Pendry Hotels & Resorts Heads to D.C.’s Wharf Neighborhood

Pendry Hotels & Resorts has announced its further expansion into the Mid-Atlantic with Pendry Washington D.C. – The Wharf. The development, located within Phase 2 of The Wharf, is set to begin construction this summer and is set to open in 2022.

Pendry Washington D.C. – The Wharf becomes the brand’s first property in the nation’s capital. It will have 131 guestrooms, inclusive of 34 suites; three food and beverage concepts, including a chic cocktail lounge, a destination pool deck with an indoor/outdoor restaurant, and a rooftop lounge and bar; the Spa Pendry and a fitness center. There will also be more than 5,000 square feet of meetings and events space, including a rooftop event space.

Pendry Washington D.C. – The Wharf is designed by Design Agency and will draw inspiration from the colonnades and limestone buildings for which the nation’s capital is known, reinterpreted in a contemporary design.

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This marks the sixth Pendry Hotels & Resorts property under development in the brand’s portfolio and follows the openings of Pendry San Diego and Sagamore Pendry Baltimore in 2017.

Phase 2 of The Wharf will include additional apartments and condos, retail, office space, boat slips and more. Currently, the neighborhood is home to the InterContinental Washington D.C. - The Wharf, as well as two other non-luxury hotels, retail, dining, a concert venue and more. 

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