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The rooms at The St. Regis Washington, D.C. are fairly small compared to their other luxury counterparts, probably because of the massive built-in feature that functions as a wardrobe, mini-bar and television cabinet. Rooms are outfitted in a variety of muted color schemes (our room sported a rich yellow hue) and feature Old World touches, including chandelier lights. Fresh from a 2008 reopening, the rooms have plush pillow-top Sealy beds, Pratesi cotton linens, a work desk and a small chair. Bathrooms at the Forbes Travel Guide Four-Star hotel are on the small side — but do have a handy in-mirror television. Most standard guestrooms lack a bathtub (only eight have a tub/shower combination), but offer attractive tiled walk-in showers with excellent water pressure and Laboratoire Remède amenities, in addition to comfortable cotton spa robes.