Welcome to The Jefferson, Washington’s second most prestigious address. Distinguished, sophisticated and discreet, this 99-room luxury boutique hotel exemplifies all that its namesake, Thomas Jefferson, held dear – intricately thought-out design, twenty elegantly appointed suites, the most modern amenities, gastronomic excellence and, of course, exceptional personalized service.
Meetings and events at The Jefferson are distinguished by intimate venues that allow groups to enjoy the full attention of our experienced staff who host every event with unrivaled warmth, skill and discretion. Each of The Jefferson’s meeting rooms is individually designed based on Thomas Jefferson's favorite spaces at his beloved Monticello. Catering is provided by the culinary team behind our award-winning Michelin Starred Plume restaurant.
Host your next event in our Washington, DC hotel and enjoy:
The Gallatin Room – Named after Albert Gallatin, who was Thomas Jefferson’s close friend and Secretary of the Treasury, this is our largest meeting and private function space, measuring 689 square feet and featuring crystal chandeliers and windows offering an abundance of natural light. The Gallatin Room is perfect for day time meetings up to 30 participants and can also accommodate up to 80 guests for standing receptions or 44 guests for a seated lunch or dinner. The room can be partitioned into two smaller rooms – the East and West Gallatin, for smaller groups of 15 or less. Complimentary screen, LCD projector and WiFi provided.
The Parlor Boardroom – Designed for up to 16 business meeting participants around a grand, wood polished table crowned by tall taper-like chandelier and windows offering an abundance of natural light, the Parlor Boardroom is 496 square feet. In addition, the room is perfect for private dinner of up to 26 guests. Complimentary screen, LCD projector and WiFi provided.
The Private Cellar – inspired by Jefferson's passion for wine, is the hotel's private dining room with walls lined with heart of pine reclaimed wood from the American Woolen Company in Lawrence, MA and gleaming wine lockers featuring the hotel's top wines. The room measures 297 square feet can host up to 20.
The Book Room – a 442 square foot library inspired by Thomas Jefferson's love of literature. Here, surrounded by leather-bound books on Jeffersonian subjects, guests can slip into a cozy, 54-square-foot nook or host special pre- dinner mini receptions for up to 25 guests and or seated dinners for up to 10.