WASHINGTON, DC—The second phase of the planned $15-millionrenovation of the Embassy Row Hotel here is aboutto begin.

In the next five months, hotel owner LoweEnterprises plans to perform a makeover of all 231guestrooms at the Dupont Circle-based facility. Other improvementsplanned include a new restaurant as well as a new ballroom to bebuilt alongside 6,250 square feet of meeting space on the hotel'slower level, according to the Washington Post.

The hotel's ballroom was already gutted in order to make way fora new lobby. The last round of renovations at the hotel was in1997, when it was still owned by Hilton Worldwide. Lowe Enterprisespurchased the hotel in 2013.

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John Jordan

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