WASHINGTON, DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA PROPERTY EST. 1930 Adjacent to Rock Creek National Park, the Omni Shoreham Hotel has been the preferred Washington, DC destination of travelers and dignitaries for more than 70 years. Prominent politicians and world-renowned entertainers have been guests of the hotel, including The Beatles when they performed for the first time in the United States in 1964, and Missouri Senator Stuart Symington, who held allnight poker games in his room with President Harry Truman. The Omni Shoreham Hotel has appeared in movies, such as The Pelican Brief and No Way Out, and it has hosted every presidential inaugural ball from Franklin D. Roosevelt to Barack Obama. Delivering monumental service, the Omni Shoreham Hotel is a true Washington landmark and the ultimate destination for discerning guests. In 1933, the hotel was outfitted with a special ramp and an elevator to accommodate the needs of President Franklin D. Roosevelt. ORIGINAL HOTEL CLASSIC SERVICE TRADITIONAL DÉCOR ART DECO AMENITIES 834 luxurious guestrooms and suites. Each with plush bathrobes, marble baths, clock radio with MP3 docking station, flat-screen TV, laptop-size safe, and high-speed Internet access. Concierge services, business center, 24-hour fitness center, sauna, and heated outdoor pool. DINING Roberts Restaurant serves Continental American cuisine in a casually refined setting. Morsels features coffee and sandwiches, and the Mark Russell Marquee Lounge serves martinis and imported beers. Splash! Pool Bar is open seasonally. LOCATION At the corner of Calvert Street and Connecticut Avenue in Northwest Washington, DC. 5-minute walk to Woodley Park Metrorail Station. Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport: 8 miles, 20 minutes. 2500 Calvert Street NW Washington, DC 20008 T 202.234.0700
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