Viceroy Washington DC is the latest property from Viceroy Hotels & Resorts. The hotel is the brand’s second in the metropolitan D.C. area. It will feature 178 rooms when it opens later this year.
Viceroy acquired the property in 2018 as Mason & Rook Hotel and underwent a substantial renovation. The hotel sits in the midst of Logan Circle, making it the perfect base of operations for a walkable visit to the city.
The hotel has a glass-enclosed patio so guests can enjoy outdoor dining all-year, and a rooftop bar and pool offer great views of the city. The property has more than 5,000 square feet of event space, including a 1,695-square-foot ballroom.
Viceroy Washington DC joins Hotel Zena as the brand’s second hotel in Logan Circle.
If fabulous food and beverages are a must-have for any weekend getaway, then look no further than the City of Brotherly Love. Whether your palate has a penchant for vibrant Latin American fare or cozy French cuisine, whether you're an oenophile looking to swirl, sniff and sip your way around the globe or you’d rather sample farm-to-glass cocktails, Philly’s got it all this fall. (With the exception of Bolo, which is a short taxi or Uber ride away and definitely worth the trip, the rest of these spots are all within walking distance of each other.)
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