Canopy by Hilton Opens DC Hotel
Zeff designs interiors of brand’s second North American property
Canopy by Hilton has debuted the brand’s second North American property, Canopy by Hilton Washington D.C., Bethesda North. Mark Zeff of his eponymous Brooklyn, New York-based design firm, spearheaded the interiors of this lifestyle hotel in collaboration with Hilton’s in-house team.
The 177-key property is inspired by the surrounding Pike & Rose mixed-use development, and includes 12 suites and 34 queen-queen accommodations. The guest room interiors showcase nine-foot, floor-to-ceiling windows; rough-hewn oak wood walls; concrete floors; bed canopies; open closets; and locally inspired artwork, furnishings and accessories.
A rendering of the lobby at the Canopy by Hilton Bethesda North hotel. Image: Courtesy of Canopy by Hilton Bethesda North
Other on-site amenities include The Canopy Central Café and Bar, Pike’s Perspective Terrace rooftop bar, 7,700 sq. ft. of event space and 1,100 sq. ft. of pre-function space.
“We are thrilled to open our second North American property and third property worldwide, marking Canopy by Hilton Washington D.C., Bethesda North the first and only lifestyle hotel in the area,” says Gary Steffen, global head, Canopy by Hilton. “The North Bethesda neighborhood and Pike & Rose development epitomizes our locally inspired brand and we’re delighted to extend an energizing, comfortable stay to guests traveling to the Washington, D.C., area.”