The Embassy Row Hotel Blooms Into the Spring Season With New Offers

Cherry Blossoms, D.c. Exploration and Furry Companions Bring Spring Cheer at Dupont Circle Boutique Hotel

USA, Washington, D.C. March 06, 2018

As the weather warms and winter comes to a close, The Embassy Row Hotel, A Destination Hotel is pleased to welcome the spring season with a variety of new offers encouraging guests to make the most of their visit to Washington D.C. Whether guests wish to visit the iconic National Cherry Blossom Festival and take advantage of Japanese-inspired programming from the hotel, explore America's capitol city and area attractions with an extended stay, join in on interactive events with a series of rotating specialists or pamper their pups with a pet-friendly package, The Embassy Row Hotel serves as the perfect home base to enjoy spring in D.C.
 
Packages
 
National Cherry Blossom Festival Package
Washington D.C. bursts into a stunning sea of pink each spring with the blooming of the iconic cherry blossoms. Guests who want to experience Washington D.C. in all its floral glory can book this package and save during the city's most popular festival. The Embassy Row Hotel's exclusive package includes two nights' accommodations in a boutique guestroom, two SmartTrip Cards with one-day Metrorail Passes to get guests to and from the festival, a taste of Japanese culture with two exclusive, limited-edition beers made from Cherry Blossoms and complimentary hotel amenities including 10% off all food and drinks, among other perks and access. The package is available from March 20-May 31. Prices start at $200 per night.
 
Stay 4, Get the 5th Night Free
The Embassy Row Hotel's convenient location in close proximity to the National Mall, free Smithsonian museums, the White House and other local attractions makes it an ideal landing spot to explore the nation's capital. For an extended stay, guests who book four nights at the hotel will get their fifth night complimentary in addition to 45% off valet parking (valued at $45 per night) and 45% off of the daily amenity fee (valued at $19.95 per day). Whether looking for a cultural immersion, a taste of the city's culinary hot spots or simply some leisurely outdoor exploration while basking in the warmth and cherry blossoms of the spring season, the hotel's Stay 4, Get the 5th Night Free Offer provides an extended stay to fit it all in. The package is available year-round. Rates start at $165 per night.
 
Pet-Friendly Package
Guests are encouraged to bring their four-legged friends on their next trip to Washington D.C. and take advantage of The Embassy Row Hotel's Pet-Friendly Package. The offer includes overnight accommodations along with premium puppy perks including a complimentary BarkBox (monthly dog gift box service including two toys, two treats and one chew), a local artisan crafted “Borrow a Bed” for puppy naps, a collapsible keepsake bowl and a $10 donation to the Lost Dog & Cat Rescue Foundation, along with unlimited belly rubs and ear scratches to keep those tails wagging for the whole trip.
 
Spring Events
 
GAYmers DC - March 4, 6
Gamers are invited to test their skills during this bi-weekly affair where the hotel's front lobby and Station Kitchen & Cocktails restaurant becomes a gamer's paradise complete with interactive video games, board games and more. Games are complimentary, but donations are accepted. Bi-weekly beginning Sunday, March 4 and Tuesday, March 6 at 11:00 pm
 
Support a Causes - March 7-9, March 14
2018 is the year of the woman and in celebration of Women's History Month and International Women's Day, The Embassy Row Hotel will be hosting three major Support-a-Cause events. On Wednesday, March 7 from 5:30-6:30 pm, the hotel will partner with the National Organization of Women, DC Chapter (DC Now) and Dykebar Takeover to raise money for Casa Ruby, an LGBT non-profit. On International Women's Day, Thursday, March 8 from 5-7 pm, DC Now and the Women's March Organization will raise money for the Women's March on Washington with guest speakers including Mayor Muriel Bowser, Councilmember Anita Bonds and several female delegates. On Friday, March 9 from 4-7 pm, the host organization will be the Women's Thrive Alliance. In addition, there will also be a pet-friendly Support a Cause on March 14 with proceeds going towards the Humane Rescue Alliance. Admission is complimentary for guests.
 
Game & Trivia Night with the D.C. Matchmaker - March 15
Spice up an average Thursday night with the squad in tow. The D.C. Matchmaker Michelle Jacoby returns to The Embassy Row from 7-9:30 pm to host a game and trivia night alongside delicious cocktails and bites. Must be 21+ to join. Admission is complimentary for guests.
 
LGBT Women's Happy Hour - March 16, April 20, May 18
The Embassy Row Hotel flies the LGBTQIA flag in solidarity with the LGBT community during this monthly happy hour from 5-11 pm. Admission is complimentary for guests.
 
Ladies America DC Happy Hour - March 20, April 17, May 15
Women empowerment is not only a worldly hot topic, but an important cause to the hotel. The Embassy Row Hotel will host a monthly large-scale happy hour event from 5-9 pm for Ladies America DC with all female associates encouraged to join for networking opportunities. Admission is complimentary.
 
Yappy Hour - April 7
In support of the hotel's Pet-Friendly package and Year of the Dog initiatives for the Chinese New Year, The Embassy Row Hotel invites guests and locals to bring their beloved furry friends for a Yappy Hour on the Station Kitchen & Cocktails Patio from 12-2 pm with a portion of the proceeds benefitting the Humane Rescue Alliance. Admission is complimentary.
 
Cherry Blossom Sip and Stroke - April 8
Guests and locals can test their painting skills and take home a memento of Washington D.C.'s iconic Cherry Blossom season with a Cherry Blossom Sip and Paint Class with Jill Perla in the Garage Room. The class is from 1-3 pm and prices start at $50 including wine, painting supplies and bites.
 
The Embassy Row Hotel's rates this March begin at $160/night. For more information, please visit www.destinationhotels.com/embassy-row-hotel or call (202) 265-1600.
 
About The Embassy Row Hotel, A Destination Hotel

Surrounded by embassies and charming row homes in the historic neighborhood of Dupont Circle, The Embassy Row Hotel is Washington, D.C.'s only lifestyle hotel. Providing guests with the opportunity to immerse themselves in the diverse culture and bustling, trend-setting scene of the nation's capital, The Embassy Row Hotel concluded a multi-phase, $15 million renovation in March 2015, debuting 231 deluxe guestrooms with design nods to the neighborhood, over 8,000+ sq. ft. of new meeting and event space, and a lifestyle-driven lobby experience anchored by new restaurant, Station Kitchen & Cocktails. Reinforcing the urban resort concept, the hotel also features The Rooftop, a seasonal bar complex boasting one of the city's only heated swimming pools with sweeping views of D.C. and Virginia. For more information on The Embassy Row Hotel, visit www.embassyrowhotel.com. Follow us on Twitter: @EmbassyRowHotel. Like us on Facebook: EmbassyRowHotel. 
 
About Destination Hotels

Destination Hotels (Destination) is a collection of luxury and upscale independent hotels, resorts and residences across the United States and Caribbean. Offering authentically-immersed and enriching experiences, each property is individual at heart, yet connected by a commitment to drawing upon the best of each location. Highly distinct, the Destination experience is always memorable and matchless; guests will feel the locale in a genuine way through each property and during the engaging moments cultivated both in and outside of them. Continuously growing with more than 40 properties, the award-winning portfolio features 19 renowned golf courses, 18 indigenous spas, and 112 exceptional bars and restaurants. Destination Hotels are true to our place; diverse by design. For more information, visit www.destinationhotels.com. Follow us on Twitter: @Destination. Like us on Facebook: DestinationHotels.
 

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