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A great location within walking distance of the State Dept., where I was attending a conference. Staff was helpful. Renovated room in the north tower was beautiful. Spacious, super clean, full kitchen, new bathroom and carpeting. Comfy bed. CVS and a liquor store adjacent. Need to upgrade cable to HD service. No restaurants or cafes nearby--at least I couldn't find any.
The staff were helpful and nice and the location was convenient. The kitchen is a nice convenience, but not needed for a short stay. The carpet in the room was dirty. There is no fan or window in the washroom so steam from the shower stays in the room, this causes humidity and mold. I'm allergic to mold so this was very uncomfortable. The hotel has two towers, and only one common washroom with one stall located in the other tower. If you have a late flight out you can store your suit cases but no place to change. The toiletries were advertised as designer. It was bath and body brand. The washroom was dirty, hair in the tub. I don't recommend the Hotel for physically challenged guests as there are steep stairs up to the elevator from the lobby. I had to struggle with the suitcases up the stairs. Beware that the hotel charges if there are more than 2 occupants in the room. This was not disclosed at booking. They also charge for incidentals at check in. I found this Hotel to be Overpriced for what you get. I stayed at the Marriott down the street last year, I payed about the same and had a much nicer room, pool, etc.
State Plaza provides nice, basic business-type lodging with good service.
BEDBUGS. I had to launder everything and throw away my luggage. very annoyed. have stayed here before but will not be going back.
Kitchen and dressing area... very unique! TV didn't work very well. The front desk didn't know all the routes and ways to get to the DULLES airport.
* Room was a good size * Room included a kitchen area with full-size fridge and sink. The room was extremely cold, and when we turned the heat on, the vent blew colder air out. We called the front desk and were informed that they had "switched over" the system and that even though it was turned to heat it would only cool the room. We were told a space heater would be sent to the room, but one never arrived and then hours later we were told they were out of space heaters. If the heating and cooling system can be "switched over" then presumably it can be switched back, so my question for this hotel is if everyone was so cold that you ran out of heaters, why not switch the ability to heat rooms back on? Overall it was kind of bizarre and extremely inconvenient to have to wear coats indoors and put a damper on our otherwise-pleasant stay.
Liked price, location, staff's friendliness & helpfulness, updated rooms, kitchen, breakfast.
Just a few blocks from the museums, white house, etc. Only 40 feet from a CVS. Rooms were nice and clean. My Only complaint was that when asked about parking they told me they have a Valet. Afterwards a friend told me he parked himself for free. Not sure if they changed their rules or it was just poor communication. Either way i paid like 35$ extra each night.
Very clean and very well maintained. Nice accommodations. Nice staff. There was a transitional issue with the heating and air. We were between hot and cold days so the heat was the only option- no air conditioning. It was warm in the room on the hotter days- they did provide us with fans which helped. If it had been warmer outside it would have been very difficult to sleep.
Staff was friendly. Gave upgrade to a giant suite when they were out of the room I'd booked since I had arrived late. The hotel was old and it was obvious that it was old.
Very clean, room was nice. Staff was great. Pool not great, but we were sightseeing, so not a big deal.
The people next to our room was terrible. They had a party all night long and the courtyard staff seemed ignorant how much noisy they created to other guests.
The location was great and the value was excellent. We were told a breakfast was included so we expected a continental breakfast, but it was a la carte for fee instead. Not a huge deal though.
Walking distance to White House and monuments $40 a day for parking
The location was great! The hotel is only a few blocks from the White House and National Mall. The valet parking was $36 per day and I don't believe there were any self parking options available other than on the street. Street parking must be paid until 10:00 on Saturday night and is free on Sunday.
Nice room and clean and should be for $340 No fine dining within a 15 minute walk. Only college kid joints $36 a night to park the car?? Puh-lease! It costs less at the Ritz. Maid forgot to make up the room.
The room was very clean and the bed was incredibly comfortable. We ate breakfast at the in-hotel cafe and it was very good. They have a few booths in the cafe which have built-in TVs which would be very handy especially for families. It's a good location. There is a Subway and Starbucks on the same block and a CVS Pharmacy 2 blocks away which is open 24-hours a day. 3 1/2 blocks (1/3 mile) north is 2000 Penn Shopping Center with a bakery, Chipotle, Betucci's Brick Oven, and other restaurants and shops. The pool was small. There was a person swimming laps and the pool is so narrow that we felt like we were encroaching on her space.