Georgetown hotel opens luxe townhouse accommodations

The Rosewood Washington, D.C. hotel in Georgetown has opened its long-awaited townhouse rooms — and reopened its signature restaurant from celebrity chef Wolfgang Puck after it was devastated by a fire in 2019. 

The townhouse project took more than a year. The boutique hotel on 31st St. NW bought six townhouses on its block and began renovating them in August 2019. The 1,100-square-foot, four-story townhomes are now ready for booking, and they bring Rosewood’s room count to 55. 

While those renovations continued, the hotel also rebuilt Cut, which suffered a fire just a couple short months after it opened in August 2019. The retooled Cut D.C. reopened Monday, though it is limited by D.C.’s current restrictions to stem the spread of Covid-19. The restaurant is currently limited to 50% capacity, but that will go down to 25% on Dec. 14. It is also currently barred from serving alcohol after 10 p.m. 

Cut D.C. has also created a takeout menu that will launch through reservation and…

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