The Madison is a Hilton hotel and wedding venue located in the heart of Washington, DC. This venue boasts versatile event spaces, state-of-the-art amenities, and award-winning chefs. Their team of experienced wedding professionals are dedicated to becoming an indelible part of your personal history.
Facilities and Capacity
The Madison offers couples over 12,000 square feet of event space that can comfortably accommodate up to 500 guests. The beautiful split level two-story Dolly Madison Ballroom features elegant antique chandeliers, neutral tones, and natural light. For smaller weddings, the urban Mount Vernon room provides a more intimate ambience and overlooks downtown Washington, DC.
Upon booking, you are provided with a seasoned wedding specialist. Your assigned specialist can help plan every detail of your wedding from the menu selection to selecting the engraver for your invitations. Tables, chairs, flatware, glassware, china, linens, and any necessary setup and cleanup services are included in the cost of your package. Get-ready rooms, audio equipment, lighting, and a dance floor are also provided. Other services include:
The award-winning culinary team is happy to work with you to craft a custom wedding menu that suits your preferences and needs. Menus can always be customized to meet any diet type. Buffet, family-style, and plated serving options are available. Depending on your selected package, hors d’oeuvres and stations can be included in your package. A pre-wedding complimentary tasting is always provided. Flexible to your budget, The Madison offers a variety of open bar packages. Outside alcohol is also welcome.
With over 350 guest rooms and suites, The Madison can comfortably accommodate all of your out-of-town guests. Guests rooms are colonial-inspired, and many feature terraces and wall-to-wall windows. Amenities include an on-site restaurant, wireless internet, and a renovated and modernized health club and fitness center.
The Madison is conveniently located less than ten blocks from The White House, The National Mall, The Walter E. Washington Convention Center, and the Farragut North and West Station. During your stay, you and your guests can also pay a visit to the Smithsonian. The hotel is also just one mile from Union Station and five miles from the Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport (DCA).
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Recommended by 87% of couples
S · Married on 05/23/2015
We chose the Loews Madison as our hotel for out of town guests. We initially reached out to quite a few hotels, and the Loews Madison was one of the few hotels to actually respond. Not only did they respond quickly, they gave us the best rate around.Sent on 06/18/2015
Leading up to the event, Diana was great to work with. She was kind, professional, and responsive. We went over our contracted room number, and they accommodated a few additional rooms at the contract price. What a huge relief! On the weekend of the wedding, the staff and the concierge, Milan, went out of their way to make us and our guests comfortable. The staff handed out gift bags to each of our guests as they checked in -- at no additional charge! The concierge, Milan, was gracious in helping us coordinate our transportation on the wedding day. We also had a breakfast the day after the wedding in one of the event spaces. The food was good and the staff was great -- they even brought me a plate of fresh fruit. The whole weekend they went above and beyond.
Our guests appreciated the central location of the hotel, and the rooms were beautiful (yes, some reviews will say they are on the small side or that the street side is noisy, but for the center of the city it wasn't bad at all!) We booked a certain number of rooms, so we got an upgraded suite, which was modern and spacious. The staff even left us a card and treats when we returned to our room on the night of our wedding!
We had an absolutely wonderful experience and would highly recommend the Loews Madison.
Sharon · Married on 05/23/2015
Our daughter's wedding was May 23, 2015. Loews handled the rehearsal dinner, wedding reception and wedding breakfast the following morning. If I could give them more stars I would. It was spectacular! Many of our guests said it was the best wedding they'd ever attended. Jessica Malone helped us every step of the way, including being there at the actual reception to make sure everything went as planned, and that all of the gifts, envelopes and mementos made their way safely back to the bridal suite. She even soothed over a few bridal and MOB meltdowns along the way in the months and weeks leading up. The event space was lovely, the rooms gorgeous. The staff went well out of their way to ensure everything went smoothly and all guests were made comfortable. And if the quality of the food is important to you, look no further...the food at each of our three events was superb! We had about 180 guests at the reception, and every dish looked and tasted as if the head chef had personally created each one. I just can't say enough good things about the facility, the service and the people of the Loews Madison Hotel. I wish we could do it all again!!Sent on 09/03/2015
User3903694 · 2+ years ago
From the moment we toured the Loews and met Scott Button, we knew that we absolutely had to have our wedding at the Loews Madison. I wasn't a huge fan of hotel weddings, but the Loews is so gorgeous that it doesn't feel like a hotel. They only have one ballroom, so you don't need to worry about competing events and the space is absolutely gorgeous. My wedding looked like it could be in a magazine and Scott Button handled everything perfectly. I highly recommend the Loews Madison. The room block rates were very reasonable and everything has been recently remodeled. The staff is friendly and our guests kept mentioning how attentive everyone was to their needs.Sent on 09/17/2014