New Hotel Renovations in Washington, DC

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These Washington, DC hotels have recently been renovated or are currently in the process of renovating. Most of these renovations took place between March and May 2024.

Salamander Washington, DC [1]
Middleburg, Virginia-based Salamander Collection, founded by
entrepreneur Sheila Johnson, is expected to conclude a portion of its
phased enhancements to the former 373-key Mandarin Oriental by the end
of summer. The project will reveal a brighter and more residential
design. The lobby and its stunning bar, pool, and modernly refreshed
guest suites designed by Washington’s Thomas Pheasant are on track to
be completed in time to take advantage of the warm weather still. A
luxury two-story spa and chef Kwame Onwuachi’s highly anticipated
return to the nation’s capital, Dōgon, will follow. The restaurant is
inspired by DC surveyor Benjamin Banneker and his heritage to the West
African Dogon tribe. Salamander Collection was recently voted Best
Luxury Hotel Brand by readers of USA Today and is the largest
Black-owned luxury hotel company in the United States.

 Westin Washington DC [2]
The former Renaissance Washington, DC, near Mount Vernon Square and steps
from the Walter E. Washington Convention Center has undergone a nearly
$80 million brand conversion, revealing a sophisticated, contemporary,
warm and inviting property under the Westin flag. The 807-room hotel
puts wellbeing at the forefront with all-encompassing health and
wellness experiences, including the largest hotel fitness studio in the
City, Peloton suites, and the local RunWESTIN® program. The property
also features modern meeting spaces and workstations, as well as Root
and Vine, an open-kitchen concept with locally sourced menus,
botanical-inspired cocktails and a biodynamic wine program.

 Marriott Metro Center [3]
Washington Marriott Metro Center has switched tracks toward the future
with a multi-million-dollar revitalization. The new look complements our
recently transformed meeting spaces and aims to connect the threads
of our city’s rich history through a modern lens. The aesthetic
journey is a mix of modern and historical, inspired by the unique grid
of our city’s streets and Metro system.

 Four Season [4] Washington, DC
 Four Seasons Washington, DC [5](May 2024): The property just unveiled a
multimillion-dollar renovation to its famed spa. Newly enhanced features
include state-of-the-art treatment rooms, a dedicated couples’ massage
room with a deep soaking bathtub for two, a co-ed lounge, and an updated
indoor swimming pool, debuting later this summer. Guests will have the
opportunity to experience Mind Sync Technology. The state-of-the-art
equipment connects to the treatment tables and uses advanced technology
to synchronize brainwaves, inducing a deep state of relaxation and
mental clarity.

 St. Regis [6] Washington, DC
A staple of downtown DC since 1926, the historic hotel revealed an
extensive redesign and renovation of its guest rooms, suites, and select
spaces. The 182 newly renovated guestrooms and suites offer spacious
layouts and modern interiors. The guestrooms also received full updates
to the bathrooms, complete with white and grey marbled vanities. The
hotel’s suites have separate seating areas that integrate into the
layout of the room designs. The Presidential Suite is the property’s
largest, offering 2,510 square feet of space. Guests can utilize the
hotel’s signature St. Regis Butler Service across all suite

 Capital Hilton [7] Washington, DC
The hotel, which opened in 1943, has completed a multi-million-dollar
renovation to its 559-room property. The 13-month project aims to
celebrate grandeur, glam, geometric form, and repetitive patterns,
bringing elements of the property’s interiors to the guestrooms and
corridors. Layering art deco design with the hotel’s brutalist
architecture, each new guest room weaves original design with the modern
elements needed for today’s travelers. The property boasts an ideal
location, just two blocks from The White House.

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