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The Eldon Luxury Suites
933 L Street NW
Washington, DC 20001
Nightly Rates (319.00 - 719.00) 2 Star
|Built in 1929 by David L. Stern, the current redevelopment project at 933 L Street in Northwest Washington DC is part of an on-going revitalization of the neighborhood and will result in a completely renovated interior as well as a historically restored exterior. Located just 1/2 a block from the Washington Convention Center and the Mt. Vernon Square Metro Station, The Eldon Luxury Suites is at the center of D.C.'s new downtown. With one-two-and three bedroom units and Penthouse ranging from 600 to 1500 square feet, The Eldon Luxury Suites defines stylish, exclusive living in the heart of our nation's capital.|
Spacious, condo style suite includes large kitchen and living area.
Spacious two bedroom suite features full kitchen and living area and two full baths.
Spacious condo style suite including full kitchen and living area.
Spacious, grand penthouse suite featuring 3 full bedrooms, 2 full bathrooms, over 1200 square feet of space and a beautiful view of the city.
|Deposit: 25Dec2008 to 31Dec2014 - Guarantee may be required. Check rate rules.|
|Cancel 48 Hour Before Arrival. Cancellation penalty is 1 nights including tax. Reservations must be cancelled 48 hours prior to arrival to avoid penalty of 1 night room and tax.|
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