The Rosewood Washington, D.C. will close for expansion and renovations
on Oct. 17. The hotel in D.C.'s Georgetown neighborhood is slated to reopen
As part of the project, the Rosewood will add six
neighboring townhouses to its accommodations, growing its inventory to a total
of 55 guest rooms and suites. Intended to offer guests an "exclusive
residential experience," each townhouse suite will offer around 1,000 square
feet of living space and feature interiors designed by Washington-based
designer Thomas Pheasant.
The property will also add a new restaurant -- Cut by
Wolfgang Puck. Cut's D.C. outpost will be helmed by executive chef Andrew Skala
and be open for breakfast, lunch and dinner.
Other updates include new bar and lounge venues at the lobby
level and atop the hotel on a rooftop deck. A new 14-seat private dining and
meeting space will be available for special events and parties.
The Rosewood's public areas will also receive a refresh.