Luxe touches Te Washington Marriott Wardman Park’s ballroom space has been updated with new wall coverings, wall-to-wall carpeting, and ceiling hang points. Lobby-level meeting rooms now feature a new digital signage system and wall treatments.
Washington Marriott Wardman Park
With a storied past and a bright future, the Washington Marriott Wardman Park is a landmark estate that contin- ues to build on a legacy of elegance and service. Washington, D.C.’s pre- mier convention hotel, the 1,300- room property has recently completed a number of new upgrades to its 195,000 square feet of meeting and event space. In addition to enhance- ments to the ballroom space, the hotel’s 95,000-square-foot exhibit hall has been redesigned with new wall-to- wall carpeting and air walls — a feature that gives association and corporate
Plenty of space and amenities right at D.C.’s doorstep
groups flexibility for trade shows and breakout sessions. All 1,300 guest rooms and suites
at Washington Marriott Wardman Park include 300-thread-count sheets, down bedding, flat-screen TVs, and technol- ogy panels that integrate laptops into the entertainment system. Guests can choose between four on-site restau- rants, including Stone’s Trow Restau- rant — a refreshing take on the modern American Steakhouse. An interactive chef’s table and four private rooms make the space ideal for events of up to 281 guests.
MEETING SPACE 195,000 square feet
NUMBER OF GUEST ROOMS 1,300
AMENITIES Four restaurants, a heated swimming pool and sundeck, and an on-site Metro station