Washington, D.C. Embassy Suites gets renovation

Memphis, TENN – Guests of the Embassy Suites Washington, D.C. at the Chevy Chase Pavilion will be delighted to see that the spirit of change has influenced a massive renovation for the hotel.  Begun in 2007 and wrapped up this month, the renovation has been completed just in time for the historic inauguration and spans all nine floors.  Every aspect of the hotel has received an expansive overhaul including the 198 suites, public areas, restaurant, fitness center, and all 6,400 square feet of meeting space. 

Inside the suites, guests will notice that walls are freshly painted, new wall vinyl has been hung and fresh carpets have been installed.  Bathrooms have been renovated with new fixtures, counters, and vanity and all bathtubs have been refurbished.  New bedding, window treatments, sofas, desks, credenzas, coffee tables, armoires and wet bars featuring black granite countertops were included in every guest suite renovation as well.  When it’s time to relax, guests can watch a movie or catch their favorite program on one of the two high-definition televisions that have been added to every suite with a 32” television in the bedroom and a 37” television in the living room.  The high-speed internet system has been replaced and upgraded to the new Hilton Stay Connected HSIA system and telephones have also been replaced and upgraded, resulting in cordless telephones in every suite. 

“With such an exciting year of change ahead of us, we’ve made refreshing updates throughout the entire hotel,” says General Manager Jeff Brainard.  “The timing couldn’t have been more perfect with our renovation being completed just in time for this historic inauguration.  From updated suites to renovated common areas, guests are sure to notice special touches that offer an even greater value and exceptional experience.”

Embassy Suites Washington, D.C. at the Chevy Chase Pavilion offers numerous amenities to guests including Café Cino, the on-site restaurant that has now received a complete renovation with new furnishings and flooring.   All public spaces of the hotel have had carpet, paint, and wall vinyl completely replaced.  Guests will be amazed with the fitness center, which is the largest free-to-guest fitness center in Washington D.C.  The center received a facelift, including an upgrade to Precor Fitness Equipment and a full weight station among other standard amenities.  New flooring, customized wall vinyl, mirrors, ceilings, and locker rooms were also included in the fitness center upgrade.   In addition to the upgrades that guests can visually appreciate, the swimming pool was converted into using a saline system, which omitted the need for chemical chlorine.

In 2009, our focus on the earth and our impact upon it is of increasing concern and Embassy Suites Washington, D.C. Chevy Chase Pavilion is doing their part to decrease the impact they make by implementing the Destination Earth conservation program.  This program includes energy-saving lighting, water and gas conservation, recycling, and the use of non-chemical cleaning products throughout the hotel.

When guests choose Embassy Suites, they already get it all with expansive two-room suites, a complimentary cooked-to-order breakfast and nightly Manager’s Reception** with great food and drinks to help travelers unwind.  With 198 hotels throughout the U.S., Canada and Latin America, guests can find suites and event space to accommodate their out-of-town guests, corporate meetings and events, weddings, reunions, celebrations, and various other group functions.  

To make reservations, travelers can visit the Embassy Suites Hotels website, call 1-800-EMBASSY or call the hotel directly at (562) 861-1900.

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