Hotel Palomar (Washington, D.C.)
The Hotel Palomar Washington is a 335-room, high-end boutique hotel located at 2121 P Street Northwest in the Dupont Circle neighborhood of Washington, D.C. The Hotel Palomar is one of twelve Kimpton hotel properties in the Washington Metropolitan Area and one of eight locations opeerating in the District. Kimpton opened its first Washington, D.C. hotel in 2000.
Opening in 2006, the Hotel Palomar Washington's theme is "Art in Motion". The Hotel Palomar maintains a partnership with The Phillips Collection and Smithsonian Institution. The hotel building was originally owned by Radisson Hotels until it was purchased by Kimpton in July 2005 for $40 million. Prior to being a Radisson property, this was known as the Omni Georgetown Hotel. Renovations to the hotel cost an estimated $32 million. The Hotel Palomar's restaurant is the Italian-themed Urbana.
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