THE PAR YATT HOTEL DOES SPRING ITS OWN WAY WITH A REDESIGN THAT FEELS FRESH AND NEW.
It’s been just over 10 years since acclaimed designer Tony Chi renovated the renowned Park Hyatt hotel, and he’s returned to refresh the lobby—and 216 guest rooms—with a cheerful spring palette. Gold accents, natural materials (including vegetable-fiber wall coverings and walnut floors), and custom glasswork by artist Amanda Weil complete the clean, modern look.
Beyond the updated aesthetics, the recently unveiled renovation includes spa-inspired basalt bathrooms in the rooms, a communal chef’s table in the Michelinstarred restaurant Blue Duck Tavern, a rooftop garden, and an exclusive collection of locally inspired art from The Phillips Collection on the hotel’s mezzanine level. 1201 24th St. NW, 202-789-1234; washingtondc.park.hyatt.com
Clean lines, vegetable-fiber wall coverings, and a palette of powder blues and neutrals invite guests into the Park Hyatt’s modern yet welcoming spaces. ƛƞƥƨư: Basalt rock adds a handsome touch to the bathrooms.