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The cool beige and cream color scheme of the guest rooms provide the backdrop for custom designed furnishings, lending a residential feel to the interior. Beds are complete with a cashmere throw. Most of the spacious marble bathrooms come with a separate tub and shower. Amenities include high speed internet access, WIFI, luxurious animal print robes, bath products and in room coffee maker on request. Located adjacent to the hotel is the bistro serving classic French bistro fare. The Modern decor was designed by the renowned architectural firm Adam stein Demetriou. The bistro provides all in room dining and catering for private events at the hotel. The property is an 8 story building structure constructed in 1928. The hotel re-opened in 1998 after a complete renovation. The facade was completely refashioned with the two story windows that are surrounded by neutral-toned limestone and augmented by a stainless steel canopy reminiscent of a theater marquee. Guest entering the hotel lobby encounter a two story interior space consisting of white coral walls and a patterned floor of ceramic tile with black granite inlays. Above a custom-designed chrome and glass topped table hangs a chandelier, a companion to the original that is part of the permanent collection at museum of Modern Art. The sofas and chairs are part of the permanent collection were designed by Dutch architect Gerrit Rietveld in 1935. The front desk topped with black granite contrast an upholstered wall of red leather. The hotel pioneered the modern hotel experience in Washington, and it remains the standard on excellence for contemporary design and attentive services. Equally advantages is the hotel's strategic location on Capitol Hill Breakfast is applicable ONLY for a maximum of 2 guests and if bookings are confirmed on B&B basis.
Useful information:Other names for Hotel The George, a Kimpton:
George A Kimpton Property
The George Hotel Washington