Topaz Hotel, A Kimpton Hotel, Washington

Topaz Hotel, A Kimpton Hotel

1733 N Street N W

Topaz Hotel Transcends the Everyday with an atmosphere that promotes you and your wellness - introspective, yet social. Do what you want - it's all about you. Have a drink, mingle, sip peacefully on herbals, then let the elevator transport you to another world. The spacious rooms are newly-renovated and include the latest in technology. The surreal lobby bar and restaurant transcends one into a mystical world of brilliant light, iridescent colors and eastern symbolism. Topaz Hotel starts first light with the morning's "Power Hour." This complimentary morning reception in the Living Room lobby features energy drinks and exotic elixirs that will start the day off right. In the evening, guests and locals can be found at the Topaz Bar enjoying its enlightened menu of cool drinks and hot food. Imaginative cuisine is incorporate into the setting that is at once elegant and fantastic. Breakfast, lunch, and dinner are served daily. Topaz is a boutique hotel with 99 stylish rooms that bring balance to life with a yoga TV channel and complimentary yoga accessories to use during your stay. Down comforters and European linens provide an elegant touch, and the bold decor is a visual treat. Each guestroom has Aveda bath amenities, two-line cordless speakerphone, voicemail, dataport, fully-stocked mini bar, safe, automatic teapot with a selection of exotic teas, iron and board, hairdryer, 25-inch television, and all-day room service. Topaz is a pet-friendly hotel, with walking services available. Topaz also features Kimpton's Forgot-It, We've Got It program, where toiletry items that you may have left at home are complimentary provided for you. Our environmental program, Kimpton Hotels EarthCare, supports a sustainable world by using non-intrusive, high quality, eco-friendly products and services, including In-Room recycling bins, non-toxic cleaners, organic honor bar items and water/energy efficient measures. Kimpton Hotels EarthCare products and practices are based on California Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Green Lodging Guidelines.