Since last June, the D.C. area has seemingly caught hotel fever. Two new hotels will open before the year's end. Several stalled hotel projects finally look like they'll get off the ground. Neighborhoods like Navy Yard and Waterfront have suddenly become abuzz with hotel activity. For those having trouble keeping up with all the construction and chatter, we've assembled this handy map of anticipated hotels. Did we miss out on a new place to stay? Let us know.Read More
Checking In: An Updated Map Of D.C.'s Anticipated Hotels
This one is so close to completion, we can smell it: the scent of construction dust disappearing forever! This Convention Center neighbor opens on May 1st.
Old Post Office Pavilion: Future Trump Hotel
This hotel won't open until 2016 but the current residents of the Old Post Office Pavilion have started to move out and renderings have been revealed for the ballrooms and guest rooms.
The Westin Bethesda
The Westin in Bethesda won't open until October 2015, so it's not bookable and there are not yet any renderings. Strangely enough, this hasn't changed since last June. However, there's a prime location on Wisconsin Avenue. The picture reflects the current occupant via Google Street View.
The Line DC
It's now clear that this full service hotel which has started construction and will will incorporate the facade of the neighboring First Church of Christ, Scientist now has a new name: The Line DC. More mysteries have yet to be revealed for this one.
CityCenter DC Hotel
Right now there's still very little information about this hotel coming to the mega-complex by the Convention Center. Right now, it's clear that it will have 350 rooms, it will be bordered by 10th Street, I Street and New York Avenue and will reportedly be run by Hilton.
Hyatt Place Washington (NoMa)
This 14 story hotel is the only one of three Hyatt Place hotels coming to the District that already has a presence on the company's website. They're accepting reservations now and anticipating a late October opening.
Hyatt Conference Center and Hotel at The Parks at Walter Reed
When the Hines/Urban Atlantic partnership won the Walter Reed bid last fall, they made clear that a Hyatt conference center and hotel was a part of their development plans. That said, it could be awhile until that part of the plan is activated.
Intercontinental Hotel at The Wharf
The enormous Southwest revitalization project which broke ground last week will include a 280 Intercontinental Hotel.
Hyatt Place (Federal Center SW)
Ground broke at the end of 2013 on this 214 room hotel that will be conveniently close to the National Mall.
Hampton Inn & Suites
Expect to see this 168-room, 13-story hotel deliver near the middle of 2015. This is only one of the hotels coming to the suddenly busy (and Curbed Cup winning) area near Nationals Park.
Much like the neighboring Hampton Inn, this one also has not yet made an appearance on the Hilton website. Then again, construction won't even begin until, at best, late 2015. This hotel will be eleven stories high and have 195 available rooms.
Springhill Suites By Marriott
This project may or may not actually happen. The nine story, 314-room hotel has another two years to come up with the funds.
Hyatt Place (West End)
This is kind of a weird one. The nine story, 168 room Hyatt Place is actually taking over a vacant lot and will be connected to a Washington Marriott Hotel (shown) that's already there.
University of Maryland East Campus Hotel
As of late last year, the University was still looking to close on a land deal that would allow them to build the 300 room hotel with 10,000 square feet of conference space that they've been wanting to construct for almost a decade. Stay tuned.
MGM Resorts International - National Harbor
Could a casino really come to National Harbor without giving guests a place to stay? That's why the massive MGM International Resort, slated to open in mid-2016 will include a 300-room hotel.