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Mandarin Oriental Washington DC recently unveiled its newly renovated guestrooms, and to celebrate the occasion the hotel is offering a new Refresh, Rejuvinate package designed to offer guests new relaxation-oriented amenities at a discounted rate.
The Refresh, Rejuvenate room package includes a Deluxe Water View accommodation, a welcome tea amenity, a $100 spa credit per night, complimentary valet parking, complimentary high-speed Internet and an Elemental Bath and Shower Oil Set by The Spa at Mandarin Oriental. The package, starting at $375 per night, is available from October 20, 2016, to April 30, 2017.
The renovations, lead by Kent Interior Design, Inc., draw inspiration from the hotel's waterfront location and nearby national monuments, as well as the hotel's traditional Asian history. The decor uses various shades of blue to play off Washington DC's natural beauty against the room's new mahogany wood furnishings. Each room contains a mini bar, filled with Dean and Deluca goods, discreetly hidden in an Asian-inspired wood cabinet.
Round, mahogany tables have replaced the hotel's traditional hotel-room desks. The tables come complete with a caddie attachment that provides Internet access, phones, international plugs and power outlets to cater to business travelers. The multifunctional space comes with two wing back chairs, suitable for work, dining or entertaining.
Through the renovations, the rooms have been equipped with energy efficient features, high speed wireless Internet, video on demand options and 55-inch Samsung 4k Ultra-High Resolution LED Televisions with the option to connect smart devices and Apple TV for customizable media experiences. Power outlets with USB ports and international adaptation options have been added to the room's bedsides for constant connectivity.
The guestrooms new marble bathrooms, inspired by The Spa at Mandarin Oriental, have been completely refurbished with new textiles, vanity finishes, jetted shower heads, separate soaking tubs, large dimmable LED mirrors and Atelier Cologne amenities.
Along with the room renovations, Mandarin Oriental Washington DC has introduced its new Table of Contents Program, through which guests can request complimentary laptop stands and accessories to convert the room table into a standing desk, special services and options from the hotels In-Room Dining Program and a variety of fun card games for guests who must stay in their rooms.
For more information and reservations, call 202-554-8588 or visit www.mandarinoriental.com/washington.