Exterior: M Street Hotel M Street Hotel  4 stars
1143 New Hampshire Ave Nw


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Location. The Renaissance M Street is located in Washington, D.C., in the Georgetown and Dupont Circle areas. The Dupont Circle neighborhood features office buildings and residential buildings and is home to Embassy Row's restaurants and nightlife. The hotel is less than one mile from the White House and less than two blocks from two light rail stops.
Hotel Features. The hotel houses sports themed Shula's Steakhouse serving breakfast, lunch and dinner. Coffee and newspapers are available in the lobby. The hotels offers 12 meeting rooms, the largest of which is 3,400 square feet. High speed Internet access is available. Weight training, cardiovascular equipment and free weights are provided in the fitness center.

Guestrooms. The Renaissance M Street's guestrooms are quipped with high speed Internet access and cable telvision. Newspapers are delivered daily upon request. Beds include down pillows, and extra pillows are placed upon the floral bedspreads. Dark wood finishes and fabrics in golds and reds accent the neutral colors in the rooms.

Expert Tip. Washington Redskins fans gather at Shula's Steakhouse in the Renaissance M Street although the restaurant was created by Don Shula, NFL Hall of Fame coach for the Miami Dolphins.

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Hotel Facilities

  • Check-in: 1500
  • Check-out: 1200
  • Coffee/tea maker
  • Safe
  • Fitness facility
  • In house dining
  • In house bar
  • Handicap accessible
  • Data ports
  • Hair dryer

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