Renovated recently at a cost of 3 million dollars, this hotel enjoys facilities such as the inviting sleep packages including high quality mattresses, pillows and bedding. The guest rooms offer guests a retreat into tranquillity and relaxation - a hotel room which feels like a home from home, but which is all the same fitted out with the amenities one would expect of a luxury hotel. In the centre of Irish hospitality in America, this hotel combines Celtic charm with a unique location on Capitol Hill. The historical Phoenix Park radiates the aura and elegance of an 18th century country mansion. The cosy lobby with its glossy wooden fittings, beautiful rugs, original oil paintings and marble staircase is packed with European ambiance and modern facilities. Previously known as the Commodore, this hotel has been attracting tourists, business people, diplomats and lobbyists since 1922. The 9-storey air-conditioned city hotel offers a total of 149 rooms. The hotel's facilities include a lobby with a reception desk manned around the clock, a hotel safe, lift access, a caf?, a bar, a pub, a restaurant, Internet access, room and laundry services (charges apply) and parking for those arriving by car (for an additional fee).
From the North and Northeast: take the Capitol Beltway-Interstate 495 towards Richmond onto Interstate 95. Take the Baltimore-Washington Parkway South until Route 50 which turns into New York Avenue. After crossing Brentwood Road and Florida Avenue, drive over 2 to 3 sets of traffic lights and turn left into North Capitol Street. Continue for 7 blocks to North Capitol Street 520, N.W.. The Phoenix Park Hotel is a large, brownstone building with a green canopy and is situated on the corner of Massachusetts Avenue and North Capitol. From the South: Take Interstate 95 North till Interstate 395 over the Potomac River (14th Street Bridge). After the bridge continue on 14th Street then turn right into Pennsylvania Avenue. Continue in the direction of the U.S. Capitol until passing the Canadian Embassy on the left hand side and the National Art Gallery on the right hand side. Now turn left into Louisiana Avenue. Union Stadium is straight ahead. Continue on for two streets until reaching North Capitol Street. Turn left. The Phoenix Park Hotel is a brownstone building with a green canopy on the left hand side on the corner of Massachusetts Avenue. From the railway station: the hotel is situated only one block from the Amtrak train station. Go straight down Massachusetts Avenue. The hotel is on the corner of Massachusetts Avenue and Capitol Street.
This is a historic building.
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