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Inn went above and beyond to cater to our Passover needs. Friendly clientele - mostly foreign. Parking in DC is abysmal in general. Inn offers limited parking at 30/night. No one in reception when I checked in. The phone number I had been provided was a remote cite and they couldn't help. Breakfast was the same continental every day.
The outside environment around the Inn was nice The breakfast was advertised for a longer time than it was
The host were nice and very accommodating. The day of my check out they allowed me to leave my luggage there as I toured the city for the day. Room was just a wee on the warm side, but I managed.
the cat needs repairs
The location in the Dupont area is excellent, and the hotel's rooms decorated in period pieces -- complete with fireplace! -- and a small library-shelf of books gives the hotel a home-feel. Plus a friendly cat to greet you at the reception! I didn't realize until my last day that breakfast was served in the area down the stairs. I had thought that the coffee offered at the reception was the hotel's breakfast.
Far from the newest hotel on the market, it's welcoming and clean. From the house cat snoozing on the carpet on the stairs or landing, to the big communal breakfast table, it has the character of an older house. Quiet.
They did a good job trying to create a unique style for the hotel. Hotel is located in a nice district. No fruits for the breakfast.
The cat, the location, the price The bathroom was set up a bit weird but it functioned fine.
Location. Tiny room. Very dusty and old. Tiny bathroom. Old, squeaky bed.
Staff was very helpful with finding me a new room.
Location *only". Too much to write here. Parts of the hotel are not completely inside the hotel. In other words, when it is cold outside (my case), the hotel corridors (and rooms) are freezing. The hotel staff refused to giving me a single blanket and cited "full capacity" (a clear lie) as their excuse. They also refused to provide an itemized receipt at checkout: if you travel for business, you know how bad/outrageous/shocking/problematic this is...
We may have gotten the last available room on the Friday of the Valentines/Presidents Day weekend. Free coffee in the lobby (a lifesaver for me). Twin beds instead of a double, $5 charge for breakfast (which we took a pass on, if I have to pay for it I'll go somewhere else for breakfast), but my major complaint was about the heating system. Our room could be cold or it could be stifling, but there wasn't anything in between.
Loved the proximity to DC points if interest and U street. Room was always hot. AC did not work.
I liked the location and friendly staff. I enjoyed my stay a lot, I highly recommend Highroad Hostel. Sleeping on the top bunk meant I was super cold when the AC was on and sweating hot when it was off. Literally only complaint I have, everything else was great.
Very friendly staff, welcoming as soon as i arrived Modern Clean Close to the subway Honestly, i can't think of any disadvantages