Located in the city’s vibrant NoMa neighborhood on the site of the city’s former Central Armature Works, this brand-new boutique hotel offers travelers elegant and modern comfort in a stylish atmosphere—among the first high-end hospitality options in what is one of D.C.’s most walkable neighborhoods.
The Morrow offers 203 rooms and suites, offering a unique design aesthetic that celebrates the creative spirit of NoMa, an area of the city known for its colorful murals, street artists, and graffiti. Rooms have calming color palettes, with Italian linens and Le Labo bath and body products. The hotel also offers nearly 12,000 square feet of indoor and outdoor meeting and event space, including the rooftop terrace, a perfect spot for evening cocktails and entertaining.
The Morrow Hotel will also bring unmatched culinary delights to the neighborhood with a signature dining concept by renowned chef Nicholas Stefanelli, who leads the Michelin-starred Italian restaurant Masseria. The restaurant, Le Clou, will offer elevated French fare highlighting seasonal ingredients for breakfast and dinner, with brunch service coming soon. Early next year, the hotel will introduce a rooftop bar, Upstairs at The Morrow, and an intimate cocktail bar, Vesper.
The Morrow is part of the recent 3rd Street District development and is located between NoMa, Union Market, and H Street, with easy access to public transportation. The hotel hopes this location will serve as a central meeting spot that brings together community members with a mix of hotel, residential, food, and retail destinations along the pedestrian-friendly streets.
The hotel’s exterior was designed by Shalom Baranes Associates, with the lobby and multiple restaurant spaces designed by INC Architecture & Design. Rottet Studio designed the guest rooms, spaces, and a fitness center. The design was inspired by the vibrant heritage of the NoMa neighborhood and infused the artistic history of the neighborhood throughout the property.