Iconic Washington, D.C. Hotel Becomes Hilton Property

By Jesse Sokolow on 25 September 2017
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DSC_0317Hilton Hotels and Resorts announced that the Loews Madison Hotel in Washington, D.C. will be reflagged as the Madison Washington DC, a Hilton Hotel.

Located a short distance from the White House, the property has 356 guestrooms, including 27 suites. The hotel also offers over 12,000 square feet (1,114 square meters) of meeting and event space.

The property was built in 1963 by developer Marshall B. Coyne, and was named after James and Dolley Madison. Since its opening, the hotel has hosted many notable guests over the years including Frank Sinatra and the Dalai Lama, as well as most United States presidents.

In celebration of the property becoming a Hilton hotel, Honors members will receive 1,000 bonus points per night for stays at the hotel through March 20, 2018.

(Photo: Accura Media Group)

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