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 NCL/National Content Liquidators, Inc. Selected to Liquidate the
Contents of the Luxurious St. Regis Hotel, Washington, DC
September 2006 – Washington, DC - The St. Regis Washington, one of the Capital’s most prestigious hotels, has closed and will undergo a major renovation that will include every area of the hotel, from the guest rooms to the landscaping of the Crystal Terrace garden.  In additional, the St. Regis will add its signature brand spa, Remède.  Located two blocks from the White House, the hotel has been visited by every American President since Calvin Coolidge cut the opening ceremonial ribbon in 1926. 

NCL's liquidation sale of the 193 guest room and suites, located at 16th & K Street NW, opened on Thursday, September 7th.  It will continue daily, Monday-Saturday, 10:00 am-7:00 pm and Sunday, 12:00-5:00 pm. The sale will be open to both the hospitality industry and the general public.

Items of interest for sale include:

  • Drexel and Baker furniture
  • Bombe chests and marble sideboards
  • Chandeliers and sconces
  • Gold framed mirrors
  • Upholstered arm chairs in many styles 
  • Mirrored armoires
  • Marble bath fixtures
For further information, please contact NCL’s Vice President, Don Hayes, at 937-609-1399. 

NCL has remarketed the contents of more than 800 hotels and resorts in the continental U.S. and offshore, successfully completing over 300,000 guestrooms ranging in size from 100 to 2,000 room properties.  Included in NCL’s portfolio of satisfied clients are Kimpton Hotel Group, Radisson Barceló, Washington DC;  Host Marriott, Mountain Shadow Resort, Scottsdale; The Related Companies, The St. Regis Los Angeles; Starpointe Properties, Radisson Resort Scottsdale and Elad Properties, The Plaza, New York City.

NCL / National Content Liquidators, Inc.
Vickie Voiles, Corporate Marketing
825 W. Central Avenue
Springboro, OH  45066

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