Pendry Washington, D.C. – The Wharf recently opened, marking the seventh Pendry Hotels & Resorts location in the United States and the first in the capital. With 131 guestrooms, three bar and restaurant concepts, Spa Pendry, a curated art collection and indoor and outdoor event space, Pendry Washington, D.C. – The Wharf aims to please all travelers.
“Washington DC is an important, culturally rich city that we have admired and frequented for years,” said Michael Fuerstman, co-founder, Pendry Hotels & Resorts. “We are honored to contribute to the city’s cultural fabric with bold architecture and design, exciting new culinary and entertainment offerings, and our style of luxury hospitality in an incredible waterfront setting.”
Moonraker boasts a Japanese-inspired menu and Potomac waterfront views, while Flora Flora favors the flavors of Latin America in breakfast, lunch and dinner. Rounding out the offerings, Bar Pendry invites guests to try the masterfully perfected cocktail.
“For many years we have looked for the ideal location to place our flag in our nation’s capital,” said Alan J. Fuerstman, founder, chairman and CEO, Montage International. “The Wharf is one of the most vibrant and innovative mixed-used developments in the country, and we look forward to welcoming our global guests and the local community to experience Pendry in one of the most dynamic cities.”
The hotel’s Stay & Play offer includes a $75 daily resort credit.
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