REVIEW: Fairmont Washington DC
Here is the video review of my staycation at the Fairmont Washington.
Washington, DC – Fairmont Washington, DC is in the process of a $27 million renovation of their 415 room luxury hotel, encompassing all guestrooms including the exclusive Fairmont Gold Floor, lounge, and the conversion of the executive forum amphitheater into a 2,900 square foot junior ballroom.
Designers Pierre Josselin and Ayten Nuhoglu of New York-based Wimberly Interiors are utilizing modern furnishings mixed with classical detail pieces. The king rooms offer a relaxing chaise and a round table that doubles as a dining spot or a flexible working space. A custom designed lounge chair offers further style and comfort.
Accent art walls convey contemporary takes on the DC map including adjacent Georgetown. Carpets and fabrics have a modern twist on classical patterns and use a contemporary palette. A built-in luggage bench, tea station and 49-inch television gives each room a cozy, residential feel with optimal media viewing. The marble bathrooms feature large walk-in showers and expansive vanities.
Their restaurant Juniper lead by Executive Chef Mariah Tysz supports locally harvested ingredients, from nearby farms and fisheries. It is a wonderful sustainable menu that is fresh and seasonable. Juniper is host to rooftop honeybees. Their menus incorporate honey, bee pollen, and honey comb into their innovative dishes, including the famous Honey Wheat Bread and BeeTini.
Fairmont Washington DC is located at 2401 M Street, NW, Fairmont Washington, D.C. For more information and reservations, please click HERE.