Introducing The Morrow Hotel
Vibrant optimism may be hard to find these days, but this new lifestyle hotel in D.C.’s NoMa neighborhood is ready to show you the light.
Meet The Morrow Hotel, a clever boutique hotel that pairs thoughtful design and local programming with a healthy dose of fun, and an impressive lineup of brand-new bars and restaurants by one of D.C.’s best chefs.
From the luminous lobby lounge, to the sultry cocktail bar, to the hotel’s dazzling rooftop overlooking the Capitol, each space of The Morrow has been carefully curated to meet every want and need at any time of day — or night — so you can take on whatever tomorrow brings.
Discover D.C.’s most delightful newcomer and wake up on the bright side at The Morrow Hotel.
DREAMY & DRAMATIC
Step inside The Morrow Hotel on a weekday morning and you’ll feel an energetic buzz. The lobby lounge is bright and airy, the music is soothing, the cafe is humming with baristas and casual morning meetings. But come back in the evening and you’ll find the space has changed. There’s a champagne trolley and a sharp-dressed mixologist shaking up drinks. Neighbors meeting up for dinner, travelers mingling by the bar. Even the music feels jazzier.
This gentle shift from productive to party is not by accident; in fact, it was designed this way! A collection of award-winning architecture and design firms envisioned The Morrow Hotel as the ultimate D.C. destination for work and play, wellness and indulgence. An urban retreat connected to nature, in one of the District’s greenest, most walkable neighborhoods.
But it’s not all sunshine at The Morrow Hotel. While the lobby lounge features warm, natural light and bright interiors, other spaces — like the hotel’s swanky Vesper lounge (opening Winter 2023) — contrast with dark color palettes and soft candlelight for an intimate, sultry ambiance. Across the hotel’s spacious rooms and suites, guests enjoy a harmonic balance of both. Soothing neutrals are complemented by fluted furniture and striking design details. Tall windows let in the morning light, while blackout curtains keep it out for a cool, dark sleep chamber. It’s a peaceful atmosphere where guests can kick back, relax and rejuvenate in style.
Rooms and suites are also outfitted with luxurious Italian linens, Le Labo bath products, an oversized closet, walk-in shower or soaking tub, and cozy nooks with banquette seating perfect for morning coffee or catching up on work emails with views of the DC skyline. Guests can also enjoy a series of in-room wellness enhancements like aromatherapy kits, facial masks, tea elixirs and a custom pillow menu for a great night’s sleep.
THE HEALTHY HEDONIST
They say wellbeing is all about balance. So after a guided yoga flow in the hotel’s state-of-the-art fitness center, head downstairs and find your equilibrium at Le Clou, a fabulous new restaurant by D.C.’s own Nicholas Stefanelli.
Le Clou is a modern take on the classic French brasserie. Only here, rusted mirrors with scribbled menus are replaced with shimmering chandeliers and a wraparound marble bar. The French inspiration, however, is here to stay. Le Clou takes guests on a culinary adventure through French cuisine with Chef Stefanelli at the helm, whose creativity and risk-taking restaurants have earned numerous Michelin stars and a James Beard nomination.
Keep the merriment going at The Morrow Hotel’s lively rooftop lounge, Upstairs at The Morrow. With stunning views of D.C.’s national landmarks, Upstairs at The Morrow is a sophisticated playground for locals and travelers alike. Come for the gorgeous rooftop views, and stay for craft cocktails, live DJ sets, and delicious light bites by Chef Stefanelli.
Music lovers, fear not. The Morrow has something for you, too. Enter Vesper, an intimate lounge with sultry spirit and live performances by some of D.C.’s best local artists. Not to mention, inventive craft cocktails, grand hors d’oeuvres and caviar service for a low-key, high-class night on the town.
WORK & PLAY IN NOMA
Whether you’re a business traveler on-the-go or visiting D.C. for a weekend away, The Morrow Hotel is perfectly positioned for ease and adventure. It’s centrally located in the heart of NoMa’s 3rd Street District and just a quick walk, drive or bike ride away from historic sites like the National Mall, the White House and the Capitol Building, as well as the Washington Convention Center. The Morrow Hotel is also close to Union Station, a major transportation hub for Amtrak, Metro, taxi cabs and rental cars, among others.
Around the neighborhood, you’ll find a dynamic mix of locally-owned boutique shops like La Cosecha, a Latin American marketplace, record stores, an independent bookstore and a flagship REI store in a restored brick building that once hosted The Beatles for their first U.S. concert.
Gastronomes are also in luck. In addition to The Morrow Hotel’s brand-new bars and restaurants, the area is ripe with local eateries, craft breweries and funky hang-outs including: Union Market, a culinary destination with 40+ local vendors; metrobar, a community space with cocktails and fun nightly events; The Eleanor, a bowling alley and arcade lounge; St. Anselm, an elevated American tavern; and the famous Masseria, Chef Stefanelli’s first restaurant and the first D.C. restaurant to earn a Michelin star. And if that wasn’t enough, a pop-up movie theater, Smithsonian museum and Metropolitan Branch Trail are also close by.
After a day of exploration, head back to The Morrow for celebratory cocktails or a relaxing night in. Whatever your preference, The Morrow Hotel is happy to oblige so you can make the most of your day, and wake up to a brighter tomorrow.
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