Courtyard by Marriott Embassy Row renovates rooms, suites

Courtyard by Marriott Embassy Row in Washington, D.C. completed renovations that took nearly four months. Done floor-by-floor, the renovations saw changes made to the property’s 58 guestrooms and suites.

Throughout the renovations, Courtyard by Marriott Embassy Row focused on re-vamping the bedding, carpeting, overall design, and commitment towards protecting the environment through the use of eco-friendly products. Each guestroom was outfitted with 300-thread count sheets, new mattress pads and new feather pillows.

All guestrooms and suites have Plug-In technology, room service and premium movie channels as well as complimentary Internet access. Guests can also access the hotel’s fitness center, indoor pool and whirlpool. In addition, the Courtyard Embassy Row also provides group accommodations and Dupont Circle event space for a variety of occasions.

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In addition to the onsite amenities, Courtyard by Marriott Embassy Row’s guests have access to Natura, the hotel’s all-natural bath products. As part of the property’s environmental efforts, all leftover bath products are donated.

The Courtyard by Marriott Embassy Row is located at the inner circle of Washington, D.C., just minutes from the White House, National Mall, and the US Capitol, and within walking distance of nearby Metro Stations. 

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