DECADE DO-OVER

THE PAR YATT HO­TEL DOES SPRING ITS OWN WAY WITH A REDESIGN THAT FEELS FRESH AND NEW.

Capitol File - - THE SOURCE: SPACE -

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.

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