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Washington, DC |   1011 L Street NW, Washington, DC 20001

Inspired Meetings in Our Washington, DC Business Hotel

Entertain clients, close a deal or host your next conference or event in our sophisticated and thoughtfully-designed meeting spaces. Taking advantage of the historic ambiance of our 1864 Victorian-style townhomes, we have created intimate indoor and outdoor spaces for business meetings, banquets and receptions. Host a dinner in our Club Room or celebrate in our beautifully landscaped courtyard. Each venue offers a distinctive flair for events in our nation's capital.
Meeting & Banquet Facility at Washington, DC Hotel
  • Club Room at Morrison-Clark Historic Inn & Restaurant
    Club Room
    Showcasing antiques and carved marble fireplaces, the club Room creates an warm ambiance that invites you to relax and gather. This versatile space can accommodate up to 60 for a reception, 40 for a seated dinner and up to 30 for a conference.
  • Morrison-Clark Historic Inn & Restaurant Courtyard
    Courtyard
    The elegant outdoor courtyard is an oasis in the bustle of the city with lush landscaping and ornate fountains. The dual-level design is perfect for events, from cocktail receptions up to 120 guests to seated dinners for up to 80. Our professional planning specialist ensures every detail matches your vision.
  • Morrison-Clark Historic Inn & Restaurant Parlor Room, Carriage House and Library
    Parlor Room, Carriage House and Library
    Our most intimate spaces, the Library, Parlor and Carriage House offer a unique setting for small meetings of two to 12 guests. Whether you want passed hors d'oeuvres or a seated dinner, these spaces offers a functional design with authentic warmth and charm.
  • Board Room at Morrison-Clark Historic Inn & Restaurant
    Board Room
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