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While there is no shortage of hotels and accommodations in D.C., one of Dupont Circle’s newest neighbors, Lyle Washington DC, is a great spot that will take you in and make you feel right at home.
New options for spiked Arnold Palmers, rooftop spritzes, intimate gin tastings, and more
Lyle is a minimalist hotel located in Washington, D.C., designed by Lore Group. Known for their collection of illustrious properties including Sea Containers London and Pulitzer Amsterdam, Lore Group continues to celebrate the history of the buildings in which each property finds itself.
An ownership group with an eye for luxury added a wine-proof white couch, Japanese-style lanterns, and lots of abstract art.
Lyle's has a menu full of dishes that are not as simple as they sound, including a gluten-free, twice-fried chicken that sets up overnight with potato starch before getting a final coating of rice flour.
Lyle Washington DC, the second U.S. Property from International Hospitality Company Lore Group, to Open in April 2021
In redesigning the interiors of property, Lore Group Creative Director Jacu Strauss wished to create a world of calm, a place where you can feel in complete comfort in understated style.
The property takes over a 1940s Art Deco building on New Hampshire Avenue previously operated as the Kimpton Carlyle Hotel, which also housed American tavern The Riggsby
Lyle’s opens soon with chipotle Moscow mules, technique-heavy fried chicken, and a novel noodle soup
Earlier this year, boutique hotel brand Lore Group opened its second property in the US capital. Designed as the antithesis to its more serious sister, Riggs (named for the bank that funded many political campaigns and Washington socialites since the turn of the century), Lyle is set on a tree-lined street in the city’s tony Dupont Circle neighborhood.
I've long found it difficult to recommend a snappily decorated but reasonable hotel to visiting friends. Now I've got one.