Tuesday, April 19, 2016

Melrose Georgetown Hotel Celebrates 5 Years as a Reinvented Chic Retreat

The Melrose Georgetown Hotel

From our friends at the Melrose Georgetown Hotel...

Melrose Georgetown Hotel an art-deco inspired boutique hotel with contemporary convenience in the heart of the Nation’s Capital, is celebrating the fifth anniversary of its reinvention as a Georgetown hotel that defines distinct, innovative service in a stylish, chic ambiance. In the five years since its multi-million-dollar renovation, the hotel has rebounded onto the Capital’s social scene and morphed into an international hotel playing host to a myriad of dignitaries from around the globe and earning numerous accolades including a AAA 4-Star rating and TripAdvisor’s 2015 Certificate of Excellence. 

“The Melrose team couldn’t be more thrilled about the hotel’s success since the reinvention,” said Jale Hashimi, general manager of Melrose Georgetown Hotel. “The property had incredible potential and it’s great to see how the changes have resulted in a dynamic, thriving hotel. We can’t wait to see what the next five years has in store.”

Along with a revamped bold public space, sleek guest rooms and a luxury library boasting more than 1,000 classic titles, the Melrose Georgetown Hotel revealed their signature farm-to-fork restaurant, Jardenea. Offering an imaginative, current and conscientious seasonally-driven menu the restaurant has been noted by Parade Magazine as “taking the whole farm to table trend many restaurants claim to a whole new level, Jardenea highlights only ingredients found in season from the many farms that surround DC.”

Sharing a Pennsylvania address with the White House, Melrose Georgetown Hotel has become the ideal place for hosting meetings and events. Most recently, Melrose partnered with Cultural Tourism DC, an organization promoting heritage, international exchange and humanities through its celebrated events, to host the Passport DC recruitment breakfast. Showcasing Washington DC embassies and cultural organizations, Passport DC featured a wide range of performances, presentations and exhibitions giving Melrose Georgetown international exposure.

As part of a collection of luxury hotels and resorts managed by Remington Hotels, the reinvented Melrose Georgetown Hotel defines distinct, innovative service in a stylish, chic ambiance. 240 spacious rooms and suites are filled with contemporary, D.C.-inspired artwork and clean-lined furnishings in a bold palette of grey, navy and cream, creating lustrous accommodations. Signifying the hotel’s guiding principals, the Griffin emblem represents Melrose Georgetown Hotel’s prevailing, inventive and effectual experience and is woven throughout the hotel space, d├ęcor and service offerings.

For more information on Melrose Georgetown Hotel, visit www.melrosehoteldc.com or call (800) 635-7673.