Rosewood to manage a reborn D.C. hotel

Georgetown Hotel

Rosewood Hotels & Resorts was appointed by CTF Georgetown Hotel, the new owners of Capella Washington, D.C., to take over the management of the Georgetown hotel.

The hotel, formerly owned by Castleton Hotel Partners, has been renamed and is now known as Rosewood Washington, D.C. Rosewood and Capella Hotels are working together during the transition, which is taking place effective April 21, 2016.

The 49-room property is situated alongside the C&O Canal in Georgetown. The hotel currently has a number of dining options including seasonal dining at the Grill Room which overlooks the C&O canal. The adjoining Rye Bar has a cozy atmosphere and serves a selection of rare rye whiskeys and craft cocktails. A private rooftop lounge is also available, and provides access to an indoor/outdoor pool and panoramic views.

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“Rosewood Washington, D.C. is an exciting addition to Rosewood’s collection of properties and strengthens our presence in North America,” says Sonia Cheng, CEO of Rosewood Hotel Group. “The hotel draws on the capital’s rich culture and history to express Rosewood’s trademark philosophy of ‘A Sense of Place’ in innovative and memorable ways.”

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