Renaissance Mayflower Hotel

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This 1925 is known for its beautiful inlaid gold decor, and also for its resident ghost. When Calvin Coolidge won the U.S. presidency, he was expected to go to his Inaugural Ball at the Mayflower Hotel. However, his son Calvin Jr. had just died of an infection, and the devastated father stayed home. Since then, every January 20 strange things happen at around 10 p.m. The lights grow dim and flicker and the elevator does not move from the 8th floor until 10:15, when Coolidge would have left his room and gone down to the ball.

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Geographic Information

Address:
1127 Connecticut Ave NW
Washington, DC
United States

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GPS:
38.90443399999999, -77.03950499999996
Nearest Towns:
Washington, D. C., DC (0.7 mi.)
Arlington, VA (3.8 mi.)
Mount Rainier, MD (4.8 mi.)
Friendship Village, MD (4.8 mi.)
Chillum, MD (4.9 mi.)
Friendship Village, MD (4.9 mi.)
Chevy Chase Village, MD (5.0 mi.)
Chevy Chase, MD (5.0 mi.)
Brookmont, MD (5.1 mi.)
Queenstown, MD (5.1 mi.)

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http://www.marriott.com/hotels/travel/wassh-the-mayflower-renaissance-washington-dc-hotel/

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