Hilton Washington DC/Rockville revamps meeting space

The Hilton Washington DC/Rockville Hotel & Executive Meeting Center has added an additional 10,000sqm of flexible meeting space.

Hilton Washington DC/Rockville revamps meeting space
Hilton Washington DC/Rockville revamps meeting space

The meeting centre now boasts 14 conference-rooms and a central atrium offering over 743sqm of open space for receptions, exhibits and meals.

The hotel has also refurbished its 315 guest rooms and the 24-hour fitness center has all new equipment.

Brand new restaurant and bar, Olive's American Bistro, now serves modern American fare with Mediterranean influences for breakfast, lunch, happy hour and dinner. Guests can enjoy local craft brews and 30 wines are available by the glass during happy hour between 4:00 and 7:00 p.m. daily.

The property is situated in close proximity to the Twinbrook Metro station providing easy access to downtown Washington D.C.

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