Celebrating the Loews Madison

Loews Madison Hotel's GM Jim Horsman with Loews Hotels & Resorts President and CEO Paul Whetsell with a cake replica of the hotel
Loews Madison Hotel's GM Jim Horsman with Loews Hotels & Resorts President and CEO Paul Whetsell with a cake replica of the hotel

Marshall Coyne brought a new level of luxury to the nation’s capital when the Madison Hotel opened in 1963. Over the years, the hotel has welcomed presidents, kings, prime ministers and celebrities. It has now been acquired by Loews Hotels & Resorts and at a late morning reception on Feb. 1 officially became the Loews Madison Hotel. Loews Hotels & Resorts president and CEO Paul Whetsell, joined by Loews Madison Hotel’s managing director Jim Horsman, welcomed guests and acknowledged banquet waiter George Caracamo, who was at the hotel when the doors opened. He and fellow staff members joined in toasting 50 years of the property “being a preeminent part of Washington, D.C.”

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