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The historic red brick chimney stack is The Ritz-Carlton Georgetown, Washington, D.C.’s signature architectural marker that can be seen from miles around. The circa 1932 structure towers at 130 feet with the dramatic twelve-person Chimney Stack Room at the bottom featuring a glass ceiling that looks to the sky above.  It is the most unique venue in Washington, D.C. and the hotel’s most intimate space, perfect for private dinners, meetings, and functions.

Room Summary
Size 256 SQ FT | 24 SQ M
Dimensions 16 round x 0 FT | 0 x 0 M
Chandelier Height 130 SQ FT | 40 SQ M
Seating Capacities
Banquet Rounds of 10 12
Reception 12
Conference 0
Classroom 0
U-Shape 0
Theater 0
Fabrics and Finishes
Wallcovering Donghia Ivy Jacquered Fabric – Color: Lambs Ear
Floor Lower Lobby Level
Lighting Custom Design Pendants. 150 watt Halogen lighting. Natural lighting from sky light
Other
Columns In Room No
No. Outlets/Power 4 duplex 120 volt
No. of Windows One Large Skylight
View From Windows View of the sky
No. Entry/Exit Points 1
Permanent AV Internet and telephone connections
Distance From Loading Dock 300 ft. 3 floors above loading dock
Floorplan for meeting rooms on hotel's lower lobby level