Washington, D.C.

Hotel Expansions in D.C.

Washington, D.C.’s hotel boom continues, as the nation’s capital attracts nearly 18 million visitors each year. With over 5,000 hotel rooms under construction, new developments keep springing up. By year’s end the city will add 14 new properties to the DC skyline accounting for an additional 2,200 rooms. This one-of-a-kind vibrant destination boasts some of the most acclaimed hotels and venues in the U.S. and the following properties will open just in time for the Inauguration.

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  • The Kimpton Glover Park offering 153 rooms is a boutique hotel in Georgetown with close proximity to the best of what downtown DC has to offer, yet a quiet location in a walkable, residential zone just beyond the city hubbub. The calm and inviting quarters of Kimpton Glover Park Hotel prove the perfect retreat space in which to get down to business.
  • The 336-room Watergate Hotel with 27,000 square feet of meeting space, opens this month after a four-year, $250 million renovation. With a “wink and a nod” to its storied past, the newly renovated landmark property points to the future through its sleekly designed modern interiors.  Become a part of history with just one night at the Watergate Hotel.
  • On the luxury front, the 370-room Conrad Washington, D.C. (a part of Hilton’s luxury hotel brand) has inked a deal to anchor to CityCenterDC, a 10-acre mixed-use development in downtown, which includes 300,000 square feet of retail space, restaurants and entertainment venues.
  • The 263-room Trump International with 38,000 square feet of meeting space, is scheduled to open in September. Known as the most sought-after hotel redevelopment opportunity in the country, Washington D.C.’s iconic Old Post Office on Pennsylvania Avenue is undergoing a $200 million dollar face lift to be part of the luxurious Trump Hotel Collection. When completed, the property will challenge all of the finest hotels in the world with its grandeur, ambience and mere size.

The new and redeveloped properties offer multiple price points in various neighborhoods to meet the diverse business needs in the city. For a city that’s enjoyed year-over-year growth in tourism, the meetings and events audience alone represent 945,927 hotel room nights tied to conventions and trade shows hosted by the Walter E. Washington Convention Center.

Be one of the first groups to experience the luxury of the nation’s freshest hotel properties with the help of the AlliedPRA Washington, D.C. team.

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