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Mandarin Oriental Washington D.C. Opens The Jefferson Suite

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Mandarin Oriental, Washington D.C. has opened The Jefferson Suite.

Named after the memorial just outside its windows, The Jefferson Suite encompasses 1,900 square feet of the hotel's fourth-floor. The opulent two-bedroom, corner suite boasts a full kitchen, dining room, sitting area and den.

Guests can settle into the suites comfortable living areas, all while enjoying views of the Tidal Basin, the Washington Marina, Martin Luther King Memorial, and well beyond to the Pentagon and Arlington.

The windows in the suite frame the Jefferson Memorial like a picture-perfect portrait, and the soothing palette of taupe, brown and neutral tones is accented by subtle Asian touches that reflect the hotel's oriental heritage.

Exclusively available to guests staying in the rooms and suites, the Tai Pan Club, on the hotels eighth floor, now features a host of new services, including expanded gourmet culinary offerings, secure access, private concierge service and expedited check-in/check-out options.

The Tai Pan experience has been refined to reflect our guest preferences, said General Manager, Adriaan Radder. Frequent Tai Pan patrons, as well as our first-time guests, will find exciting enhancements to our services as a result. The culinary offering alone will entice guests to add the Tai Pan experience to their next stay at Mandarin Oriental, Washington D.C.

Rates for the Tai Pan Club experience begin at US$ 395, and provide guests with different amenities.

Mandarin Oriental, Suite, Washington

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