Grand Hyatt Washington, Washington, D.C.
1000 H Street, NW
Washington, D.C. 20001
With a location in Washington D.C.’s Penn Quarter neighborhood, Grand Hyatt Washington boasts spacious rooms that are cosmopolitan and sleek, mirroring the urban landscape that exists just outside. From the marble bathrooms to the oversized workstations, to the cozy Hyatt Grand Bed™, you’ll find your room quickly becomes the perfect place to unwind at the end of each day. See top sights, from The White House to museum after museum, or traverse the city’s rich dining and nightlife scene. Access the FIT Club next door and work out or swim laps in the pool. Hop on the train from Metro Center, accessed through the hotel lobby, and the city is yours to explore.
Important Hotel Info
- Please note that the hotel has a 72-hour cancellation policy. Any cancellations made less than 72 hours out will be charged a cancellation fee of one night’s room and tax.
- Beginning June 1, 2019, all new, future reservations will have a destination fee of $20.00 plus tax applied to each night of your stay (Courtesy Card Holders & Globalists Excluded). This fee includes: discounted luxury town car airport transfer, 10% off Old Town Trolley Tours, $10 food and beverage credit daily and more.
- Check In: 3:00 p.m.; Check Out: 12:00 p.m.
- Hotel Parking: Valet Parking is an estimated rate of $62, and Self-Parking is an estimated rate of $25
Getting to the Hotel
For driving directions to the Grand Hyatt Washington click here.
The Hotel does not provide a shuttle service. Rates listed below our estimate and one way.
- From Regan National Airport (DCA) – $30
- From Dulles International Airport (IAD) – $85
- From Baltimore/Washington International (BWI) – $85
Valet Parking is an estimated rate of $62
Self-Parking is an estimated rate of $25
Parking & Public Transportation
There are over 3000 parking spaces among the Blue, Orange, Silver, and Red Lines. The closest stop is Metro Center; connect to the Grand Hyatt Washington Hotel. Click here to view the schedule.
Things to Do in D.C.
Visit Washington.org to find more things to do and trip ideas for a variety of travel styles.
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