Announcing Melrose Georgetown Hotel's Mistletoe Package

USA, Washington, D.C. October 29, 2018

Melrose Georgetown Hotel, the notable Georgetown hotel located on Pennsylvania Avenue that defines district service, creative culinary in a sleek ambiance, proudly announces a deluxe holiday package.

Melrose Georgetown invited guests to warm up to this holiday season in its chic lobby outfitted with an inviting fireplace and a build-your-own hot chocolate bar featuring gourmet Taza hot chocolate. With white winters and proximity to countless national landmarks and renowned shopping, Melrose Georgetown Hotel's "Melrose Mistletoe" package represents the ideal holiday escape for visitors looking to explore out nation's capital.

  • Deluxe Accommodations
  • $50 credit at the hotel's farm-to-fork Jardenea restaurant
  • Signature Chocolate souffle dessert
  • Bottle of champagne
  • Access to complimentary build-your-own gourmet hot chocolate bar
  • Rates start at $159 for stay Dec. 20 - Jan. 7
  • Upgrade to an executive suite for an additional $30

The 240 spacious guest rooms showcase a soothing palette of grey, navy, and cream accented with green. Featuring an upscale, contemporary design, the hotel provides comfortable robes, luxurious Molton & Brown toiletries, and a collection of body and hair care products from London. Melrose Georgetown hotel also boasts a museum-worthy art collection that couple classic photographs with stylized prints, chromatic artwork, and pieces from local artists.

Located in the West End of the business district, the hotel is an art deco inspired Washington, D.C. boutique hotel. Presenting a bold public space, the spacious guest rooms of Melrose Georgetown Hotel are filled with contemporary acrylic artwork displays, clean-lined furnishing, and large windows overlooking the historic town.


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