Rosewood Washington, D.C. closes for renovations

Rosewood Washington, D.C. closes for renovations by Thomas Pheasant.
When the property reopens in 2019, it will add six neighboring townhouses, a new restaurant (CUT by Wolfgang Puck), and refresh its public areas. Photo credit: Rosewood Washington, D.C.

The Rosewood Washington, D.C., a hotel in Georgetown, is undergoing renovations to add six neighboring townhouses that will offer a residential experience, as well as a new Cut by Wolfgang Puck restaurant and updated public areas. The renovated property will reopen in Spring 2019.

Rosewood Washington, D.C.’s six new townhouses will be located near restaurants and shopping venues, and one block from the parks along the Potomac River. With interiors designed by D.C.-based designer Thomas Pheasant, the townhouses will be furnished with curated works of art from local artists and photographers. Each townhouse will offer approximately 1,000 square feet of living space, including luxurious bathrooms and kitchens.

The hotel will also debut a new Cut by Wolfgang Puck restaurant. The Cut concept was first launched in 2006 in Beverly Hills before expanding to Las Vegas, New York, London, Singapore, Bahrain and Doha. When it opens, Cut at Rosewood Washington, D.C., helmed by executive chef Andrew Skala, will have a menu and design inspired by the surrounding Georgetown neighborhood.

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A new bar and lounge will also be opened at the hotel lobby as well as atop the hotel on a deck overlooking Georgetown and Washington, D.C. An intimate 14-seat private dining and meeting room will similarly be available for special events and celebrations.

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