Crestline to manage future dual-brand Marriott in Washington, D.C.

A rendering of Columbia Place in Washington, D.C.

Crestline Hotels & Resorts has been awarded management of a dual-branded hotel project at Columbia Place in Washington D.C.’s historic Shaw neighborhood.

Slated to open in the third quarter of 2018, the mixed-use project will include a newly built 357-room Courtyard hotel and a 147-suite Residence Inn hotel.  Located at 901 L Street, NW, the planned hotels will be adjacent to the Washington D.C. Convention Center and will be in the midst of the city's central business district, close to Capitol Hill. The hotels will share approximately 10,000 square feet of meeting space comprised of multiple meetings rooms, a board room and three hospitality suites. Additional joint hotel amenities include a fitness facility and full-service restaurant. Capstone Development and Quadrangle Development are the owners and developers of Columbia Place.  The architect of record is Cooper Carry.

“We are thrilled to be part of this significant undertaking which is one of the most exciting new redevelopment projects in the nation’s capital,” James Carroll, president & CEO of Crestline Hotels & Resorts, said in a statement. “Located just steps from the D.C. Convention Center, these two hotels will provide comfortable upscale accommodations and amenities for business and leisure travelers."


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The Courtyard by Marriott will have 357 guestrooms and an independently operated, full-service restaurant which will be open for breakfast, lunch and dinner. Each guestroom is designed with a flexible layout, including a work desk, high-speed wireless internet and a flat screen television. Information is easily accessed in the hotel’s lobby through the interactive GoBoard technology includes a 55-inch LCD touch screen that provides up-to-date news, weather, maps, airline flight statuses and local information. 

The Residence Inn by Marriott will consist of 147 residential-style studios, and one and two-bedroom suites offering accommodations that are larger than traditional hotel guestrooms. The guest suite layout provides separate zones where guests can relax, work, eat and sleep. Suite kitchens are outfitted with full-sized refrigerators and stainless-steel appliances, while sectional sofas, flat screen televisions and bathrooms with extra storage space make it possible for travelers to live and rest comfortably.   

For meetings and special events, the hotel has a 4,000-square-foot outdoor roof-top terrace. There is a complimentary hot breakfast offered daily with a variety of quality items, including healthy alternatives. Other amenities include local grocery delivery service, a 24-hour market and guest laundry room.

The Courtyard and Residence Inn by Marriott hotels are located at the intersection of 9th Street, NW and L Street, NW in Washington, D.C.  Onsite parking will be available. Convenient to public transportation, Columbia Place is directly accessible via Metro’s Green Line (Mt. Vernon Square / Convention Center subway stop) and 10 blocks from Union Station (for Amtrak train service). The hotels are approximately a 15-minute drive from Reagan National Airport and 40 minutes from Washington Dulles International Airport.

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