'Made in the USA' hotel suite opens in Washington, D.C.

Source: Park Hyatt Washington

A "Made in the USA" suite has opened at the Park Hyatt Washington, D.C. and is available for booking through Aug. 31, HotelChatter reports.

The suite deal coincides with the "Made in the USA" exhibition at The Phillips Collection, a museum specializing in modern and contemporary art.

HotelChatter has details on the offerings: "Inside the suite are five giclee reproductions of the museum's American art masterworks including Marsden Hartley's 'Off the Banks at Night'; Arthur G. Dove's 'Red Sun' and Peppino Mangravite's 'Political Exiles.' The suite also includes some American-made furniture such as a timber rocking chair (made in Vermont) and artisanal items from the museum's gift shop like a spiral wrap bowl (Rhode Island), a WUD martini glass (Colorado) and stackable wooden blocks (Washington state.)"

See the full story at HotelChatter.

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