Hyatt Place Washington DC/US Capitol
33 New York Avenue NE
Washington, D.C., USA, 20002-3325
Tel: +1 202 289 5599
Explore Washington DC from Our Contemporary Extended Stay Hotel
With over 200 rooms and an ideal location in DC’s vibrant NoMa neighborhood, the 14-story Hyatt Place Washington DC/US Capitol is a contemporary hotel offering style and comfort to business and leisure travelers visiting the nation’s capital. Our comfortable spaces and modern conveniences feel simple and seamless, allowing you access to the essentials you need to live your best life on the road.
Our roomy rooms offer the perfect blend of home and office, so you can relax comfortably and stay productive during your stay. Connect all your electronic devices to the Hyatt Plug Panel™, rejuvenate with KenetMD™ bath essentials and sleep soundly on your Hyatt Grand Bed®. Free hotel-wide Wi-Fi, free a.m. Kitchen Skillet™ hot breakfast, 24-hour StayFit Gym and seasonal outdoor pool make your stay feel more like home. While our dedicated Host ensures your stay is an enjoyable one with availability to check you in or out, take your Gallery 24/7 Menu order or make your coffee anytime day or night.
Home to a thriving cultural and culinary hub, Washington, DC is more than a well-known political scene. You’ll find notable landmarks and historic destinations around every corner. Visit the National Mall for a glimpse at the Lincoln Memorial, Washington Monument, White House and Smithsonian museums. Our hotel’s ideal location in the up-and-coming NoMa neighborhood even provides spectacular views of the US Capitol building and the more intimate setting along N Street. As one of the hotels near National Museum of African American History and Culture by Metrorail, the hotel offers the ideal location for those coming to visit the new museum -- scheduled to open Fall 2016. We’re also within walking distance of the NoMa-Gallaudet U Metro station and more than a dozen local restaurants. For those traveling on business, we are walking distance from many companies such as the Department of Justice, Bureau of Alcohol Tobacco and Firearms, NPR, and more.