|General||24 hour front desk, ATM on-site, Air-conditioned, Bar/Lounge, Coffee shop, Express check out, Gift shop, No smoking, Parking (surcharge), Pool (outdoor), Sauna, Storage available|
|Services||A/V equipment rental, Business center, Concierge service, Laundry service, Meeting/Banquet facilities, Spa, Wedding services|
Excellent, 3,459 reviews across the web
|Service||95% found the |
|Hotel Building||Building is pleasant. 71% of guests gave positive comments.|
|Room Size||74% thought |
|Price||Price is reasonable. 72% of guests gave positive feedback.|
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The hotel was clean and the staff was quite helpful.
It's history Unfortunately they acted like they were better than average people
We stayed when the Ukrainian debutantes ball was bring held There were many perogies in the rooms allowed to go on
Location is one the best thing about this hotel. Zoo is just 0.8 miles away. You can get bus from there to anywhere. Also, taxi is available just below the hotel, so travel is not a problem. Rooms are clean and well maintained.
Only thing I did not like was the parking rates.Probably the best place to stay if you are visiting DC for a tour around the city. Complete peace of mind.
Beautiful facility. Great customer support!
noVery nice fitness center. Room service was fast, good was great.
Location and friendly staff. There is a certain elegance and class to the interior of the hotel.
I felt as though I was 'nickel and dimed for all services. A glass of wine via room service was $16.50. I live in California and the entire bottle of wine was worth less than $12.00. Valet parking was $34.00/ day. This hotel is over the top with extras.
Large hotel with several restaurants. Large comfortably furnished room. Close to restaurants.
Did not have the option to self park. The only had a valet. We parked there for 12 hours and it was $41 just to park. Too expensive. Also, restaurants were pricey. $17 for a burger.
This historic hotel maintained the charm and beauty of it's rich pay without sacrificing the modern luxury we expected from a hotel of this caliber. We loved reading about the hotel's history in the various displays around the lobby.
The window in the bathroom of our room let a bit of a cold draft in, And the heater was a little loud, but we were overall very very pleased with our room. Valley parking was pricy, but that is pretty typical for the area.If we really wanted to save the money for parking it would have been easy enough to park a bit out of town and ride the Red line metro to the Woodley park station a block away.
It was the right price and convenient to the metro.
The room did not have functioning outlets for anything other than what was actually plugged in. Had to charge electronics in the dining room.