The Madison Hotel

Location: 1177 15th Street NW, Washington, DC 20005

Rating: 5 Stars

Direct Phone Number: (202) 862-1600

Reservations Phone Number: 1-866-260-8161


When visiting the nation’s capital, experience Washington, DCin a landmark location, with personalized service and elegant accommodations. One of the most distinguished hotels inWashington,DC, The Madison is only a short stroll from the White House, Embassy Row,NationalMallMonuments andSmithsonianMuseums.

Our sophisticated hotel inWashingtonDChas 353 exquisitely appointed guest rooms including 13 suites designed to provide the utmost elegance and privacy to our elite guests. Rooms are complemented with oversized desks and ergonomic chairs allowing guests to work in theirWashington,DChotel room with all the comforts of the home or office.

TheMadisonwill now offer complimentary internet in all of our guest rooms in addition to the lobby – stay tuned for exciting new bandwidth options for guest rooms and meetings in 2012

The MadisonHotelis also a great place to host your next meeting or conference. Given both “The Successful Meetings Pinnacle Award” and the “Meeting & Conventions Gold Key Award” let us show you how we take care of every detail with our themed breakout sessions designed to create a unique meeting environment.

Number of Guest Rooms: 353

Number of Suites: 13

Hotel Guest Room Features:

  • 400-Thread-count, 100% cotton bed linens
  • 100% Combed and ringspun cotton terry towels and bath sheets
  • Gilchrist & Soames skin and body care products made from the most unique, effective natural ingredients on the planet
  • Keurig coffee maker with gourmet coffee
  • Complimentary internet in all of our guest rooms in addition to the lobby
  • Lodgenet On Demand movies
  • Make-up mirror
  • Iron and ironing board
  • Hairdryer
  • 24-Hour room service
  • In-room safe
  • Guest dry cleaning and laundry service
  • Complimentary daily newspaper delivery
  • Wake up calls

Dining Options:

The Federalist

The Federalist, located next door to The Madison, is focused on resurrecting the culinary traditions of the Mid-Atlantic region. By exploring the food culture of a blossoming nation, they have created a restaurant menu that is inspired by 18th century American food lovers and executed through localWashington,D.C. producers and purveyors. The menu features heirloom varietal vegetables and dishes inspired by the early American-European union, as well as the flavors of the vibrant spice route. The Federalist’s focus is preparing thoughtful yet accessible cuisine.


Gear up for your day with a power breakfast, including a hot or cold buffet in addition to our Rush Hour Grab and Go breakfast options; you’ll enjoy warm and vibrant dining in Washington, DC at PostScript.

Add French-press coffee and fresh juice to your morning routine. Indulge in a breakfast dessert and a selection of specialty teas and coffees. Start your day with a classic breakfast including eggs, pancakes and bacon, or find the flavor of the region with our Local Flavors menu. The perfect place to fuel up for a day of meetings or sightseeing.


  • 353 renovated guest rooms including 13 suites
  • 24-hour fitness center, including steam room
  • Complimentary internet in all of our guest rooms in addition to the lobby
  • In-room spa services
  • Business center available 24 hours a day
  • Conference and meeting facilities
  • Pets welcome
  • Valet parking
  • In-room dining
  • Complimentary internet in lobby
  • Gift Shop
  • PostScript Restaurant & Lounge

The Madison will now offer complimentary internet in all of our guest rooms in addition to the lobby – stay tuned for exciting new bandwidth options for guest rooms and meetings in 2012

In-Room Business Amenities:

  • Spacious work desk with ergonomic chair
  • In-room wireless high speed internet access is available (HSIA)
  • 2 Telephones with dual voice lines and voicemail

Nearby Attractions:

The White House: White House visitors can learn much about the First Family’s home, including its architecture, furnishings and former residents. Located four blocks from The Madison.

National Mall and Memorial Parks: IncludesJefferson and Lincoln Memorials and theWashingtonMonument.

Dupont Circle and Embassy Row: Enjoy a colorful neighborhood with eclectic shops, restaurants and nightlife while experiencing a who’s who of embassies set in historic mansions.

Smithsonian Institution Museums: Explore the museums of the Smithsonian Institution for free, including the Air and Space Museum, Natural History Museum, American History Museum, American Indian Museum and more.

National Geographic Museum: Enjoy a wide variety of changing exhibitions that reflect the richness and diversity of our world. The Museum’s exhibitions and the scientific fieldwork and expeditions on which they are based are supported by National Geographic’s Mission Programs.

International Spy Museum: Since 2002 the International Spy Museum, located in Washington, D.C.’s Penn Quarter, has offered the only collection of public exhibits in the world dedicated entirely to espionage across nations and throughout history.

Newseum: If you’re a news junkie, this is the museum for you. The $450 million, seven-level Newseum is a monument to the members of the press and among the most interactive of Washington,D.C.’s museums.

Parking: The hotel offers valet parking.

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