Bowls – Station Kitchen & Cocktails will serve the “special of the day” in a curated ceramic bowl made by students of the Corcoran School of Art at The George Washington University; 25 cents from each bowl will be donated to SOME.
Banquets – To elevate the group and meetings experience, The Embassy Row Hotel has pledged to donate five percent of revenue for every continuous break station purchased in the meetings space.
“We’re in the hospitality business, so teaming up with a program like SOME that regularly makes people feel welcome was a no-brainer for us,” said Shawn Jervis, general manager of The Embassy Row Hotel. “More and more our guests tell us they want an authentic experience. SOME provides the perfect platform for us to serve our neighbors and give our guests the opportunity to actually impact the destination. At its core, The Embassy Row Hotel strives to offer guests a genuine D.C. experience. This dedication is apparent through the property’s local design elements, like-minded partners and programming. Upon completion, the hotel will debut a fully activated social lobby concept, new restaurant Station Kitchen & Cocktails, extensive meetings and events programming, and revamped menu and perks for The Rooftop. A reflection and celebration of the city’s diversity, The Embassy Row Hotel is set to become a gathering place for global thinkers seeking an authentic D.C. experience. For more information, visit www.some.org or www.embassyrowhotel.com.
Since 1970, SOME has been serving the poor and homeless in Washington, D.C. SOME meets the basic needs of the District’s homeless and poor residents with food, clothing, and medical care and empowers them to break the cycle of homelessness through the provision of job training, addiction treatment, counseling and affordable housing. www.some.org
About The Embassy Row Hotel, A Destination Hotel
The Embassy Row Hotel is located in Washington, D.C., in the historic neighborhood of Dupont Circle. Surrounded by embassies and charming row homes, the hotel has one of the city’s few rooftop pools, with an expansive view of D.C, Maryland, and Virginia. The hotel has 231 deluxe guest rooms and 6,650 square feet of meeting space, including a ballroom. This D.C. hotel is a few steps from the metro and is conveniently located near the museums and memorials. For more information on The Embassy Row Hotel, visit www.embassyrowhotel.com. Follow us on Twitter: @EmbassyRowHotel. Like us on Facebook: EmbassyRowHotel. About Destination Hotels Destination Hotels (Destination) is the largest owner and operator of independent hotels, resorts and residences in the United States. Headquartered in Denver, Colorado, Destination is an industry leader with more than 40 years of hospitality management and development experience. Located in premier destinations, the portfolio is continuously growing with more than 40 luxury and upscale properties from coast to coast. The award-winning company operates 20 golf courses, 19 full-service spas, six IACC-certified conference centers and 105 bars and restaurants. The privately-owned company is a subsidiary of Lowe Enterprises, a Los Angeles-based investment, development and real estate firm. For more information on Destination Hotels, visit www.destinationhotels.com. Follow us on Twitter: @Destination. Like us on Facebook: DestinationHotels.