wheelchair accessible.

Restaurants, Lounges & Bars

The Dubliner offers delicious pub fare, live Irish entertainment 7 nights a week, along with a wide range of choice beers and ales including their very own brew, Old Dubliner Amber Ale. For that after hours get together or impromptu gathering of friends and family, the Dubliner is where genuine Irish cuisine and style prevail with fare including corned beef and cabbage, Irish stew, and multiple brews. During the warmer weather, there is no better spot to watch the power players of Washington, DC pass by than on the open-air patio on Massachusetts Avenue.

Nearby

DC is a city full of culture and history and offers numerous free activities. However for those exciting activities that you don`t want to miss you can purchase your tickets in advance through BookIt.com when you book your accommodations.

  • Monuments by Moonlight Night Tour
  • Newseum
  • Georgetown Food Tour
  • Old Town Trolley Tours of Washington DC
  • Madame Tussauds Washington DC
  • Spirit of Washington DC Lunch and Dinner Cruise

AMENITIES:
  • 24 Hour Security
  • 24-Hour Front Desk
  • ATM Machine (+)
  • Audio/Visual Equipment
  • Ballroom
  • Banquet Facility (+)
  • Business Center
  • Concierge Desk
  • Dry Cleaning Service (+)
  • Elevator / Lift
  • Event Catering (+)
  • Express Check-Out
  • Fitness Facility
  • Free Morning Paper
  • Free Wi-Fi
  • Handicap Services
  • Interior Corridors
  • Laundry Services/Laundry Facility (+)
  • Lounge/Bar (+)
  • Luggage Storage
  • Multilingual Staff
  • Non-Smoking Property
  • Parking (Fee)
  • Porter / Bellhop
  • Restaurant (+)
  • Room Service
  • Safe Deposit at Front Desk
  • Town Car Services (+)
  • Valet Parking (+)
  • Vending Machines (+)
  • Wake-Up Service
  • Walk to Metro
  • Wedding Services (+)
  • Wheelchair Access
  • Wireless Internet
(+) = Additional fees may apply for the use of these amenities.
(*) = Free, some restrictions may apply

Based on 1276 reviews
from Charlottesville, Virginia
Submitted on 20-05-2016
The Phoenix just underwent a facelift with redecorated rooms and lobby. The result ? . . .. . Clean , cool to cold color, and decorative scheme. It had the feel of indifferent Scandanavian detachment, more so because a comfortable chair to read and relax in are critical and the pull out couch in our room was not the answer. The reception staff were polite but uninformed about the world outside the door. All the flags at Union Station across the street were at half staff as were the three f... Read more
from New Haven, Connecticut
Submitted on 24-05-2016
I've never written a review of a hotel before, but my experience at the Phoenix Park made me think I should. I stayed here for 2 nights solo while traveling for business. The weird: 1. I showered with the bathroom door ajar (I was by myself and do this in every single hotel room in which I stay - I average 4 hotel stays a month), and the steam from the shower set off the fire alarm. Of course, I am in the shower when this happens but don't know the reason, so I jump out of the shower and thro... Read more
from Tuscaloosa
Submitted on 24-05-2016
Stayed here three nights last week. It's a little less priced than the big hotels around the corner, but no less on style, location and amenities. The recent remodel was great. The rooms are nice and well updated. The second floor coffee and business center was a nice morning start. And next door to the Dubliner is a plus. Well worth the look.
from Taos, New Mexico
Submitted on 25-05-2016
A little pricey, but probably due to the excellent location. Friendly, helpful staff, very clean and comfortable rooms and common area. The connected bar/restaurant was extremely convenient for meals if one did not feel like going out after a long business day. It was, however, very convenient to other restaurants.
from Sugar Grove, United States
Submitted on 26-05-2016
Easy online reservation. Hotel was ready for me when I arrived. However, a colleague who also had a reservation was told upon her arrival that there were no rooms available and that she had been booked at another hotel. She was not notified prior to her arrival.
from London, United Kingdom
Submitted on 31-05-2016
Good room. Plenty of space. But $4 for a small bottle of water in the room. Classy hotels offer complimentary water. Dining in the Dubliner pub less successful - Probably the worst "world famous fish and chips" I have eaten. And as the pub had a graduation party the noise reached the fourth floor until 2am. Better places to eat nearby. Located within walking distance of Union Station so good if arriving by train and on the circulator bus route so easy to see the sights. So use it but not to eat ... Read more
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Submitted on 01-06-2016
Tiny room at an exhorbitant price. No restaurant in the hotel but a Pub attached. Unfriendly staff at the desk. Not a smile to be seen. When we arrived at our room we called the front desk to say it was way too small. Were told we were early arrivals and had to take it. This, despite the fact, I had booked this room 6 months ago! The room was very clean and updated but so tiny. Our view was the building next door. And we had to pay over $300 for this! Poor value. In its favor, it's a b... Read more
from Edinburgh, United Kingdom
Submitted on 02-06-2016
We spent a couple of nights here in May on a package tour across the States. Disappointed not to have tea and coffee making facilities in an otherwise attractive bedroom. Not an exciting area of town. But good breakfast at cafe along the street.
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Submitted on 04-06-2016
An "historic" (= old) hotel that is still in the midst of being extensively (and beautifully) modernized and upgraded. Some of the old classic touches remain, such as the fact that some rooms that are quite small, but hey, you didn't come to D.C. to stay in your hotel room. Hotel rooms just weren't very big way back when and a modern-day bed can fill up an old room. The hotel is right across from Union Station, so convenient to trains & Metro and to Capital Hill. Also very handy that they ha... Read more
from York, Pennsylvania
Submitted on 04-06-2016
I came and stayed at this hotel with some friends. When I booked the hotel online, from the pictures, it looked a little out of date but still kind of cool because it is a historic hotel of America. The online pictures showed very "loud" wallpaper and bedspreads. Like I said it looked out of date but still a place I wanted to try out. When we got to the hotel it was so modern and clean! It was completely different from the pictures. Kind of a let down but also a pleasant surprise. The bed was co... Read more
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