The St. Regis Washington, D.c. Unveils Extensive Renovation

USA, Washington, D.C. May 01, 2024

The St. Regis Washington, D.C. is proud to reveal a new era of glamour at the capital city's best address following an extensive redesign and renovation of its guest rooms, suites and select public spaces. The hotel's renovation reflects the building's enduring legacy - it has been a staple in downtown D.C. since 1926 - while infusing a refreshed palette and luxurious finishes across seven floors of reimagined guest rooms and suites. The renovation marks a new era at the property, establishing the hotel as an icon of restored elegance, where glamour meets tradition.

"Throughout the building's storied history, The St. Regis Washington, D.C. has played host to dignitaries, royalty and refined travelers, with the unique ability of capturing the ever-changing spirit and excitement of the city," said Elias Assaly, General Manager of The St. Regis Washington, D.C. "With this comprehensive renovation, we are redefining luxury in the nation's capital introducing a contemporary design that resonates with today's modern traveler. We look forward to welcoming our guests so they may rediscover our iconic glamour at The St. Regis Washington, D.C."

Led by The St. Regis brand design team, the 182 newly renovated guestrooms and suites feature spacious layouts and modern, distinctive interiors. The design palette embraces clean cream walls and textiles curated by Kravet with a fusion of blues, soft grays and rich gold tones throughout the carpets, plush furnishings and well-appointed finishes. Each element has been meticulously curated to evoke a sense of timeless sophistication, and the rooms and suites beautifully combine classic elements with a rich and discerning ambiance that captivates guests upon entry. The bright and airy guest rooms reflective of the elegance of Middle Eastern palaces, also feature fully updated bathrooms with white & grey marbled vanities, Toto Bidet seats and Symmons gold fixtures - the ideal oasis for relaxation during one's visit to in the nation's capital.

The hotel's suites also feature separate seating areas for work or play that seamlessly integrate into the layout of the room designs. Guests in residence at The St. Regis Washington, D.C. take pleasure in the hotel's signature St. Regis Butler Service across all suite categories. For over one hundred years St. Regis Butler Service has delivered exceptional personalized service, ensuring custom preferences are known and expertly executed at St. Regis hotels throughout the world. The crowning jewel of the hotel is the 2,510 square foot Presidential Suite, the hotel's largest and most lavishly appointed suite offering.

The hotel is also proud to debut the restoration of the iconic 2,508 square-foot Astor Ballroom and the 2,500 adjacent Astor Terrace, one of Washington, D.C.'s most sought-after wedding and event venues. Dramatic floor-to-ceiling arched windows and crystal chandeliers adorn this sought-after venue with its original hardwood floors and historic ceilings.

Mr. Tarek M. El Sayed, Managing Director and CEO of Al Rayyan Tourism Investment Company "ARTIC" the proprietor of The St. Regis Washington, D.C. commented: "ARTIC is committed to maintaining the quality of its properties through its ongoing investment in renovation work and enhancements. We are very proud of this property which has undergone renovations to preserve its status as one of Washington, D.C.'s most distinctive and iconic hotels. The hotel's refurbishment not only enhances its existing features, but also adds significant value to its existing attributes of central location and exquisite architecture."

As a part of the hotel's larger renovation plan, the next phase of construction will see a new outdoor terrace at Alhambra, the hotel's on-site modern Mediterranean restaurant, this spring as well as updates to the famed, lobby-level St. Regis Bar, with plans to revive these beloved D.C. food & beverage venues starting in 2025.

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