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New Luxury Hotel in Georgetown Focuses on Uniqueness of Guests

Posted: Apr. 8th, 2013  |  By DailyLuxe News
Former Ritz-Carlton executive Horst H. Schulze raised the Capella to cater primarily to on-the-run business travelers that spend most of their time at work on the road, reports the Washington Post.

The lobby of the boutique hotel has no official check-in or checkout times. Additionally, there is no front desk. Hotel staffers greet guests in the lobby. The Capella is customer-centric and attributes its guest-experience philosophy to its small size.

But that kind of special treatment comes at a price. A room for a one-night stay in June costs up to $1,135, according to the hotelís Web site, while the 1,300-square-foot presidential suite has a nightly rate of $5,000.
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