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Eclectic art hotel in downtown DC
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– Jennifer Johanson, President and CEO of EDG Design
Hotel Highlights: Set in the Logan Circle neighborhood of downtown DC, Viceroy Washington DC is a modern, eclectic hotel whose design ethos pays homage to DC’s jazz heritage and local art scene with a gallery and salon showcasing the work of local artists. The property’s façade features a bright mural of blues and yellows, painted by Brandon Hill of No Kings Collective, and throughout the hotel, bold pops of color blend seamlessly with a soothing neutral, earthy palette. The spacious rooms feature an oversized desk for those in town to work and when it comes to relaxing there’s a luxe marble bathroom kitted out with ROIL products, and an expansive outdoor patio for a post-work or sightseeing cocktail. There’s certainly plenty of famed sights worth seeing in the Capitol. @viceroydc
Eat + Drink: Start your morning with a cup of artisanal coffee or tea and fresh-made in-house pastry at BPM Coffee & Wine, the hotel’s vibrant retro-style café. Come the weekend, BPM transforms into a lovely wine bar. The hotel is also set to unveil Dovetail, a contemporary bar and restaurant serving American-style small plates, and Hush Rooftop Bar where you can also enjoy shared plates, drinks, and cocktails overlooking the iconic city.
Beauty + Wellness: Wellness at the Viceroy means hitting the Peloton bike and working out in the 24-hour private gym. If that sounds too much on vacation, ask the concierge about the best local walks and running spots around DC, so you can get your exercise in while taking in the city’s famed landmarks, say like a certain house.
Curated Experience: Easy walking distance from the hotel’s prime location on bustling 14th is DC’s bustling restaurant, bar, and art scene with plenty of museums, galleries, and architecture to explore. Or book a customizable private tour of the city with hotel pickup via Get Your Guide to check all of the capitol’s must-see destinations and monuments off your bucket list, like yep, The White House, National Air, and Space Museum, National Gallery of Art, Botanical Garden, Washing Monument, Jefferson and Lincoln Memorials, US Capitol Building and The Supreme Court.