With a stay at The Graham Georgetown, you'll be centrally located in Washington, steps from Old Stone House and Museum of Contemporary Art. This 4-star hotel is close to George Washington University and Lincoln Memorial.
Make yourself at home in one of the 57 air-conditioned rooms featuring MP3 docking stations and plasma televisions. Your room comes with a pillowtop bed. Complimentary wired and wireless Internet access keeps you connected, and premium TV channels provides entertainment. Private bathrooms have designer toiletries and hair dryers.
Rec, Spa, Premium Amenities
Take advantage of recreation opportunities such as a 24-hour fitness center, or other amenities including complimentary wireless Internet access and concierge services.
Enjoy a satisfying meal at a restaurant serving guests of The Graham Georgetown. Quench your thirst with your favorite drink at a bar/lounge. Cooked-to-order breakfasts are available daily for a fee.
Business, Other Amenities
Featured amenities include complimentary high-speed (wired) Internet access, a 24-hour business center, and express check-in.
Stayed at the Hotel Monticello on weekend of June 12/13. Was very favorably impressed. Small lobby, no bar for after hours but that didn't matter because M street is filled with such establishments. Front desk personnel were affable and helpful. Great location. Fifty yards from M street and half a block from everything happening on the Potomac: restaurants, bars, boat rides, etc. Room which were actually suites were beautiful! Large sitting room with two chair and sofa and tv. Bedroom had nice queen and again tv. Four windows in our room was light and breezy. Would not hesitate to stay in this hotel again and would even encourage friends of mine to do same.
My parents and I recently stayed at the Hotel Montecello in Georgetown (Washington DC) and were very pleased with our experience. The rooms were spacious and the staff was friendly and helpful. It was also located in the heart of the Georgetown area, only steps from many shops and restaurants. It was also a very short walk down to the Washington Harbour which was lovely (nice view of the Kennedy Center). My only complaint would be that it was located a bit farther from the nearest Metro station than I would have liked. A 20 minute walk was fine in the mornings but in the evenings when we were returning from a full day of walking and sight-seeing, it seemed like a very long walk back to the hotel. Overall the expereience at the Hotel Montecello was wonderful and I would definitely recommend it to others and would stay there again myself.
The Monticello was in a great location, near M and Wisconsin Streets, plenty of restaurants and shopping... I felt safe even though I was traveling alone. I was pleased with the friendly and professional staff, as well as the roomy suite. It's a great value.
Great location near the waterfront and the canal, spacious rooms thoughtfully decorated with very comfortable beds and quality extras. Very nice continental breakfast, although it's realy designed as a breakfast bar (no seating area, so we carried it back to our room, which was a very pleasant suite nicely set up for multiple use). Helpful, pleasant staff, and very well maintained rooms and common areas. It was a little bit of a walk to the Metro (about a mile), but on very comfortable and pedestrian-friendly streets (we had a lot of company on our walks). The hotel is in a lively area, so expect a little noise in the evenings (and often into the early morning hours). Great selection of restaurants and shops in easy walking distance. We were pleasantly surprised--travelling with a teenager, it was nice to have a separate room in the suite with its own tv to give her some ''alone'' time while we relaxed in the master bedroom.
The hotel is unprofessionally run. The staff is rude. Few amenities for the price. No high-speed internet as advertised. \n \nThe valet damaged our car when attempting to pull it up from their very small garage. The front passenger side was gouged causing $* of body repair. My wife and I communicated with the head manager who refused to admit fault and their very amateurish insurance carrier was uncooperative. We are now stuck with a $* repair bill. \n \nThe bottom line, you may save money on the room, but you may also have your car mangled. Don't stay in this hotel.
I booked this room because of its location and close proximity to Washington Harbor. The staff couldn't have possibly been any more friendlier or helpfull. The hotel is one block from M street and all the shops. Two short blocks slightly downhill is the harbor with fabulous waterfront dining. About half a block away is the C&O canal where you can ride the boat pulled by horses. On M street you can take the buses into DC for all the sights. We will definitely return to this hotel!
I booked 1-bedroom suite for family of 4. It turned out that there was only one king-size bed in the bedroom and pull-out sofa in the living room. I was expecting 2 beds in the bedroom or this hotel shouldn't be available for booking for 4 people. Breakfast is very minimal and there is no breakfast room! Get ready to pay $30/day for parking. Great location!!
With the weather changing into the spring season the room was uncomfortably hot. Airconditioning was not available. The evening street noise and sirens with the windows opens did not add to the expected charm and ambience of this hotel. The continental breakfast was extremely minimal. A considerable walk to the metro...not convenient for coming and going. A good location for Georgetown and full-day excursions. Would definitely choose a different hotel on my next trip.
Great location in historic Georgetown near great shops and restaurants. The rooms are 2 room suites, very comfortable and relaxing, tastefully decorated. My only complaint is that DC was having unseasonably warm weather the first day of the trip, the room was very stuffy. When I complained they said they don't turn the air on until the second week of April! It should be based on need, not an arbitrary date. I would definately return to this hotel again but I would inquire about the status of the air conditioning before booking.
large elegant rooms. Fluffy white terry robes. Room had a bar area with small fridge, coffeepot and microwave. Nice marbled bath and large separate dressing area. Comfy beds. Lots of nice toiletries. Attentive staff accomodating to questions and requests. Great location for walking around Georgetown. We would return!
The hotel's location was fantastic. Located very near shops, various restaurants, and only about a 12 minute walk from the Metro.
This hotel is so comfortable - big rooms, great location, friendly staff. Continental breakfast rolls not too fresh but lots of choices nearby for breakfast so not a problem. Free internet terminal is also a plus. Rooms have refrigerator, coffee maker and small sink. Very nice for 4 day stay.
Our first three rooms had problems (broken window, room safe not working, unmade from last occupants)Finally we were moved down one floor (window lock was missing fixtures in the bathroom had been pulled-out) Tired of moving we took it. Nice linens on the bed, the mattress itself was firm and uncomfortable. Hotel's website claims complementary fruit and bottled water-absent. The nearest metro is Foggy-bottom (about a 15 minute walk through some questionable areas) Also there is a $28/day charge for parking. The staff was very friendly but this hotel will not receive another visit from us.
Having stayed in numerous hotels in the DC area, I expected the usual cramped room with outdated bathroom and kitchenette. Completely the opposite at the Monticello! You enter the front room, which had two couches (one was a bed), two chairs and a TV, plus a well designed kitchenette with a small refrigerator and microwave. The bedroom was huge with a king size bed. The bathroom was adequately sized with plenty of towels. Plus this is situated only 1/2 block off M Street and the canal and a block up from the Potomac River. We will be staying here again!!!