Meetings and special events at The Jefferson Washington, DC are distinguished by intimate venues that allow groups to enjoy the full attention of our experienced staff. Let us host your event with unrivaled warmth, skill and discretion and enjoy:
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These intimate spaces easily accommodate three to five guests behind discreet pocket doors.
This library was inspired by Thomas Jefferson's love of literature. Here, surrounded by leather-bound books on Jeffersonian subjects, guests can slip into this cozy, 500-square-foot space accommodating special receptions for up to 30 guests.
Named after Albert Gallatin, Thomas Jefferson's close friend and Secretary of the Treasury, this is our largest meeting and private event space. The Gallatin Room can accommodate up to 80 guests for standing receptions or 46 guests for a seated affair. The room can also be partitioned into two rooms - the East and West Gallatin - for smaller groups.
The Parlor Boardroom is an impressive space designed for up to 26 Participants around a grand wood polished table crowned by tall taper-like chandeliers.
The Jefferson’s private dining room was inspired by Thomas Jefferson's passion for wine and can host up to 20 for rehearsal dinners and small gatherings. Enjoy an intimate space with walls lined by wine display cabinets and private wine lockers.