Hotel was great and in a great location. My only complaint would be that the newly remodeled roof deck pool has so many special events open to the outside public that guests can find it difficult to use the pool.
Although our room was upgraded to a suite it wasn't better. The king bed was very comfortable but my son had to sleep on the fold out couch. Not comfortable, and bathroom was hard to get to with bed out.
The staff was wonderful and very accommodating. Overall our stay was wonderful. I would recommend this to everyone.
We had an excellent city break to DC staying in this hotel. It is in a good position right on Dupont Circle, with good nearby restaurants and interesting shops (especially good bookshop across street!)
My husband and I had a perfect Friday date night stay at the Topaz Hotel. I arrived and was warmly greeted by the front desk staff and offered red or white wine. I appreciated that after a long day at the office. I was quickly checked in and went up to the 10th floor and was surprised with how big the room was. The room was clean and had a nice seating area to relax and enjoy my wine. The bed was very comfortable and overall the whole room was clean and well-appointed. I really liked all the natural light that came into the room. Topaz hotel is within walking distance of many restaurants and shopping. It's also a great starting point for a long run to Georgetown and Rock Creek Parkway.
Our stay was short but wonderful. The staff there were so friendly and helpful especially Emma Eaton who helped us with our check in when it didn't go so smooth at first. Expedia never told the hotel about our reservation. I had all my paperwork with my confirmation number and confirmation email. She handled everything quickly and was able to guarantee us a room. She apologized many times and even sent a bottle of wine and snacks to our room just for our inconvenience earlier. The next day we checked out at 11:00 but still had another college tour in the afternoon and they held our bags in a holding spot and also let us keep our car in the parking lot until we arrived later on to pick everything up. The staff went above and beyond at the Park Hyatt and I will definitely stay there again when visiting Washington DC.
Mid-rises and mansions grace the leafy streets of Dupont Circle, where independent cafes and shops thrive. With a number of gay bars and businesses, this area is DC’s main gay neighborhood. Foreign flags fly high on Embassy Row, the stretch of Massachusetts Avenue from the Circle to the National Zoo and National Cathedral. At night, locals head north to Adams Morgan for drinks and live music.