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Renaissance Washington, DC Dupont Circle Hotel Gives Visitors a Taste of Washington, DC That They Won't Forget

Dupont Circle Hotel Combines the Best Ways to Savor the City Into One Delicious Package

WASHINGTON, DC -- (Marketwired) -- 07/16/13 -- In a city as cosmopolitan and vibrant as Washington, DC, visitors never have a shortage of things to see and do. But when the monuments have been observed, the shops have been visited and night begins to descend, what's an energetic traveler to do? That's where the Renaissance Washington, DC Dupont Circle Hotel steps in. Its new Sip, Savor and Sleep package takes the guesswork out of the evening in an irresistible way.

Guests who book the package begin the night at the hotel's M Bar with two complimentary appetizers. The distinctive hotel is located in south of end of Washington, DC's Dupont Circle neighborhood at 1143 New Hampshire Avenue and M Street, NW. The stylish hotel flaunts a cosmopolitan lobby bar featuring a rotating exhibit of local artwork. From velvety Ricotta dip with grilled rustic bread to Korean BBQ Beef "Bulgogi" sliders, to Asian chips and salsa, the M Bar's focused menu is full of tempting flavors. To complement the dishes, the package also includes two drinks. This means guests can choose from a wine of the day, select beers and a variety of specialty cocktails, including the cocktail classic with a twist like the Brazilian Cure and Cucumber Mule.

For this hotel, two Metro stops away from the hip Adams Morgan neighborhood, however, food and drink are just the beginning. While at the M Bar, guests can relax to the sound of live music -- a rotation of artists performs at the M Bar as part of its special Rlife LIVE events. And when it's time to tuck in for the night, this Dupont Circle hotel won't disappoint. The package includes deluxe accommodations for two nights where guests are treated to 37-inch, flat-panel HD televisions; plug-in connectivity panels; plush bedding; organic Aveda products; and boutique styling.

Located near such attractions as Georgetown, Dupont Circle, and numerous museums, parks and restaurants, the hotel is a prime starting point for any number of adventures, and the package's two included $10 metro passes provide an ideal way to see them.

The Sip, Savor and Sleep package is available through September 7, 2013, with rates starting at $174 per night. To learn more, travelers are invited to call 866-979-8070 (be sure to mention promotional code YQ7) or visit http://www.marriott.com/specials/mesOffer.mi?marrOfferId=820679&displayLink=true.

About the Renaissance Washington, DC Dupont Circle Hotel
With an eye toward all things stylish and contemporary, the boutique Renaissance Washington, DC Dupont Circle Hotel provides its guests with the best of amenities. And that starts with its location. Situated in the vibrant Dupont Circle, the hotel is enviably close to a number of attractions like the eclectic Adams Morgan neighborhood, George Washington University, the charmingly quaint Georgetown area and countless museums, shops and restaurants. After a day spent sightseeing, the elegantly designed guestrooms make a welcome retreat. Guests can indulge in organic Aveda products, goose-down bedding and tech-friendly luxuries like plug-in connectivity panels and 37-inch, flat-panel HD televisions. But with a handful of inviting social spots on property, visitors won't want to stay in their rooms for long. The M Brasserie offers creative breakfasts with fresh ingredients, while the M Bar is the happening place for happy hour, cocktails and live music at night. Illy Caffe, meanwhile, serves up breakfast and lunch -- along with America's favorite morning beverage -- every day. And if touring the city's many attractions isn't enough exercise, guests are welcome to make use of the hotel's health club. Enjoying everything that this property and DC at large have to offer is simplified by the hotel's various weekend packages, although business travelers will be gratified by the 15 meeting rooms, 13,990 square feet of meeting space and catering options that transcend the ordinary. Good taste at this hotel is, after all, everywhere.

About Renaissance
Renaissance Hotels represents a diverse collection of more than 155 hotels in 35 countries worldwide. Each property is unique, offering passionate travelers a one-of-kind experience and memories they will be sure to take with them long after they depart. Within every hotel, guests are greeted by an exceptional array of amenities and an inspiring world of local discoveries. For travelers looking to experience something new, innovative and locally driven programs including the industry leading entertainment platform RLife LIVE as well as R Navigator, ensure that every trip is transformed into an eye-opening, unforgettable journey. Renaissance Hotels. Live Life To Discover. To discover more visit www.renhotels.com.

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