DoubleTree by Hilton Largo, Md., nears completion

Construction is nearly complete on the DoubleTree by Hilton Largo/Washington DC, one of the few hotels near FedEx Field, and the only full service property in the area. The hotel is owned by Frontier Development & Hospitality Group, and managed by Crescent Hotels & Resorts. The hotel is currently operating as a Radisson and will complete its multimillion upgrade to a DoubleTree next month. 

“We are excited to bring this Hilton brand to the Largo area,” said Tim Bowes, VP of sales for Crescent Hotels & Resorts. “It’s symbolic of the tremendous growth of the area, and we are glad to be a part of this positive economic boost as well as being a good community member. We look forward to giving fans and teams coming to FedEx Field a full service option with the ideal location.” 

All 184 guest rooms will be redesigned, and hotel’s public space, meeting rooms and food/beverage zones will also be reinvented. Included in the many upgrades are the XC Bar and Grill and the accompanying XC’s Lounge. In addition, the hotel’s new design will have a new exterior social zone that will be anchored by a fire pit. Finally, the hotel will have a new fitness center and indoor pool.

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The hotel is remaining open throughout the transformation.

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