Arrived at the check-in desk around 7pm, walking over from Metro at Union Station. Received a warm greeting and mention of my two-night stay. Problem was that I had only booked a one night stay and had documentation for that. The agent quickly cleaned up the booking and then said she'd see if she could find me a better room. That “better room” ended up being a nice suite on the 7th floor. Very happy there. I did notice an ice machine in the hallway outside this room but only heard it dispensing ice one time that evening when I was in the living room area. I doubt you would hear it in the bedroom section. Visited the 11th floor Regency Club at 8:15 (cake from 8-9) and had some lemon tarts (only item out) and Perrier. There was a loud group of about 4 people in one corner that were hard to tune out, so I stayed about 10 minutes and left. Had my netbook along and wi-fi signal was fine in there. I didn't notice a lot of seating, maybe 4 tables, but there were doors on one side of the lounge that might open up. There wouldn't be a lot of room to work with for breakfast without opening up into that area. Anyone know if they do that in the morning? Slept perfectly. Went down to the breakfast buffet off the lobby at 8 (3A rate with breakfast on this visit). They had a chicken apple sausage that was very good, and in addition to that hot items included bacon, hash browns, scrambled eggs, pancakes, and some type of egg white frittata (didn't try it). I also had some oatmeal with brown sugar. There were at least 3 different kinds of bagels to choose from, and an omelette station was up and running (didn't visit it this trip). There was also sliced melon, cantaloupe and pineapple, and a selection of breakfast cereals in glass canisters. Not as large a selection as Grand Hyatt, but more than Hyatt Arlington and Hyatt Crystal City, and a good amount of floor space so you're not bumping into other guests as you make your selections. On check out I was billed for wi-fi, but that was removed when I mentioned my Diamond status. I had originally booked Hyatt Arlington but during the week this property changed its rate and was only $9 more for the weekend (G2 bonus, too, making it worth the change). Back again next week. Two photos here with rest linked in THIS GALLERY.