Architectural Digest, describes DTR Modern DC as “Stylish Spot”

From the article, Check Into This Washington D.C. Hotel Where You Can Sleep in a Historic Townhouse by Andrew Sessa, published by Architectual Digest, November 20th, 2020. Read the full article here.

D.C. native Thomas Pheasant created the perfect private getaway in the five beautifully-designed individual one bedroom townhomes at the newly reopened Rosewood Hotel. DTR D.C. is mentioned as one of 3 stylish spots to visit while staying at the historic hotel.

DTR Modern: Set on the first floor of a brick row house on Pennsylvania Avenue, this Georgetown gallery focuses largely on work by contemporary artists both established and emerging, much of it with a Pop vibe, as well as pieces by such modern masters as Marc Chagall, Joan Miró, and Salvador Dalí. The ever-changing displays in the white-walled space generally include canvases by Hunt Slonem, Andy Warhol, and R.T. Houben, whose presidential portrait and currency-related paintings feel especially right for D.C.’ Except from the article by Andrew Sessa. Read the full article here.