Baskervill renovates Hyatt Dulles at Dulles International Airport

In celebration of its 25th anniversary, Hyatt Dulles at Dulles International Airport, the 316 all-suite hotel adjacent to Washington Dulles International Airport, completed its $3.2-million renovation. The renovation was designed by architecture and design firm Baskervill of Richmond, Virginia.

The hotel’s 316 guestroom suites now have a color scheme with nautical blues, sand and burnt orange tones. Each room includes a Hyatt Grand Bed with a leather headboard, linens, new cream color window sheers and plush carpeting. Guestroom suites include king and double, double beds, and each guestroom suite living room offers a sleeper sofa.

Living room furniture consists of new mini-refrigerators, ergonomic Herman Miller desk chairs and a modern desk. “Jack packs” on the desks allow guests to connect a variety of media devices. New energy efficient light fixtures have been added to every guest room and corridor, plus all rooms now have RFID lock systems. The hotel also offers PURE- Hypo Allergenic Rooms that are designed especially for allergy sufferers.

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The renovation also saw the addition of the 29,000-square-foot Executive Meeting Center.

Hyatt Dulles at Dulles International Airport, located near the nation’s capital and just minutes from Dulles International Airport, provides newly renovated accommodations in its 316 guest suites, and 29,000 square feet of meeting and function space. Amenities include the hotel’s 24-hour fitness center, and the indoor pool with hot tub. The hotel’s onsite restaurant, Elements on Level One, offers contemporary cuisine.

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