I have found that suite hotels are an excellent option when going to popular tourist areas if you want a quiet option. SpringHill Suites is one of those quiet options. Everything needed is available at a great location, close to the action but tucked away in a quieter area. The bed is a little soft but the room was wonderful. There was a student group staying at the hotel which made the public areas less accommodating to my preferences but my room was a great retreat.
The room size and set up was great. Everything we needed was right there. The staff was very friendly and helpful. The bed was extremely comfortable. Loved the coffee in the lobby and the complimentary breakfast was one of the best I've seen. I still have a hard time believing we got that great room for that small of a price.
We went down to Virginia for an annual event. Great Rooms, had microwave, refrigerator, small sink, we were very pleased. Courteous staff. Everyone enjoy the pool, the breakfast, the beds. We got a great price for it. Free parking. I was lucky there was a crib available for my child. When I needed milk for the baby the front desk were so courteous and gave me one. Really happy.
This was the first hotel we've stayed at in the DC area and we loved it. The beds were comfy, the breakfast was great, and the pool was cool. The best was the hot tub. I'd recommend that everyone visiting DC stay here. You won't regret it. The manager, *, was really nice and helpful.
The room was clean, beds were comfortable. Marriotts are generally a very reliable brand, and this hotel did not disappoint. Tub/Shower is separate from sink area, which is nice if more than one person is trying to get ready at a time. Room had a fridge and microwave, couch, chair and 2 tv's, even though it was really all one big room, not so much a 'suite'. Breakfast was good, standard fare, with the fixings for sausage egg mcmuffins too. The hotel can give you directions to get to the nearest Metro station - about 10 minutes away. I'd recommend getting into DC by Metro instead of trying to drive. Get to the station early, parking spaces in the garages fill up by 9 or 10 on weekdays. Station workers can help you figure out what type of Metro card to purchase. Getting out of the parking garage can be a bit tricky. You have to have enough money on a Metro card to pay the parking fare in full, or you can use a credit card. However, not all parking garage exits allow the credit card. This is a problem when the person in front of you thought they could use a credit card and can't - then everyone has to back up to let that person out, which can be very complicated in the afternoon when everyone is short tempered and trying to go home. The Metro is safe, easy to navigate and/or transfer from one line to another and the wait between trains is very short. It can be hard to find places to eat downtown without a wait at lunchtime. Lots of people were carrying backpacks to get around with their own snacks/drinks, especially if they had kids.
This hotel was great for any price. The entire staff was very accommodating and polite. About nine miles from Metro station, when my girlfriend and I return to DC we will stay here.
Love the pillows ? breakfast was good ? room was clean ?staff was great. Hint- They do not replace shampoo or soap unless you ask. I think this is a new Marriott policy.
I would definitely stay here again, the rooms are great! Studio room, free breakfast, free internet, DC and the airport just a few minutes away...what else could you want?
The hotel was what we expected. Clean, in a good location, and with a great free breakfast. It's a little ways away from DC, but we just drove to the train station every morning. This was much better that driving into DC. The only issue we had was that the bed was to soft. So that said, we would definately stay here again.
Front desk, friendly and helpful.Hotel is located in center of places to go.