No need to break into – Legendary Watergate hotel reopens after nine-year closing
Every guest is welcome, no need to break into – After nine years of closing, the legendary Watergate Hotel in Wahsington D.C. has been reopened after undergoing an extensive $125 million renovation.
Euro Capital Properties invested in the inconic hotel on the banks of the Potomac River to create a luxurious urban resort. World-renowned designer Ron Arad and Italian designer Moroso has been asked to complement the avant-garde architecture with bold curves and mid-century modern design while restoring some of hotel’s original structures such as the staircase and indoor pool.
The hotel consists of 336 stylish guestrooms designed for comfort and sophistication, half of which include lavish balconies. Six exquisite Diplomat Suites, 24 premier suites and two stately Presidential Suites offer the highest standard of luxury accommodations.