OTO Development Transforms Iconic Editor’s Building into Hampton Inn Washington, D.C/White House Hotel

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The newest hotel in D.C.’s Golden Triangle area is rooting itself in history with a modern take on a distinguished building

The OTO Development team is very excited to officially open the Hampton Inn Washington D.C./White House hotel. The property’s unique history and its premier location contribute to a truly special guest experience.

The newly opened Hampton Inn Washington, D.C./White House hotel has made a swift transition into America's capital offering a modern twist to the historic, 10-story Editor's Building located at 1729 H Street N.W. Although the structure is currently the embodiment of hospitality, journalism enthusiasts and D.C. natives may recognize the neo-classic high-rise from its previous life as the headquarters for the Kiplinger Media Empire. For over 60 years, the iconic Editor’s Building was the center for industry-leading reporting on personal finance and business forecasting. While much of the original character was maintained, renovations were made to turn this former deadline-driven workplace into a relaxing 116-room hotel. In a city steeped in history, the Hampton Inn Washington, D.C./White House has incorporated a bit of antiquity into their design while setting out to make a story of their own.

“The OTO Development team is very excited to officially open the Hampton Inn Washington D.C./White House hotel. The property’s unique history and its premier location contribute to a truly special guest experience,” said John Anderson, OTO’s Chief Operation Officer. “We tried to pay homage to the neighborhood’s past while still providing guests modern, comfortable accommodations.”

The hotel’s new upscale neighborhood, the Golden Triangle, is a 43-block area that stretches from the front yard of the White House to Dupont Circle and is home to the world’s most powerful international organizations along with exclusive boutiques and premier restaurants. Hotel guests have the city immediately at their fingertips with two Metro stations and the White House within walking distance. With such a culturally rich location, it was important for the Hampton Inn Washington, D.C./White House hotel to maintain the iconic features of the Editor’s Building while implementing contemporary accommodations. The hotel amenities include an extended mezzanine, an indoor pool, new windows, an interactive information board, and Suite Shop. Perfect for George Washington graduations, international business trips and Capital vacations, the Hampton Inn is the newest elite Washington D.C. hotel.

For more information about the Hampton Inn Washington D.C./White House hotel, please visit: http://goo.gl/JwaTs

For more information about OTO Development, please visit: http://goo.gl/ktTNJ

For more information about the Kiplinger Media Empire, please visit: http://goo.gl/2FX6x

About the Hampton Inn Washington D.C./White House Hotel:
Opened in June of 2013 and managed by OTO Development, the Hampton Inn Washington D.C./White House hotel is a 116-room hotel located within walking distance of Washington D.C.’s most iconic attractions and corporations. Set in the iconic Editor’s building, this White House hotel effortlessly combines old-style charm with modern conveniences. The inviting guestrooms and flexible event space make the Hampton Inn Washington D.C./White House the newest premier hotel in Washington D.C. For more information about reservations, please visit http://goo.gl/JwaTs or call 1(202) 296-1006.

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