Whether you're holding court supremely over a conference or pulling off a coup of social-ism, our 12,000 square feet of event space and studios will get your vote for monumental moments. W Washington D.C. features fully adaptable conference equipment that makes business beautiful, meetings memorable and special events spectacular. Creative in approach and innovative in design, we'll engage and energize your attendees and participants, from conferences to soirées. Get it done in our Great Room and set your sights in our Studios. Go over the top at Altitude, our rooftop ballroom with gorgeous floor-to-ceiling windows, where movers and shakers can work the room against a backdrop of the nation's most historic and important landmarks.
Our unique W Hotels Meetings Set-up gets ideas flowing with mood music, signature scents and more. All rooms are fully wired with virtually limitless technology that puts you within a millisecond of the world you're influencing and equipped with state-of-the-art bells and whistles to create audio/visual spectacles, and our event planners will work their wizardry so your wedding day wishes come true in style. Think integrated audio systems with speakers specifically designed for each room's acoustics, multiple sound sources from inputs outside of the room, built-in recessed screen in every room and lighting dimming and control systems. So leave mild-mannered meetings behind and let our innovation invent a gathering with gumption—you're not in the office anymore.
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Great Room Social
Studio 2 Meeting
W Hotel Board Room
Great Room Meeting
Great Room Prefunction
Focus Meeting Room
Studio 1 Social
Studio 2 Social
Living Room Jewel Box Bar
Bliss Welcome Desk & Retail Area
Living Room Decor
|No. of Buildings:||1|
|Number of Meeting Spaces:||7|
|Total Meeting Room Size:||1,115 m²
|Largest Meeting Room Size:||557 m²
|Largest Meeting Room Capacity:||700|
|Smallest Meeting Room Size:||18 m²
|Smallest Meeting Room Capacity:||8|
|Check in Time:||3:00 PM|
|Check out Time:||12:00 PM|
|Number of Guest Rooms:||317|
|Suites||Fantastic Suite Don't pinch yourself, it's all real! Entering through the foyer, you've stepped into the Fantastic Suite, a one-bedroom suite that's the stuff of sweet dreams. On a palette of ivory and khaki shag carpeting, white lacquer and oak accents, and jute-colored walls with vanilla trim, accents of gray, walnut, silver and blue add splashes of vivid Technicolor. Throw open the white/silver drapes to have the country's most monumental landmarks - the Washington Monument, National Mall, Jefferson and Lincoln Memorials, Wilson Bridge, Potomac River and Pentagon—all at your feet. From real world to reel in the living room, the 46" flat screen TV is a showcase for our culturally aware media library. It don't mean a thing unless you've got the swing, so rev up your iPod in our docking station. For more spectacular sights, look no further than Andy Taylor's vibrant and luminous art from his "Diamond Dust on Glass" collection on the walls - your own private gallery. Go from power suit to power nap when you curl up on the velveteen curved sofa, or let the spacious work desk with smoked metallic leather chair take you on a power trip with High Speed Internet Access and cordless phone with voicemail and speakerphone capabilities at your fingertips. If you're feeling hungry, we've got a hunch you'll love our Munchie Box filled with delectable delights, and that our mini bar is perfect for some relaxing revitalization. And how's this for magical realism—mushroom-shaped table lamps cast a dreamy glow across the suite. If you're finding it hard to leave the living room, the bedroom beckons with the signature W bed with pillow-top mattress, 350-thread-count sheets and goose down comforter and pillows. The pewter-colored upholstery on the headboard and bed frame complements the violet pillows dressed in cotton velvet and silk, making it a soft landing for bedtime. Set your sights on the 37" flat screen TV and when the Tivoli clock radio gently awakens, begin your day bubbly with a dip in the marble-topped bathtub with Bliss® Spa products, or step behind frosted glass doors for a perk-me-up under the waterfall shower. A luxurious double vanity makes room for everyone, while the white Caesar stone vanity top and check out the silver leaf mirror is your "Here's looking at you, kid" moment before you conquer the world. (516 - 684 square feet) Double Vanity in Bathroom Signature W Cocktail Caddy (Charge) Two Flat Screen TVs - 37" in Bedroom & 46" in Living Room Slippers Marble-Topped Bath Tub Living Room Views of Pennsylvania Avenue or 15th and F Streets Foyer Marvelous Suite When you open the door to the one-bedroom Marvelous Suite, a wide world of whites in varying tones welcome as splashes of gray, walnut, silver and blue accents appear throughout—pleasant surprises that add a new angle to every element. Pull back the white/silver drapes to unveil the nation's most important monuments in one panorama - the Washington Monument, National Mall, Jefferson and Lincoln Memorials, Wilson Bridge, Potomac River and Pentagon—sprawling before you. Keeping with the larger than life theme, the 46" flat screen TV in the living room spectacularly screens selections from our culturally aware media library, while the iPod docking station keeps your favorite tunes playing all night long. On the walls, Andy Taylor's vibrant and luminous art from his "Diamond Dust on Glass" collection imitates life, as mushroom-shaped table lamps illuminates the suite with a magical glow. The velveteen curved sofa is perfect for curling up—all you need to do is plop down. Don't miss your connection with High Speed Internet Access at the spacious work desk with metallic leather chair, and the cordless phone with voicemail and speakerphone capabilities make sure you can walk the talk as you push all the right buttons. Speaking of which, the delightful Munchie Box is full of neat treats that hit the spot, while the colorful mini bar has what it takes for a laid-back moment in the country's most powerful city. If you're finding it hard to leave the living room, the bedroom beckons with the signature W bed with pillow-top mattress, 350-thread-count sheets and goose down comforter and pillows. The pewter-colored upholstery on the headboard and bed frame complements the violet pillows dressed in cotton velvet and silk, making it a soft landing for bedtime. Set your sights on the 37" flat screen TV and when the Tivoli clock radio gently awakens, begin your day bubbly with a dip in the marble-topped bathtub with Bliss® Spa products, or step behind frosted glass doors for a perk-me-up under the waterfall shower. A luxurious double vanity makes room for everyone, while the white Caesar stone vanity top and check out the silver leaf mirror is your "Here's looking at you, kid" moment before you conquer the world. (500 square feet) Two Flat Screen TVs - 37" in Bedroom & 46" in Living Room Located on Higher Floors Spectacular Views of Landmark Monuments Living Room WOW Suite This is what makes the coolest W to ever reside in the capital city: Virtual fireplace so the heat is on, signature W cocktail candy to cool it off, so much space you can roam like it was the land of the free. The oval-shaped dining table for four is the hot spot for a power meal, with violet leather-upholstered chair subordinates. Before you slip into that food coma, slide onto the diamond-tufted sofa and settle among grape accent pillows—now take that power nap. As drapes of blue, violet and gold frame white accents, stretch out on the grape velveteen sofa where state-of-the-art entertainment is presented through the 46" flat screen TV and iPod docking station—there's no end to the spectacular selections in our culturally aware media library. You're the host with the most seats of power, from the bronze bench with mother of pearl leather seat to the pumpkin-shaped stool with silver leaf legs and pink leather to the black oak sled chair with white crocodile seat - the only thing you'd have to stand for is your right to neat treats from the delightful Munchie Box. Need some libation liberation? Wheel and deal at the signature W cocktail caddy, where colorful cocktails are created in seconds. Make it official at the curved white lacquer desk with silver tassels—with High Speed Internet Access and a cordless phone with voicemail and speakerphone capabilities, you can kick back in the comfy plum chair. Take heart with the art by Andy Taylor adorning the walls, featuring luminous and vibrant pieces from this "Diamond Dust on Glass" collection. Slip through sliding doors from the living room to bedroom, where the signature W bed with pillow-top mattress, 350-thread-count sheets and goose down comforter and pillows awaits. This one's a gem with mother of pearl leather headboards and bed frame, complemented by a Bohemian glass lamp on the nightstand and bedside furnishings dressed in gray oak veneers. Go ahead and sleep soundly after some late night 37" flat screen TV—the Tivoli clock radio gets you up in time for that meeting with Bliss® Spa amenities. Will it be a bubbly (double?) dip in the marble-topped bathtub with or a refresher under the waterfall shower behind frosted glass doors? A luxurious double vanity makes room for everyone, while the white Caesar stone vanity top and check out the silver leaf mirror to make that all-important first impression before you step out. (805 - 851 square feet) Virtual Fireplace Spectacular Views of Landmark Monuments Spacious Living Room Marble-Topped Bath Tub Dining Room with Sofa Double Vanity in Bathroom Signature W Cocktail Caddy (Charge) Two Flat Screen TVs - 37" in Bedroom & 46" in Living Room Slippers Dining Table Seats 4 Extreme WOW Stuite Social ladder, corporate ladder, political rungs—whatever it is you're climbing, this is where you'll find yourself at the top, in our one-bedroom Extreme WOW Suite on the 10th floor, where you can set your sights on sweeping panoramic views of the Washington Monument, Pennsylvania Avenue and 15th Street. Fit for a president, make a grand entrance at the foyer spotlighted by soffits and a Sherin Guirguis art piece, and into the unthinkably spacious living room with Wengé herringbone wood floors. Under the black and white murano glass chandelier, a virtual fireplace screens video art inspired by fire created by Adam Duplay on a flat screen—home is where the hearth is. The other candidate for spectacular displays is the 52" flat screen TV—which will you vote for? With the iPod docking station, have it all when you spin all your favorite tunes. From the comfort of the grape velveteen curved sofa, kick back on the camel leather ottoman/coffee table, or find a sweet spot in the black oak sled lounge with white crocodile upholstery or one of the "Louis" armchairs in silver leaf finish and black mohair seat. Dining is a fine experience at the large table seating six on sled chairs with metallic white leather seats and should the need for treats arise, uncover yummy goodies in the delectable Munchie Box and pair with a little something from the signature W cocktail caddy. Plug in to High Speed Internet when you work out at the executive desk, complete with a cordless phone with voicemail and speakerphone capabilities so you're never tied down. Do not disturb! All that work and play means it's time to get up close and personal with the signature W bed, complete with pillow-top mattress, 350-thread-count sheets and goose down comforter and pillows. Giving the Lincoln Room a run for its, well, Lincolns, ours is a polished steel aluminum canopy bed with metallic white-upholstered headboard, together with a 42" flat screen TV. You're due for that power sleep, and the Tivoli clock radio gets you up in time for a bubbly (double?) dip in the floating tub with Bliss® Spa ameities, as you take in views of the Washington Memorial in all its prominent and stunning splendor. Or step behind frosted glass doors for a quickie under the waterfall shower. A luxurious double vanity makes room for everyone, while the white Caesar stone vanity top and check out the silver leaf mirror as you put on that power suit. (1,176 square feet) Corner Location Wet Bar Located on the 10th floor Signature W Cocktail Caddy (Charge) Spacious Living Room Comfortably Seats Six Dining Room with Table for 6 Double Vanity in Bathroom LED Lit Crown Molding Views of Lincoln Memorial and Pennsylvania Avenue Two Flat Screen TVs - 46" in Bedroom & 52" in Living Room Floating Tub with View of Lincoln Memorial Virtual Fireplace Unique Art Pieces|
|Spa:||Signature Bliss® Spa Products|
|Nearby Airports:||Ronald Reagan National Airport|
|Airport Distance:||5 Kilometers
|Nearby ATM and Banks:||show me the money ATM machine is availble on property.|
From the Old Guard to the New World, politics is no longer the only game in town as Washington, D.C. climbs the ranks as one of the country's most stylish urban playgrounds where emerging fashion designers, innovative entrepreneurs, cutting-edge restaurateurs and the intellectual elite have come to frolic. Whether you're going up Capitol Hill or down to the Potomac River, wandering Washington, D.C. is like taking a whirlwind tour of the world where your bill of rights includes culture of monumental significance, fine international cuisine, arts both beaux and bold, montages of multiethnic enclaves, and more.
Start where it all began, at the National Mall where the White House, the U.S. Capitol, the Supreme Court, the Library of Congress, major government houses, and the Washington and Lincoln Memorials reside. Lose yourself in the stories of glory that emanate from one important landmark to another, remembering the titans at each monument to national heroes. Follow your inner muse to the Smithsonian Museums or meditate at the Holocaust Museum, then celebrate the inauguration of the new Star-Spangled Banner gallery at the National Museum of American History, the opening of the National Museum of Crime and Punishment and the upcoming dedication of the Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., Memorial. For a change of scene, peruse the Folger Shakespeare Library or hang out at the National Portrait Gallery and American Art Museum. In the summer, linger at open-air concerts, jazz performances and movie screenings under the stars.
Stay loose and be the ambassador of avant-garde in neighborhoods such as the U Street Corridor, Adams-Morgan and Atlas District, where pulsating parties, not political alliances, matter. Politics aren't the only spectator sport in D.C.—root for the home team at the beautiful Nationals Park in Barrack Row, the Wizards and the Capitals at the Verizon Center, the Redskins at FedEx Field, and DC United at RFK Stadium. Seeking retail therapy? The most fashionable labels and colorful galleries await at Dupont Circle, while boutique chic can be found in the city's trendier areas. For the ultimate trip, Georgetown has more than 1,000 stores for shopping galore.
With a burgeoning portfolio of Fortune 500 and blue chip headquarters and world-class universities barely miles from W Washington D.C., it's like being everywhere at once, whether you're visiting for business, pleasure or happily mingling the two.More Local Attractions ›
|Post Office||frances perkins station 200 Constitution Ave., NW Washington DC 20210 1-800 Ask-USPS Business Hours Mon-Fri 9:00am-1:30pm 2:30pm-4:30pm Sat-Sun closed print and ship center 325 7th St NW Washington, DC 20004 (202) 347-8730 Mon Open 24 Hours Tue Open 24 Hours Wed Open 24 Hours Thu Open 24 Hours Fri Open 24 Hours Sat Open 24 Hours Sun Open 24 Hours|
|Offsite Venues||walter E. Washington Convention Center located at 801 Mount Vernon Place Northwest. Ronald Regan building & international trade center located at 1300 Pennsylvania Avenue Northwest.|
Come on in. Let Wheels(SM) valet parking take care of your vehicle while you mix and mingle. Our garage has an entrance height of 6 feet, 8 inches, and cannot accommodate oversized vehicles.
Motorcycles and oversized vans or buses have the following nearby parking options:
City Center Parking
Union Station Parking
|Directions From Airport||Airport information Dulles International Airport (IAD) Travel Distance: Approximately 41.84 km/26.0 miles Options for getting to and from the hotel include: Taxi Fee: 58 USD Although farther away, an uncongested airport service highway gets you downtown from Dulles Washington International Airport in 45 comfortable minutes during non-rush hour, for a $58 cab ride. Airport Shuttle Fee: 35 USD Airport shuttles to downtown Washington, D.C. are plentiful and easy to hop on outside Dulles Washington International Airport, and fares start at $65 per person. Super Shuttle Contact: (800) 258-3826 Ronald Reagan National Airport (DCA) Travel Distance: Approximately 6.44 km/4.0 miles Options for getting to and from the hotel include: Taxi Fee: 15 USD Just 20 minutes across the Potomac River and you're in the heat of the action with a $15 cab ride—hop on easily outside Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport. Airport Shuttle Fee: 35 USD Airport shuttles to downtown Washington, D.C. are plentiful and easy to hop on outside Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport, and fares start at $35 per person. Super Shuttle:Contact: (800) 258-3826|
|Medical Services||hospitals George Washington University Hospital 900 23rd Street Northwest Washington, DC 20037 Direct line: (202) 715-4000 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 Cardivascular care Cardiac surgery Emergency medicine Minimally invasive surgery Neurology and neurosurgery Obstetrics/gynecology Orthopaedics Robotic surgery Women's Center Georgetown University Hospital 3800 Reservoir Rd NW Washington, District of Columbia 20007 Direct Line: (202) 444-2000 OnSite Medical Access Operated through GWU Hospital Medical Faculty provides superior service and available 24 hours a day. Direct number: 202.741.3911|
|Emergency Plan||Hotel Emergency plan evacuation proecedures 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 open. Proceed to the designated evacuation assembly areas. 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.|
|Overview Description||credit card authorization credit card Credit card security is very important to Starwood. Accordingly, we have developed a secure website that you may use to transmit payment information (including credit card authorization forms and other documents that contain credit card information) in a more secure manner to our hotels. W Washington DC accepts all major credit cards. Please see your Catering/Convention Services Manager to initiate our secure credit card authorization process. direct billing Direct billing requests will be reviewed in accordance with Hotel’s normal approval process. Should Hotel determine after establishing direct billing or a deposit schedule that your credit status has changed, Hotel will have the option to require payment of all estimated Master Account charges no later than fourteen (14) days before arrival, including any estimated Attrition fees. Group shall review all charges billed to the Master Account to ensure accurate billing. Group will advise Hotel of expected method of payment of the Master Account at contract signing by completing either an application for direct billing or a credit card authorization form. A method of payment is required in order to consider this contract definite. Payment of all direct billing must be made within thirty (30) days of receipt of a reconciled invoice from Hotel. In the event any charges are disputed, Group must notify hotel of such disputes within five business days or disputes will be considered waived. All undisputed charges will be paid within thirty (30) days, and if not paid within 30 days will be subject to interest accruing at the rate of 1% per month from date of departure.|
|Local Currency:||United States Dollars|
|Banners and Signs:||Guidelines 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: Signage is not permitted in the main guest lobby areas. Easels: Easels are required for placement of signage in meeting and event space areas. The use of pushpins, staples, nails, or duct tape is not permissible. Signs must be professionally printed and appropriate for public viewing. 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.|
|Shipping and Receiving:||Details Should you need to ship items to the Hotel for use during your event, please address the boxes as follows: Incoming guest and meeting planner packages Conference/Catering Service Manager Guest name (or the person who will be on site) and Arrival Date (if known) Company/Convention Name c/o W Washington DC 515 15th St., NW Washignton, DC 20004 box ___ of ___ Multiple packages within a single shipment should be numbered in sequence (i.e. 1 of 3, 2 of 3, 3 of 3, etc.). If there is more that on on-site delivery location, please label the boxes with the specific destination (ex. Meeting Room A). When possible, please provide your Catering Sales/ Conference Service Manager with the tracking numbers of boxes shipped. Items shipped should not arrive at the Hotel more than 7 days prior to the guest’s arrival date unless special storage arrangements have been made. Shipping rates are based on the rate of the item, in addition to the number of days it is stored at the hotel. The hotel's shipping authorization form must be completed and accompany all outgoing shipments. Mailing labels must be affixed to each outgoing box. costs Boxes up to 5 lbs -- $5 each Boxes 6 to 20 lbs -- $10 each Boxes 21 – 50 lbs -- $20 each Boxes 50 lbs or more -- $25 each crates-- $50 each Pallets -- $75 each Hotel does not have storage space for crates, pallets or excessively large shipments. Additional pricing may be added based on the size of the shipment. Hotel will not be responsible for any loss or damage to materials sent to Hotel prior to your event date.|
|PSAV Presentation Services In house Audio Visual services. Direct Line: 202.661.2453 Audiovisual Service Standards for Third Party Suppliers The following Audiovisual Service Standards apply to third-party audiovisual suppliers (“Third Party A/V Suppliers”) providing services at Hotel’s premises. Group and its Third Party A/V Supplier will need to sign its acknowledgment of these requirements at minimum 45 days prior to the date of the applicable event (the “Event”). 1. All Third Party A/V Suppliers planning to do audiovisual work within Hotel’s premises or grounds must: a.contact Hotel at least 60 days prior to the date of the Event; b.place on file with Hotel at least 45 days prior to the date of the Event, a certificate of insurance showing a minimum coverage of $3,000,000.00. This certificate must name Hotel and its ownership as additional insureds; c.assume complete responsibility for equipment loss or theft. Hotel accepts no responsibility for Third Party A/V Suppliers' lost or stolen property; and d.properly dress (drape) all screens, carts and stands. 2.To maintain the integrity of Hotel’s in-house audio system, Third Party A/V Suppliers are not permitted to patch into this system unless approved by the professional assigned to such Third Party A/V Supplier by Audio Visual Services Group, Inc. d/b/a Presentation Services (“PSAV”). The PSAV professional assigned to the Third Party A/V Supplier will assess and monitor the patch and where damage to Hotel’s system may occur the PSAV professional may elect to disconnect such patch until a safe connection and equipment are used. 3.Storage space for Third Party A/V Suppliers will be the sole responsibility of the Third Party A/V Supplier. Hotel will make every effort to secure space once notification is given, but is under no obligation to provide such space. If event or banquet space is required, all applicable rental charges will apply due to the loss or displacement of future business opportunities. Space being "held" and/or reserved for Group’s event must be utilized for events or offices, and may not be utilized as storage for Third Party A/V Suppliers. 4.Hotel reserves the right to collect an additional deposit for any possible damage to the premises. Any charges incurred while on Hotel’s premises or grounds will be deducted from this deposit. The Third Party A/V Supplier is completely responsible for leaving Hotel in the condition it was provided including by disposing all trash, props, cardboard, plastic, etc. If a dumpster is required, it needs to be dropped off and picked up on the same day and Hotel must be advised 24 - 48 hours prior to drop-off. Cleaning fees will be assessed should floor, wall or ceiling marks require more than standard cleaning. 5. All additional electricity requirements to operate the Third Party A/V Supplier’s equipment must be ordered no later than 14 days prior to the date of the Event. Electrical and/or plumbing charges will be billed by Hotel at the prevailing rates. 6. If Third Party A/V Suppliers are utilizing hotel sound system, rigging, etc..., an on-site PSAV professional must be present at all times. This ensures not only that the audio-visual Service Standards are in place but provides instant access to a Hotel representative who can supply needed help or equipment to the Third Party A/V Supplier. An A/V charge will be assessed by PSAV. 7. To preserve the integrity of the staging area, flooring, walls and ceiling, it is strictly prohibited to nail, screw, or tape anything to these areas. When hanging equipment from ceilings or walls, it is mandatory that a certified rigger from PSAV be hired and utilized by Third Party A/V Suppliers. 8. All Third Party A/V Suppliers should ensure that their associates are properly dressed so as to not offend Hotel guests or associates. If there are any associates who do not meet these requirements Hotel will ask the Third Party A/V Supplier to correct the issue. 9.No equipment or cases will remain in the "back of the house" areas at any time. Any empty cases are to be removed from Hotel’s facilities and grounds and brought back for load-out.|
IT & TelecommunicationsDescription
|high speed internet access W Washington DC has wirelss and wired internet capabilities in all meeting rooms and pre-functions space.|
|Preferred Vendors||photographer Blanken Photography Direct Line: 301.320.8714 Elan Photo Documentary Direct Line: 888.800.3526 freed photography Direct Line: 301.652.5452 les depas photography Direct Line: 202.362.8111 wedding photojournalist by rodney bailey Direct Line: 703.440.4086 florist amaryllis, inc. Direct Line: 202.529.2230 Capital Decor & events Direct Line: 240.264.1150 multiflor Direct Line: 703.645.0090 vert-de-gris Direct Line: 917.664.5068 volanni floral sculpture & events Direct Line: 200.547.1603 entertainment andy kushner entertainment Direct Line: 301.869.8855 bialek's music Direct Line: 301.340.6206 elan artists Direct Line: 888.800.3526 entertainment exchange Direct Line: 301.986.4640 nyx entertainment Direct Line: 301.984.0500|
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|
|Altitude||–||20.73 m. x 10.67 m.
68.01 ft. x 35.01 ft.
|Altitude Prefunction||–||6.71 m. x 10.97 m.
22.01 ft. x 35.99 ft.
|Focus||–||3.66 m. x 4.88 m.
12.01 ft. x 16.01 ft.
|Great Room||–||30.18 m. x 21.03 m.
99.02 ft. x 69.00 ft.
|Great Room Prefunction||–||15.54 m. x 27.13 m.
50.98 ft. x 89.01 ft.
|Production||–||4.57 m. x 3.35 m.
14.99 ft. x 10.99 ft.
|Strategy||–||4.27 m. x 5.79 m.
14.01 ft. x 19.00 ft.
|Studio||–||17.98 m. x 9.75 m.
58.99 ft. x 31.99 ft.
|Studio I||–||9.14 m. x 9.75 m.
29.99 ft. x 31.99 ft.
|Studio II||–||8.84 m. x 10.36 m.
29.00 ft. x 33.99 ft.
|Studio Prefunction||–||14.02 m. x 6.40 m.
46.00 ft. x 21.00 ft.
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|Overview Description||spice up your event Cost conscious doesn’t mean uninteresting. Take advantage of Starwood’s nine lifestyle brands to bring your event to life. We offer a great selection of on-site entertainment that will give attendees a memorable event, while meeting your entertainment budget.|