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Washington DC Meetings Space
Downtown Washington DC Hotel Meetings

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Meeting Rooms for Business Events

Located just steps from thriving business districts and the DC Convention Center, our Washington, DC meeting rooms offer a stylish and dynamic environment for all your business meetings, social events, banquets, wedding receptions, and private celebrations. With 1,360 square feet of flexible event space, two meeting rooms that reflect our sophisticated sensibilities and expert support to pull everything together – we offer a singular event space in Washington, DC for inspired meetings and gatherings.

A Better Winter Meeting

Kimpton keeps the spirit in your meetings long after the holidays. Book your group or meeting with us by January 31, 2015 and we'll take 5% off your master bill. But that's not all. The more you spend, the greater the perks. Our inspiring spaces, menus custom crafted by our chefs and additional perks will keep your group inspired, productive and comfortable this winter.

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Our Washington, DC meeting and event services and amenities include:

  • Expert Meeting Planning & Support From Our "Group Gurus"
  • Attentive Concierge
  • Creative Menu Design
  • Business Center
  • Complimentary High Speed Internet Access
  • Audio/Visual Equipment
  • Kimpton Global Business Program - Exclusive Rates & Benefits For Work-Related Travel

Washington, DC Meeting Catering

Creative catering for events at our Washington, DC meeting facilities is provided by our very own Topaz Bar, which features an eclectic Asian-inspired fusion cuisine.

Washington, DC Meeting Planners

Allow our attentive "Group Gurus" to handle the details, from seating plans and catering menus to meeting room design.

To begin planning your Washington, DC meeting, conference or event at Topaz Hotel, use our online Request For Proposal form, or call 202-448-1832

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Need to reserve a small meeting, room block, or submit a RFP?