Just like the color of its namesake, Rouge Hotel has an energetic atmosphere and vibrant, stylish design.
Rouge Hotel in Washington D.C. aims to reflect the vibe of the colour that it celebrates. Red is energizing and vibrant, yet similarly warm and welcoming. This luxury boutique hotel, located just outside of Dupont Circle, boasts all of these traits and more. The lobby area exudes contemporary chic, with varying shades of red, black and white across the walls, furnishings and floors. Following extensive renovations, The Rouge Hotel now contains even more modern amenities to ensure guests experience the ideal stay. As part of the renowned Kimpton Hotel Group, guests can enjoy complimentary bikes (a novelty way to explore the city), social evening wine hours and free daily newspapers.
The 137 rooms at Rouge Hotel are freshly renovated and incredibly spacious. Fiery red designer headboards create a stunning feature piece, with atmospheric lighting enhancing the look. Bare, black brick floors lay in stylish contrast to the plush linen and soft cream seating area. All rooms come equipped with a 37-inch high-definition TV, a fully stocked organic bar and large work area.
The restaurant and bar scene in Washington D.C. is large and lively, and Bar Rouge fits right in as a local hotspot. Innovative cocktails can be enjoyed in the beautiful ambience of the main bar area, while the Side Bar is a more intimate retreat.
Dupont Circle is D.C.'s cultural and urban center and a trendsetting neighborhood with vibrant energy. The upscale area is best known for its art galleries, museums, urban cafes and funky offbeat shops. The area has plenty of excellent dining and nightlife venues like Komi, Hank's Oyster Bar and the Eighteenth Street Lounge. When it comes to shopping, visitors will find unique options like Bloom, Betsy Fisher and Kramerbooks & Afterwords. Dupont Circle's grassy lawns are perfect for people-watching or relaxing. For sightseeing, the neighborhood has several good attractions like the National Geographic Museum, Heurich House Museum and the Phillips Collection.