Rosewood Washington DC was ranked #20 for best hotels in the world
Washington, D.C., October 6, 2020 – WINSTANLEY ARCHITECTS & PLANNERS is pleased to announce that Rosewood Washington DC was ranked #20 for best hotels in the world and #2 in Washington DC by Condé Nast Traveler.
When Rosewood opened right on Georgetown’s C&O Canal in 2013, it quickly became one of the hottest places to stay in the city. The tony space offers a truly intimate feel—there are just forty-nine rooms and suites and six townhouses—that will make you feel as though you are staying at the well-appointed home of a friend. You are greeted by a personal assistant in the wood- and marble-clad lobby before being escorted to a spacious, elegant room. Each have hints of Art Deco influence, and lots of luxurious little touches: complimentary non-alcoholic beverages in the minibar, freshly cut flowers, and Acqua di Parma toiletries waiting for you beside a dramatic marble bathtub.
Condé Nast Traveler is a luxury and lifestyle travel magazine published by Condé Nast. The magazine has won 25 National Magazine Awards. The magazine is published 8 times a year, featuring current trends in hospitality and travel.
WINSTANLEY ARCHITECTS & PLANNERS was also selected to work with Jacques Garcia to renovate the public spaces, introducing Wolfgang Puck’s CUT DC at the street level. The new 120 – seat restaurant features an open kitchen, a wine storage wall showcasing 3,500 bottles, a central bar, a 14 – seat private dining room & outdoor seating. 2,500 SF are dedicated to the kitchen and food/beverage storage areas. All new kitchen and bar equipment was installed meeting Energy Star, Green & Energy efficiencies.
About Winstanley Architects & Planners
Winstanley Architects & Planners is an award-winning architectural and planning design studio specializing in projects of distinction from a design, cultural, environmental and political perspective. With design workshops in Washington DC and Miami, the firm is renowned for its ability to seamlessly integrate planning, architecture and interior design in projects across the academic, civic, commercial, hospitality, mixed-use, renovation/historic preservation, and residential sectors in North America and the Caribbean. Focused on design-driven solutions to clients’ business goals, Winstanley designers think creatively and conceptually, blending complex technical elements to achieve realistic building systems and details that are buildable and long lasting.