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Lovely 17 room property. Great renovation. Nice bar and southern hot breakfast is included (breakfast bowl of grits, eggs, cheese and bacon). Bar is now serving small plates and dinners (Thursday they Saturday). Clean rooms great service. Quiet rooms. We will be back!

Our stay of 10/4 & 10/5 was an excellent one as always. The new owners are very warn and welcoming. They were able to accommodate our request for room change which made the stay so much better. The hotel restaurant/bar, Maddty's, has good food and a selection of craft beers. We highly recommend the Fitzpatrick and Maddy's.

We stayed at the Fitzpatrick from 9/4 to 9/7 2019. It is a delightful hotel with claw foot bathtubs, beautiful hardwood floors and antique furniture. The people who service the front desk, Brittany and Casey went above and beyond to make our stay pleasurable. Located in Washington Square a short walk to restaurants, ice cream parlor and attached to the hotel is a wonderful bar. Located outside is a courtyard with table and chairs where we spent every evening. Limited breakfast but there is a cafe two doors down. If you would like to see how the Victorian people spent their holidays you will enjoy this hotel.

I stay there every October and it never matters who is at the desk, you're greeted with the warmest of Southern hospitality by someone who is eager to make your stay pleasant and enjoyable. At the Fitzpatrick you are in the hubbub of the Square (hubbub in Washington is a gentle kind of hustling about) -- lots of parking and cars moving in and out and people walking around greeting and visiting with each other. The Square is the best location for venturing out -- a few doors to the left is the Chamber of Commerce with loads of pamphlets, books and nice people who will suggest historical walks and places to see and they "love to visit" with you; there's a bakery right next door to the Fitzpatrick serving luscious goodies and wonderful coffee (the Square Cafe), there's a new French restaurant that everyone raves about -- also a very nice Italian restaurant serving delicious food as well as eateries that offer good old home cooking. On the Square there are Interesting little "stores with treasure" (unlike the still lost Confederate gold treasure last seen at the final meeting of the Confederacy in Washington) where you can find lovely trinkets, University of GA knickknacks, and unique finds for entertaining and decor -- also antique stores stocked with great surprises. So many fascinating places are short walks from the Fitzpatrick Hotel like the Mary Willis Library with Tiffany stained-glass windows and the grand Tupper-Barnett mansion (my personal favourite among the many gorgeous ante-bellum homes). But back to "headquarters" -- the Fitzpatrick Hotel captures the ambience of being a guest in a fine old Georgia home with sumptuous surroundings. The rooms are handsomely appointed with high ceilings, large heavy doors, satiny wood floors, inviting clawfoot tubs and all the little luxuries of modern day living like great wifi and cable channels. I love to walk up the thick carpeted stairs but there's also an elevator if you prefer. I am looking forward to my next stay in October this time in the Tower Room with its elevated table and chairs sitting area where I can look out over the Square of the beautiful little town where I grew up, tap the window, and wave at a friend. (I had what I call The Gathering Room last year -- set off from the bedroom by regal heavy wooden doors, it was perfect for having my brothers and their families come to watch Georgia play on the TV in the "grand parlour" with sofa and chairs, a fireplace, a mini frig and lots of space to relax and visit.)

The Fitzpatrick Hotel is located in the town square of this historical city. It has been totally renovated to bring out it's historical past. Our room was spacious, clean and comfortable and the staff was friendly and helpful. Breakfast provided by the Square Cafe was most delicious! We enjoyed our Evening cocktail in the attached pub. The town is charming with interesting historical places to visit and friendly folks. There were antique and gift shops (but are not open Monday thru Wednesday). This is a very nice place to visit.

My husband and I had booked a two night stay. The first night was comfortable and quiet; however, what happened the second day resulted in us leaving abruptly. We have never been treated so rudely! Apparently the husband of the couple that own and operate the hotel is in a rock band. His rock band began shooting a rock video in the ballroom directly above our room. I cannot overstate how very, very loud they were! They started at 3pm, and we were told they would be done in two or three hours, so we went to dinner. When we came back at 7pm they were still playing! When we asked the wife at the front desk how much longer they would be playing we were told "until they finish". Unbelievable! Lovely hotel, but VERY POOR CUSTOMER SERVICE. BEWARE

Located in the heart of old town Washington. The hotel is classic example of southern charm and hospitality. The staff is friendly and knowledgeable about the area. The rooms are spacious and immaculate .

Stayed here after the UGA game last weekend. The staff was very cordial and was able to accommodate our late arrival. The room was clean and linens were crisp. Breakfast was included in the room rental and was good! We even got to tour the hotel and see a castle room. It was enjoyable to stay in a historic venue.

The gorgeous Fitzpatrick Hotel, located in the heart of Washington, Georgia, offers modern conveniences in a historic setting, all complemented by a clearly dedicated and capable staff. Although built in the 1890s, the Fitzpatrick has been fully renovated and features wonderful modern features. The rooms are easily kept at comfortable temperatures and included flat screen TVs and wonderful bathroom features - plenty of hot water. The renovations, however, in no way dampened the historical feel of the hotel: the lobby and main stair are like something out of a movie, and the larger rooms offer a spacious and refined setting with gorgeous period details such as the ornate doorknobs and picturesque colored glass on the windows. The room was in impeccable shape, with the linens crisp, towels fresh, and floors immaculate. The mattress, in our room at least, was decadently soft and we literally sank into it. The Fitzpatrick's building is also home to The Jockey Club, which is a wonderful place to dine, but several other excellent restaurants are within easy walking distance, as are most of the major historical sites and historic homes in Washington. The crowning achievement of the Fitzpatrick, however, is its devoted and attentive staff. Gwen, who was running the main desk while we were there, went above and beyond to ensure that we had a perfect stay. The cleaning staff is also on top of their game, as the Fitzpatrick looks to be in incredible shape for being over a century old, and at this rate it shall stand proudly for at least another one hundred years.

We loved the ambience at this beautiful hotel. The wood work alone is just stunning. The staff were very lovely and accommodating as we had several rooms for our family. Also my OCD fiance said that this was one of the cleanest hotels he's ever stayed at. Over all Great stay.

West Square Washington GA

Hotel highlights

  • Free continental breakfast on weekdays
  • Free WiFi in rooms and public areas
  • Free parking
  • Bar/lounge

The Fitzpatrick Hotel places you within a 10-minute stroll of popular attractions such as Robert Toombs House and Washington-Wilkes Historical Museum. This 17-room hotel has conveniences like free breakfast, a full-service spa, and free in-room WiFi.


Dining

Free continental breakfast is served on weekdays from 7:00 AM to noon. Quench your thirst with a drink at the bar/lounge.


Rooms

The 17 rooms are individually decorated and have an array of amenities, including free newspapers, ceiling fans, and phones. Guests can expect free WiFi and 32-inch flat-screen TVs with cable channels. Beds are dressed in premium bedding and bathrooms offer hair dryers and free toiletries. Ironing boards are also available. Housekeeping is available on request.


Property features

Guests staying at The Fitzpatrick Hotel enjoy access to a full-service spa, a fitness center, and free WiFi in public areas. There's free parking if you drive. Dry cleaning/laundry services make packing light an option. Other amenities at this spa hotel include a meeting room, coffee/tea in a common area, and a microwave in a common area.

Room options

Standard Single Room, Ensuite (Room - 304)

Queen 1 | Sleeps 2

Standard Single Room, Ensuite (Room - 202)

Queen 1 | Sleeps 2

Deluxe Single Room, Ensuite (Front Room - 305)

King 1 | Sleeps 2

Deluxe Single Room, Private Bathroom (Front Room - 203)

King 1 | Sleeps 2

Reviews from Trip Advisor

Trip Advisor aggregated rating

93.0% of guests recommend this hotel

Total of 121 reviews

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