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The Fairfax at Embassy Row


    The Fairfax at Embassy Row
 in Washington

Overview

Over the span of the last 80 years, The Fairfax at Embassy Row has become into a historic Washington, D.C. hotel surrounded by a history of intrigue and glamour.

The stately hotel first opened its doors in 1927 and distinguished guests were immediately drawn to its grand elegance. Guestrooms were rented out for an outrageous sum of $4.00 per day for a double occupancy suite which included a parlor, bedroom, and a full bath.

In 1932, Colonel H. Grady Gore and his wife purchased the historic Washington, D.C. hotel. This was the decade congressman, senators, and ambassadors began to make the hotel their permanent residence. Most notably, a young Al Gore spent some time growing up in this stately Washington, D.C. hotel. Other residents included Mrs. Henry Cabot Lodge, Admiral and Mrs. Chester William Nimitz, and Senator John L. McClellan. A young George H. Bush and his parents, Senator and Mrs. Prescott Bush also made The Fairfax their home when they were in town.

Today, The Fairfax at Embassy Row offers 259 classically appointed guestrooms and suites which offer spectacular views of Dupont Circle, the National Cathedral, and Washington, D.C. monuments.

Located just two blocks away from the Dupont Circle Metro stop, guests have easy access to famed attractions such as The White House, the National Mall, and the Lincoln Memorial.

During World War II, the historic Washington, D.C. hotel earned the reputation as a sanctuary for soldiers visiting the nation's capital.

Contact Information:
2100 Massachusetts Ave. NW
Washington, D.C. 20008

Historic Hotels of America toll-free reservations number (800) 678-8946

The Jazz Age, 1919 ~ 1928

Over the span of the last 80 years, The Fairfax at Embassy Row has become into a historic Washington, D.C. hotel surrounded by a history of intrigue and glamour. The stately hotel first opened its doors in 1927 and distinguished guests were immediately drawn to its grand elegance. Guestrooms were rented out for an outrageous sum of $4.

Learn more about the History of The Fairfax at Embassy Row .


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