WASHINGTON, DC -- (Marketwire) -- 03/07/13 -- JW Marriott Washington, DC has been recognized by readers of Medical Meetings with a 2012 Medical Meetings Merit & Distinction Award. The award distinguishes the hotel as an industry leader in the medical meetings field. Featuring elegant accommodations, world-class service, fine dining and spacious meeting rooms in downtown Washington, DC, JW Marriott Washington, DC, is highlighted in the March 2013 issue of Medical Meetings, along with other award winners.
One of only 40 properties to win the annual award, this downtown Washington, DC hotel was selected by medical, pharmaceutical, bioscience and medical device meeting planners, who voted on their top picks in the September/October and November/December 2012 issues of the trade publication.
The hotel's Washington, DC event space includes 29 meeting rooms, each equipped with state-of-the-art audiovisual equipment and high-speed Internet access. Its 37,000 square feet of event space also includes an exhibition space, perfect for conventions, and a Grand Ballroom with seating for up to 1,520, which can accommodate fundraising galas and celebrations.
In addition to its award-winning event space, JW Marriott Washington, DC offers a number of other amenities that are appealing to meeting planners. Guest rooms are equipped with a spacious work area and high-speed Internet access. The hotel is just 15 minutes from Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport and steps from the Metro. A private concierge lounge offers additional business services, while a full-service Starbucks® serves as an alternative space for casual one-on-one meetings.
After a full day, attendees can enjoy a workout in the fitness center or a dip in the indoor pool. Or, meet with colleagues for dinner and drinks at Avenue Grill or 1331. On days off, explore the city's biggest attractions including The White House, International Spy Museum, The Newseum and some of the country's best museums.
About JW Marriott Washington, DC
Whether museums or meetings bring visitors to the nation's capital, JW Marriott Washington, DC is the perfect address to call home. This luxurious downtown hotel, located on Pennsylvania Avenue and just around the corner from the White House, offers comfortable accommodations, a convenient location and the attentive service that comes with the JW Marriott experience. Guest rooms are warm and elegant with a rich color palette, high-speed Internet access, 37-inch LCD TV, 24-hour room service, a desk, coffee/tea service and cozy bed with thick mattress and 300-thread-count sheets. With the Metro just a block away, guests can get to meetings or attractions within minutes. See everything DC has to offer, from the National Mall and the National Portrait Gallery, or spend a day relaxing at the fitness center, indoor pool and whirlpool. Corporate travelers can host casual meetings at the full-service Starbucks or work some overtime in the concierge-lounge, available with upgraded accommodations and offering continental breakfast, evening hors d'oeuvres and snacks. For larger meetings, JW Marriott Washington, DC is just a 15 minute drive from Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport and offers 37,000 square feet of meeting space. Guests can enjoy a hearty meal at Avenue Grill, overlooking Pennsylvania Avenue, or a casual bite at 1331 Bar & Lounge.
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JW Marriott Washington, DC
1331 Pennsylvania Avenue NW
Washington, District Of Columbia 20004
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