The rooftop terrace, called “Pike’s Perspective” also features D.C.’s Rock Creek Bourbon from One Eight Distilling, the first bourbon distilled in D.C. since Prohibition.
Breakfast includes croissants and pastries from Bethesda’s Fresh Baguette.
Snacks for arriving guests include Honey Sticks from Maryland’s Banner Bees and the hotel showcases neighborhood inspired artwork, furnishings and accessories.
Canopy also staffs what it calls “Canopy Enthusiasts,” — local experts to give guests recommendations. (There is no shortage of recommendations at the Federal Realty Investment Trust’s Pike & Rose neighborhood, which has grown to more than 50 restaurants, shops and entertainment venues.)
The Pike & Rose Canopy by Hilton also offers guests free bike service, called “Bike & Rose.”
The third Canopy by Hilton is in Reykjavik, Iceland, and 17 others are planned in the U.S. and abroad this year.
McLean, Virginia-based Hilton said it spent several years developing the Canopy concept. Research showed consumers wanted a local experience at each hotel.
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