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This stay at the Grand Hyatt Washington DC actually happened a few months ago but I am (slowly) working my way through a backlog of trip reports.  This Grand Hyatt Washington review came at the conclusion of our trip to Peru

(SEE ALSO: 5 tips for visiting Machu Picchu – including the one thing I wish I hadn’t forgotten)

(SEE ALSO: What to do with 7 days in the Sacred Valley Peru BESIDES Machu Picchu)

Lobby of the Grand Hyatt Washington DC

Grand Hyatt Washington location and metro access

After landing in Washington DC, we transferred from IAD to downtown Washington DC using the Silver Line bus and then took the Washington Metro to the Metro Center stop, which is a stop on the red, blue, silver or orange lines.  You can actually walk right from the metro stop to an entrance of the hotel (pictured below; sorry for how dark the picture is!)


Just follow that hallway into the lobby of the Grand Hyatt Washington DC


If you’re coming by car or Uber, the Grand Hyatt Washington address is 1000 H Street NW, Washington, D.C., USA, 20001

Grand Hyatt Washington cost

The Grand Hyatt Washington is a Category 4 Hyatt hotel, which means that it costs 15,000 World of Hyatt points per night for a standard room.  You can also pay 21,000 points for an Executive Club level room or 7500 points + $100 for a Cash and Points stay.  Because it’s a Category 4 hotel, you can also use the free certificate from the credit card, which is what we did.  As Globalist members, we were given a complimentary upgrade to the executive lounge (See below)

As far as cash prices go, Grand Hyatt Washington DC prices range anywhere from $150 up to $300, making it a solid value for points redemptions.  You can check Grand Hyatt Washington DC prices at hereInvalid request error occurred. or read other reviews at TripAdvisor hereInvalid request error occurred.

Rooms at the Grand Hyatt Washington DC

We were given a standard room at the Grand Hyatt Washington DC with an atrium view.  We had one king bed which worked out just fine since it was only the two of us.  The extra desk and chair was a comfortable place to get a bit of work done.


Grand Hyatt Washington executive lounge and food

As I mentioned earlier, we were upgraded to a club level room with access to the Grand Hyatt Washington executive lounge.  The Grand Hyatt Washington executive lounge has hours below


We got there late at night and just missed the dessert buffet, which was a huge bummer to my chocolate obsessed wife.  If my experiences at other hotels are similar, I would imagine the hors d’oeuvres would classify as “dinner”

(SEE ALSO: 4 hotels that give dinner for free)

And as you can see that children under 14 must be accompanied by an adult, and hey, if kids are really cramping your style, the Grand Hyatt Washington executive lounge does have an area that is adults-only


Although we got there too late to check out the evening hors d’oeuvres or dessert buffet, we did go to the Grand Hyatt Washington executive lounge for breakfast.


I had a breakfast wrap which was quite tasty


And, although we missed the cocktail hours (and I don’t drink anyways), here is a picture of the alcohol available at the Grand Hyatt Washington executive lounge (along with me in the background 😀 )


Grand Hyatt Washington DC amenities

The Grand Hyatt Washington DC has your standard amenities, including a fitness center, business room, etc.  Note that one change is that as of January 2018 they no longer have an indoor pool (that space is in the process of being repurposed)

Grand Hyatt Washington parking costs are anywhere from $10 for 0-2 hours or $42 per overnight for self parking all the way to $30 for 0-2 hours to $58 per day for valet parking.  There are no in and out privileges with self parking

Have you stayed at the Grand Hyatt Washington DC before?  Leave your experiences in the comments

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