Capitol Hill Hotel Completes the First Phase of a Multi-Million Dollar Renovation
WASHINGTON D.C.—In accordance with the Phase I completion of a $3.7 million renovation, HHM has just announced a new name for its boutique hotel on Capitol Hill. Capitol Hill Hotel, formerly known as Capitol Hill Suites, completed renovations including the lobby as well as the expansion and addition of meeting and event spaces. The final renovation phase, which includes the makeover of the 152 all-suite guestrooms, is expected to be completed by early 2013. READER COMMENTS
Hersha Hospitality Trust entrusted design firm Dawson Design Associates to reimagine the hotel. As a member of HHM’s Independent Collection, the hotel design draws inspiration from local aesthetics and up-and-coming artists.
“Our new name reflects the more upscale product now offered by the hotel. This is just the beginning of an exciting series of welcomed changes to the property,” said Ian Harvey, general manager of Capitol Hill Hotel, in an announcement. “We are proud of our wonderful position in Washington’s most special neighborhood — from distinctive restaurants and boutiques to national treasures, our planned renovations will create a new gem within this dynamic area.”
The redesigned meeting spaces are outfitted with new technologies including built-in AV equipment and teleconferencing/videoconferencing accessibility with touch-screen control.