The Liaison Capitol Hill completes $6M renovation

The Liaison Capitol Hill, an Affinia Hotel, located steps from the US Capitol, announced the completion of a $6-million renovation of its guestrooms and suites. The redesign transformed all 343 guestrooms and corridors to feature modern lighting and furnishings.

With the renovations led by the hotel’s original interior designer, Dawson Design Associates, the décor is inspired by The Liaison’s location in Washington, DC, highlighting the prominence of the capital city and its political landscape.

The new guestrooms feature shades of indigo blue, gray, tan, and red, all with by brushed-stainless-steel accents. The rooms feature flat screen TVs, Wi-Fi, iHome docks, modern furnishings, upgraded Affinia bedding and remodeled bathrooms.

The hallways have been refurbished with new carpeting, wall decor and lighting to match the new guestroom décor.

The renovation completes the theme started by Dawson Design in 2008 when it redesigned the lobby to showcase six-foot portraits of world leaders, as well as the in-house restaurant, Art and Soul, owned by two-time James Beard-Award winning Chef Art Smith.

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