In celebration of Micro Week, Curbed DC will take a look at the smallest of the small rooms in the best amenity-packed buildings in the District. From fitness centers to complimentary goldfish, these six hotels prove that you don't need to empty your wallet to get some luxurious extras. Be sure to note that the prices in this article reflect the cost at the time of this article's publication.
↑ The amenities in Capella range far and wide with luxurious in-room spa treatments and personal trainers available 24 hours a day. If you like a little R&R in the outdoors, this hotel also offers a rooftop deck with a bar as well as an indoor-outdoor infinity pool. While you can spend up to $7,000 a night for the Presidential Suite, you can instead book the 450-square-foot Superior King Room for $545 a night.
↑ Hotel Monaco is one of the most pet-friendly hotels in Washington, D.C. with complimentary food and water bowls as well as a complimentary goldfish. The hotel also offers a free yoga mat in every room as well as a 24-hour fitness center. The smallest rooms they offer are the Queen Deluxe Room for $221.25 a night and the Premier Queen Room for $272 a night, both at 300-square-feet.
↑ If you're interested in working out without feeling cramped, the Equinox Sports Club in the The Ritz-Carlton spans 100,000-square-feet. The hotel also offers the largest ballroom in the District at 10,000-square-feet. If you'd prefer to pay for the best of the best rooms, you can pay up $5,500 a night for the 950-square-foot Presidential Suite, or you could downgrade to the 450-square-foot Deluxe Room for $239 a night and still have access to The Ritz-Carlton's amenities.
↑ In the Hotel George, you can enjoy a complimentary shoe shine, fitness center, and "public bike" that can be used to travel around the city. In case you love to bring your cat or dog with you to different cities, the hotel also offers pet-sitting services. The smallest room available is the Deluxe Queen Room at 270-square-feet for $179 a night.
↑ If you book the 350-square-foot Deluxe King Room at Hotel Madera, you can enjoy extras like a 700-square-foot event and meeting space, in-room dining, and evening wine hours. The cost is $159 a night.
↑ While 280-square-feet might not sound too sexy, it has a lot of benefits that go even further than a $299 nightly fee. At The Jefferson, booking the Classic Queen Room offers amenities like The Petite Spa with custom spa treatments and couples massages as well as a fitness center. The Jefferson also includes pet-friendly amenities like complimentary dog beds and a communal dog named Lord Monticello. · All Micro Week coverage [Curbed DC]
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