The Avery Georgetown Hotel in Historic Washington Area Set to Open Spring 2016

The locally owned and operated 15-key luxury boutique inn Avery Georgetown, located in D.C.’s historic neighborhood, will begin welcoming guests this month.

By Bogdan Odagescu, Associate Editor

The Avery Georgetown in Washington, D.C.
The Avery Georgetown in Washington, D.C.

Washington, D.C.—East Village is ready to welcome the Avery Georgetown, a locally owned and operated 15-key luxury boutique inn located just across Rock Creek from the Capital’s Downtown. The hotel, owned by Justin Schneck, former Thayer Lodging Group executive, will be ready for guests starting March 2016.

Thought out as an oasis from D.C.’s epicenter, the property sitting at 2616 P St. in historical Georgetown is within walking distance from the Dupont Circle and Foggy Bottom metro stations, the Georgetown Waterfront, Kennedy Center and Embassy Row. The Avery is also strategically located close to both Georgetown University and the George Washington University. The inn’s central Georgetown position allows guest to easily walk to the historic neighborhood’s fine dining and retail outlets as well.

Formerly operating as a law office, the space was completely transformed into 15 guestrooms and suites that offer stylish decorations and a sophisticated design, highlighting artful visual details. The luxury boutique also features a lobby bar and a classic courtyard.

“We wanted to create a personalized, intimate alternative to the high-energy ebb and flow of Washington, D.C.,” Owner Justin Schneck said in a prepared statement. “Guests at The Avery Georgetown can expect to experience the intimacy of a classic inn, refreshed with a livable and refined modern elegance.”

Image courtesy of The Avery Georgetown via Google+