By Matt Baker, The Washington PostWASHINGTON — What’s next for the Vision Hotel in D-C.?

After nearly a decade in the capital, the hotel opened on Friday with a $4 million renovation.

It is now the third-oldest hotel in the country, following the Shangri-La in New York and the Shangris in Paris.

The hotel is designed by architecture firm D. H. Stuart, which had a hand in the hotel’s design, and is located at the historic Independence Hotel.

The $4.5 million renovation includes:1.

New floors and windows2.

A new lobby, a new reception area, and a new dining area.3.

New furnishings including leather chairs, gold-plated tables, and gold-covered banquettes4.

New fixtures including LED lights and lighting fixtures that illuminate the lobby5.

New lighting fixtures in the lounge area, including LED lighting fixtures for the lobby, the lobby bar, and the restaurant.

The interior of the hotel has been updated with new furnishings and a more intimate dining experience.

The hotel will host an annual event for the hotel, including a reception.

The event is being hosted by the D. C. Council and will include a reception with guests and a dinner.

The renovation is expected to be complete by the end of the year.

The Vision hotel is one of the last remaining luxury hotels in the city, according to the Washington Post.

The Marriott hotel in Washington, D.c., opened in 2010, with plans to build a $50 million hotel with a spa, pool, gym, meeting rooms, and conference rooms.

The original Vision hotel, in a former department store building, was designed by architect D.H. Stuart.

D.C. Council member Tommy Wells said the Vision will bring more upscale dining and entertainment to the city’s downtown area.

The Vision will also have a central location, and that will bring people downtown and give them access to the new D. I.C., Wells said.

The renovations will be funded through the city budget, and are being funded by a special taxing district, the DDC Council said in a statement.

The city expects to receive $2.7 million in general revenue from the Vision.

The city’s general fund, which funds most city services, will cover about $1.5 for every $1 spent on the renovations, according the statement.