Hosting a business meeting in DC? Check out these beautiful boardrooms with natural light, perfect for any size meeting.
Everyone wants a boardroom that’s conducive to big ideas. That’s why DC provides a range of options when it comes to unique boardrooms with natural light that will energize the room and the people in it. Not only do these boardrooms have natural light, but some also boast breathtaking views of the nation's capital that you simply can’t find anywhere else.
National Museum of Women in the Arts
The Kasser Boardroom at the National Museum of Women in the Arts is ideal for groups of 10 to 50 guests and even allows the option of viewing the artwork during breaks. The exhibitions are simply breathtaking as is the graceful and historic ambiance of the boardroom itself.
The Top of the Hay in The Hay-Adams has one of the best panoramic views overlooking the White House and the city skyline in DC. Various meetings rooms feature daylight through the windows on the ninth floor and can divide into multiple spaces or combine into one, allowing you to host an event ranging from 15 to 250 people, or a reception for up to 340 guests. Spaces with natural light include the Abraham Lincoln Room, George Washington Room, John Adams Room, Thomas Jefferson Room and the James Madison Room.
At Spire, an event space located in Washington DC's NoMa neighborhood, you will find brilliant glass-paneled meeting rooms with state-of-the-art technology, stunning artwork and luxe patios with panoramic views of the Capitol. Summit is a high-tech meeting room with breathtaking views of the city. The room seats 26 guests comfortably plus 20 additional seats around the perimeter of the table. Vue is the multipurpose space that can be reconfigured in a range of seating style with a capacity of 100+ guests lecture style or 40 guests classroom style.
National Air and Space Museum’s Steven F. Udvar-Hazy Center
The Executive Boardroom at the Steven F. Udvar-Hazy Center in Northern Virginia offers stunning views of the museum’s artifacts and beautiful artwork from its collection. The space is available Monday through Friday and can accommodate 40 guests with an additional 24 side chairs. Various styles (theater, classroom and banquet) allow meeting planners to customize the room, with the ability to hold a capacity of 200 guests.
Four Seasons Hotel Washington DC
Located in historic Georgetown, this Forbes Five-Star hotel is home to 22,925 sq. feet of unique event space, including outdoor options and multiple venues with natural light. Among the diverse spaces are Dumbarton and Conservatory, Douglass Room and the Events Level Foyer. Rooms can hold from 10 to 400 guests depending on the setup.
The Madison Washington DC, A Hilton Hotel
The Madison Washington, DC a Hilton Hotel boasts many conference rooms with natural light that are elegantly decorated with antique crystal chandeliers and classic finishings. The Mount Vernon features a simple design with sunlight and can be divided into two sections. Additionally, the hotel’s Hamilton, Adams, and Constitution Ballrooms also have windows with plenty of light shining in.
Museum of the Bible
The Darcy, Curio Collection by Hilton
The Mandarin Oriental offers many different options that are ideal for intimate gatherings. The Club Lounge is a private boardroom that can seat up to 12 guests comfortably. Located on the hotel’s eighth floor, guests can gather at the boardroom table or relax at a cafe table with beautiful views of Capitol Hill and the National Mall.
Kimpton Donovan Hotel
At the Kimpton Donovan Hotel, 5,000 sq. feet of private indoor and outdoor function space can accommodate up to 100 guests. The newly constructed 550 sq. foot Bradlee Room, named after The Washington Post’s executive editor during the Watergate scandal, proves perfect for corporate meetings and gatherings for up to 40 guests.
Kimpton George Hotel
The recently opened Conrad features three meeting rooms with sunlight called the Arts Rooms – Mosaic, Motif and Canvas. The Arts Rooms can be found on the second floor, ranging in size from 300 to 659 sq. feet.
Hyatt Regency Washington on Capitol Hill
The newly renovated National Parks Boardrooms in the Hyatt Regency Washington on Capitol Hill offer exclusivity and natural light on the second floor of the North Tower. The Grand Canyon and Olympic meeting rooms are suitable for intimate boardroom meetings and breakout sessions, accommodating up to 12 and 20 guests respectively. Bryce, Glacier, Grand Teton, Redwood, Sequoia, and Yosemite offer versatility for a variety of occasions. Each classroom configuration can accommodate groups of 24 to 45 guests. The Everglades or Yellowstone spaces can host 10 to 70 people.
InterContinental Washington, D.C. – The Wharf
At InterContinental Washington, D.C. – The Wharf, natural light fills all meetings and function rooms, many featuring waterfront views. With over 17,000 sq. feet of event space, planners can choose from 11 unique meeting rooms and multiple elegant ballrooms for their upcoming meetings.