Renaissance Mayflower Hotel
1127 Connecticut Avenue, NW 
Washington, DC 20036 
202-776-9182 (FAX) 
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The Renaissance Mayflower Hotel is one of Washington's foremost hotels.  Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, the Renaissance Mayflower is situated in the heart of D.C.'s business and shopping district known as the Golden Triangle.  For over 60 years the Mayflower has hosted presidential inaugural balls, royalty, and visiting dignitaries.

General:  The Renaissance Mayflower Hotel completed a $100 million renovation in 1998, restoring the landmark to its original opulent beauty. The hotel is located between L and M Streets on prestigious Connecticut Avenue.  A few short blocks away is the White House and many other Washington attractions.  The Metro is half a block away for easy access to all areas of the city.

Accommodations:  The Mayflower boasts 660 luxuriously appointed guest rooms and suites.


Tour Desk
Concierge Desk
Facilities for the Disabled
Non-smoking Rooms
Valet Parking
In-room Private Dining
In-room Refreshment Center
Currency Exchange
Valet Service
Complimentary coffee, newspaper, shoe shine
Movie Channels in-room
Health Club Facilities
Exercise/Weight Room
Business Center

Cafe Promenade - Award-winning restaurant features innovative Mediterranean cuisine.  Extensive wine list.  Live entertainment.

Town and Country - A bar and lounge with an English-club atmosphere.  Light dining, spirits, evening piano entertainment.

Lobby Court - Intimate and elegant, perfect for cocktails and refreshments.

Meeting and Banquet Facilities:  Renaissance Mayflower offers 34,000 square feet of meeting space in 19 rooms.  The Grand Ballroom has been the site of presidential inaugural balls since Calvin Coolidge.  The Ballroom holds 1,000.  The gracefully appointed rooms can accommodate small conferences to large banquets.


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Updated 28 September 1998