Fairmont Washington, D.C., completes guestroom renovations

The Fairmont Washington, D.C. has completed the renovation of the fourth, fifth and sixth floor guestrooms. Each room is designed to offer classic style with modern and comfortable furnishings.

 

The design, presented in two color schemes of natural green and brown earth tones, is reflective of the colors found in the gardens and landscapes of Washington, resembling the recently renovated seventh and eighth floors. Custom designed mahogany-toned furnishings including expansive work spaces with ergonomic chairs, stylish fixtures and comfortable seating.

Large feather pillows and luxurious bed linens add to the residential ambience, while an enhanced technological environment offers CAT-6 cabling, high speed internet access, LCD, flat-screened televisions, iHome docking stations and PowerWave units.

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