Special-event space: An 18,000-square- foot indoor event terrace and a 2,500-square-foot rooftop terrace
Guest rooms: 1,175 rooms, including 46 suites (two presidential and six vice-presi- dential)
Amenities: Five restaurant, bar, and lounge options, including two private dining rooms
Connected to: TheWalter E. Washington Convention Center, which has 703,000
square feet of exhibit space and a 52,000-square- foot ballroom
CAPITAL CENTER: The hotel’s convenient location at the corner of Massachusetts Avenue and Ninth Street directly connects guests (via pedestrian concourse) with the adjacentWalter E.Washington Convention Center. Guests also have easy access to the rest of the city with the Mount Vernon Square Metro Station, just a few steps away, which provides connec- tions to the Yellow and Green lines.
emissions, and waste, as well as an effort to improve indoor air quality, are just a few of the ways the property will keep sustainability at the forefront of its goals. After meetings wrap up, guests can take advantage of the
hotel’s 8,000-square-foot, state-of-the-art fitness center; five restaurants and lounges; and multiple on-site retail outlets. The vibrant Penn Quarter district and Metro Green andYel- low lines are only steps away—but guests may want to stay
CONVENTION CENTER HIGHLIGHTS With a central location in the heart of the nation’s capital, and with two popular Metro lines just steps away, theWashington Marriott Marquis will be accessible to visitors by mul- tiple modes of transportation. The property will also include a
put, since the hotel, with its light- filled grand atrium lobby, is set to become D.C.’s newest social hub. Attraction-seekers will love that MountVernon Square, the Smithsonian American Art Muse- um, and a handful of historic parks are just a short walk away.
pedestrian concourse to the adjacentWalter E.Washington Con- vention Center.
On-site services and amenities will include an 8,000-square-foot fitness center; five restaurant, bar, and lounge options; retail outlets; and a concierge floor.
Designed to be one of the largest LEED Silver–certified hotel properties in the United States, the Washington Marriott Marquis will incorporate a number of eco-friend- ly initiatives, including the reduction
of CO2 emissions and water and energy use, as well as improved indoor environmental quality.