Named after the Jefferson Memorial just outside the suite’s windows, The Jefferson Suite, according to its website, is an “expansive display of comfort, function and luxury.” This two-bedroom, corner suite comes with a full kitchen, dining room, sitting area and den as it covers 1,900 square feet of the hotel’s fourth floor.
The suite gives a soothing ambiance with a color palette of taupe, brown and neutral tones accented by subtle Asian touches that reflect the hotel’s heritage.
Once guests settle into the suite’s luxurious, yet comfortable, living areas, they can look out their window as it frames the Jefferson Memorial like a picture perfect portrait, and enjoy the other picturesque D.C. views of the Tidal Basin, the Washington Marina and Martin Luther King Memorial.
“Restful and relaxing, the suite truly feels like a home away from home, something that’s difficult to achieve on the road,” the writers at Luxury Travel Mavens wrote about the suite. “The full kitchen is stocked not only with the essentials for cooking, but for entertaining as well…It’s easy to entertain…thanks to the oversized mahogany dining table with windows that overlook the Jefferson Memorial, framing it like a picture-perfect portrait.”
But don’t confuse this suite with your average extended stay. The Jefferson Suite guests get twice daily maid service and access to the hotel’s Tai Pan Club, a concierge floor that offers daily breakfast, a private room for business meetings, complimentary beverages and snacks throughout the day.
“This is an exciting addition to our signature suite offerings, as it is the only suite with a truly residential concept,” General Manager Adriaan Radder said. “In addition to the compelling views of the Tidal Basin, cherry blossom trees and the memorial, the suite is well suited for long-stay guests or families with its comfortable living areas, full kitchen and abundance of space.”
The rate for The Jefferson Suite is $5,000 per night.
(source: Mandarin Oriental Hotel Group official press release)