//3877 renovates interiors of Phoenix Park Hotel

The property on Capitol Hill completes its $8M renovation of the public space and guest accommodations.

The Phoenix Park Hotel on Capitol Hill in Washington, D.C., completed an $8-million renovation. All of the hotel’s public space and guest accommodations were transformed, including the lobby, front desk, business center, conference space, guestrooms and suites.

The hotel partnered with local architecture and interior design firm //3877 to create a modern concept that was influenced by old world ambience and charm. Guestrooms, styled in an au courant design, have king and queen platform beds with Simmons Beautyrest pillowtop bedding and marble bathrooms. Traditional oil paintings alongside contemporary photography adorn the walls. Amenities include 43-inch HDTV, in-room safe, mini-fridge, a movable work table and a lounge chair.

The hotel has three penthouse suites and bilevel suites with custom made furnishings and deluxe bathrooms. Each suite has a unique design with a variety of additional amenities such as a separate dining room, study, gas fireplace and/or terrace. Many offer view of Union Station and the Capitol Building.

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The Phoenix Park Hotel, a member of the Historic Hotels of America, is located on North Capitol Street NW in Washington D.C.







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