The Great Hall
The DC area's finest hidden jewel! One of Georgetown's most sophisticated and elegant spaces, The Great Hall can seat up to 130 guests for a decadent luncheon or dinner. For a cocktail reception that your guests will never forget, 200 guests are easily accommodated in splendor and history!
The Receiving Rooms
Our Receiving Rooms are the perfect place to relax prior to dining in the Great Hall. A personal dinner invitation, handwritten by Abigail Adams hangs on the wall. These rooms can accommodate up to 50 guests for a reception.
The Long Room
One June 6, 1800, John Adams made his famous toast in this room. With an incredible view of "M" Street and overlooking the heart of Georgetown, The Long Room is a magnificent setting for an elegant and very private seated meal. This historic space comfortably seats up to 40 guests for formal dining, and 80 guests for a stunning cocktail reception.
The Bliss Room
With it's adjoining private patio, Our Bliss Room is one of the Club's most sought after event spaces. Ideally suited for seated events up to 70 guests, and cocktail receptions for groups as large as 150 guests, reservations for The Bliss Room are the hottest ticket in town.
Adjacent to the Governors' Room, our Library is a great place to enjoy beverages and lighter fare. Thomas Jefferson spent time here on his visits to Georgetown....and if you look closely, you may even see him sitting by the fire! The Library is ideal for a private reception, up to 25 guests.
The Governors' Room
This level of the Club has the original 1796 floors, mantles and woodwork. The room can hold up to 18 guests for an intimate VIP seated meal, or a wonderful reception for as many as three dozen of your favorite folks!