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Fall into Fun at the Embassy Row Hotel

Dupont Circle's Trendiest Lifestyle Hotel Presents Inspired Programming and Packages to Celebrate the Autumn Season in Washington D.C.

WASHINGTON, D.C. September 27, 2017 – As Washington, D.C. bids a fond farewell to summer, The Embassy Row Hotel, A Destination Hotel and its restaurant Station Kitchen & Cocktails are celebrating autumn with a variety of festive offerings that will run throughout the season. In addition to being surrounded by vibrant fall foliage, the property will provide guests and locals alike with an assortment of fun and interactive fall events, packages and programming including traditional Oktoberfest celebrations, gourmet picnics in the park, local-friendly offerings with a cultural spin and special dog events that every furry friend will want to attend.

From travelers visiting Washington, D.C. for the very first time during the colorful fall season to locals exploring their own backyard, The Embassy Row Hotel has packages and programming suited for everyone looking for quintessential autumn experiences in the heart of the nation’s capital.

Steals and Deals

Pick Up and Picnic Package

Guests can explore the nation’s capital and dine on the go with the Pick Up and Picnic package at The Embassy Row Hotel. Guests will receive a gourmet picnic basket stocked with sandwiches, local bites, and refreshing beverages from Core Water, as well as a Destination Picnic Card that outlines The Embassy Row Hotel’s favorite parks including neighborhood finds such as the Dupont Circle Park to world wonders such as The National Mall or cultural landmarks including Malcolm X Park. The starting rate for this package is $159/night and will be available through Spring 2018. Package is available on

DMV Residents Offer

Residents of D.C. Maryland, and Virginia can plan a staycation at The Embassy Row Hotel with the new Local Offer. The Local Offer allows guests to spend more time in vacation mode with a late check-out at 2pm and 20% off the best available rate. Guests must present their ID at check-in. The starting rate for this package during the holidays is $99/night and is available on

Pet Friendly Events and Offers

Raise the Woof Doggy Dive Bar

On Sunday, October 15, The Embassy Row Hotel will host the Raise the Woof Doggy Dive Bar where proceeds will go to the Human Rescue Alliance. With rooftop views and drink specials, the property will celebrate the last pool party of The Rooftop season with everyone’s furry friends. Each dog will receive Attendees can register to have a professional headshot with their pup or just of their pup on The Daily Dally Pet Pillow, by FuzzyPants Pet Photography. Pups will leave with a doggy bag crafted by local vendors. Dog owners can enjoy specialty cocktails and giveaways sponsored by Tito’s Vodka, along with Flying Dog and Bud Light. Tickets can be purchased on for $30 (one) or $40 (two), with $5 of the proceeds going to the Humane Rescue Alliance.

Pug and Chug Hosted by Hamilton the Pug

The social media sensation, Hamilton the Pug, will host Pug and Chug at The Embassy Row Hotel. Guests and locals can bring their pug for the meet-up of the season at Station Kitchen & Cocktails Patio. While humans indulge in drinks specials and bites from Station Kitchen & Cocktails, their pugs can meet new friends and snack on puppy treats. Pug and Chug will October 28th from 1 – 4 pm. Pug owners can register here.

Special Events and Programming

Thursday Night Live

Station Kitchen & Cocktails at The Embassy Row Hotel will come alive every Thursday night in the fall with live music from around the world. Sponsored by Art Soiree, Thursday Night Live will feature specially crafted cocktails and internationally inspired dishes. This series will run every Thursday beginning October 5 through April 26, 2018 from 5 – 10 pm. Entry is free of charge.

Silent Disco Saturdays

Silent Dance Society is back at The Embassy Row Hotel with a Silent Disco experience in Station Kitchen & Cocktails on Saturday night. Guests and locals alike can join the silent dance movement by reserving wireless headphones in advance for $15 online or $20 at the event. Guests can switch between three different music channels by three Live DJs. This series will run from October 7 – April 28, 2018 from 8 pm – midnight, with a special Halloween event on October 28.

Paint, Pinot, and Picnic Rooftop Series

Guests can let the Washington, D.C. skyline inspire their inner artist during The Embassy Row Hotel’s Paint, Pinot, and Picnic Rooftop Series. Travelers and locals can join award-winning, local artist Jill Perla for a unique paint and sip class experience where they will paint with views of the Washington Monument, Embassy Row, Dupont Circle Park, the National Cathedral and more, while savoring a fine glass of Pinot. This new series will be held every Saturday in October from 3 - 5 pm. Tickets can be purchased here and cost $55, which includes painting supplies, wine, and charcuterie.

Oktoberfest in Station Kitchen & Cocktails

The Embassy Row Hotel will commemorate Oktoberfest during a special event on October 21. Traditional German games, music, and drink specials including the German Spatz beer will be provided on the patio of Station Kitchen & Cocktails. There will also be a beer pong tournament where participants have a chance to win a complimentary meal for two or two cocktails on The Rooftop.

LGBT Women’s Happy Hour

Select Fridays throughout the fall, The Embassy Row Hotel will host an LGBT Women’s Happy Hour at Station Kitchen & Cocktails. Located in Dupont Circle, considered one of the nation’s most historic districts for the for the LGBT community, The Embassy Row Hotel is proud to be TAG Approved and one of the most diverse, inclusive hotels in the city. This series will take place on the following dates: September 15, October 20, November 17, December 15 at 7 pm. For more details visit

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About The Embassy Row Hotel, A Destination Hotel

Surrounded by embassies and charming row homes in the historic neighborhood of Dupont Circle, The Embassy Row Hotel is Washington, D.C.’s only lifestyle hotel. Providing guests with the opportunity to immerse themselves in the diverse culture and bustling, trend-setting scene of the nation’s capital, The Embassy Row Hotel concluded a multi-phase, $15 million renovation in March 2015, debuting 231 deluxe guestrooms with design nods to the neighborhood, over 8,000+ sq. ft. of new meeting and event space, and a lifestyle-driven lobby experience anchored by new restaurant, Station Kitchen & Cocktails. Reinforcing the urban resort concept, the hotel also features The Rooftop, a seasonal bar complex boasting one of the city’s only heated swimming pools with sweeping views of D.C. and Virginia. For more information on The Embassy Row Hotel, visit Follow us on Twitter: @EmbassyRowHotel. Like us on Facebook: EmbassyRowHotel.

About Destination Hotels

Destination Hotels (Destination) is a collection of luxury and upscale independent hotels, resorts and residences across the United States and Caribbean. Offering authentically-immersed and enriching experiences, each property is individual at heart, yet connected by a commitment to drawing upon the best of each location. Highly distinct, the Destination experience is always memorable and matchless; guests will feel the locale in a genuine way through each property and during the engaging moments cultivated both in and outside of them. Continuously growing with more than 40 properties, the award-winning portfolio features 19 renowned golf courses, 18 indigenous spas, and 112 exceptional bars and restaurants. Destination Hotels are true to our place; diverse by design. For more information, visit Follow us on Twitter: @Destination. Like us on Facebook: DestinationHotels.

Emma Silverman
Eleven Six Public Relations
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