DC-Area Hotel to Get Le Méridien Makeover

Hotels & Resorts

The Hotel Palomar in Arlington, Va., has changed hands and is being rebranded as one of Starwood Hotels and Resorts' European-style Le Méridien properties. Now known as Le Méridien Arlington, the hotel has 154 rooms and 3,200 sq. ft. of meeting space. It is part of the Waterview complex, a pair of towers that opened in 2007 and also contains condominiums and office space. New owner HEI Hotels & Resorts of Norwalk, Conn., is planning a renovation. hotelnewsresource.com

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