Conrad debuts in Washington, D.C.

Hilton's Conrad Hotels & Resorts brand has opened in Washington, D.C. The new Conrad is located on New York Avenue at the gateway of mixed-use CityCenterDC and developed by real estate firm Hines and investor Qatari Diar.

The 360-room, 10-floor hotel was designed by Pritzker Prize laureates Herzog & de Meuron. It has 30,000 square feet of retail space on its ground floor and 32,000 square feet of meeting space, all above ground level and unlike any other hotel in Washington D.C. Rottet Studio designed the interiors.

The hotel also worked with production architect and hotel consultant HKS Inc., as well as landscape architecture firm Gustafson Guthrie Nichol. Curated by consulting firm Tatar Art Projects, the hotel’s art collection pays homage to the city’s historical roots tying back to the Washington Color School.


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For dining, the property has Estuary by James Beard Award recipients and “Top Chef” finalists Bryan and Michael Voltaggio. Meanwhile, Summit The Rooftop at Conrad and the associated event terrace have panoramic views of Washington’s landmarks, as well as a bar and lounge. An exclusive full-service club is also available.

Laura Schofield is the GM of Conrad Washington, D.C., and the property will be managed by Hilton Management Services.

Photo credit: Conrad Washington, DC

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