OTO Development and architecture and design firm //3877 have unveiled the design for the upcoming 7-story waterfront hotel Hyatt Place, National Harbor, which is set to open later this year.
//3877 was tasked with the full interior design and architecture for the property, including the public spaces, restaurant, meeting rooms, and the prototype guestrooms. Once built, the hotel will be the first Hyatt-branded property in Prince George’s County, Maryland.
When developing the layout, //3877 prioritized waterfront views and guest convenience, creating a seamless and intuitive flow. The design team favored the use of geometric lines, repetitive visual elements, a vibrant but purposeful treatment of color, and light wood textures. //3877 also partnered with Hyatt on the implementation of one of the first completed projects to reflect the new Hyatt Place brand guestroom prototype.
“In the guestrooms, light-toned woods contrast with dark metals, creating a neutral, but grounding color palette for a calming yet stylish guest experience. Color is incorporated via decorative accessories and curated artwork,” says Molly Forman of //3877.
Rendering: Courtesy of //3877