Baskervill designs AC Hotel Washington, DC at National Harbor

AC Hotel Washington, DC at National Harbor, the third AC Hotels by Marriott to open in the US, opened its doors to guests.

The designer involved on the project was Baskervill, a Richmond-based design firm.

The eight-story AC Hotel Washington, DC at National Harbor features 192 guest rooms and six suites, 3,700-square-feet of meeting space, and a fitness center. Additional amenities include free Wi-Fi connectivity, and signature spaces including AC Kitchen, AC Library and AC Lounge.


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AC Hotel Washington, DC at National Harbor incorporates the linear design of the harbor into its art. Upon entering the eight-story hotel, guests will find a rope wall inspired by boats docked on the Potomac River, as well as nautical accents throughout. Outside in National Harbor lies a public art scene featuring international and local artists. Highlights include the "The Awakening" statue by J. Steward Johnson Jr., and "The Beckoning" by Albert Paley.

Looking to engage the millennial traveler, AC Hotels by Marriott incorporates a design-focus approach. Guests will find open-concept closets and integrated work desk and luggage benches in all rooms. Complimentary Wi-Fi, USB and power ports and smart TVs that can stream on-demand content.

Operated under a long-term management agreement by Marriott International, the hotel is owned by Ryman Hospitality Properties.

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