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Hilton Garden Inn Washington D.C. Downtown guest rooms get inspired new look

Collage of photos of Hilton Garden Inn Washington D.C. Downtown. Up (left to right): King guest room bed, king guest room sitting area, king guest room bathroom. Down (left to right): Guest room entertainment unit and seating area, guest room bathroom view of sink, queen room with two beds full view.

Sleek style pays homage to rich history and architecture of U.S. capital city.

WASHINGTON, D.C. – Hilton Garden Inn Washington D.C. Downtown has unveiled the results of a $7.5-million project encompassing the top-to-bottom renovation of all 300 guest rooms and suites, bathroom upgrades that include the conversion of tubs to showers in all king rooms, as well as a refresh of guest room corridors. The work of Atlanta-based designONE studio, the redesign brings elements from the surrounding city inside, creating an original aesthetic not found in other hotels in the capital.

“Our hotel has always been a leader within the city and the Hilton Garden Inn brand. The location in the center of our nation’s capital is ideal for both business and leisure travelers, and our amenities cannot be matched,” said General Manager Brian Reymann. “We are committed to achieving new levels of service so we continue to be the first choice for travelers to Washington D.C. This renovation is a clear demonstration of that commitment, and will continue to set us apart from other hotels in the market.”

Whether guests are visiting for business or to enjoy the historic attractions, the Hilton Garden Inn Washington D.C. Downtown provides everything needed for a comfortable and unforgettable stay. Each spacious guest room is equipped with Serta Perfect Sleeper mattresses, an HDTV, complimentary WiFi, and an in-room "hospitality center" with a mini fridge, microwave oven and Keurig single cup brewing system. The award-winning property is known for its central location in the capital, within walking distance of the White House, the U.S. Capitol Building and the Smithsonian.

For project designers Stephanie Head and Jessica Casiano of designONE Studio, Washington D.C.’s storied history and iconic architecture acted as strong sources of inspiration. The nearby Lincoln Memorial, for example, guided their choice of color palette, which includes copper tones and muted greens. Further inspiration came from the city’s gridline structure and alphabet-ordered street plan, seen clearly in the strong, clean lines throughout the design. Textiles and finishes that include faux leather, dark woods and tailored textures conjure the image of the “urban traveler” on the go in the hustle and bustle of the city.

“Our guest room transformation has exceeded expectations, and we feel the results surpass that of our competitors in the city’s fast-growing hotel market,” said Linda Chandler, director of sales and marketing. "The transformation honors the hotel’s historical surroundings, capturing the energy and evolution of our downtown neighborhood, and incorporating all the comforts of home.”

To celebrate the renovation, Hilton Honors members will receive an additional 1,000 Honors points per night for reservations between May 25 and August 31, 2018 using the Rate Code PGMP1. The redesign of the hotel will continue with the expansion of its fitness center, debuting later in 2018.

Hilton Garden Inn Washington D.C. Downtown is managed by Urgo Hotels & Resorts and owned by Xenia Hotels & Resorts, Inc.

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