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The Westin Georgetown, Washington D.C.

  • 2350 M Street N.W.
    Washington, DC 20037
    United States
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Meetings & Events Overview

Plan a mindful meeting at The Westin Georgetown, Washington D.C., where our expert team will help you pull off the perfect event. Ample natural light and beautifully designed venues will inspire your guests, while our culinary staff serves tempting dishes to keep energy levels high. Take advantage of the state-of-the-art equipment and technical expertise of our on-site audiovisual staff to create a lasting impression on your attendees.

Meetings at a Glance
Number of Guest Rooms: 269
Number of Meeting Spaces: 10
Largest Meeting Room Capacity: 300
Largest Meeting Room Size: 316 m²
3,400 ft²

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Overview Description: Located on both the lobby and Conference levels of the hotel, our flexible event space spans a total of 12,000 square feet and includes meeting rooms, ballrooms, and pre-function areas that can accommodate a diverse range of events and meetings. With its hardwood floors and columns, marble staircase, and impressive fireplace, the 4,500 square-foot Promenade hosts up to 180 in a sleek space designed in rich woods and clean lines. Step out onto the flagstones of our open courtyard with its cascading fountain and enjoy a breath of fresh air. Keep guests captivated in our Washington Ballroom, which spans 2,700 square feet and features its own spacious pre-function foyer. Ideal for keynote speakers and large presentations, the ballroom hosts up to 150 in an elegant setting under a stunning, modern chandelier. The beautifully appointed Mayfair Court treats guests to a unique, airy meeting space that opens out onto our peaceful courtyard via floor-to-ceiling French doors. With 690 square feet of space, Mayfair Court can comfortably seat 30 guests for a conference-style meeting or 60 guests for an intimate reception. Our 1,400 square-foot Scott Room is a contemporary space decorated in soothing ivory and beige tones. Perfect for conferences, the Scott Room can host up to 130 in various seating configurations and features clear sightlines and multiple lighting controls for impactful presentations.
Property Type: Urban
Year Built: 1980
No. of Buildings: 1
Total Floors: 8
Number of Meeting Spaces: 10
Total Meeting Room Size: 2,415 m²
26,000 ft²
Largest Meeting Room Size: 316 m²
3,400 ft²
Largest Meeting Room Capacity: 300
Smallest Meeting Room Size: 30 m²
323 ft²
Smallest Meeting Room Capacity: 10

Guest Rooms

Check in Time: 3:00 PM
Check out Time: 12:00 PM
Number of Guest Rooms: 269
In-Guest Room Internet: Wireless High Speed Internet Access in Public Areas
Wired High Speed Internet Access in Business Center
Suites one bedroom suites the westin georgetown features a total of five one bedroom suites, four with a king bed and one with two double beds. junior suites in addition to one bedroom suites, we also feature seven junior suites, each featuring a seating area in the same space. one has one king bed, while six have two double beds. Hospitality suite Suite 710, which connects to rooms 708 (with a king bed) and room 716 (two double beds), are fully equipped with an oversized living area that totals 682 square feet. Suite 710 parlor also consists of a dining area which seats 6 people comfortably around a rectangular glass topped dining table.


Overview Description: Please fill out our amenity form.
Pool: Yes
Pool Name: Outdoor Seasonal Pool
Spa: WestinWORKOUT® Gear Lending Program
WestinWORKOUT® Rooms Available
Sleep Well Lavender Balm

Local Area & Attractions

Time Zone: EST
Nearby Airports: Ronald Reagan National Airport
Airport Code: DCA
Airport Distance: 5 Kilometers
3 Miles
Nearby ATM and Banks: ATM Machine within the hotel there is an ATM machine located within our self serve business center, just off the main lobby of the hotel. fees apply for usage and billed by your bank. suntrust bank Twenty-Third & M/23rd and M 2250 M Street, NW Washington, DC 20037 202-296-1026 800-786-8787 Fax: 202-296-4706 1/2 block from hotel ATM Branch Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Weekend 9-5 9-5 9-5 9-5 9-5
Local Area:

Nestled in between the historic neighborhood of Georgetown and the thriving West End business district, The Westin Georgetown, Washington D.C. puts you in the heart of the capital. Georgetown University and George Washington University are just minutes away, as are the national offices of the World Wildlife Federation, Ernst & Young, the American Bar Association and the Germany, Spain, Qatar, and Tanzania embassies.

Shoppers can peruse the charming storefronts of M Street and Connecticut Avenue. World-famous attractions such as The National Mall and Smithsonian Museum are just two miles away. Rent a bike, hail a cab, or take the metro and within moments you’ll reach countless monuments, landmarks, and museums.

Sports buffs will find no shortage of teams to cheer for at Nationals Park, RFK Stadium, and FedEx Field. Meanwhile, music and performing arts fans can head to The Kennedy Center and Verizon Center for a thrilling evening in the nation’s capital.

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Convention and Visitors Bureau
destination dc Destination DC serves as the lead organization to successfully manage and market Washington, DC as a premier global convention, tourism and special events destination, with a special emphasis on the arts, cultural and historical communities. By developing and executing centralized and cohesive sales and marketing strategies, Destination DC generates economic development for the city through tourism and meetings. In 2007, visitor spending exceeded $5.5 billion, representing $620 million in new tax dollars for the District of Columbia. Destination DC is a private, non-profit corporation with a membership of more than 1,000 businesses and organizations that support the DC travel and tourism sector. A contracting arm of the Washington Convention Center Authority, the organization is funded by a percentage of DC’s hotel occupancy tax, along with membership dues and co-operative marketing fees. Formerly known as the Washington, DC Convention & Tourism Corporation (WCTC), the organization was re-named in 2008 to reflect the organization’s increased emphasis on the city’s unique assets. The organization was established by business and community leaders in April 2001 by merging the Washington, DC Convention and Visitors Association and the DC Committee to Promote Washington. The Washington, DC Convention and Visitors Association was founded in 1931 to promote convention and leisure travel to the nation’s capital.
Post Office Post office Closest Post Office to the hotel Post Office™ Location - WATERGATE 2512 virginia avenue NW washington, dc 20037-9997 (800) ASK-USPS (202) 965-6578 Business Hours Mon-Fri - 8:30am-5:00pm Sat-Sun - closed Last Daily Collection Mon-Fri - 5:30pm Sat-Sun - closed
Offsite Venues unique off site venues DC is equipped with numerous unique off site venues for your guests. please contact your convention services or catering manager for options. You may also contact Capital City Events to coordinate all off site needs: capital city events full service destination managment and special events in washington, dc office telephone: (301) 564-6200

Transportation & Parking

Parking Fees:

Take advantage of our valet parking with in and out privileges from the PMI parking garage adjacent to the hotel on 24th Street. Due to our downtown location, parking is limited and based upon availability. Please note that self-parking does not include in and out privileges.

Self-parking fees:

  • 10 USD per hour
  • 12 USD for 2 hours
  • 14 USD for 3 hours
  • 23 USD until 12am
  • 42 USD for overnight (after 12am)

Valet parking fees:

  • 36 USD for up to 12 hours
  • 52 USD per night
Overview Description: car rental enterprise rent a car Georgetown 1221 22nd Street NW Washington, DC 20037 Phone: 872-5790 Distance: (2) blocks from the hotel Downtown DC 1029 Vermont Avenue NW Washington, DC 20005 Phone: (202) 393-0900 Distance: a taxi cab ride from the hotel taxi readily available outside the hotel taxi cabs from various companies within DC are readily available for hire immediately outside the hotel. Our friendly doorman can assist with staging one or several taxis when needed. Abe’s Limousine & Tours, Inc. Our preferred limo, SUV and town car service for hire Phone: 1-877-615-9428 | Fax: 1-877-559-8511 public transportation washington metropolitan area transit authority (METRO) The Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority (Metro) was created by an interstate compact in 1967 to plan, develop, build, finance, and operate a balanced regional transportation system in the national capital area. The Authority began building its rail system in 1969, acquired four regional bus systems in 1973, and began operating the first phase of Metrorail in 1976. Today, Metrorail serves 86 stations and has 106 miles of track. Metrobus serves the nation's capital 24 hours a day, seven days a week with 1,500 buses. Metrorail and Metrobus serve a population of 3.4 million within a 1,500-square mile jurisdiction. Metro began its paratransit service, MetroAccess, in 1994; it provides about 1.5 million trips per year. Closest Metro train stop to the Westin Grand, DC - Foggy Bottom/GWU (2.5 blocks) Closest Metro bus stop to the Westin Grand, DC - Pennsylvania Avenue (1.5 blocks) The DC Circulator The DC Circulator is all about downtown Washington, DC. Its five routes link cultural, entertainment and business destinations within the city's central core, and its buses – featuring low floors, big windows, and multiple doors for easy on-and-off service – are unlike any other public transit in town. The Circulator promotes ease of movement, encourages transit use and enhances existing public transportation systems, while also helping to reduce congestion and air pollution. The DC Cirulator is the product of a unique public/private partnership between the District Department of Transportation, Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority, and DC Surface Transit, Inc. The idea for a quick, efficient, low-cost public transit system originated in the National Capital Planning Commission's 1997 Extending the Legacy, and the Downtown Business Improvement District championed its implementation initially. nearest DC circulator stop - 2400 M Street - across the street from the hotel DC Pedicab What's a DC Pedicab? Well, a DC Pedicab or a bicycle rickshaw is an environmentally-friendly, pedal-powered taxi service that offers a fun and unique way for passengers to be shuttled throughout the city. Whether you're a local Washingtonian or a first-time visitor from out of town, DC Pedicab is the perfect choice for rides to and from all of your favorite spots within our nation's capital.
Directions From Airport Airport information ronald reagan washington national airport (DCA) Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport (DCA) is located in Arlington, VA just across the Potomac River from the Nation’s Capital. Built in 1941, the airport’s original Terminal, now called Terminal A, is on the National Register of Historic Places. In 1987, the Metropolitan Washington Airports Authority was formed to operate Washington National and Dulles International Airports which were built and owned by the federal government. In 1997, Terminal B/C, designed by Cesar Pelli, was opened with a new roadway and parking garages. The airport features an unequaled view of Washington D.C. and key monuments and quality shopping and dining establishments located before and after security. Reagan National is directly linked to the region’s Metrorail system which is adjacent to Terminal B/C. Distance from the Westin Georgetown, DC - 12 miles or a 15 minute drive Taxis - $25 (with tip), each way Airport Shuttles - $15- $20 per person, each way *the westin Georgetown does not provide shuttle service to and from the airports washington dulles international airport (IAD) Washington Dulles International Airport (IAD) is located in Chantilly, VA on 12,000 acres of land 26 miles from downtown Washington, DC. The Main Terminal opened in 1962 and was designed by architect Eero Saarinen. Dulles is a major hub for domestic and international air travel with a mixture of legacy and low fare carriers which provide air service throughout the world. Flights operate from midfield concourses A, B, C and D and from Z-gates connected to the Main Terminal. The Airport has invested in its infrastructure through a major construction program called D2, Dulles Development, which included two parking garages, a new airport traffic control tower, expanded B-gates, a new fourth runway, an automated people mover system called AeroTrain and an expanded International Arrivals Building. The airport is connected to the region’s highway system via an Authority-operated, 16-mile Airport Access Highway dedicated to airport users. A 23-mile expansion of the region's Metrorail system is planned to reach Dulles in 2016. distance from the westin georgetown, dc - 25 miles or a 45 minute drive taxis - $65 (with tip), each way Airport shuttles - $30-40 per person, each way *the westin georgetown does not provide shuttle service to and from the airports
General Parking self service Self-parking is available in our hotel lot accessible via the 24th street side of the hotel. $38 per car, overnight (wihout in and out privileges) %22 per car, day use (wihout in and out privileges)
Valet Group Parking valet service Valet parking is available at $45.00 per car for overnight parking with in and out privileges, and $28.00 per car for day parking without in and out privileges.

Green Meetings & Sustainability

Environmental Practices:

Energy & Water Conservation:

  • High-efficiency lighting in guest rooms
  • High-efficiency lighting in public areas
  • Water conserving fixtures
  • Regular preventive maintenance
  • Make A Green Choice program rewards guests for choosing to conserve natural resources in their guest room
  • Guest rooms equipped with the eco-friendly Evolve System to minimize energy usage

Waste Minimization & Environmentally Responsible Purchasing:

  • Recycling
  • Dumpster monitoring
  • Environmentally preferred suppliers
  • Environmentally preferred products
  • Alternatives to plastic bottled water
  • Sustainable food and beverage options
  • Eco-safe cleaning products used for housekeeping services

Enhanced Indoor Environmental Quality:

  • Green Housekeeping

Raising Awareness:

  • Property-level Green Council
  • Sustainable Meetings Practices
  • Alternative transportation options, such as preferred parking for eco-friendly cars and shuttle services
Overview Description:
Starwood is committed to doing the right thing for the environment, our guests, our meeting planners, and for the communities in which we operate. Sustainability is one of the key investments we have made at Starwood. We have created an integrated, holistic approach that carries through our hotel development, our operating principles, and our community partnerships. We are particularly excited to launch our Sustainable Meeting Practices. This program will help you meet your sustainability goals and it will help us reach ours. Thank you for your business and support which has allowed us to continue to innovate. meeting practices clutter free meeting set up with our clutter free meeting space set up, a central branded station with meeting related items such as papers, pens, candy and pitchers of waters with glasses are set at the rear of the meeting space instead of every place settting. This allows for accessibility to only those attendees who need these items, which in return allows for less usage and minimal waste. The Westin Georgetown offers recycling in guestrooms, meeting space and public areas. sustainable meeting practices The SMP is made up of 20 program elements or “practices”. These practices are grouped into 5 core components: Paperless meeting planning Sustainable meeting services Sustainable F&B practices Impact Assessment Tools Socially conscious activities (in development) The first core component is “paperless meeting planning”, which involves the use of current electronic sales tools as available to reduce the amount of paper generated throughout the meeting planning process. These tools include StarGroups, Reservation Connection, Reservation Cross Check, Online Floor plans and capacity charts, and eMenus. The second core component is “sustainable meeting services”, which encompasses eight practices that address the use of more environmentally friendly products and offerings to replace current offerings that customers may opt for to reduce the impact of their meetings. The practices include using recycled content flip charts and paper products with a minimum of 30% post-consumer recycled content; providing sustainable non-paper meeting supplies that are recycled, compostable or biodegradable; utilizing potted plants in place of fresh cut flowers or if that isn’t possible using a local, organic florist; providing recycling services in the meeting spaces; offering green printing services which means double-sided printing and recycling ink/toner cartridges; offering green transportation services such as access to public transportation or fuel-efficient vehicle options; and upon replacement of current signage, sourcing energy efficient digital LED or LCD signage. It’s important to note that the global brand teams were involved in the initiative planning so that items that overlap with current brand guidance are coordinated appropriately. For example, the use of potted plant displays in lieu of fresh flowers is being factored into the brand Botanical Style Guides. The third core component is “Sustainable F&B Practices”, which includes 8 practices designed to provide more environmentally friendly food and beverage options. The practices include providing sustainable menu options that include fair trade or organically certified products; utilizing environmentally sustainable disposable F&B packaging for box lunches; reducing the usage of individually-packaged condiments to reduce packaging waste; providing environmentally friendly alternatives for bottled water such as using an on-site water filtration system or sourcing glass or recycled content bottles; utilizing environmentally friendly chafing fuel to reduce toxins and hazardous waste; donating leftover prepared food to community-based food recovery programs where possible; and upon replacement, sourcing linenless meeting tables to reduce laundry needs. Item number 17 on this list, the composting of organic waste, is on hold as a division-wide practice because of the operational complexities that need to be worked through. There are many properties that are already utilizing composting practices, and the guidance is available on the SRC for those properties that are ready to research this option for early adoption. The fourth component is “Impact Assessment Tools.” The Meetings Impact Report is a unique initiative that will allow you to record meeting details in the SRC and generate a “report” for the meeting planner that provides the host group with information on the environmental and social impact of their meeting. It will include data on their energy and water consumption as well as additional information on how the choices they made benefit the environment. The Carbon Offset program is also still in development as we continue to look for the right partner. Some hotels may already have an offset partner that they are working with, and for those properties I ask that you please email me to let me know who you are partnering with as that will help us shape our direction as we develop this program across the division. Finally, the fifth core component is “socially conscious activity”, and this component focuses specifically on providing assistance to meeting planners who would like to organize activities for their attendees that will benefit the local community. This is another initiative that properties can currently implement locally by connecting interested meeting planners with community organizations that can accommodate volunteer groups. We are working with several options for a division-wide partnership to support this practice. sustainable F&B practices Organic farming integrates wild biodiversity, agricultural biodiversity and soil conservation, and eliminates the use of chemical fertilizers, pesticides and genetically modified organisms (GMOs) in agricultural practices. Pests and diseases are controlled with naturally occurring means and substances according to both traditional and modern scientific knowledge, increasing agricultural yields and disease resistance. Organic agriculture adheres to globally accepted principles, which are implemented within local socio-economic, climatic and cultural settings. Organic farming enhances soil structures, conserves water, ensures the conservation and sustainable use of biodiversity and protects human health against exposure to known toxins. Disposable food service supplies require materials, energy, and water to manufacture and transport. After use, their disposal can cause pollution and takes up space in landfills. Directing recyclable materials into production saves resources and energy, and reduces greenhouse gas emissions, air pollution and the need for disposal. Biodegradable/compostable dinnerware reduces the consumption of non-renewable resources and minimizes pollution by reducing persistent waste volumes. Composted matter enriches the soil and reduces the need for water, fertilizer, and pesticides. Serving condiments in individual packets creates both packaging and food waste. In the US, it is estimated that as much as 30% of food is wasted. We have an opportunity to provide our meeting guests with condiments in bulk containers to help reduce this waste. “Americans bought a total of 8.8 billion gallons of bottled water in 2007. According to one estimate, producing these bottles required the energy equivalent of over 17 million barrels of oil and produced over 2.5 million tons of carbon dioxide. This is the same amount of carbon dioxide that would be emitted by over 400,000 passenger vehicles in one year. Nearly 50 billion new PET (polyethylene terephthalate) plastic bottles were produced in 2005 from virgin rather than recycled materials, producing additional greenhouse gases. In 2004, only 14.5 percent of non-carbonated beverage bottles made from PET were recycled. For each gallon of water that is bottled, an additional two gallons of water are used in processing. Many of these impacts can be easily avoided by switching to tap water, filters, fountains and coolers when necessary.” Conventional chafing fuels are fossil fuel based and produce carbon monoxide and dioxin emissions, which are both toxic and poisonous. They are classified as hazardous waste and contribute to the amount of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere. The U.S. Department of Agriculture estimates that one-quarter of all food produced in the United States is wasted. Food service providers can reduce the amount of edible waste disposed by donating leftover fresh or prepackaged foods to rescue organizations. Keeping excess food waste out of the solid waste stream can reduce the need for additional landfill space, decrease odors of decomposing food, reduce the generation of methane and decrease pollutants in landfill leachate. Food rescue also helps to reduce sanitary sewer overflows from blockages related to food solids that are disposed into municipal wastewater collection systems. Uncovered meeting tables save the energy and water consumed in washing cloth table covers and reduce waste deposited in landfills where disposable table covers are used. Food composting keeps organic waste out of landfills, which prevents the production of methane, a greenhouse gas, and leachate pollution. It also prevents a valuable natural resource from being treated as waste, as composting produces a nutrient-rich soil amendment that reduces the need for chemical fertilizers and irrigation in landscaped areas.

Safety & Security

Security Officers westin georgetown security officers In-house security officers are available for hire with (14) days advance notice at $50 per guard per hour, with a minimum of 4 hours. please contact your catering or convention services manager to make arrangements. G4S Secure Solutions (USA) Inc. 703-518-8860- Office
Lost and Found procedure Any lost or found item found on property is logged in the Lost Prevention Department lost and found log. The item is issued a lost and found number then stored in the security lost & found cabinet. Any credit cards or high dollar items are kept in a secured safe. All lost and found are kept in storage for 90 days. After 90 days unclaimed items are then discarded. All unclaimed credit cards are shredded and then discarded. Contact Frankie Romero, Director of Lost Prevention, for items left behind. Be ready to provide information about your visit, including date of your stay, guest room number, meeting room, or other reservation details. Frankie Romero Phone: (202) 955-4491
Medical Services clinics George Washington University Hospital 900 23rd Street NW Washington, DC 20037 Phone: (202) 715-4000 7 days/week, 24 hours/day Clinical Expertise: As a multidisciplinary, tertiary care hospital, The George Washington University Hospital offers many diverse services all in one central location. Physicians at GW are known for their clinical expertise in: Breast care services Cancer care Cardiovascular care Cardiac surgery Emergency medicine Minimally invasive surgery Neurology and neurosurgery Obstetrics/gynecology Orthopaedics Robotic surgery Women's Center. Parking: Parking is available for a fee (below) in the GW University garage. The entrance is on 22nd Street between H and I Streets, N.W. Street parking is limited and metered. 1st hour (or fraction thereof) $7.00 2nd hour (or fraction thereof) $13.00 Daily Maximum $17.00 Weekend Daily Maximum $10.00 Evening (enter after 5 p.m.) $8.00 Overnight $16.00
Emergency Plan hotel emergency evacuation plan EVACUATION PROCEDURES In the event of a partial or total evacuation due to fire or other emergency situation, the following procedures will apply. General evacuation guidelines: Begin the evacuation process upon hearing the general fire alarm or being given verbal instructions to evacuate. Use fire stairwells to evacuate - never use elevators. Walk, do not run. Stay calm. Always place your hand on the back of the door before opening the door. If it is hot, do not open the door; find an alternate route. If you enter a smoke filled area, seek another exit route if possible. If you must pass through an area congested by smoke, cover your mouth and nose with a towel or piece of clothing, dampened with water, if possible. Crawl low along the wall to the exit, using the walls and doorways as a guide in case you are unable to see due to smoke or power loss. Ensure that fire doors are not blocked and remian open. Proceed to the designated evacuation assembly areas. (Corner of 23rd and M Street) Report anyone stranded to the Fire Control Room, Emergency Response Team member or Fire Department personnel. In the event you are unable to evacuate due to a blocked exit or other barrier, try to enter a guest room or other area free from fire and smoke. Immediately call Security at extension 0 and advise them of your situation and location. Once in the room, start to fill the bathtub with as much water as possible. Soak towels, sheets or other fabric in the water and place the wet fabric in the cracks between the door and the floor, frame, etc. Turn off the heat or air-conditioning unit. Cover the vent with wet towels or sheets. Do not open the window or try to break the glass unless directed by Fire Department personnel.

Fees & Taxes

Overview Description taxes the following tax percentages are current as of 2010 and are subject to change: food and beverage: 10% sales tax: 6% sleeping rooms: 14.50% service charge service charge is currently 22% for 2010 and is subject to change. this fees is taxable at 10% if in conjunction with food and beverage, and 6% if with non food and beverage items. tax exempt a copy of the organization's tax exempt certificate from the district of columbia must be provided to the hotel prior to arrival.
Local Currency: United States Dollars
Currency Code: USD
Valet Parking Fees: 52

Policies & Procedures

Overview Description: food and beverage guidelines all food and beverage to be consumed by your group at the westin georgetown must be purchased through the hotel unless specific arrangements are made in the contract. our culinary team is highly skilled in accommodating special requests and dietary restrictions should the need arise. the westin georgetown is pleased to serve coke beverage products. a full list of all additional brands served at our hotel is available through our emenus. all beverage must be purchased and served by our hotel staff. last call for alcoholic beverages will be 15 minutes prior to the end of your event. event space usage guildelines Groups and/or vendors using event space (front and back of the house) are fully responsible for damages to the space during use. groups using carpeted, tiled or marbel areas are required to lay the appropriate floor covering (plywood or visqueen) over the area during move in and move out. banners or signs hung in the event space must be hung by the hotels engineering or av department and fees will be determined by the labor required. housekeeping Housekeeping is available by dialing zero which will connect you to service express. 24 hours /7 days a week service is between 8:15am-4:30 pm and upon request until 11pm additional room amenities are available upon request. some of these amenities require a reasonable one time fee. rollaway bed: $20 | mini-refrigerator: $10 liquor liability in accordance with the liquor laws governing the district of columbia, a guest must be 21 years old to consume alcoholic beverages. we reserve the right to exercise our legal responsibility and social obligation in refusing further service to any guest exhibiting signs of intoxication. in addition, all liquor served in the hotel must be purchased from the westin grand, washington dc in order to maintain the integrity of our liquor license.
Banners and Signs: electronic reader board signage Lobby and conference level reader boards boards in the hotel feature daily events posting that can be updated throughout the day. additionally, for a fee of $200 per day, our reader boards can feature a 15-20 second looped video in windows media player format, that can proudly showcase your company's agenda, history or promote the highlights of your current or future program. please see your catering / convention services manager to submit your video for display. banners and signage in order to maintain the attractive appearance of our public spaces, we ask you to adhere to the following guidelines when placing signage in our hotel: Easels: Easels are required for placement of signage in meeting and event space areas. The use of pushpins, staples, nails, or tape is not permissible. Signs must be professionally printed and appropriate for public viewing. Dimensions should not exceed 28” x 36”. Handwritten signs and flipchart pads with writing are not permitted. Banners: Banners or large signs may be placed inside your own assigned function space unless special arrangements have been made in your contract. All banners must be hung by either our Engineering Department or PSAV based on your specific needs, and the cost is determined by the complexity of the job. Banner hanging must be arranged through your Catering or Convention Services Manager prior to your group arrival. Gobos: Looking for a special touch to add to your event? PSAV will be pleased to create a custom gobo light presentation of your preferred logo for use at your events with us and in the future. Please arrange 21 days prior to your groups arrival. contact psav at (202) 293-5090 or by email
Certificate of Insurance: certificate of insurance outside vendors and decorators must have certificate of insurance on file thirty (30) days prior to move in. certificate should be sent to the attention of the convention services/catering manager assigned to you.
Payment Methods:
  • VISA
Shipping and Receiving: there will be a handling and storage charge assessed to all packages received by and/or shipped out of the hotel. THESE CHARGES may be applied to a guestroom folio, credit card or PRE-approved master account. the current drayage charges are as follows: $ 5 per box – up to 5lbs $10 per box - 6lbs-20lbs $15 per box – 21lbs-50lbs $25 per box – over 50lbs (plus the cost of any shipping materials needed, i.e., bubble wrap, tape and/or mailing labels). Please note that charges are not round trip, and ARE applicable TO INCOMING OR OUTGOING PACKAGES, or both. all incoming packages should be addressed to BOTH your Convention Services/Catering Manager AND THE PRIMARY ON-SITE CONTACT OF THE MEETING. ALL PACKAGES SHOULD BE numbered appropriately (package 1 of 3, box 2 of 3, etc.). The name and date of your PROGRAM SHOULD BE prominently DISPLAYED on each package. COMPLIMENTARY HOTEL SHIPPING LABELS MAY BE PROVIDED TO YOU UPON REQUEST TO YOUR CONVENTION SERVICE MANAGER. This SHIPPING information is ALSO to be forwarded IN ADVANCE OF THE PROGRAM to any affiliates or attendees that may be shipping packages. if a drayage company will be contracted for any exhibits, all exhibitor shipments must be handled by the drayage company. Should the exhibitor ship directly to the hotel, the exhibitor will be charged AS NOTED ABOVE. all individual shipments to the hotel must be loaded and unloaded through the hotel's loading dock only. ALL PERSONS entering the hotel with shipments will need to check in with the Security Department and leave their Driver's License TO BE issued a Visitor's Pass. please label shipments as follows: To: ______________________ Company: ______________________ c/o the westin georgetown washington, dc 2350 M Street NW Washington, DC 20037 Hold for Arrival on: ______________________ Meeting Name: ______________________ Package ____ of ____
Exhibits: exhibit policy all fire and safety regulations and procedures of the district of columbia must be followed without exception. these include scaled diagrams submitted for fire marshall approval, exhibit show permits. fire watches for events involving hazing and permits for use of combustible materials in exhibits. in the event that you do not notify your catering/convention services manager of your special needs for your event and the appropriate permits are not secured for your event, you may be unable to incorporate these special needs in your program. in addition to these permits, security may be required. please see the "security" portion of this document for additional information. in the event that a decorator is utilized for your exhibits, they are responsible to make sure that set-up and tear down of your exhibits adheres to hotel guidelines. the decorator is responsible for the general cleanliness of the exhibit area such as vacuuming and trash removal. all trash created by the decorator during the set-up and tear-down is to be removed by the decorator. the westin arlington gateway is responsible for cleaning any items related to food and beverage functions sponsored by the group or individual exhibitors provided by the hotel. all crates, boxes and additional equipment must be removed from the exhibit area prior to the show. all freight must be transported on dollies and not pushed on the hotel carpet. exhibits and displays must be contained within the contracted assigned function event space areas. entrance units may be be placed in public space without prior written approval from the hotel. materials such as screnery drapes and decor must be flame retardant. hazardous demonstrations such as welding, cooking or heating will not be permitted without a permit from the district of columbia fire marshall. exhibits in pre-function and foyer spaces may be limited in number due to strict arlington county fire marshall codes. any items to be placed in these areas must be approved by the hotel prior to set-up. minimum aisle width requirements and occupancy limits must be adhered to at all times. all motorized vehicles in event space such as cars, trucks, watercraft, atv''s and motorcycles must have the battery disconnected. the fuel supply in the vehicle must be registered at 1/8 of a tank or less. all vehicles tanks with fuel must have a locking gas cap or must be sealed with tape. vehicles on display must sit on visquene or carpet designed to protect the hotel carpet from damage. vehicles must be clean and runners must be placed for move-in and move-out that consist of visquene and plywood. a key to the vehicle msut be provided to the hotel security department. please note no food or beverage is not permitted to the brought from the outside and distributed at booths on the trade show floor. all food and beverage must be provided by the westin arlington gateway.

AV & Technology

Audio Visual

audio visual presentation services audio visual company (psav) is located in the hotel for your convenience and is the preferred audio visual company of the westin georgetown. for more information please contact Bishnu Karki via phone at (202) 293-0590 or visit the psav website.


electrical psav is the exclusive provider of electrical services at the westin georgetown. contact the convention services/catering department or psav for rate sheets and exhibitor order forms. psav: (202) 293-5090 or via email: Click Here all equipment, regardless of source of power, must comply with federal, state and local codes. psav reserves the right to inspect all electrical devices and connections to ensure compliance with all codes. Psav is required to refuse connections if wiring is not in accordance with local electrical codes. use of open clip sockets, latex or lamp cord wire, duplex or triplex attachments plugs, or non-U.l approved equipment is prohibited it is the responsibility of the production company to provide a listing of all power requirements two weeks prior to the show. There is a charge for electrical hook-up trade show orders for electric must be submitted to psav directly from each exhibitor. re-selling of psav services is strictly prohibited.

Preferred Vendors

Overview Description dmc capital city events Washington's most respected source for special events and complete destination management services. Whether you are planning a Board of Directors' meeting for 10 or a complete conference for 10,000, Capital City Events is dedicated to turning your vision into reality. Our experienced staff specializes in the design and management of special events, city-wide transportation systems, tours, seminars, leisure activities, entertainment, product introduction, and VIP services for trade associations, corporations, incentive groups and government entities. Capital City Events' creative and detail oriented staff acts as your local, Washington based extension to your conference team. We keep an eye on the big picture while diligently sweating the small stuff. We listen to your requirements, we plan meticulously, we execute flawlessly. A strategy easily said by others while expertly mastered by your destination management and event partner, Capital City Events! office telephone: (301) 564-6200
Preferred Vendors Cakes & Cupcakes: Alexandria Pastry Shop 703-578-2953 Sweet Ladies Bakery 703-371-7661 Georgetown Cupcakes 202-333-8448 Décor/Rentals: Select Event Rentals 301-604-2334 Entertainment: Bialek’s Music 301-340-6206 DC Music Entertainment 240-462-0659 Event Design: Sarah Khan Event Styling 443-528-5112 Floral Design: Edge 301-330-5232 Greenworks 202-265-3335 Petals Edge 703-518-8488 Hair & Makeup : Jordan K Winn 301.275.1065 Barbara Hill 703-425-4711 Kimberly Steele 703-597-9955 Lighting: Presentation Services 202-955-4489 Photographers/Videographers: Freed Photography 301-652-5452 Theresa Choi photography 443.636.0508 Wale Photos 301.442.7923 Transportation: Abes 866-591-9147 Wedding/Event Planners: Bella Notte 703-979-5887 Cherry Blossom Events 856-312-6726 Bash 703-553-4412 Invitations: The Write Image 301-896-0975

Rooms & Floor Plans

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Room Dimensions & Capacities

Room Name KeyKey Space DimensionsDim. (l x w) Space Total AreaArea Space HeightHeight Capacity for Banquet style set-upBanq. Capacity for Theatre style setupThtr. Capacity for Conference style set-upConf. Capacity for Reception style set-upRec. Capacity for Classroom style set-upClass Capacity for U-Shaped style set-upU-Shp. Capacity for H-Square style set-upH. Sq. Capacity for Dinner with Dance FloorDinner Dance
Chevy Chase 5.18 m. x 6.10 m.
16.99 ft. x 20.01 ft.
31.59 m²
340.03 ft²
2.44 m.
8.01 ft.
30 30 12 20 20 10 12
Dupont 6.71 m. x 10.97 m.
22.01 ft. x 35.99 ft.
73.67 m²
792.98 ft²
2.74 m.
8.99 ft.
60 65 30 50 40 24 28
Dupont Foyer 3.35 m. x 16.76 m.
10.99 ft. x 54.99 ft.
54.63 m²
588.03 ft²
3.35 m.
10.99 ft.
Logan 5.18 m. x 7.01 m.
16.99 ft. x 23.00 ft.
36.33 m²
391.05 ft²
2.44 m.
8.01 ft.
30 35 12 20 20 10 12
Mayfair Court 6.10 m. x 11.28 m.
20.01 ft. x 37.01 ft.
64.10 m²
689.97 ft²
3.35 m.
10.99 ft.
50 60 38 40 30 25 29
Scott 9.75 m. x 17.37 m.
31.99 ft. x 56.99 ft.
128.11 m²
1,378.96 ft²
3.05 m.
10.01 ft.
100 130 42 100 75 40 44
The Courtyard 14.33 m. x 22.86 m.
47.01 ft. x 75.00 ft.
163.51 m²
1,760.01 ft²
70 160 100
The Promenade 16.76 m. x 25.30 m.
54.99 ft. x 83.01 ft.
305.47 m²
3,288.05 ft²
6.10 m.
20.01 ft.
220 300
Thomas Boardroom 6.10 m. x 11.89 m.
20.01 ft. x 39.01 ft.
73.30 m²
788.99 ft²
2.44 m.
8.01 ft.
60 70 24 50 30 24 30
Washington Ballroom 15.85 m. x 15.85 m.
52.00 ft. x 52.00 ft.
220.27 m²
2,370.97 ft²
4.27 m.
14.01 ft.
180 200 60 200 144 50 60
Washington Ballroom Foyer 25.30 m. x 20.73 m.
83.01 ft. x 68.01 ft.
200.76 m²
2,160.96 ft²
2.44 m.
8.01 ft.

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Catering, Banquets & Dining

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Catering & Banquets

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On-Property Dining

Overview Description restaurants hotel restaurants The Westin Georgetown has 2 restaurants on property which offer a unique array of food and beverage options. The Caucus Room The Caucus Room is a modern day American interpretation of a French brasserie, capturing the perfect mix of modern elegance and casual warmth. The menu is divided into interesting categories of boards, skillets, chilled, daily butcher cuts and old-but-new, capitalizing on fresh seasonal products as shared plates or big plates. Hours of Operation Breakfast: Mon - Fri 6:30 a.m. to 11:00 a.m. Sat & Sun 7:00 a.m. to 11:00 p.m. Brunch: Sat & Sun 11:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. Lunch: Mon - Fri 11:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. Dinner: Mon -Thurs 5:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. Fri & Sat 5:00 p.m. to 10:00 p.m. Sun Closed Boveda The name literally means vault. Boveda is the clandestine destination for vibrant eclectic music, unique cocktails, and inspired modern Latin American dishes. Diners and imbibers may enjoy various seating areas within the intimate space including raised booths, banquettes, communal tables, a lounge, a neighborhood bar, and a tavern-esque private area. Hours of Operation Dinner: Daily 4:00 p.m. to 10:00 p.m. Late Night: Daily 10:00 p.m. to 11:00 p.m. local area restaurants The Westin Georgetown is surrounded by hundreds of restaurants, all within walking distance from the hotel. dining experiences begin in historic Georgetown and throughout Dupont circle and GW's Foggy Bottom areas. There is something for every discerning palate. feed the body, nourish the soul Breakfast Monday - Friday available from 6:15 a.m. to 11:00 a.m. Saturday - Sunday available from 7:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m All-Day Dining Monday - Sunday available from 11:00 a.m. to 11:00 p.m. Late Night Dining Sunday - Thursday available from 11:00 p.m. to 6:15 a.m. Friday - Saturday available from 11:00 p.m. to 7:00 a.m. Westin Kids Cub Breakfast Monday - Sunday available from 6:15 a.m. to 11:00 p.m. All-Day Dining Monday - Sunday available from 11:00 a.m. to 11:00 p.m Alcoholic Beverages Monday - Sunday available from 11:30 a.m. to 11:00 p.m.

The Caucus Room Brasserie-Steakhouse

Our American interpretation of a French brasserie captures the perfect mix of modern elegance and casual warmth.

Suitable for Business Meetings: Yes


Properly chaotic, casual, and affordable, this speakeasy-style restaurant and bar is the clandestine venue for eclectic music, unique cocktails, and inspired modern Latin-American dishes.

Late Night Menu: 9:00 PM - 11:00 PM; Happy Hour: Monday - Friday 4:00 PM - 7:00 PM

Suitable for Business Meetings: Yes
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