Jefferson Hotel Unveils Renovation

The Jefferson Hotel in Washington, D.C., reopened Aug. 31 following two years of renovations to the property, built in 1923. The hotel overcame construction problems such as structural deterioration to uncover the building's original skylights in the atrium, add in-mirror TVs in the bathrooms, and create a glass bar illuminated with fiber optics. The Washington Post also reports that the refreshed hotel will customize everything from pillow sizes to bathrobe thicknesses for guests, who will have access to their own butler.

Source: Hospitality Design Magazine