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Hyatt Regency Crystal City
2799 Jefferson Davis Highway
Arlington, VA 22202
Nightly Rates (359.00 - 447.00)   3 Star
Hyatt Regency Crystal City

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Property Description
The Hyatt Regency Crystal City features 685 non smoking deluxe guest rooms and is located at Reagan National Airport, five minutes from downtown Washington, DC. The hotel is also only five minutes from the Smithsonian, the White House, the Capitol Building, Georgetown, the Kennedy Center for Performing Arts, and historic Old Town Alexandria. The Hyatt Regency Crystal City is also conveniently located only minutes from great shopping at Pentagon City. On the property guests will find an outdoor swimming pool and whirlpool, a state-of-the-art exercise room, Hyatt Business Plan guest rooms, casual dining in the open atrium restaurant Cinnabar, fine dining and spectacular views in the rooftop restaurant Chesapeake Grill, complete meeting and banquet facilities for up to 1,600, and an exhibit hall with 23,000 square feet. Hyatt Regency Crystal City offers convenience to Washington, DC without the congestion, and the property guarantees no airport noise.

Hyatt Regency Crystal City

  • AM/FM Alarm Clock

  • Babysitting/Child Services

  • Bar/Lounge

  • Business Center

  • Coffee Maker in Room

  • Concierge

  • 24 Hour Front Desk

  • Handicapped Rooms/Facilities

  • Express Checkout

  • Hairdryers Available

  • Modem Lines in Room

  • Meeting/Banquet Facilities

  • No Smoking Rooms/Facilities

  • No Smoking Rooms/Facilities

  • Free Newspaper

  • Pool

  • Restaurant

  • Room Service

  • Safe Deposit Box

  • Shops/Commercial Services

  • Fitness Center or Spa

  • Tennis

  • Television with Cable

  • Laundry/Valet Services

  • VIP Rooms/Services

  • Courtesy Car

  • Room Information
  • Guest Rooms

  • There are 685 non smoking guest rooms at the Hyatt Regency Crystal City. Features include a desk with two leather chairs, one nightstand in double/double rooms and two nightstands in king-sized rooms, live plant, remote control television, two telephones with voice mail (one with a dataport), two line phones leather ice bucket and AM/FM alarm clock radio. Other amenities include shampoo, conditioner, shoe shine mitt, sewing kit, shower cap and glycerin soap. Hairdryer and iron/ironing board in all rooms, in-room coffee maker. Rooms also feature video account review, video checkout and individual climate control. Hyatt Business Plan? rooms are also available. Accommodations include: * 377 king-sized beds * 293 double-double beds * All non-smoking rooms * 186 Gold Passport® rooms
  • Presidential Suite

  • This suite has a large living room that can accommodate up to 35 people, reception or hospitality style. There is a dining room that seats eight people, and features a stereo, baby grand piano, den area and a 1/2 bath. A balcony off the living room overlooks the Potomac River and Washington, DC area. The master bedroom includes a king-sized bed and a bathroom with a marble encased sunken tub. Smoking is not allowed.
  • Regency Suites

  • There are five Regency Suites with a living room, a dining area large enough for six people, wet bar and a separate bathroom in the suite parlor. Suite parlors connect to both a king bedded and double-double bedded room. Guests can request one connecting room or both. Suite parlors can accommodate up to 20 people for a reception or hospitality. All rooms are non smoking.
  • Executive Suites

  • The nine Executive Suites include a parlour with wet bar, sofa large chair, game table for 2, fold-out Murphy bed and oversized bathroom. Two parlors connect with double-double bedded rooms, all others connect with a king bedded rooms. The Executive Suite also has a balcony overlooking National Airport, The Capitol Drive and the Potomac River. All rooms are non smoking.
  • Balcony Suites

  • The fifteen Balcony Suites are all deluxe king bedded rooms that include a sitting area with sofa and chairs. There is also a wet bar, oversized bathroom and a balcony overlooking National Airport, the Capitol Drive and the Potomac River. All rooms are non smoking.

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    For reservations, room rates and availability, click the Reservations icon above. To speak with a Hyatt representative personally, call (800) 633-7313. If calling from outside the US, obtain international reservation numbers at www.hyatt.com/hotel_reservations/reservations_numbers.html.

    Miscellaneous Information
  • American Dollars is the native currency. 

  • Check in time is 3PM 

  • Check out time is 12PM 

  • Time Zone is  Eastern 

  • Opened in  1982 

  • Renovated in  1996 

  • 685  rooms. 

  • 0  suites. 

  • 0  floors. 

  • Directions
    * Follow the signs to Crystal City * Cross the bridge and look for the sign marked Route 1 South * At the first signal, make a left onto 27th Street * The Hyatt Regency Crystal City is on the left * 1/2 mile from Washington National Airport * 2 miles from Washington, DC * 5 minutes from the Capitol, White House, Smithsonian Museums, Old Town Alexandria * 30 miles from Washington/Dulles International Airport Ronald Reagan International Airport, Washington Dulles International, Baltimore - Washington International

    Guarantee Policy
    A credit card guarantee is required to complete a reservation. Your credit card will be charged if cancellation policies are not correctly followed. The amount charged may equal the cost of 1 (one) or more nights plus applicable taxes.

    Cancellation Policy
    Cancellation policies vary based on day of arrival. When making reservations, please read the rate rules given immediately after selecting a specific rate. Policies are provided before the reservation is complete.

    Restaurant Information
    Chesapeake Grill  A rooftop restaurant with a spectacular, panoramic view of Washington DC and National Airport. Perfect for dinner or cocktails. The Grill features the finest in fresh seafood, as well as other American cuisine specialities. Open for dinner Monday through Saturday, 6PM-10PM Cinnabar  A delightful restaurant serving breakfast, lunch and dinner, overlooking the atrium lobby. Lobbibar  Elegant lobby with big screen television bar area. Cocktail service and light fare menu featured. Open 3PM-2AM Monday - Saturday; 3PM-12AM on Sunday

    Meeting Facility
    More than 30,000 square feet of newly renovated, flexible meeting space in 25 meeting rooms and 14 conference parlors which accommodate groups of 10 to 1600 people. Plus, one of the largest exhibition halls in the metropolitan Washington area. Ample pre-function space for registration and/or reception. Individual controls for lighting and sound in all meeting rooms. Audio visual company on premises. Complete catering services for all events. * Regency Ballroom - 13,448 square feet * Exhibition Hall - 23,000 square feet (accommodates 110, 8' x 10' booths). * Potomac Room - 5,185 square feet * President's Quarters - 3531 square feet * Board Room - 594 square feet * Washington Room - 2646 square feet * Virginia Rooms - 2480 square feet * Conference Theater - 1444 square feet

    Recreation Information
    * Outdoor pool with sundeck and exercise room * Twenty miles of jogging and cycling trails along scenic Potomac River * Stroll through Historic Old Town Alexandria * Tours arranged of downtown Washington DC and surrounding areas including Mount Vernon * Nearby golf and tennis by appointment * Tourmobile/GREYLINE/METRO passes available

    The Hyatt Regency Crystal City is an airport hotel adjacent to Washington National Airport, which is only five minutes from downtown Washington, DC.
  • Arlington National Cemetery

  • Among the 1,000 white headstones are the graves of John F. Kennedy, Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis, Robert Kennedy, William Howard Taft and Oliver Wendell Holmes. The hourly changing of the guard at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier is a stirring sight. The cemetery is open from 8AM - 5PM, October through March and 8AM - 7PM, April through September. Arlington, Virginia 22211; (703) 692-0931.
  • Black History Month Celebration (February)

  • Special events, various Smithsonian Museum exhibits and cultural programs celebrate the contributions of African Americans to the quality of American life. Smithsonian Institute; (202) 357-2700.
  • Chinese New Year's Parade (January)

  • More than 10,000 spectators come to watch. Traditional lions, drums, and dragon dancers make their way through DC's downtown streets in a parade to celebrate the Chinese Lunar New Year. On "H" Street, NW between Fifth and Eighth Streets; (202) 724-4091.
  • National Cherry Blossom Festival (March - April)

  • Washington's historic monuments are framed in springtime splendor when more than 6,000 Japanese cherry trees bloom in late March/early April. The Cherry Blossom Festival parade is an annual highlight to mark the event with princesses, floats and VIPs. Other events include free outdoor concerts, the Japanese Lantern Lighting Ceremony and the Cherry Blossom Ball. National Cherry Blossom Festival Committee; (202) 737-2599.
  • National Christmas Tree Lighting/Pageant of Peace (December)

  • In a special holiday celebration with seasonal music and caroling, the giant Christmas tree near the White House is lighted by the President. From then until New Year's Day, the Ellipse is the site of nightly choral performances, a nativity scene and a spectacular display of lighted Christmas trees representing each State of the Union.
  • National Independence Day Celebration (July)

  • The Nation's capital celebrates July 4th in grand style. Events begin at 10AM with a dramatic reading of the Declaration of Independence. At 12PM, a parade begins down Constitution Avenue. At 4PM a variety of entertainment follows on the Washington Monument grounds. At 9:15PM the evening closes with an annual fireworks display over the Washington Monument. All events are free. (202) 619-7222.
  • Old Town Alexandria

  • Old Town, the historic riverfront district of Alexandria, was founded as a tobacco port in 1749 by Scottish immigrants. Having survived both the Revolutionary and Civil Wars, Old Town has emerged as a prosperous town with a strong historic identity. For all its quaint historic charm, it sizzles with New Orleans jazz, sprouts exotic restaurants, relishes street musicians and avant garde art, and supports more than 200 specialty shops and art galleries. Located across the river from Washington, DC, five minutes from National Airport. Starting at Metro Station at King Sreet, the western edge of Old Town, you can begin a 16-block stroll towards the waterfront, past restaurants, galleries and boutiques. Ramsay House Visitors Center, 221 King Street; (703) 838-4200.
  • Pentagon

  • One of the world's largest office buildings (3.7 million sq. ft.). The headquarters for the Secretary of Defense, Army, Navy, Air Force, and Coast Guard. Tours are available on the half hour 9:30AM - 3:30PM, Monday through Friday. Closed federal holidays and weekends. Arlington, Virginia; (703) 695-1776.
  • Smithsonian Museums

  • The world's largest museum complex with 14 museums and the National Zoo. Museums include National Air and Space, National Museum of American History, Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden, National Portrait Gallery and the National Museum of Natural History. All of the museums are open from 10AM - 5:30PM everyday, except Christmas. Admission is free. Smithsonian Information Center, 1000 Jefferson Drive, SW, Washington, DC 20560; (202) 357-2700.
  • US Holocaust Memorial Museum

  • The museum tells the story of the Holocaust in its 3-floor permanent exhibition. Highlights include the "Tower of Faces", the actual barracks building from Auschwitz, videotaped witness testimony, and the "Hall of Remembrance". Open from 10AM - 5:30PM daily. Advanced reservations required. 14th Street & Raoul Wallenberg Place, SW, Washington, DC; (202) 653-9220.
  • White House

  • Home of every President except George Washington. The tour includes the ground floor library and china room, the State Floor's East, Green, Blue and Red rooms and the State Dining Room. Open from 10AM - 12PM, Tuesday through Saturday. Tickets required April through October and distributed from the Ellipse Kiosk beginning at 8AM. 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue, NW, Washington, DC 20500; (202) 456-7041 (tape). White House Visitor Center, 1450 Pennsylvania Ave NW, 202-456-7041.