Washington, D.C.’s The Ritz-Carlton Suite inspired by capital city’s residences

The suite has a master bedroom, living room with a fireplace, formal dining room with adjacent pantry, and an outdoor terrace.

The Ritz-Carlton, Washington D.C. has unveiled its renovated guestrooms and suites as part of a full-property renewal, including the 300 guestrooms and suites, meeting spaces, Club Lounge, lobby and public spaces.

Its top accommodation, The Ritz-Carlton Suite, was designed by New York City-based design firm Meyer Davis. Inspired by the residences of Washington, D.C., The Ritz-Carlton Suite has a “home away from home” ambiance, with a master bedroom, living room with a fireplace, formal dining room with adjacent pantry, and an outdoor terrace with panoramic city views of downtown Washington, D.C.

The 2,250-square-foot suite has one-and-a-half marble bathrooms, which include a rain forest shower, oversized Jacuzzi bathtub, and terry robes and slippers. 

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For entertaining, the living room has a fireplace and LCD flat-screen HD TV with Bose sound system, while the formal dining room seats up to 10 guests. The Ritz-Carlton Suite also has charging stations and tech gadgets.

The new design embraces the history of the Nation’s Capital, even as it also introduces modern amenities. Key elements include bold accent fabrics, graphic floorcoverings and brass details. There are also dark trims, light wall coverings, eclectic furniture vignettes, crafted lighting and contemporary artwork.

 

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