Old meets new in the LINE DC, Sydell Group’s latest addition to their impressive portfolio of sight-specific hotels, which embrace their surrounding communities and provide a one-of-a-kind experience to all who visit them.
Dubbed ‘DC’s hippest hotel’, the LINE DC takes inspiration from its trendy neighbourhood and fuses it with its historic location in a 100-year-old Neoclassical church.
Enormous copper doors open into an expansive lobby with high vaulted ceilings complete with a custom chandelier comprising brass organ pipes, while original church pews upholstered in midnight velvet are given a new shape and lease of life.
Known for its commitment to producing sight-specific hotels that engage the surrounding community, Sydell Group called on a number of local creatives for this project, including commissioning artists from the area to produce works for the bedroom walls.
Ranging from Double Queen and King to Landmark Studio Suite and Monument Master Suite, the LINE DC boasts 220 rooms in a wing alongside the lobby that was constructed by INC Architecture & Design.
Custom brass bedframes are paired with solid oak writing desks and indoor plants, and guests are encouraged to live-stream content from the Full Service Radio community podcast network and internet radio station, which broadcasts live from the hotel.
Six restaurants and bars led by DC food legends cater to your every gastronomic need, while the rooftop acts as the perfect place from which to admire sweeping views that encompass the Washington Monument and the Washington National Cathedral. An added extra: pet dogs and cats stay for free.