Mandarin Oriental, Washington DC is back following temporary closure

Mandarin Oriental, Washington DC

Mandarin Oriental, Washington DC reopened its doors to the public on August 24, 2020, following a temporary closure due to COVID-19 related restrictions.

The upscale property is now operating with reduced facilities in dining areas, the Spa and the Fitness Center.

Those visiting Mandarin Oriental, Washington DC can look forward to five-star luxury, refreshed guest rooms in a picturesque setting and stunning views of the waterfront or courtyard gardens. The hotel is in within arm’s reach of the nation’s most prominent monuments and attractions in the District Wharf neighborhood.


In light of its reopening, Mandarin Oriental, Washington DC has shed light on a number of tempting new packages and offers.

The first, entitled ‘Staycations by M.O.’ is inclusive of daily in-room breakfast, early check-in and late check out, and a bottle of champagne or sparkling wine.

The second offer, entitled ‘Working from M.O.’ is ideal for those searching for a home office alternative. The Working from M.O. (Day use Only) programme provides unique flexible working solutions and includes complimentary high-speed WiFi, printing facilities, dining credit and access to the Fitness Center.

Finally, Mandarin Oriental, Washington DC’s ‘A Room with a Suite’ offer allows would-be visitors to reserve a suite and receive an accompanying deluxe guest room or private fitness room on a complimentary basis.

Meanwhile, for those yearning for relaxation and pampering, The Spa at Mandarin Oriental, Washington DC is on hand to provide a number of blissful treatments and rejuvenation programmes with updated COVID-19 safety and hygiene measures.

In order to guarantee the safety of its guests and staff members, Mandarin Oriental, Washington DC has strict health and safety measures in place in both back and front of house areas. The hotel has also adopted flexible cancellation policies.