|Location||2019 Pennsylvania Ave NW., Washington, D.C.|
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Hotel Lombardy, in Washington, D.C., is in a 1929-built building converted to a hotel in 1994, at 2019 Pennsylvania Ave., located five blocks northwest of the White House.
It faces south onto I Street, and is within the Golden Triangle business improvement district of Downtown Washington. It abuts the c.1802-05 Cleveland Abbe House, now the Arts Club of Washington, on the east.
It was built as a private residence. In 1990 it was converted into a hotel with 136 guest rooms.
It is a member of National Trust for Historic Preservation's Historic Hotels of America program.
"Social interaction is a key part of the elevator experience at the Hotel Lombardy in Washington, D.C. The Lombardy boasts the last truly manual elevator in D.C.; there is an operator on hand at any time of day to take guests to their floors./ In just a few weeks, however, the elevator is scheduled to become automatic. / Keith Marshall, who has been operating the elevator for the past 30 years, reminds passengers that it's most likely their last ride in the charming, but noisy elevator."
- "Hotel Lombardy". Historic Hotels of America. Retrieved May 2, 2020.
- Heather Murphy (January 11, 2010). "Inside The Genius, But Asocial Elevator's Brain". Heard on All Things Considered.
- "Telegraph Review: Hotel Lombardy".
- Michelle Goldchain (May 6, 2016). "Mapping the Most Essential Hotels in Washington, D.C." DC.Curbed.
Category:Hotels in Washington, D.C. Category:Historic Hotels of America Category:Buildings and structures completed in 1929
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