Rosewood Washington DC
Washington DC, DC and The South, United States of America
At a Glance
The perfect location for a stay in the city, the Rosewood is nestled in the heart of historic Georgetown yet a short taxi ride away from the sights and sounds of DC.
Wolfgang Puck’s CUT restaurant is an intimate and relaxed experience; nestle into one of the cosy leather booths and enjoy a plethora of steak choices.
Head up to the rooftop terrace with it’s indoor/outdoor plunge pool and views across the Georgetown rooftops. The ideal spot for a relaxing sundowner or serenity away from the city.
Stay in one of the newly introduced historic town houses adjacent to the hotel for a little more space and that residential feel.
Guest rooms ooze with elegance and calm tones; we recommend one of the rooms overlooking the famous C&O canal, adjacent to the hotel.
Best time to Visit
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The city's peak seasons generally coincide with two activities: the sessions of Congress and springtime- starting with the appearance of the cherry blossoms along the Potomac.
Specifically, from about the second week in September until Thanksgiving, and again from about mid-January to June (when Congress is "in"), hotels are full with guests whose business takes them to Capitol Hill or to conferences. And mid-March through June traditionally is the most frenzied season, when families and school groups descend upon the city to see the cherry blossoms and enjoy Washington's sensational spring. Hotel rooms are at a premium and airfares tend to be higher. This is also a popular season for protest marches.
If crowds are a turn off, consider visiting Washington at the end of August/early September, when Congress is still "out" and families return home to get their children back to school, or between Thanksgiving and mid-January, when Congress leaves again and many people are ensconced in their own holiday-at-home celebrations. Hotel rates are cheapest at this time, too, and many hotels offer attractive packages.
If you're thinking of visiting in July and August, be forewarned: The weather is very hot and humid. Despite the heat, Independence Day (July 4th) in the capital is a spectacular celebration. Summer is also the season for outdoor concerts, festivals, parades, and other events.
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In the heart of exclusive Georgetown, the Rosewood Washington DC sits among historic homes in a neighbourhood rich with museums, galleries and shops. Stay for over-sized guest rooms and a guest-only rooftop cocktail bar and infinity pool.
The Rosewood Washington DC has fast become a talking point for those who enjoy fabulous service and luxury accommodation yet in a low key and discreet setting.
Located just a few seconds walk from Georgetown's main shopping and restaurant street and right next to the canal that flows through this historic part of the capital city, the Rosewood can also be envied for its location. Sit with a morning coffee curled up on one of the comfy sofas on the private roof terrace looking toward the Potomac River and you could forget you were in the city at all, yet within 30-minutes stroll of the hotel is the White House, National Monuments and Mall.
With only 49 luxurious guest rooms and suites, The Rosewood is a true home from home boutique hotel. Only guests are allowed beyond the main lobby, restaurant and bar (perfect for pre dinner cocktails) and will enjoy the exclusive roof top terrace with infinity edge plunge pool as well as the rooftop open air lounge, perfect for relaxing with a paper, playing board games with the family or simply taking some peaceful time to relax after a busy day.
Head to the CUT bar for a traditionally prepared drink expertly designed by your bartender. Enjoy the raw bar with seafood specialities for lunch and dinner. Next door, Wolfgang Puck's "Cut" steak restaurant offers a sublime menu or mostly meat inspired dishes. Sitting right on the C&O Canal you can dine al fresco in the balmy months or within a welcome glow of the interior when it's cooler.
A stay at The Rosewood is a wonderful fusion of old school service and contemporary surroundings, a home from home and a luxury delight yet steps from the heart of this exciting Capital City.
The Rosewood offers just 37 beautiful guest rooms and 12 gorgeous suites ensuring a small exclusive boutique hotel feel.
All guest rooms aspire to a contemporary feel with touch panel screens to provide the perfect ambience and climate for your stay. Superior rooms are light and airy with plush King or two Queen beds, seating area and desk as well as spacious en-suite with glass enclosed rainfall shower and views out to the C&O Canal or Georgetown. Deluxe rooms are even more spacious with King bed only and the added extra of a stunning white limestone bathtub. Georgetown Rooms are on the corner with abundant light and even more space including a separate living area and King bed.
The suites are the most spacious of the accommodations with separate living rooms, residential style decor, plenty of light and canal or courtyard views. The Executive Suites have an additional guest bathroom and an option for an additional connecting room making them ideal for families. The two Presidential Suites offer the ultimate in space and refinement with a separate lounge and office, grand entrance, dining room, stocked pantry, walk in closets and the wildly indulgent 6 foot round marble bathtub.
All rooms and suites offer designer beds with Pratesi linens, high definition stereo LCD TVs in the bed and living room(s) with HSIA, and complimentary refreshment centre as well as an Illy espresso machine, water kettle and selection of teas.
The Rosewood welcomes families, however, does not offer connecting room options except for suites with an optional interconnecting room. Babysitting is also available locally.
Guests have use of the hotel's roof top terrace and CUT Above lounge bar as well as the infinity edge relaxation pool and fitness room. Although there is not a spa, in room spa services can certainly be arranged.
Culinary offerings are available 24-hours a day and the hotel's Cut Restaurant is the perfect spot for breakfast, lunch or dinner. The Cut Bar is ideal for a pre dinner cocktail or whiskey nightcap.
Anna Northeast (Staff)
I stayed at the Capella in September 2014 as part of my very first visit to Washington DC. I'd been in the centre of the city within a stone's throw of the White House for the first couple of days and wondered how I would find being a little further out. I shouldn't have worried, by heading to Georgetown I was heading to the very centre of Washington buzz and life, not to mention the shopping! The Capella is in one of the best spots, right next to the canal and around the corner from the shopping and restaurant life. The welcome I got was warm and friendly, there's no front desk here, more of a living room that you relax into very quickly before minimal paperwork is completed and you are whisked to your room. The Personal Assistant information is discreet, no actual person to overwhelm, merely a number that you are encouraged to call any time for anything you need. My room was just fabulous, views out to the canal and a bathtub that looked just too beautiful to use! I wasted no time in tasting the delicate macaroons that had been placed in the room for my arrival, a nice touch and totally delicious, before taking the lift up to the roof top to see what else I could find. There was nobody else up there, this was an autumn day so I assumed everyone was out and about so I made the most of choosing the best spot to sit and enjoy my macaroons and a guide book to the area. The infinity pool looked inviting although I didn't jump in. It's small but I would imagine just perfect for hot summer days when you want to cool off. I would return to the roof top again and again during my short stay, it was my favourite place to be in after a day running around in the city. Peaceful, relaxed and with enough glimpses of the city to always remind me of where I was. I enjoyed a spot of lunch at The Grill. Travelling alone you often feel awkward dining alone but the welcome here was warm and genuine, friendly but not overly so that I felt like I stuck out on my own. The menu was great too, enough choice to get the taste buds tantalised and plenty of local flavours and vegetables. The complimentary bread was oh so lovely, I had to stop myself eating the lot before my salad arrived, which it did, nice and promptly and beautifully presented. It tasted as good as it looked and was promptly devoured before I turned my attention to gazing out at the canal in the mild autumn air. I liked this place, I really did. It's like they listened and learned and put everything in place, what service is. It's just right, always there but not in your face, warm and friendly, not stark like some 5 star hotels. This is a wonderful DC hotel and I wouldn't hesitate in staying here again and encouraging all my guests to do the same.
Location & directions
Washington DC, DC and The South, United States of America
Located in Washington DC's trendy Georgetown district right on the canal and just a few steps from shops and restaurants. The Mall and White House are within a 30-minute walk.
How to get there
8-hour flight from London to Washington DC followed by a 30-minute transfer by road into Georgetown Washington.
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