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1. HighRoad Hotel Washington DC

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HighRoad Hotel Washington DC
Price / Quality
5
Available services
5
Location
5
Possibility of Parking
5
Wifi
5

Address: 1804 Belmont Rd NW, Washington, DC 20009

Telephone: (202) 735-3622

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Kelsey Carreiro: Great location...plenty to do/see/eat....nice walk to the metro (15 mins)/ walk to attractions (30 mins) walk is worth it!!! You can also ride a bike or scooter to locations. Hostel has two full kitchens, plenty of bathrooms, clean bed and sheets to sleep on. Decent for the price.....staff I'd helpful/friendly!!!

Simon Cardenas: Friendly staff, good location, beds are okay. Im definitely staying here if I come back

Nora: I’ve been here last February before the pandemic and I really enjoyed staying here the price so convenient and the staff were so nice and friendly they made sure that I get whatever I needed and they were so helpful and happy to help I honestly felt like home here and this is the only hostel I like among all hostels I’ve been at. Back then they served breakfast every day and there were some activities every week. Somehow everyone I met there was lovely and friendly we had so fun hearing each other stories and future plans. I’m so thankful for this experience. Also about the location it’s so nice there are plenty of restaurants and coffee shops in the area almost one block away. I highly recommend it.

Ellen SC: Such a lovely hostel. Was made to feel so welcome, like I was coming home. Beds were comfy and hostel was quiet enough to get a good nights sleep but also lots of social areas. Would definitely recommend!

Sarah: This is the nicest, friendlist, most thoughtful hostel I have ever stayed in. The comforter you sleep with is legitimately cozy and nice. Staff comes and cleans the place regularly and I was really heartened to see that fellow guest pitch in to try and take care of and respect the place. Staff are super accommodating and have thought through most things you will need. Bus schedules, TV channel menus, where to eat, directions on how to store your food (and fellow guest respect each others!). I was allowed to store my luggage in the lobby area on day of check out, which really helped when I scheduled a White house tour before my flight and wasn't allowed to take anything with me. They allowed me to use the first floor when I came back to wait for my flight. Everything about it felt like coming home. It was cozy and comfortable and I was around really great people. Older people had long conversations with younger folks and I met people from all over the world. The showers are nicer than mine at home! Ear plugs and night masks in the lobby and tea are a good touch. I also really appreciated the quiet hours at night. Also, the street they are on is amazing and has nearly every nationality of food you could possibly want. There is also a nice health foods market on the same block. One small suggestion! If there were more clothing hooks in the downstairs bathrooms to hang clothes while you shower and some better mirrors in some of the upstairs bathrooms, it would be great! Thank you for a great stay I will be back!

Emily Wakwe: Surprisingly excellent! 👏🏾 Only request is that mirrors or a mirror needs to be in the room.

ALI DAL: Wait.. what. Best $$ I've spent in awhile! Let me tell you why. As soon as I walked in, I was greeted by friendly staff. The lobby is as cozy as it gets! Antique yet modern with lots of amenities! Everything is available. Kitchen is free to use. Lots of bathrooms. I've never waited to go to the restroom. My room was small. Only beds and each guest gets a locker. That's a hostel so it's acceptable. Not to mention the affordablility. No complains here. I was looking for a hostel experience and I found it. I'd come back if I'm in town again.
Response: Wow, thank you so much for making our day!! The Management team here at the hostel are all world-travelers and have stayed in countless hostels. We compiled all the things that make the most comfortable and special stay for you - a cozy living room you actually want to be in, a clean and spacious environment, and honestly, never having to wait for the bathroom!! (We have an abundance of them!) See you the next time you're in D.C.! -Miyuki at the HighRoad Hostel DC

Lauren: Loved my stay at this hostel. The location is beautiful in a very lively neighborhood. A 5min walk gets you to the bus stop. It’s about a 20 min ride to the national mall and DCA. Spacious and clean rooms. The beds were comfortable although very squeaky. I had a room on the third floor and had the bathroom to my self every morning. Very friendly staff. Went out Saturday night with people from the hostel and had an incredible time. If you’re a solo traveler going to DC and thinking about booking any kind of accommodation I recommend this hostel.
Response: Hi Lauren, Thanks so much for a detailed review of the HighRoad Hostel DC. We're so happy to hear you enjoyed our beautiful neighborhood of Adams Morgan, our hostel amenities, and our Saturday night event, Bar Night! However, I'm sorry to hear that your bunk was squeaky. I can say with confidence that our beds are typically not noisy. We will do a spot check of the beds first thing tomorrow to ensure all beds do not squeak!! Please let us know if you have any other suggestions for us! We are always looking forward to guest comments to improve and provide the best service and experience for our guests. Safe travels and see you soon! -Miyuki at the HighRoad Hostel DC Team

Camryn King: My stay was AMAZING! the staff was extremely friendly and accommodating! All of the general areas, bathrooms, and my room was extremely clean and up to par. I really really loved staying here. I would suggest to anyone who may think about staying in a bigger room with more beds that your privacy may be worth the little extra fees. I stayed in a 14 bed mixed gender room and I don’t have any complaints, I just think I would prefer a more expensive room next time for more privacy 😊

Jeff Martin: This hostel is awesome! I’m a teacher, I brought 15 students here. The staff was incredibly responsive, helpful, prompt, and professional in advance of arrival. We were greeted by staff and shown to our rooms in a very welcoming manor. They were nice to me and my students. The showers are clean. the beds are very very comfortable and do not squeak when you turn over in them. The vide is hip and fun. The location is in the heart of the fun to be had in Adams Morgan. I will definitely recommend this hostel to others and will definitely plan to come back (without students) to have fun with this hostel as my home base!

2. Days Inn by Wyndham Washington DC/Connecticut Avenue

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Days Inn by Wyndham Washington DC/Connecticut Avenue
Price / Quality
5
Available services
5
Location
5
Possibility of Parking
5
Wifi
5

Address: 4400 Connecticut Ave NW, Washington, DC 20008

Telephone: (202) 244-5600

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Kelly Cunningham: The reviews do don’t do this place justice. It was great for the price! The room was extremely clean, beds were very comfortable, and it had everything we needed for our stay. Yes, it was a little outdated, but you’re not paying $500 a night to stay here. Also, parking is only $25 a night On Fridays and Saturdays. Sunday-Thursday have free parking. There is no full continental breakfast, but there is coffee and muffins.. BUT, you’re in DC go enjoy breakfast at a good diner!
Response: Dear Kelly, We're thrilled to hear that you enjoyed your time with us at Days Inn Washington DC, and we're happy that our clean, comfortable accommodations left a positive impression on you. Please come back to visit us again the next time you're in the area!

Lauren Klos: Although the hotel didn’t seem like much from the outside, the lobby is very nice and well-kept and the staff were very friendly. The room was clean and the bed very comfortable. I liked being able to walk to restaurants nearby and being in the city itself (instead of having to stay in North Bethesda for a similar rate). The one downfall was the nightly $25 rate for self-parking in their open garage.
Response: Dear Lauren, We are thrilled to hear how much you enjoyed your stay at Days Inn Washington DC. We agree; there is nothing better than a great staff and comfy bed to return to after a busy day, so we are happy you were impressed. Should your travels bring you back to the area, we hope you choose to stay with us again.

Phil Miller: It’s a Days Inn. Can’t expect a lot. It was inexpensive and room 410 was clean. It is within the DC square. That is a lot. People at the desk were great. No breakfast, no microwave and no refrigerator. The only breakfast restaurant close is a Burger King. Old building so bring your own wall plugs etc. We will make it work because of the location and cleanliness.
Response: Dear Phil, Hearing from our guests is essential as we constantly strive to enhance our guest experience, so thank you for reaching out. Though it was a pleasure having you, and we are pleased to hear you enjoyed our convenient location and friendly staff, we regret that other areas of your stay fell short for you. Rest assured, your concerns are valid and will be addressed internally as we evolve our services and property. It is our hope that you will consider staying with us again in the future for a better visit.

A. Rosenquist: My son and his friend were supposed to have a refrigerator but they said they didn’t have any due to Covid (?) but then they magically found one when I called and pointed out that we had a guest with a medical need for it. Be aware that they don’t charge the card you reserved with online unless you, the cardholder, are physically standing there holding it— not at all clear in the reservation process and very inconvenient in a city full of college students whose parents might want to pay from another place. It’s near the metro but other than that it’s not a particularly easy or pleasant place to stay.
Response: We appreciated the opportunity to host your son and his friend. Thank you for mentioning our convenient location near the Metro. While our accommodations are not equipped with a refrigerator, we're glad that our team was able to assist you with this request. Please know you can review a full list of our amenities on our website before making a reservation. If your son's travels bring him back to Washington DC, we hope he will return for an even better experience.

Hannah Mench: If you’re looking for an easy, no frills, clean, quiet, peaceful, safe place, on a main road, look no further. I stayed for one night just traveling through town and it was simple, tidy and perfect. Disclaimer: the bed was not the comfiest mattress in the world but it was fine, and hey, the lady at the front desk was nice so it balances out.
Response: Dear Hannah, We are delighted to hear we were exactly what you needed on your quick trip through town. From our clean, comfy accommodations to our friendly guest service, Days Inn by Wyndham Washington DC/Connecticut Avenue has everything one could need to enjoy a stay with us. While your bed wasn't to your preference, we're so happy our convenient location and peaceful atmosphere helped make up for it. The next time you're in town for a bit longer, depend on us again for the value you deserve!

Brayana Pettit: By far one of the worst hotels I've stayed in a long time. This is not a place one wants to come to for a nice time. The hotel looks nothing like the images with the exception of the outside! On the second floor where my room was located, felt unsafe. On all 3 nights I stayed was a fight in the A.M & P.M., guests slamming doors, screaming in the hallway, the stench of smoke (Marijuana and cigarettes) filled the hallways. Bathtubs and walls chipping of paint. No microwave, no refrigerator, and coffee maker didn't work. The only 2 reason I gave this hotel a 1 star is because I had to at least pick a star ave because the staff was nice.... other than that it's not worth the money. However I will say it is a convenient location. Close to train station and restaurants
Response: Dear Brayana, Thank you for being our guest in DC and for reaching out. We're sorry to hear certain aspects about our property weren't your preference. We always aim to provide a safe environment for our guests and to have our front desk team ready to assist should they be notified of any issues. It is nice to know you appreciated our convenient location and friendly service. Many thanks for the suggestions for how we can improve. Our team wishes you safe travels.

Folu A: Hotel was like a place that had its great days but now old and falling apart. Four stars for the location and its access to other things. There was a nice bookstore about 10minutes walk and the best coffee shop was just 1minute walk. The hotel itself is 2 stars. You can find cleaner places to sleep for same price or thereabouts. I was to spend 2nights there and even for such short stay, I couldn’t stay the second night. Staff was ok.
Response: Dear Folu, Though we are an older building, we do our best to maintain a high level of comfort. We're glad you still enjoyed the convenience of our location, and we hope for a chance to improve your perceptions the next time your travels point you in our direction.

3. Motel 6 Washington, DC - Convention Center

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Motel 6 Washington, DC - Convention Center
Price / Quality
4.8
Available services
4.3
Location
4
Possibility of Parking
4.1
Wifi
4

Address: 1345 4th St NE, Washington, DC 20002

Telephone: (202) 544-2000

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Chris Williams: Well honestly, when we walked in we gave a small gasp of surprise - it was better than we thought it’d be! (Which is to really say, it wasn’t as bad as we thought it’d be!) It seemed to be pretty clean and put in order, and we didn’t find anything gross or upsetting or anything. Overall it’s just fine, only a bit low quality - but what’s wrong with that for cheap dudes on a one night trip?? The bathroom didn’t have a fan, so I slipped and but my head trying to put on my underwear after I got out of the shower, since the floor was so slippery (since there was no fan). The room was pretty hot in the evening, and never cooled off; the ac didn’t change anything. When we turned the TV on for some reason the volume was literally all the way up, and of course the volume button on the remote only worked very slowly if you did it just right (needs patience!). Other than that, we found no other reasons for complaint. Would come back again if I needed to save money.

Bruce Carlton: Motel is poorly kept and rundown. Fixtures are loose and falling off the wall. Roaches were in the bathroom. Owner lied about his facilities on a popular reservation site. He listed laundry facilities that do not exit. He listed a snack bar that does not exist. The vending machine was practically empty, and the soda machine was out of order. The ice machine was also broken. There are no refrigerators in the rooms, and TV reception was extremely bad. The only positive was the proximity to the city, but you are completely surrounded by construction. Do not stay here! Repeat, do not stay here!

Alyssa Wright: WORST HOTEL EVER. Would never recommend to anyone ever. Me, my cousin, her boyfriend, and my army boyfriend all stayed here. We stayed two nights. At first we had trouble with the names that were on there so we had to call head quarters. Got it figured out. We payed $418. For that hotel that was way too high. In our room there was tobacco everywhere in weird places. Some crusty stuff on the floor. Sheets had burn holes. Room service came in without us there. In my cousins room there was no drawer in the stand and only one tv channel and they found 3 ROACHES. Went and told front desk. They didn’t care. We even asked for a different room and they said we’re sold out sorry. This place was terrible. No one was friendly. Constant noise. Had to yell and tell someone to turn down their tv. DO NOT GO HERE
Response: Hi Alyssa, We're sorry to hear that you didn't enjoy your stay with us, and we apologize for any inconveniences you may have experienced. We hope for the opportunity to improve your experience with us. Please visit again. Maz #Team6

Kacper Jarecki: This is a substandard hotel. The location is good: it's in a trendy neighborhood and there is a Trader Joe's in walking distance. But the Wi-Fi signal is very weak and slow, there are no reading lights by the bed, not even a clock, no fridge or microwave, the room smells bad, the sheets have holes, the TV has static, and worst of all, the roaches! I wanted to eat something on the table, but there was a dead roach on it! So gross! Not to mention all the live roaches running around, including on the bed and in the bathtub. I left early because this place is disgusting. You're better off to sleep in your car in the parking lot. This is not a good value because of the aggravation you'll experience.

Alexia Huerta: ***BEWARE BED BUGS*** WORST place ever, booked last week to stay one night for an event @ National Park Stadium. It was over a 2 hour drive to get here and were relying to stay the night. WE checked in, put our belongings away and left to our event. Came back to finally rest passing 1AM and could not even get 1 hour of sleep and SURPRISE we get bit by bed bugs!!! We make the reception aware of the situation and instead of apologizing he seems bothered or offended by making him aware! We asked for a refund and gentleman seemed like we were annoying him. He stated “well it’s too late now can’t go inspect the room” and even asked for “proof/pics” of the bugs. Asked him if he was the manager and after a long thought/pause he said yes. We had to leave and look to stay elsewhere. Keep in mind by this point it was like 2 am already. So disappointed. We did not ask for compensation as a result of getting checked up for the bites and inconvenience of having to stay elsewhere. They should consider themselves lucky…

Paul Schmit: Staff and housekeeping were nice, room was clean. That's the only good things I can say. Lots of urban guests who seem to be long-term tenants making noise all night. And this was in cold winter. I can only imagine how noisy it would be in summer. Too much sketchy traffic in and out of the rooms. Outddor ice machine is broken, no coffeemaker, fridge, or microwave in room. TV only got analog signals, remote didn't work, too much static to watch. I didn't expect much for the price, and I didn't get much lol.
Response: Hi Paul, We appreciate you recognizing our excellent service, though it sounds like your stay might not have been as comfortable as you anticipated. We apologize for any inconvenience and appreciate you taking the time to share your feedback with us. We hope for the opportunity to improve your experience with us. Please visit again. Lilith #Team6

Addae Hicks: Once we got to the hotel, there was a crazy person yelling in the street outside, she wandered into the Motel and started banging on the windows. We told the receptionist and he literally did nothing but look at Woman, mind you we had Highschool students with us and they were terrified. I also have pictures of the beds having cigarette buds all over the bottom of the mattres with residue. It was entirely terrible and nothing was done to fix the issue. We left and got a new hotel. Overall -10/10
Response: After reading your review, we’re disappointed to learn that we fell short of your expectations. We’re constantly trying to improve in order to provide the best guest experience possible, so we appreciate your honesty. In the meantime, we’ll look into these issues and do our best to address them. Thanks again for your time, and we hope to see you again soon. Nancy Y. #Team6

4. Days Inn by Wyndham Washington DC/Gateway

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Days Inn by Wyndham Washington DC/Gateway
Price / Quality
5
Available services
5
Location
5
Possibility of Parking
5
Wifi
5

Address: 2700 New York Ave NE, Washington, DC 20002

Telephone: (202) 832-5800

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C G: The rooms are affordable but needs work. The curtains are dirty and stained. The sheets are dirty. Black mold on the ceilings and in the shower. If you need to make calls there's an additional charge for the phone. The parking is terrible and they recently updated the policy so there's an additional charge for parking. If you need to use the restroom there's no restrooms in the lobby. If you arrive early there's an additional charge for the room if you show up before 3. There's breakfast but the hours for breakfast are basically 7-9:30 so really you might as well just say there's no breakfast. The floors should be swept and mopped. They're swept so they give the appearance of being clean but if you take off your shoes and go shower and walk out without socks or shoes you will find that the bottom of your feet will be black. The location is fairly centralized but you're right off the freeway so your best option is to take the other exit so you can actually get to the street without causing an accident. Long story short it would be in your best interest to find another location altogether.

BriAnna Glenn: Room and bathroom had black mold. It had bugs, such as ants and some type of milipede or centipede. The beds were dirty, so they never changed them before we got there. Breakfast ended early, 7-9:30, what kind of hours is that??? Extra fee to check in early, $20. I'm just disgusted and disappointed. Pool was also shut down with no explanation as to why it wasn't open. I would never recommend, nor will I ever return. Disgusting floors, they had the bottoms of my feet black and I had just walked out of the shower. The sink had something greasy all over it? As if it had never been cleaned. The curtains had mystery stains and holes in them. My God, it had the appearance of a horror movie. Also had water spots in the ceiling, so you can tell water comes into the room often. The walls were yellow, not from the wallpaper, bur just because they are that gross. In certain spots you can tell they used to be white. Just don't freaking go. You also have to pay for parking?? They also rent out the parking lot when they have an inn full of guests. Disgusting behavior. You'll talk to them, and they just continue to look at their phones and barely respond. They will never get my money again.

Brittany Watkins: The reviews on here are a bit extra I think... This is a decent hotel! I stayed this past weekend for the 1st time visiting DC and it was clean and they were very helpful. You have to get your own extra towels and they dnt clean your room until u checkout but it was not a bad stay at all. I will stay again. They have a laundry room and vending machines and ATM in the lobby.

Michelle Casares: I rent rooms for our construction crews several times throughout the year. Working with this motel has been THE WORST experience I have had by far. I should have known that a chain that would not allow us to "direct bill" was not trustworthy. They gave us a monthly rate since our crew was scheduled to be in the area for 6 weeks. The project was postponed so our crew only needed to stay there for a few weeks. I asked the motel to charge us the regular rate and credit our corporate card for the remainder. Of course I got the runaround and they are wanting to charge us for time that our crew will not be there. There was no where in any documentation that said we would have to pay for time that we did not use the room. DO NOT do business with this motel. Fair warning.

Charles Ransom, Sr.: It's just a safe place to stay. Ignore the television - it works, but barely. If you need quiet, stay above the 1st floor.The sheets on the bed show a good bit of ware, but they appear to be clean. Despite the appearance, the bathroom is shower only.

Scarlett Fascetti: The place is really dirty, their were cockroaches in the lobby area. We had no choice but to stay there for one night since we could not get our money back or find anything better in the area. This is not a place that I would ever stay at. I don’t do fancy but I do clean. The bathroom in the lobby was so gross and smelled like throw up that my mother eyes teared and almost threw up herself. I felt bad for my guest and I apologized tremendously. The pool as you can probably guess, close with a cover on it on a 85 degree day at the end of June. There’s nothing I can say that’s positive except the bed was clean, the bathroom in the room were old and gross. We got up at crack of dawn to leave. Pay a little more do research about the area before you go there. Cause the area where it was was just as bad.

T D: Made reservations and then tried to ask for a refund, said because it was prepaid that couldn't happen. Rooms was dirty, service was non existent. Tried to ask for fresh towels and they made it seem like it was a big deal. After the second day I just left all the trash out front with the towels, came back from the days Adventures and stuff was still out there. Only positive was our amazing Uber driver. So I guess don't stay here

Angela Thompson: Decent is the best I can give. We did sleep well. You pay $10 for parking (I'm assuming it pays for the guard for the parking lot that only let's in cars with the parking permit), $100 cash or charge to your card for incidentals which is reimbursed. But the bathroom was not clean. The previous guest's hair was still in the shower. Grime on walls and dirty fingerprints all over the bathroom door. Sink was not clean when we arrived.

Sean Kelly: I can't believe I paid as much as I did for this. It's in a really bad location. It's old. It's broken. My toilet ran all night and flushed loudly all night. The refrigerator was louder then the ac which was still not loud enough to block out all the traffic noise. The curtains are broken and leaves crack people can just look in. I had a bullet hole in the window. The employee are not nice don't care and will not give you a refund. House keeper wake you up at 7am to ask if you are going to check out today. If you need a late check it out it close more money. DO NOT BOOK HERE

Charlie Decker: Made reservations on line using hotels.com, it set the wrong date. I made another for the right date and had the original reservation cancelled using hotels,com with a 100% insurance. It was cancelled 15 days prior to check in and they or Days in will not refund the money and hotels.com says they can do anything. On to the staff at front desk , the 2 people I felt to checking in and checking out were great. Very helpful and informative. The rooms are good , the screwed down tv was funny. But after watching the drug deals go down in the room beside my I understand. I would have given a 4 ⭐ but the refund policy is a joke.

5. District hotel

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District hotel
Price / Quality
4.6
Available services
4.8
Location
4.4
Possibility of Parking
4.7
Wifi
4.1

Address: 1440 Rhode Island Ave NW, Washington, DC 20005

Telephone: (202) 232-1690

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m.: A little apprehensive going in as price was so good and there was no one at front desk upon arrival. However, turned out to be the perfect place to stay for a one night visit. I lucked into a great room with large windows which gave a perfect view of the street out front. The room was very bare bones but super clean. Bed was OK. TV listing would be nice. AC heat unit was quiet and super efficient. Room even had a ceiling fan. No microwave in room, teeny tiny one in lobby next to 24 hour coffee and tea. No restaurant or gym. Ice machine on second floor. If you are looking to eat on a budget, there is a Whole Foods Market right around the corner (all kinds of hot and cold prepared foods, even pizza.) I will stay here again. Nice lady at front desk works some long shifts!

パラダイス: Well, the rooms aren't as they seem. It looked larger on pictures, but if you like compact rooms this is for you. No mini fridges/kitchen area, one medium sized room w one bed, smallish bathroom.. Compact. That's not really what bumped down the rating though. Sometimes when I would sleep I'd feel something crawling on me, and a recent previous post said they had roaches in their room.... Put two and two together... Yikes. Not worth the price unfortunately.

Alex W.: The room phone land line doesn't work. You can't rich the receptionist. You need to call from your cellphone. There is no mini refrigerator. Electric switch didn't work. Basic tv channel, TV doesn't work properly and sticky TV remote control. For two people only three towels Front desk person careless. These room are no views. The last thing no breakfast. The hotel absolutely doesn't worth that kind of price.

PaulDonovan Reynolds: Lots of chipped flooring and paint on walls in halls and room. Loose wiring from rm ceiling. TV wouldn't work (flickered) but the worst thing was cockroaches in my room. Wobbly wifi which took slow count to 15 to load any website page which was not mostly text. One photo attached to email took 25 seconds to download. For this I paid over US$200. Incredible. With 60 rooms they are now earning 12,000 per day. Spend some money on renos, pest control and Wifi

Steve Henderson: It's been a while since I checked into a Hotel. Front desk was kind and courteous. It was worth booking here for the capital pride events, as you're right at the heart of everything.

Erick Ramos: Rooms are pretty small but affordable for the area. Room service cleans up daily so had no issues with cleanliness. They provide amenities such as shampoo and soap. Would recommend just for sleeping but don't expect much to do at the hotel itself

Ambar Robinson: I enjoyed my stay great staff and clean room. Elevator works and good wifi for work. I would stay again.

Edward A. Gray: Very nice and clean staff was excellent. Location was perfect for me to walk around DC. I would stay here again.

Andrew R: nice hotel in a not busy area that is a good deal near restaurants and convenience store to get you through a DC trip

Marsha Royal: No frills but well priced for the area. Walking distance to stores, restaurants and the bus. Helpful staff.

6. Motel 6 Washington, DC

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Motel 6 Washington, DC
Price / Quality
4.3
Available services
4.8
Location
4
Possibility of Parking
4.6
Wifi
4.3

Address: 6711 Georgia Ave NW, Washington, DC 20012

Telephone: (202) 722-1600

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Suleng Patrick: There’s a first time for everything.. and this is the first and last time I’ll ever stay at a Motel 6. Where do I begin? First and foremost the front desk agent was the best thing about the place. Her spirit and smile is too good to work at a dump like that. The first room I got to smelled like a box of cigarettes. I stood there for less than 5 min and decided that this wasn’t gonna work. I was able to switch rooms with another guest who checked in right after me…being that they hadn’t made it to their room yet. I get to the room - cool. The beds were uncomfortable, walls are thinner than paper, and in the light fixture in the bathroom im just gonna assume the black spots were mold. Also the ceiling in the bathroom is bubbling up. I’ve never stayed in a place as badly as this. I didn’t expect a mansion but I also didn’t expect this travesty. People deserve better since we are spending money to be there. Also, there was a woman who kept harassing people and ultimately fell asleep in the hallway. I believe the police were called but still - management do better.

Ramon Ocasio: Came to run the rock n roll half marathon. Just needed a room for the night. Very clean staff was very friendly and courteous. Will definitely stay here again
Response: Hi Ramon, We are glad you had a great experience and appreciate your feedback! We look forward to providing your future lodging needs. Maz K. #Team6

Kristy Reliford: Room smelled, our room was not cleaned any of the 4 days we stayed eventhough we ask for it to be several times! Our trash was running out into the floor our toilet was clogged for 3 days before anyone came to fix it the only way we got clean towels was to go get them!!! Horrible experience!
Response: Hi Kristy, On our behalf, we would like to apologize for the inconvenience you incurred while being our guest. This is not our standard, and we take reports of poor service and poor cleanliness very seriously. We are committed to guest satisfaction and appreciate you taking time to review your experience. Thank you for bringing this to our attention. Maz K. #Team6

Michael Watkins: ...skip this Motel6 and block site completely once delete before thinking healthcare relationship from a nonprofit organization that host visitors - lower floor check-in reservation at least. Consumers Regulatory Agency's needs to retrench Motel6 location similarities with today's entity's - Customer Service is similar to PayPal bad misleading financial concentration and previous others year's attitude but no refunding - no credit.
Response: Thanks for taking the time to review your recent stay with us. We’d like to apologize for any inconvenience you experienced as a guest. We hold ourselves to a high standard and plan to give this issue the attention it deserves. It’s valued guests like you who are always driving us to be better, and we appreciate you bringing this to our attention. Nancy Y. #Team6

Tori THE MOMMY McNeal: The employees were not helpful. I think I detected a hint of rudness while checking in just because I asked her to repeat what she had said so I hear her correctly. Also we seen about 5 roaches. If you need somewhere cheap to stay go for it...but if you don't have to, I wouldn't recommend it. P.s. Has a odor through out the hallways.
Response: Hi Tori, Thank you for taking the time to share your review. We are committed to provide a comfortable night's rest and are disappointed to learn that we fell short of your expectations. We would like to apologize that your stay was less than satisfactory. We are committed to guest satisfaction and appreciate you taking time to review your experience. Maz K. #Team6

Brian Beal: the rooms are god awful and you can hear any and everything in the surrounding rooms and parking lot staff did their best with what they had it's nice because it's in DC, and not the suburbs. but the part of DC that it's in is still not very close to anything and can be unpleasant.

Jason Broughton: Standard rooms. Some are spacious due to corner locations. Overall good. People are constantly coming to the location but noise is minimal from experience in being a the location.

Cynthia White: Do not under any circumstances stay here. The rooms are atrocious. The room and shower conditions are terrible. Characters staying living there. Dark hallways and no amenities.
Response: After reading your review, we’re disappointed to learn that we fell short of your expectations. We’re constantly trying to improve in order to provide the best guest experience possible, so we appreciate your honesty. In the meantime, we’ll look into these issues and do our best to address them. Thanks again for your time, and we hope to see you again soon. Nancy Y. #Team6

7. Ivy City Hotel

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Ivy City Hotel
Price / Quality
5
Available services
4.7
Location
4.5
Possibility of Parking
4.1
Wifi
4.8

Address: 1615 New York Ave NE, Washington, DC 20002

Telephone: (202) 529-3900

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Jarrod Schad: Very rowdy location. We called the front desk twice about someone pounding on both our door and windows past midnight. Staff did not address the issue. It took 3 separate requests to get a clean towel on our 2nd night of our stay. They did not drop off clean sheets like they promised either. It was a very poor experience, and we will not be staying here again. I do not recommend. The little you save is not worth the headache.

John Beck (BeekrJR): Overall, the rooms were OK. Looks like they were recently remodeled but the phone didn't work. Couldn't get any additional towels until the following day and the rooms weren't even touched unless you asked them to be at the front desk. Never did get any more coffee even though we asked everyday. The area is VERY SUSPECT. Sounded like a brawl was happening right outside our door every night. Police showed up in the parking lot to arrest someone who was assaulted at knife point. Prices were decent but not worth the peace of mind.

Emily Roberts: Checked immediately for bed bugs, didn't notice any signs of them, but the floor was dirty, towels were stained and ripped, there were people loitering in parking lot, and the room smelled like smoke and urine. There were people outside late into the night and early in the morning, yelling, banging on doors, and being so loud that we couldn't sleep. Overall vibe is gross and sketchy. Spend some more money and stay somewhere a little nicer if you can.

Anthony Bryant: I wouldn't recommend as a good place to go if you're looking to hang in the city D.C. because it's far. I wouldn't recommend for a business or vacation spot. The bathroom is horrible: toilet is not well kept,, shower curtain is dirty & has mold, tub is dirty, and the water in the tub is hard to drain. The bedsheets had strains on them. This is a motel, not a hotel. The door couldn't close all the way.

Luisa Gomes: This place is horrible there is nothing good about it. We stayed for 3 nights due to a low budget which was a mistake. 1st room: After taking a quick shower, I noticed that the water wasn't draining. So, I called the front desk to get it sorted and the staff told me that he would give me a plunger so that I can fix it myself. I was extremely outraged and the straw that broke the camel's back was when we noticed that the microwave wasn't working. As a result, I went to the front desk to complain and I was given another room. 2nd room: there was a horrible stench of cigarettes which didn't disappear after 3 nights. Moreover, there were people constantly screaming (one even try to get into our room), noise, loitering and more screaming throughout the night. 1st and 2nd nights: The bedsheets are extremely rough and the bed is uncomfortable. There is always someone outside of your room making noise or smoking. There is no security in the building so god forbids if something happens to you. 3rd night: Our keys stopped working and we had to return to the front desk to get it sorted. The staff fixed our keys without asking for an ID. Loitering, people screaming outside continuous. Another safety concern: the smoke detector is missing from the room. See the picture. I would strongly recommend you to do not even look at this place.

Yaritza Oliveras: Horrible! Where do I start? I know most hotels catfish you with their pictures but this was another level. When you first drive in the parking lot was full of trash. We check in go the the room; 1st the door did not properly close. 2nd both beds had huge stains right in the center. (Added the tv was already on that was just kinda weird) floors were dirty, toilet wouldn't flush. Shower floor was dirty and some of the towels had stains. But once we got passed all that. There were people out side our room all night screaming talking blasting music one even knocked at our door so loud at 3 in the morning, it was 7 am and these people were still there. Our room phone will right at random times during the night not long enough to answer it. The point is you get what you pay for and if you can afford spending a little more i would do it this place was a no go for me horrible experience.

Natasha Bank: Staff was nice and friendly. Clean renovated rooms, towels, bed sheets etc. Will definitely come back if I needed to. Deposits are refundable if you Haven’t SMOKED in the rooms.

Jessica Bular: Definitely was catfished by the photos online, and I regret not reading reviews before booking. It's not a hotel, it's a motel. Checked for bedbugs right away, we were lucky there weren't any. There was, however, cigarette burns in all the blankets, stains on the mattress, and something on the shower ceiling. There was a security guard at night, which is good. It sufficed for one night, but I wouldn't return.

Mirella Cazzola: We booked 2 nights but only stayed 1. Walls, ceilings and windows were paper thin and could clearly hear traffic, trains, yelling, swearing and carrying on right outside our room. No place to hang coat or anything else. We did not feel safe. We didn't even want to shower there!

Jeannellys Gonzalez: This place is so trash. Currently staying here, I’ve experienced stain sheets, stained towels, and a dirty atmosphere. Worst part of the night is that there is no noise control. I had to wake up to someone banging on my door. This is a poor quality hotel since I’ve been in DC. If you want a nice hotel and sleep, go to Moxy. This ain’t it

8. Club Quarters Hotel White House, Washington DC

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Club Quarters Hotel White House, Washington DC
Price / Quality
4.3
Available services
5
Location
5
Possibility of Parking
4.8
Wifi
4

Address: 839 17th St NW, Washington, DC 20006

Telephone: (202) 463-6400

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Derek Kruger: Make sure to use ʜoᴛᴇʟʙoʟʟʏ.ᴄᴏm when booking any room. This site will compare countless hotel sites and usually will have prices a lot cheaper compared to others! You're welcome :)! This place is the best rated in the area. I've been coming here for years. If you stay for a few days you for sure will love it I'm sure! Super friendly staff!! They upgraded me with my pet to a larger room on the top floor with a view of the park across the street. Technology was awesome - could connect phone to TV. Everything was super clean! They also have water on every floor for the guests! The only thing I can “complain” about is there is no parking available. However, there is a garage around the block for $40 overnight. Last, there is no extra fee for a pet. Just have to sign a waiver. Will definitely stay here again if I am ever back in DC!

Amanda Sykes: Super friendly staff!! They upgraded me with my pet to a larger room on the top floor with a view of the park across the street. Technology was awesome - could connect phone to TV. Everything was super clean! They also have water on every floor for the guests! The only thing I can “complain” about is there is no parking available. However, there is a garage around the block for $40 overnight. Last, there is no extra fee for a pet. Just have to sign a waiver. Will definitely stay here again if I am ever back in DC!

Emily palmer: We had a very nice experience here! The hotel is in a super convenient location for public transportation especially the silver, orange, and blue line. There were many bus stops within a couple blocks although we didn't take those as much. The hotel itself was very clean. You need your room keycard to use the elevators which made it feel safe. The staff were very kind and helped us out a lot. Our room was one with 2 twin beds, not the biggest but was very comfortable for the 2 of us. The complimentary free water bottle refills turned out to be very useful. We were here for spring break so it helped save us having to pay $10 for a bottled water at a museum or food truck. The only thing was it is on a fairly busy city street. It wasn't a big problem for us, but if you need quite maybe try getting a room on a higher up floor. We were on floor 5 and the noise was loud sometimes.

Tyler Stalletti: Staff was friendly but the hotel is of sub-par quality. Entering the room I actually thought it was great but then I noticed some things. The bathroom is small but it was gross as I smelled mildew. The tile flooring and walls in the shower were covered in mildew. Even the bottom of the show curtain had mildew. The bathroom had a drop ceiling which looked dirty and if the shower had mildew I’m sure the tile ceiling had it also. That’s not the worst part, I noticed when running the air conditioner I began to sneeze. I was out all day on Saturday walking dc with no problem. As soon as I went into my room and turned on the A/C I began sneezing. Left for dinner and kept sneezing which was horrible. After a few hours out I stopped sneezing. As soon as I came back to the hotel room which had the air running I started sneezing again. I can’t guarantee it was the air conditioner but their was definitely something in that room making me sneeze. The remote for TV also had white stuff all over it and was also gross. It was supposed to be all sanitized in a clear bag but obviously not. I honestly almost asked for my money back but the staff was so friendly that I didn’t want to.

Dominic Carpin: I love this place. It's pet friendly and there's no extra charge. The rooms are very clean and modern. There's a Butler Service where you can get reasonable food delivered to your room. On the second floor it has a cappuccino machine that dispenses espresso or americanos. Filtered water that is chilled is available in the hallway complete with plastic bottles. Nice view of Farragut Park from our window. Comfortable bed. Nice big flat screen TV. Bathroom, while small was well-appointed with modern countertops and fixtures. Shower, no bathtub. No mini fridge.

Samia Muhammad: This hotel 🏨 is best choice to be near from all activities near by such as White House. I highly recommend this hotel. The stuff especially Aline is amazing and helpful she changed my room next day to have a best view. The lounge in second floor has a fresh coffee ☕️. There is a water free.

Wei Hsu: We stayed here for two days, and I think I chose the best hotel in Washington DC! The location is great! Close to everywhere on foot. Including White House, monument and some museums! Also five mins away from subway station on foot! The service here is also great! The lobby is clean and make people feel comfortable. Next time when I travel to DC, I will choose this place again!

Alejandro Nuñez-Jimenez: Great value in an unbeatable location. Got a last minute deal and stayed in a Standard Queen Room for $180 pre-tax, which turned out to be a corner room on the 8th floor. No views, but amazing value. The room was spotless, reasonably large, and very nicely decorated. The bed was very comfortable. AC worked great. I appreciated the nice lighting, complimentary coffee, and bedside alarm clock with a loud speaker (which allowed me to listen to my own music). The staff was extremely attentive and helpful. Despite having to deal with multiple customers simultaneously, they managed to not have anyone waiting for long. Definitely one of the highlights. The other one is the hotel location. In DC, on this price range, you can't do any better. Literally less than 5 min walking to the White House. I will surely be back when visiting DC.

D Howe: Stayed here in May 2022. One of the best big city hotel experiences I’ve had. It’s not fancy and the rooms are basic but they’re spotless, the place is quiet, bathrooms are modern and clean, the staff is polite and helpful. Highly recommend this property. There is a Boulanger in across the street that serves up incredible breakfast items. Right next to a mtetro station.

Ganindu Madhawa: Stayed here for a week in Autumn 2017 and cost me around 260$/day just for the stay without meals. Obviously the rooms are comparatively smaller so was the bathrooms. . However it was perfectly equipped with needs for single person stay and I would say the stay was comfortable. The reception staff was so friendly The place is located in the heart of the busy suburbs and just few hundred yards from The White House, Renwick Gallery and a number of free museums. Rooms were clean.

9. Dc International Hostel 2

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Dc International Hostel 2
Price / Quality
4.5
Available services
5
Location
4.3
Possibility of Parking
4.7
Wifi
4.6

Address: 1418 9th St NW, Washington, DC 20001

Telephone: (202) 518-3160

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Angus Bezzina: I never write reviews, but I feel compelled to write this to warn other people not to stay here. My stay was one of the worst experiences of my life. I can concede a lot given this place had an average review to begin with, but during my time here, I saw more rats than I did people, my food was taken and to cap it off, on the third night of my stay, they booked somebody else into my bed so that when I came back I had nowhere to sleep. I tried calling reception multiple times to resolve this, but they never answered and so I spent the night trying to sleep in the lobby. When I asked them to refund the rest of my stay the next day, they accused me of lying and yelled at me. They still have not refunded the money. Honestly after my experience there I would rather sleep on the street than in that hostel and if it was possible I would give them a negative rating.

Maria Gama: The man on the front desk was extremely rude to me and other people waiting to check in. He could not speak english very well and Apparently they overbooked the place and simply was telling people to walk away (in the rudest way) even though they PAID AHEAD. This one couple was from Chicago I felt bad. Even though this guy was extremely rude I had to stay because all the other hotel rooms in DC were booked and the few available was crazy expensive. All the other guests seem to be homeless people this one lady was talking to herself the entire night it was the scariest thing. Place was dirty appliances were dirty/broken, no dishes no utensils. I am never going back there, don't recommend it. filthy hostel and rude manager.

Carson Peck: Similar to a homeless shelter. The service is terrible and the rooms are just as bad. I reserved my room hours in advance and checked in and made my bed. When I came back to my bed that night some guy was sleeping in it. So I said screw it and had to drive 3 hours to my house. You’re better off pitching a tent in the middle of DC than staying here.

Siran Skill: Cockroach in the room, humidity on the wall of the closet, not enough shower (1 for 12 people), they're not cleaned often obviously. The kitchen is small, no place to hang out outside of the dor and finally, the bed make noise each time you moce and are hard as he'll. Clearly the worst stay I've ever had ever.

Jul Athen: Good simple hostel. You have everything you need. The kitchen has no cooking options but a microwave. The reception is often without staff :D one bathroom for eight persons..

Louisa Wu: You get what you pay for. I stayed with some lovely women which was luck of the draw. Would have preferred if there were lockers for valuables.

Nathalie: First of all, there were hairs on my bed, the bathroom is too dirty...at the night I was sleeping alone and someone opened the door and turn on the light at 12pm, who left some things and took some stuff into the closeth, and I realized he was a homeless then left the room, after an hour he came back and doing somethings in the closeth, I was so nervous, and he prepared a bed next to my bed and sleep, in this moment I decided to take my stuff to go out the room, I didn´t know what to do, because It was at 2am after that I waited on the first floor for 5 hours, no one in there... I saw a mouse and cockroach in the kitchen and when I came out that place, I saw two homeless pleople sleeping outside.

Kyle Koala: As a business owner, it is your responsibility to make sure the prices online are accurate for booking. Upon getting inside, I was told the actual price was about $10 more, than what I had it booked for. And that annoyed me. It annoys me when I'm told what something costs. I pay that cost, and then it's like, actually never mind it costs more than that. Do better. If the slew of one-star Google Maps reviews didn’t already creep me out enough, there's even a creepy crowd of people hanging around outside of it, saying creepy things. There are quite a few other listings on the HostelWorld app. Maybe try out a capsule hotel instead of this, if you're considering staying the night in this city.

Katsiaryna Ramaniuk: Horrible! 0/5Dirty hostel, with random people just from the street roaming in the common area without even a place booked, the staff is never at his place, last but not least bed bugs!!! Respect yourself, never even come near this place.

Nick Cruise: It was very poor. I have traveled and vacationed over 30 countries. First off I left an email saying that I won't arrive till 1030pm because my flight arrives at 9pm and to get there was another hour or so. I asked to have me accommodate or leave the keys for me when I arrive.I get there at the hostel and they did not have a key or room for me. So the next day, when I tried to get my money refunded for the night or at least to get a free night, they still would not accommodate me for that. The old guy at the front desk, was very rude and had no sense of customer service. He could barely speak English and so there was a language barrier as well. The only good thing about the place was it was cheap. I would not recommend the place to anyone. I should have read the reviews about the bed bugs and other bad reviews before coming in to this one.

10. Comfort Inn Downtown DC/Convention Center

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Comfort Inn Downtown DC/Convention Center
Price / Quality
4.1
Available services
4.5
Location
4.3
Possibility of Parking
4.1
Wifi
4.1

Address: 1201 13th St NW, Washington, DC 20005

Telephone: (202) 682-5300

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Derek Kruger: Remember to use ʜoᴛᴇʟʙoʟʟʏ.ᴄᴏm when booking any hotel. This website will compare hundreds of booking websites and usually will have prices a lot cheaper than others! You're welcome :)! This resort is one of the highest rated in this area. I've been coming here for a very long time. If you stay for a few nights you for sure won't be let down. This hotel was very conveniently located for my trip to DC. The price was excellent, the service was excellent and the breakfast was the best I’ve come across included in the room cost. I will most definitely return! Book with confidence! I want to thank Avvy in the breakfast room for keeping everything super super clean, stocked and fresh. I forge the gentleman at the front desks name but he was awesome too. Well done to the Comfort Inn DC staff. Had a great time. Thank you
Response: Hi Derek, It is extremely satisfying to see that your stay was satisfactory. Your appreciation for Avvy and the breakfast are highly encouraging.This will surely motivate us to raise the service benchmark.Thanks for your generosity and being our preferred guest. We expect many more opportunities to host you. Sincerely, Hotel Manager.

Lydia Damm: It is a hotel with a good location (just about a 30min walk away from the White House or a 40min walk to the Capitol Hill or the Smithsonian Institution). The staff is friendly, courteous and ready to solve problems quickly. I was allowed to check in earlier, although you are actually not supposed to check in until 3pm. But: The rooms and especially bathrooms are very old and small. They also could be cleaner. The air conditioning was very loud. It woke me up several times at night. I even had a mouse in the room (I know that this is not the fault of the hotel staff, but it's not very comfortable to share a room with a mouse), so I had to ask for another room at the reception. Fortunately, this could be changed quickly without extra charge. The breakfast (only "grab and go" because of Covid) was more mediocre - no fresh fruits and no choice of what you would like for breakfast. All in all, the money I paid was not worth it.

ajaye b: The hotel is an older building (with the nuances particular to them), however it was perfect for my conference stay, reasonably priced, and very convenient to walk to the conference center with a variety of independent restaurants nearby. The staff members I met (front desk, housekeeping) were professional, thorough, helpful, and always pleasant. I would certainly stay there again, and easily recommend it to others.
Response: Dear Ajaye, It has been a great pleasure having you as our valued guest. We are immensely grateful for your appreciation. We are delighted to read that you enjoyed the friendly service delivery extended to you by the team. Looking forward to the pleasure of serving you during future stays with us. Sincerely, Hotel Manager

Mike Williams: This hotel was very conveniently located for my trip to DC. The price was excellent, the service was excellent and the breakfast was the best I’ve come across included in the room cost. I will most definitely return! Book with confidence! I want to thank Avvy in the breakfast room for keeping everything super super clean, stocked and fresh. I forge the gentleman at the front desks name but he was awesome too. Well done to the Comfort Inn DC staff. Had a great time. Thank you
Response: Hello Mike, Thank you so much for staying with us and the wonderful feedback. Your generosity in appreciating our hotel staff and the breakfast is very much encouraging. It is our privilege to host guests like you, who makes us run that extra mile towards guest satisfaction. Guests like you are the real ambassadors for our hotel. We will be really excited to welcome you again. Sincerely, Hotel Manager.

Free Thinker: Wonderful experience, exceeded our expectations in every way! My wife and I had booked for our anniversary in 2020 but our trip was canceled due to Coronavirus. We finally rescheduled our stay a year later, and didn't know what to expect. We were greeted upon arrival by Raj, who we had spoke with on the phone during the previous reservation cancellation, and not only did he remember us, but he even remembered it was our anniversary! And he upgraded our room and he even offered us a special anniversary treat! He made us feel very welcome and happy :) All other staff we encountered were pleasant. Our room was great, it was clean, had a decent TV, mini fridge, even a safe, and a nice view of the city. Despite other reviews, cleaning service happened every day and was done well. The hotel is in a pretty convenient location, not far from the White House, and a Metro Subway entrance. There is a possible 24/7 mini grocery store a block away. We found the gym when we were getting ready to leave - not that we would have used it... Continental breakfast was grab and go per current protocol, but it did not disappoint. We would definitely stay at the Comfort Inn Downtown DC/Convention Center hotel again. Thank you very much Raj!

Purple Cotton: Lovely hotel- perfect location! Front Desk Supervisor very accommodating. Only complaint is breakfast was not well kept and food and condiments kept running out. Breakfast clerk was nice though! I will most definitely return here!

József Gyula Nemes: Affordable yield close to the center. I am kindly helpful. Rooms are tidy, breakfast is delicious and hearty. What is a bit weak is the wifi that works in the hotel. I had a good time, I will recommend it to friends as well.
Response: Hello Jozsef, Thank you for the stay and the nice comments. It is good to know that you had a satisfactory experience. We will surely address the WiFi strength issue. It is a privilege for us to have guests like you. We are looking forward to your next visit. Sincerely, Hotel Manager.

AHMAD FARIT BIN MAZLAN: The room was good. Receptionist need to be more friendly. The housekeeping maam was friendly Location is good. Walkable to the attractions. Breakfast were provided. Pack and go. Tea & coffee making facilites available in room. Security is good. need access card to enter the main entrance. Would love to stay here again in the futuree. Just remind your receptionist to be more friendly

11. Washington Plaza Hotel

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Washington Plaza Hotel
Price / Quality
4.2
Available services
4.8
Location
4.8
Possibility of Parking
4.2
Wifi
4

Address: 10 Thomas Cir NW, Washington, DC 20005

Telephone: (202) 842-1300

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Kelley Hambrick: Absolutely beautiful place. All the staff were very friendly and hospitable. We were treated very well. I love that your car is locked secure in the garage every night. Check out time is NOT at the crack of dawn...the only disappointment was the beautiful pool was closed. The bathroom tile was beautiful and clean. Beds were comfy and very clean. Location, I gave 4 stars only because it was a little bit of a walk to get to the museums. But also, it was a nicer quiet area, right across the street from the beautiful Martin Luther Church.

Shannon Dermid: Upon arrival, we were greeted and welcomed so pleasantly. The young lady that checked us in went above and beyond for us after we asked her about some local black owned restaurants. The pool was not open as of yet but looked great! We will definitely return to enjoy the pool and their outdoor bar. The restaurant bar inside the hotel was great as well, the lady bartender was alot of fun. The greeter was always attentive and very friendly when opening the doors for everyone. Parking was so easy, it is a extra charge BUT it is in all of DC hotels. It was very clean and beds and pillows comfortable. This hotel is in a PERFECT LOCATION, right in the middle of everything. This is our go to stay at spot now.
Response: We're delighted you enjoyed your stay and we look forward to having you back soon!

Connor Roberts: Excellent location, service and comfortable rooms. The parking situation was extremely secure and easy as well. Perfect hotel right in the middle of Downtown DC if you want to be within walking distance of all the attractions. There is a complimentary gym with more than average options to workout as well. The pool is quite nice and has a bar outside too with great employees. Couldn't recommend staying here enough.
Response: Mr. Roberts, thank you for 5 out of 5 rating and for the great review. We couldn't agree with you more - our location is ideal, our amenities extensive and our staff is top notch. Please think of us again for your next DC visit!

Ted LeBlond: I had stayed at the Washington Plaza about four years ago. Some when I found out last month that I would be in Washington DC for nine days, I obviously made my reservation there. Like last time I was extremely pleased with the service and the hotel. All the staff from the front desk to maintenance and housekeeping are polite and professional. When I had a very minor issue with my shower faucet and I reported it to the front desk maintenance had come up literally within minutes fix it quickly and correctly. The entire hotel is very clean and neat. I had daily housekeeping and I don’t know how they made the bed. It was always so nice and barely a wrinkle on the sheets. I hated to sit down or lay down on it but I did have to go to bed sometime. I got a great rate because it was in the middle of December and also they had a seven day promotion. But one thing I like most about the Washington Plaza is they do not charge one of those ridiculous destinations or amenity fees that seem to be the trend now with so many hotels. I highly recommend this place.

Gabs B: To be honest, we felt a little "catfished" by the online advertising and found the room a little small & fairly outdated and the bathroom layout was very strange. The gentleman who checked us in at night could've been more welcoming but otherwise the staff were great. The location was fantastic, we found it very easy to navigate the town & get back. Pool & gym were good. We ultimately enjoyed our stay.
Response: Thank you for staying with us during your DC visit and thank you for sharing your feedback. We value guest comments as these help us continuously improve our hotel based on what is important to our guests.

Eldon Korson: The hotel was a wonderful setting for my long-distance girlfriend's and my first in-person meeting! The staff were very kind (shout-outs to David, Alva, Paul, and Treasure!), The rooms and beds were comfortable, and the food was delicious. I don't know how to compare prices because it was a nicest hotel I've stayed at, but I didn't think it was bad.

Ios ParosNaxos: This during the pandemic. The interior was looking just a little run-down. The room had no microwave or mini-fridge, so you had to rely on room service. But their service was excellent and the food was good. Coffee came in large pots. Lunch was also served but not dinner. Snacks and some alcoholic beverages sold at the front counter 24/7. The hotel also has a a very cozy restaurant, which, at the time, was closed. Everything you need is within walking distance including a 7/11 and dry cleaners, a hair salon and Whole Foods Market. The hotel is also located on the edge of the downtown area, the drug store is a block away. The people living in this neighborhood are A+.

Olivier Miart: Good hotel but a little dated and tired, the pool is not always supervised and closes for 30min end of the afternoon while supervisor takes break, hotel laundry service lost two of my shirts, refunded the dry clean but it did not cover for the cost of my lost shirts. Also don't bring your own snack in the lounge area outdoors otherwise you'll be told loud and clear that you cannot eat your own food there. Welcoming staff, good location and views.

Holly Niro: I was happy with the hotel while we were there. The parking was expensive but secure. The food wasn't bad but overpriced. However, I recently checked my credit card and saw I was charged $900 for a damaged TV. I NEVER, NEVER damaged anything in a hotel. I was traveling with my 80 year old mother and I told the front desk the TV/remote weren't working properly. The staff hung up on me twice when I called to inquire about the charges. Spoke to 2 different managers and neither were helpful. The first was rude and offensive. So upsetting.

12. Hotel Harrington

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Hotel Harrington
Price / Quality
4.8
Available services
4.7
Location
4.3
Possibility of Parking
4.2
Wifi
4

Address: 436 11th St NW, Washington, DC 20004

Telephone: (202) 628-8140

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Tim Fooks: I spent three days in DC. Two nights I stayed at the Harrington. It is a little like stepping back in time, but if you love history, this is the hotel for you. The front desk was attentive to all my needs. I arrived at 11 AM. Even though check-in was not until 4 PM, they directed me to the parking garage and gave me all I needed so I could park my car and start exploring DC. They answered all my questions about directions to landmarks and the best Metro Station to get to where I was going. The three restaurants on-site are conveniently located to cover breakfast, lunch, and dinner. The canned music at Harry's was right up my alley, and I loved the antiques in Ollie’s Trolley, not to mention the burgers and fries. Do your homework and you can find a room there for under a hundred dollars a night. You cannot beat that for being within walking distance of the White House, the National Mall, and many other landmarks. The rooms may not be as large as newer hotels, but the location more than makes up for it. I did not miss any amenities there that I would have had anywhere else. Be sure to explore the lobby gift shop and step around the corner in the lobby and look at the historical timeline along one wall showing the year, the American President, important events in the history of Hotel Harrington, and significant world events. On the other side of the hall are pictures of the hotel while being built. I loved my few days there and would suggest you check it out too.

Amy Tucker: We stayed in late February so the lack of forced air conditioning didn't matter we just opened the windows to get a cross breeze. The radiator rattled quite a bit at night but we like to sleep cool so that didn't matter much either since it was only on in the early morning. The history of the building was really interesting. It's certainly run down as far as the beds and the carpet. There were some air ducts that were falling down near the entrance of our room from the ceiling that I felt should have been fixed to preserve the building and for health and wellness. The PROS certainly outweighed the cons of not staying somewhere that was recently built. The location was within walking or a short scooter ride from every major thing we were doing. The Capital One arena, Capitol Mall, the White House, The Smithsonian museums, coffee, bars, sit down and take out locations, shopping, Freedom Plaza, can't really beat that. The room we reserved had two bathrooms! This was so great for getting out the door in the morning and to our first location of the day. The other major pro of this stay was the house keeping staff. They were EXCELLENT and even though the room was old they cleaned it everyday we didn't have our do not disturb sign up. Fresh towels, vacuuming the whole nine. See a tour of the hotel and room at our YouTube page, link in my bio.

Ken Woods: I really like this place. Funky old hotel with inexpensive rooms and a wonderful location. Some new paint and less dusty curtains and I'd give it 5 stars. Front desk was friendly and helpful. Parking wasn't cheap but that's how it is in DC. Location in relation to the mall, museums can't be beat. We did a show at the Warner and one at the Hamilton, both an easy walk.

Samantha McLeod: The location of this hotel is perfect. Walking distance to pretty much all the DC sites/attractions. Also, it was pretty reasonably priced. There were also 4 beds in the rooms which was unexpected and great if you're traveling with a group. The rooms themselves though are not the best. There are NO easy access outlets. I had to reach awkwardly behind the dresser just to charge my phone. The bedspreads (and maybe other things) are definitely not changed in between guests (found bobby pins etc that weren't mine on the bedspread) And the bathtub felt like there was water trapped underneath it, which can't be good. This hotel is over 100 years old, so it's understandable everything isn't perfect. But still.

Santiago Suarez: Excellent option, near to the White House and Union Station. A little bit old but very clean and good price. We had an excellent attention from the man at lobby who speak Spanish very well. He give us the chance to do early check in and we thanks a lot traveling with a baby. There is a restaurant and a gift store in the lobby as well as vending machines which is very useful. 100% recommend this hotel.

Alex D: We checked into the hotel and went to bed. When woke up, we had bedbugs crawling on us. When we reported it, the employee who said she was responsible for our floor for the past 30 years, told us we were the ones that brought the bugs. The bugs were pointed out to the housekeeping lead, however the manager told us the housekeeping lead reported no bugs were found. I would give the manager five stars. She was great to talk to and gave us our money back. The housekeeping is the group that gets one star. The place was cool, but do yourself a favor and book at the Holiday Inn Washington Capitol. Spend the extra money, it’s worth it.

Heather Walker: It's in the perfect location for all the sights...within walking distance of most attractions. It isn't fancy..in fact it's in kinda rough shape and not modern at all, but it is an old hotel. There is the convenience of having a restaurant, bar and a small gift shop downstairs. They did give us a small fan for our room to help muffle noise, as it was noisy at times because of the traffic. The shower went from comfortable temp to scalding hot twice during our 4 night stay, which seems to be something that needs to be fixed. The room came with mini fridge, microwave, iron and board and hairdryer. There was an ice machine in the hall and vending machines downstairs. Overall, it wasn't a bad stay for the price and we were more focused on location, so it worked out great for us.

Aigil: I had to change hotels at the last minute so I didn’t stay but they were very gracious and helpful. They did not charge me any fees and gave me a full refund, it is family run and a historic hotel, the interior is a bit dated and could use a clean up but it’s undergoing remodeling so I’m sure it will be fine in the future.The people at the front desk were kind and accommodating. The hotel is a bit rough around the edges but it has charm. Very satisfied with the service, and it has an excellent location

Angela: I just love this hotel it's literally in the heart of downtown DC, and pretty much everything is in walking distance. The rooms where clean, staff was very helpful, and they have a gift shop inside. Do not eat at the Harriet's the food was bland, and really do not like giving bad reviews it's the truth even when you look them up it says PERMANENT CLOSED(FYI THEIR OPEN). HARRY'S is great the atmosphere is friendly, food good, great music, and the waitress is has a Bomb Great Attitude 😁♥️.

Alexis Faciane: For a 100+ year old hotel it a good stay. Staff was nice, always came back to cleaned and stocked room. The location and price was in unbeatable for DC. We also enjoyed drinks and food at Harry's which we recommend.

13. Hilton Garden Inn Washington DC/U.S. Capitol

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Hilton Garden Inn Washington DC/U.S. Capitol
Price / Quality
4.7
Available services
4.2
Location
4.3
Possibility of Parking
4.9
Wifi
4.4

Address: 1225 First St NE, Washington, DC 20002

Telephone: (202) 408-4870

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Matthew Hall: Really liked this hotel. Staff was great and the room was better than average. I appreciate the barkeep who was very professional and kept me entertained while we sat and had a cocktail. Rose was very attentive and made our check-in process easy. Valet was very spotty with the service, maybe they need more than 1 person certain times a day. The hot tub wasn't working when we arrived but was up and running before I left. Pool was a little cold but refreshing. I will definitely be staying again. This is the ideal location for those visiting DC.

Siobhan Walker: My stay was amazing. My room was spacious and so clean. The front desk was polite, helpful and very professional. Octavia was awesome. She was most helpful because the hotel I had a current reservation for had canceled my reservation and I had to make a reservation here last minute. She provided me the most outstanding customer service possible even with my frustration from the other hotel. Any questions I had was answered and my stay was relaxing. I definitely recommend this hotel to anyone.

g watson: Customer service here is EXCELLENT. Very friendly staff - extra praise to the office manager, Reina Munoz and guest agent Janay! Hilton - you should recognize this location and their staff, they go above and beyond their call to make guests feel welcomed and comfortable. All hotel/hospitality should take this location as the example for service. The rooms are clean, and quite comfortable and roomy - this hotel is conveniently located, just a short walk from Union Station. I was here for business and I was delightfully surprised for the work space and seating area. I was also happy to learn their fitness center is open 24hrs...with my stay being business in nature - it is difficult for me to get a work out in at most places, due to the limited hours fitness centers are available. 100% recommend the US CAPITOL location. If you want to feel welcomed and comfortable, stay here!

Angela Baca: The air conditioning in our room never worked even after they had someone come and fix it. The elevator stopped on every floor. The pool was available but it was foggy and couldn’t see the bottom of the pool because of this. Burned my kids eyes and mine. This hotel is older and not maintained well by Hilton. There are no fans in the bathroom so if you take a hot shower your whole hotel room fills with steam. The people are nice and it is located near a metro. Those are the only two things that are good about this hotel. Only stay here unless you just can’t find anywhere else to stay.
Response: Hi Angela Baca - We are sorry we did not live up to our high standards of exceeding expectations. Thanks for taking the time to provide your candid feedback regarding your experience with Hilton Garden Inn Washington DC/U.S. Capitol. Please reach out to us at https://help.hilton.com/s/contactsupport so that we can investigate further and make this right.

Natalie Martin: The staff was nice and did what they could, but the hotel was overwhelmed and not well maintained. It is unequipped to have more than 1-2 guests arriving or departing at the same time. It also has intentionally inadequate air conditioning. I have stayed at Hiltons in other cities that also have valet only parking. They’ve all had a driveway to pull in and unload your vehicle. This one has only a small shoulder that a maximum of 2 cars can pull into. Everyone else has to just stop in the middle of a busy street. There were no luggage carts when we arrived, left or had to move rooms on the second night. Other guests also told us that there were no luggage carts when they arrived. On the first night the room was consistently hot though we could hear the AC cut on and off. After coming to look at it twice, the maintenance man determined that the compressor in our room was broken so we were moved to a new room (again no luggage cart, we had a lot of stuff as we were traveling with a toddler). The maintenance man explained that the AC units are motion activated so guests will always return to a hot room and it will always get hot in the middle of the night so that’s why it took him so long to figure out that ours was actually broken. This seems incredibly stingy for a Hilton (in addition to being illogical as it takes more energy to cool a hot room than it does to simply maintain temperature). Stay here only if you are a single traveler with one suitcase and don’t mind an 80 degree room overnight and when you return after being out of the room. Other reviews mention how slow the elevator is, that is also true.
Response: Hi Natalie Martin - We are sorry we did not live up to our high standards of exceeding expectations. Thanks for taking the time to provide your candid feedback regarding your experience with our service and amenities. Please reach out to us at https://help.hilton.com/s/contactsupport so that we can look into this further. We look forward to making things right.

Geoffrey D: Parking valet lane is terribly short. Stains on the comforter. Breakfast included not properly advertised on elevator or through hotel. Laid out of first floor is very awkward, why have steps instead of escalator to second floor. Front desk staff were superb. All throughout the stay they were informative, helpful, positive and available! Wait for valet was not long at all, which was surprising. Minor issues, overall decent stay.

David: Very nice hotel - staff were very friendly and attentive to our needs. The Manager greeted us as we were leaving and just make the stay complete. Nice pool and restaurant - special call out Kevon our waiter for one of our evening meals. Great place to stay - close to a metro stop as well.

Sassy Sauce: The hotel is pretty decent. It met all of our basic needs. It was as clean as I think it should be but the rest of my party felt it was ok. Parking can be a little challenging in the area but we managed. The front desk staff were pleasant and very helpful. I would go back if I needed to.

Chippy McLain: Guest services here should be renamed "guest hassles." Checking in and checking out were lengthy, frustrating ordeals. Paid valet parking was ineffective, slow, and overpriced--and apparently the only option. Showers were inconsistent, with cold winning two out of the three mornings we stayed. One of the two elevators was broken leading to overstuffed rides with no option of social distancing as well as long delays in the lobby. The spa had a new twist: a hot tub colder than the pool. I had hoped for a classy, Hilton experience for my family. I wish I had stayed at a Motel 6. I am thankful that I saw no rats inside the hotel. There were plenty just outside the front door; I assume due to the construction and vagrant tents across the street. This section of DC has some big rats. My littlest did think these were cool; my wife, not so much.

J Cole: Great hotel. It is a very short walk to the Metro Red Train No Ma Stop to get anywhere in DC for just a 2 dollar fare on the weekends. The area also has a great brewery "red bear brewing company" which is very close by. The hotel also has a bar that looked pretty nice. The breakfast is hit or miss for me but it's as expected for other Hilton Garden Inns.

14. DC International Hostel 1

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139 reviews
DC International Hostel 1
Price / Quality
4.6
Available services
4
Location
4.9
Possibility of Parking
4
Wifi
4

Address: 1610 7th St NW, Washington, DC 20001

Telephone: (202) 621-9344

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Konstantin Lakshin: Excellent. Good location that lets you explore the less touristy side of Washington, friendly staff, a wide variety of guests, both nomadic types of all ages and families, from all over the world. Nice kitchen, and a Giant supermarket within an easy walking distance. Clean. Unexpectedly nice, although shared, facilities. Also, you can see that they care and keep working on making the place even better. The only caveat: BEWARE OF TRAVEL SITES that advertise and reserve private rooms that DC International Hostel does not have at this time. Yet, when I arrived there with a single room reservation made through an airline as one of those package/add-on deals, Farid (hostel manager) was very friendly and efficient. He immediately offered me an entire four-bed room. Kudos!

Olga Lucía: I highly recommend this hostel for the extremely helpfull staff, cleaness and excellent location, near to a train station, markets and you can go walking to Chinatown and Federal Triangle from the hostel. I could rest well in the bed I had. I had to work quite lot in my staying and I found the most considered people there, and helped me to be safe and seize the time I got in Washington.

Henry Eve: Worst place I have ever stayed in. I'm not sure where the staff are from, but they're embarrassing for a business and terrible. The place itself is disgusting to the core. They're very cheap on electricity that the AC is barely on. There barely is a fan running. It was very hot. Avoid this place.

E S: It's a hostel, bathrooms are dirty. Rooms are close but the $$$ is worth it. It was cheap. Definitely okay for a day, not two tho.

Hasan Gunduz: Worst in America. Stay away from this place unless you want your vacation ruined. Ugly decoration, small rooms, mixed showers, no supplies in the bathrooms, unfriendly stuff. You will feel unsafe here. Not recommended.

Darien Persaud: This would be worth more if the rooms were 100% private with nicer accommodations. Its too cramped. - coed bathroom is clean, needs maintenance - poorly ventilated room; roommate was clean but the units are super cramped - plastic beds - gossiping staff could be overheard in the morning - owner FARID was friendly - on site laundry - soda/snack machine I think this facility is lacking from its construction era; its time to renovate. Too expensive for what it is. I was never shown or told about any terrace.

Yumi Violet: Where to even begin? This was my first experience ever staying at a hostel. I am really glad I chose Capitol Comfort Hostel. The staff was exceptional. When booking they answered all questions, gave me advice on where to park (parking in DC is a bit of a task), places to eat. Any question I had, they answered. When arriving they were very welcoming and showed my friend and I around the hostel. What I really liked about this place is that there were so many options to chose from, having the female only rooms is a major plus in my opinion, that is the option I chose. The rooms were small but they had everything you would need, I was not expecting linen, but they had fresh linen on the bunks. They had a good sized kitchen and bathrooms. Very clean place. I highly recommend this establishment, respectful caring staff, clean place and super affordable. Other tenants were great also. I was extremely pleased and if I am ever back in DC I know where I will be staying. Thank you so much Capitol Comfort. Thanks for making my trip to DC a little more pleasant.

Ezz Nb: Very uncomfortable beds, showers have barely any pressure, very poor customer service, price is low and location is good but spend 10 more dollars and stay somewhere else cuz the place is a DUMP.

Cynthia Onyilimba: After a rocky start due to misunderstandings on the side of my German travel mate they were very quick to make up for any upset there may have been. The staff were really friendly but one was kind of lecherous too sometimes and made comments about my appearance which made me a little uncomfortable. The beds were standard / good for a hostel and it was a very good price.

Jonathan Weber: I was looking for a cheap accomodation at a central place in Washington for a reasonable price - and finally that is what I got when I stayed here. You cannot expect high-class rooms and beds for the price that you are paying here - you get a bed in a dorm (mixed rooms, mixed restrooms, +kitchen) in an "old" house. But: Everything was clean, there were no big problems with the reservation, booking, payment or stay and you can meet nice people in the hostel. The staff was not the friendliest one and neither reservation nor booking/check-in were on a professional basis where you can feel assured that you get what you want at the end. One star less than five for that!

15. Generator Washington DC

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232 reviews
Generator Washington DC
Price / Quality
4.8
Available services
4.6
Location
4.1
Possibility of Parking
4.2
Wifi
5

Address: 1900 Connecticut Ave NW, Washington, DC 20009

Telephone: (202) 332-9300

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Yidan Zheng: Stayed there for three nights and it’s really good!! The staff are so nice and friendly. They allow free late check out at 12pm. And the lobby is so comfortable. They have pool and gym and they also offer bike rental for only $14 for a day! The location is good with the bus stations. The only thing is the king bed is actually two twin sizes beds but I am okay with this! Thank you for providing such a good place to stay!!!
Response: Hi, Thank you so much for the great review!! We are so happy to see that you enjoyed time here with us!

Jasmine: Not a hostel for socializing, but it is very elegant, clean, and innovative! Hands down one of the best hostels I’ve ever stayed in. It’s basically a hotel with bunk beds. The shower and toilet was in the room and is set up exactly the same as a hotel. Bunk beds have a light, charger ports and cute little framed pictures of US presidents. Sheets and pillows were extremely comfy. Bikes available for rental. Cafe on-site that closes at 2. Great place to stay!!
Response: Hi Jasmine, Thank you very much for the review! We are happy to see that you enjoyed our dorm rooms!!

Ras Sammiedread - DJ Morefire: Was in DC for a business trip with my wife and have to stay the night and finish up next day. Booked the Deluxe King Suite online and check in was smooth with Brittany at the front desk. Room and bath was very clean. Garage parking was a real test for my maneuverability skill and thought was a little expenses($40) for garage fees. We really loved our stay and peace of mind regardless. Will definitely again for sure.
Response: Hi, Thank you soo much for the great review! We are happy to see that Brittany made your check in smooth and that ypu enjoyed your stay here with us. We hope to see you again!!

Nate H: We initially stayed here due to the few amount of hotels with parking. So glad that we did. It is close to everything you want to see in DC. The staff are super friendly. Rooms were clean. Rooms are a bit small, but we weren't in them much so it wasn't a big deal. Overall great place to stay!
Response: Thank you for the 5 star review Nate. We appreciate your business.

Chelsey Birgisdóttir: TL;DR I would only stay here as a last resort. I would not recommend this hostel. Positives: +Great location near DuPont Circle. +Allan the manager is great and super responsive. Some of the other front desk staff were hospitable and respectful. +It’s clean! Negatives: -The beds are super uncomfortable. I think the mattresses are SUPER old. They sink in the middle. The sheets do not fit the bed and keep coming off during the night. - There is one INCREDIBLY rude and disrespectful receptionist. She was the one working when I checked in at 7am on 4/28/2022. Not only was she very unhelpful, she was having an attitude with me. She cut me off when I was speaking. She was being short with me as well. Fortunately the issue with my reservation was resolved (once I contacted Allan) but honestly my interaction with her tainted my whole stay there. I felt extremely uncomfortable approaching the front desk whenever she was working there and would wait till the afternoon staff was in to ask for anything.
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Harry “Burge” Burgess: Rooms are nice. Atmosphere isn't really one for making new friends. Very quiet and people keep to themselves. More of a hotel vibe. Storage under the bed isnt high enough and has an annoying cage on the top that only opens halfway. Basically meaning its impossible to fit a suitcase inside. Very annoying. Internet constantly has to reconnect and isn't very fast. Bathroom is clean and shower is nice. Fresh towels provided daily. Can't take food or drinks up to room. Location isn't the best.
Response: Harry, It is very disappointing to see that there were so many aspects of your stay that fell short. My apologies for the mentioned items that relate directly to our hotel. We do appreciate your having provided us with an opportunity to host you while in our nation's capital.

Eric Sullivan: It was a pretty 2 star experience. While checking in, we were told our room was not yet ready for another 30-45 minutes. Understandable. After sinking deep into the middle of the "deluxe king," I realized it was two twin beds strapped together. Parking was good. Good location.
Response: Eric, I am sorry to read that you were not totally satisfied with your accommodations. Thank you for your positive reflection regarding our parking facility and location. We hope you will consider another stay with us in the future.

Alex Kaplan: Location is perfect. Hotel/ Hostel combo. The place is clean as it's possible in this combo facility. Day time personal are ok. The opposite is late evening and night. The night shift are rude and useless, if it wasn't for a nice security guard we would have to carry 3 suitcases from parking to the elevators. Like previously stated the rooms are clean but definitely in dire need for maintenance. as the picture show. I couldn't take the picture of the standing water in the showers, it takes long time to drain or the crack ceiling with chipping paint.
Response: Alex, Thank you for such a frank review. We appreciate the aspects of our property that met your standards. My sincerest apology for your arrival experience. Rudeness is not acceptable in our business of hospitality. I can assure you the matter will be addressed. My hope is that you will consider returning in the future to see the best of who we are.

Daniel Liestman: We thought the price was right and it was. But I recall a lot of nickel and dining with added fees. The parking garage system for both entering and exiting is a challenge and the parking spots are impossibly tight. Once you have parked, good luck wending your way back up. The amenities were slim to none. The room was small, but we loved how it was decorated—anything but typical!
Response: Hi Daniel, thank you so much for the review. We are sorry about the parking. We do hope that you will give us another try one day.

Daniel Kokkila: Don't waste your money! We booked 3 rooms for a 4 day conference. All the rooms were advertised as king rooms. They were not. They put two twins together and advertise it as a king. It was extremely uncomfortable. I dont know if I've ever had such a bad night's sleep. It is also very noisy. Any time a door shuts, opens or someone is in the hall you can hear them. They also have clocks in your room on the headboard that you can't unplug and they tick all night long.
Response: Hello Daniel, Thank you for the review. We are sorry to see that you did not enjoy your stay here with us. We have noted your concerns and plan to improve.

16. Beacon Hotel & Corporate Quarters

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Beacon Hotel & Corporate Quarters
Price / Quality
4.4
Available services
4.3
Location
4.1
Possibility of Parking
4.5
Wifi
5

Address: 1615 Rhode Island Ave NW, Washington, DC 20036

Telephone: (202) 296-2100

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Jack Luxear: The staff were nice and the rooms were clean, and the bed was very comfortable. However, the furniture was quite dated and so were the facilities, not to mention there was really not a good place to sit down and work at a table comfortably, which seems a bit wasteful of space considering the room was big with a lot of unnecessary open space. The bathroom was not a very comfortable experience even though we stayed in the Executive King suite which originally cost 700 per night, probably before COVID. For this price I'd expect a better experience, but it was very clean. I've stayed at hotels for one third the price with better rooms, but the location of the hotel near a metro more than makes up for its downfalls.
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June T: Unfortunately, my stay at the Beacon Hotel was very mediocre and this place seems more like a cheap motel because of how outdated all of the appliances are Such as the temperature control, TV, closet door and shower. Cons: There is no refrigerator or microwave in the room, I was told if I needed a microwave I could go to the third-floor and use the communal microwave. There must be something loose in the air vents or maybe outside of my window because I could hear something that sounded like pots and pans banging in the wind, It seems to be coming from the ceiling directly above me but definitely not another guest because the noise was too consistent. I heard this noise at least 2-3 times a minute each day/all night despite not really being in the room during the day time. The bath faucet constantly dripped, Either a couple drops or a constant stream even hours after taking a shower. I had a north facing window, they really need to renovate the windows with double or triple pane to keep out noise from the traffic circle. Lots of angry honking during the day and police sirens at night. I booked a 3 night stay and every morning around 8am housekeeping would try to enter my room (without verbally announcing themselves) even though I had the Do Not Disturb sign on my door. I am from the West Coast, so 8am feels like 5am to me, I’d get woken up *every single morning* of my stay to the sound of someone trying to force into my room against the deadbolt which would put me in a panic until I remembered it’s just housekeeping. Pros: Clean hotel and my room was clean. I really liked the lay out of my room and all the surface space provided. Front desk and housekeeping staff was very friendly when I would see them in the hallways. The coffee from the coffee pods they provide for the machine in room was tasty. Very convenient location, I picked this place because it’s easy walking distance from both Farragut North and West metro stops. Ultimately I would never stay here again because I had so many issues with either noise from outside or inside the hotel waking me up throughout the night. For someone who is a heavy sleeper these things probably will not bother you. After reading other reviews I am definitely going to keep an eye on my bank statements to make sure I get my $150 ($50/day) deposit back. Other reviews mentioned issues with hot water or the key cards, but I did not have these issues personally. Bar and Grill was closed and has been for many many months. Any reviews that are recent and mention the restaurant being open are likely paid fake reviews.
Response: Thank you for taking the time to share your feedback. This is very important to us and we will be discussing solutions with our management team to improve our services.

Mark West: An above average hotel but the room needs a little maintenance attention. Wallpaper was pealing off in a few areas and the plug in the bathroom sink was not functioning, had to remove it so the water could drain. A little pricey but due to its location. Restaurant is not open right now. There was no refrigerator in the room. For a room that costs over $200 a night to stay, that should be standard equipment. The staff is accommodating though. We have a late flight so they let us leave our luggage after check out
Response: Thank you for the kind words, Mark! Our team is delighted knowing you appreciated our efforts and service. We always aim to provide our guests with a perfect stay, so we're disheartened to know about your concerns. We will be discussing this situation with our team. We look forward to hosting you again soon!

Daniella Cruz (Danny): Very nice hotel for the price.Great customer and room service, we have no complaints. Also we got a room with an amazing view for a very good price. It's pretty close to everything and it has a bar and grill in the 3rd floor with great service. Totally recommend!!!
Response: Thank you for the perfect rating, Daniella! We are so glad to hear that you enjoyed your time with us here at The Beacon Hotel, and that you found the value of our hotel to hit the mark! It is lovely to know that you appreciated your accommodations, including the amazing view, as well as our prime location. Our outstanding staff strives to satisfy our guests in all aspects possible, and your feedback allows us to know that we are succeeding! It would mean a lot if you would share your fabulous experience with other travelers on TripAdvisor at the following link: https://www.tripadvisor.com/UserReviewEdit-g28970-d84113-Beacon_Hotel_Corporate_Quarters-Washington_DC_District_of_Columbia.html Thank you again for your valuable feedback, and we hope to see you soon for another unforgettable experience!

Elizabeth xyz: This place is in a great location from the museums in DC and other surrounding cities. They were very accommodating when the first room smelled like cigarette smoke. Not all rooms have refrigerators, but we were accommodated for one due to medical conditions. There's no swimming pool and the rooftop bar was not service. We paid for parking which was located under hotel and $49 a day and we weren't supposed to be allowed access to vehicle after it's been parked but someone took us down to retrieve some items. Parking wasn't available if you weren't back by 11 pm. Ice machines were on every floor but microwaves were not. No microwave in the rooms. Nice view from 7th floor.
Response: Hi Elizabeth, It's rewarding to hear that your stay at The Beacon Hotel was filled with happiness. The time and effort we put into making sure our guests are catered to is something we take pride in, so we're glad you appreciated our prime location, and your overall stay. Thank you for the kind words! We would love to host you again!

Ariana Ramirez: This hotel is definitely over rated. My worst hotel experience ever by far. I am really big on reading reviews before I go places but I took a chance on the Beacon & I absolutely regret it. It was an uncomfortable stay. The staff was very professional and had great hospitality though. The room was very small, there was dust all over the bed side tables and phone. The bed sheets and pillow cases had stains of blood. The filter for the heating was fire hazard filthy. No microwave, no fridge, no ice machine & parking is very expensive at almost $60 a night including tax. If you are out by the time valet leaves for the night, once you return you will have to park out front of the hotel instead of in the underground garage. Oh & don’t forget the hotel fees for things that you won’t even use or that’s closed.
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Steve Jenkins: We recently stayed at the beacon hotel and corporate quarters in Washington DC. This was singularly one of the worst hotel stays in over 30 years of staying hotels around the world. The list of issues is expansive, and started before check in. So I was traveling for work and booked over three weeks out, as we were flying in from Hawaii after an overnight flight, we requested an early check in at 1pm. The message that we received said they would do their best to help us out. On arrival, the man behind behind the desk was like the soup guy from Seinfeld and insisted that there were no early check ins and that check I was 3pm. It wasn’t that he wasn’t polite, he was just outright rude. On check in we were also advised that’s restaurant is closed, the rooftop bar is closed and there is limited housekeeping due to COVID, despite this there is a $28 daily resort fee 😕. We were the put into a different room. To that which was booked, it’s a standard queen, and was tiny. After clarifying they moved us to a deluxe double double, which was roomier, but was tired and old, with a shower that has water, but no water pressure. Every day the room cards did not work, and resulted in multiple trips to reception to have them reset. Not once, not even once did anyone at reception acknowledge any issue with the room key system, in fact they used all standard hotel excuses about you must have put it near your phone, your credit cards etc etc. the thing is it was soooo widespread and whenever we would be getting a reset there would be a line, it was just unacceptable and avoidable. The 2 lifts in the building are tiny, slow and barely functioning. And finally to checkout, by this point we expected little, and the management didn’t let us down. As we were leaving at 4am in the morning, I went down the evening prior and requested to finalize my account and gain a receipt, so we could just drop keys and go in the morning. I was told this wasn’t possible as the cost of the final night didn’t click in until midnight, so I requested that the reception representative just process it at midnight and then have a printout that I could collect when I left. The reception representative said that as she was leaving before midnight this couldn’t be done and I would have to call down to have this done before I left. In addition the rate on the invoice was more than that quoted, when I showed the reception representative the emails I had received from the hotel, with the hotels email address, she denied that it had come from the hotel, and insisted it was from a third party booking agent. This was the cherry on the very average cake of disappointment that this stay was. I can honestly say that I will NEVER stay in this hotel again, and I would strongly advise that you are better to join the homeless lady at the nearby park, rather than put up with rude, incompetent staff, and unacceptable facilities.
Response: Thank you very much for taking the time to leave us your feedback, Steve. We will have a team member reach out to you about your review.

Cassie Bossard: The room we reserved was full so we were 'upgraded' for $15. While the room was spacious and in a great location, it was filthy. The tub was so disgusting my friend didn't even shower after seeing me stand in water that wouldn't drain. Even a motel 6 has a mini fridge and microwave, not here. Zero amenities, who handed out these 4 stars because this isn't a 4 star hotel? The restaurants were also closed per city of DC, that makes me wonder if it was a cleanliness issue. Don't stay here if you like clean.
Response: Providing our guests with an great experience with us is our main focus, and we're disappointed to know we didn't do our best during your stay. We're regretful to hear about your accommodations and will be speaking with our housekeeping team to remind them on the important of fresh rooms. ​​​​​​​Thank you for sharing your thoughts on how we can improve

17. The Baron Hotel

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The Baron Hotel
Price / Quality
5
Available services
4.3
Location
4.4
Possibility of Parking
4.2
Wifi
5

Address: 1523 22nd St NW, Washington, DC 20037

Telephone: (202) 293-1887

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Chavia Groveman: I was pleasantly surprised by this hotel after reading all the reviews. My husband and I loved the location and our room was clean and comfortable. The front desk people could have been more readily available and present, but other than that, no complaints. It had DC vintage building character!

Elle Decatur: Amazing front desk agent. The location is such a beautiful area. The hotel has this historic important feel to it. Our room is small but it’s perfect for two and has a gorgeous view of the cathedral. It’s not fancy but it’s cozy and very comfy here we love it!

Alejandro P: One of the worst hotels I ever been. From the reception it feels old and filthy. Carpets are disrty and smelly. Rooms are small. Matress were broken. And the worst part is that they stole money from my room! Avoid this plase at all costs! Spend a few bucks more and get a place with no thieves in it.

Nicole Barker: DO NOT STAY HERE. Upon arrival to hotel we waited 10mins for someone to come to front desk for check in. The hotel awning is filty and hasnt been washed off in years. While checking in I noticed reservation said 1 night stay. I immediately informed check in rep that we prepaid for 2 nights. After reviewing paperwork rep had checked us in under wrong reservation. Error corrected. Then I was told the Hotel had just re-opened 2 days ago and there was currently no Cable but the cable should be on by the late evening. My entire stay there was NO CABLE/PHONE. The room was extremely small and the carpet seemed damp. There were cobwebs on the middle and lower parts of the headboard. The electrical sockets barely worked. Bathroom water had to run for a few minutes before turning warm/hot. Toilet did not flush properly. The wall paper in room was peeling. Wall basebboards were dirty. One of the Window Blinds was broken. I could go on and on and on. Everytime I addeessed issues with staff I was told staff was new and to contact manager on Monday morning. Avoid this place at all costs.

Lila West: The front desk/receptionist was not nice. We had a few questions and they seemed annoyed that we were talking to them. Saw a similar interaction with other customers before us.Would not recommend this place.

Super P King: No space in the room, Wifi doesn't work well, shower only cold but very friendly personal

Tomas Bergstrand: For the price, the rooms surprised in quality. Avoid rooms in 2nd floor due to noise from 1st floor restaurant. 3rd floor was nice and quiet.

Olivier Burggraaff: Excellent hotel. Rooms are quite small and there is no breakfast service, but this is clear from the website before booking. Staff were very friendly, went out of their way without being intrusive. Location is fantastic, one of the nicest parts of DC and easy access to the underground.

Tara Noemi S: The hotel was older, but clean and good for the price. The room is very basic, but again just fine for resting and again hotel is at a great location for the full tourist experience. I parked in the street and found parking pretty fast and the metered parking was free after 6pm and all weekend near the hotel, which worked out pretty nice. The elevator is very old and a kind of cool experience if you are brave enough to ride it. My only complaint staying here is that you have to pass a security person and bar patrons hanging out by the security every time you enter and exit the hotel.

18. Holiday Inn Washington Capitol - Natl Mall, an IHG Hotel

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Holiday Inn Washington Capitol - Natl Mall, an IHG Hotel
Price / Quality
4
Available services
4.8
Location
4.5
Possibility of Parking
4.4
Wifi
4.9

Address: 550 C St SW, Washington, DC 20024

Telephone: (202) 479-4000

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Wei Y: My recent experience at the hotel in mid March was quite pleasant. The room was clean, decor was fairly up-to-date, beds were comfortable (subjectively), and the bathroom was fairly well maintained. The staff were very accommodating and friendly, this includes the cleaning crew (on the 8th floor) who would give you anything you asked for. The pandemic is not over yet, so I liked the idea of not having staff coming in every day. People complaint about the thin wall, water pressure and the train. I did experience all of the above. The thin wall didn’t bother me that much, it’s usually due to loud neighbors. For the water pressure, I just waited for the others to finish their use then take my turn, the place was packed at the time and everyone was taking shower at the same time. As for the train, the hotel unfortunately situated right next to the track so unless you are a heavy sleeper, the noises could bother some of the guests on the east side. We ended up switching to the other side and it was great! The food at the restaurant downstairs was also surprising. The taste and the price were comparable to the nearby places, if not cheaper. A Starbucks was also attached to the hotel but they do close somewhat early. As for the parking, we didn’t have a car, but once I parked at a hotel in downtown Chicago, it was over $100 a night. All in all, we enjoyed our stay and will stay again for sure!
Response: Wei Y, thank you for staying with us and taking the time to share your experience and feedback with us. We hope to see you again.

tabitha buono: Rooms were decent sized. Our beds and pillows were AMAZING! The air conditioning was very hard to control. We froze the entire time. Also our bathroom had a light out, and only 3 drawers for 2 adults in a double bed room? Had to stay on top of housekeeping too. You have to call down every morning if you want fresh towels, etc. Even with calling, they still forgot. With all that said, I'd stay again. The bed and pillows were AMAZING!
Response: Tabitha, thank you for staying with us. We are sorry that you had a challenge with your AC unit. We are sharing your comments with our staff to help us improve. We hope you will give us another try in the future. Thank you for taking the time to share your experience with us.

Kelly Dias: Pros: Staff were friendly and pleasant. The bedding was clean. Shower head was high enough, temperature and pressure were good. Close proximity to the Capitol, National Mall, and museums. Cons: AC wasn't working on arrival, but maintenance was able to get it back on line. Insufficient towels and only conditioner in bathroom (no shampoo). Room was not served by housekeeping between first and second night, which meant no fresh towels. Bathroom toilet paper holder was partially detached from wall. AC unit had exposed wiring. Connecting door for the suite had a loose handle that meant that we couldn't fully close it without fear of being trapped. The front desk only answered calls half of the time (2 out of 4 attempts). The breakfast fare at the restaurant was very expensive and not the highest quality. Walls are paper-thin, so I got to listen to the couple in a nearby room argue at the top of their lungs well into the night. Unfortunately, there was a music festival in town, so they closed the on-site coffee shop. Streets were blocked for blocks in each direction, so no access for Uber or cabs. In order the get to local attractions, we had to walk 4-6 blocks out of the way to get around.
Response: Kelly, thank you for choosing our property. We appreciate your feedback and are sorry to hear that you experienced a few challenges during your visit. We hope that you will give us another try in the future.

Joe Hughes: We were so excited to come to Washington D.C. for vacation. I have stayed at Holiday Inn's before and never experienced anything like we did here. Nothing seemed to work. The elevators were not working properly and one day not at all. We wanted to do some laundry and there was no change available and the soap dispenser was out of soap. I wasted a dollar since I didn't see the Out of Order sign that was placed on the side of the soap dispenser. The food downstairs in the café was horrible and it made my wife sick. The 21's amendment restaurant there was not much better. We wanted to buy soda and snacks and they wouldn't except cash. The rooms were cleaned every other day if that. The carpet was filthy and the desk chair was broke. On top of everything, Nobody knew anything when we ask for directions or where anything was. Apparently this Holiday Inn was just sold and in process of a new owner. That still doesn't make it right for this establishment to really put a damper on our vacation. We called security to stop all of the yelling and playing in the hall after 10 pm at night. Our floor was loaded with a group of kids and we finally had to go out there and tell the kids to quiet down. I would look at other options before coming here to stay, Murphy's Law applies here. "Anything that could go wrong will go wrong." I'm sorry that I have to post such a negative review but none the staff didn't make any effort to make our stay enjoyable.
Response: Joe, thank you for choosing to be our guest and taking the time to share your experience with us. We are sorry to hear that this visit was not as great as it could have been. We are using your feedback to improve our services. We are sorry that you left us on this note. We hope you will give us another try in the future.

M B: This was our first time staying at this hotel and it completely served its purpose. First the location - it is across the street from the department of Education and one block from the Air & Space Museum. There is a Starbucks on the corner of the hotel and several restaurants on the same block including a McDonalds. This hotel has a parking garage under it making parking very convenient. Parking fee is charged by the hotel per day and we had in and out privileges throughout our stay. There are two restaurants inside the hotel and a small convenience store next to the front desk. The lobby is more upscale than I thought it would be and staff was nice. We got into our room the first night later in the evening and our AC wasn’t working. We called the front desk and within minutes, a maintenance worker was at our door. He changed out the wall thermostat which didn’t resolve the issue and called for assistance to bring a new AC unit. They changed that out within minutes and discovered that there must be a wiring challenge that would take more time to resolve. They contacted the front desk, got us a new room and they walked it to make sure it was in perfect working condition before bringing us the new key cards. They offered to help us move but we were fine getting ourselves to the new room. This was the only challenge we experienced during our stay and these two maintenance technicians were absolutely wonderful. We forgot to get their names but they were on duty Friday, May 20, 2022 in the late evening. Nothing is a short walk in Washington DC as buildings are huge and the distance is deceiving. Every day we walked more than 7 miles and at the end of each day I walked back to the hotel to pick up the car to pick up my Mom to keep her from having to walk back. All throughout Washington DC, there are bicycles and electric scooters available to rent electronically on the spot to make the walking shorter and to get places quicker. We didn’t use them this time but they are a great benefit if needed. We did not eat in the hotel, but it is wonderful that the restaurants were there if we wanted to. This is a pretty perfect hotel to stay in when visiting Washington DC and we will most likely stay here on our next visit and recommend that you consider it as well. We didn’t take photos of the hotel, but it was very nice, clean, comfortable beds and we felt safe.
Response: M B, thank you for choosing to be our guest. We appreciate your feedback and are delighted to know that you had a great stay. We appreciate your feedback and will be sure to share your comments and feedback with the team. We hope to see you again, next time you are in the area.

19. Hyatt Place Washington Dc/White House

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Hyatt Place Washington Dc/White House
Price / Quality
4.8
Available services
4.2
Location
5
Possibility of Parking
4.1
Wifi
4.7

Address: 1522 K St NW, Washington, DC 20005

Telephone: (202) 830-1900

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Adam Green: Our experience was mostly positive at this hotel. The rooms are nice and stylish, the breakfast was tasty, and the staff was really nice. I decided to leave a review because there were several things that I thought could have made the stay even better: 1) There should probably be more room in the breakfast area as it is pretty cramped. 2) It would be nice if breakfast were served until 9:30 or 10 instead of 9 on weekdays, as it can be difficult to make it down for breakfast by 9 during a vacation. 3) The advertisements for the in-house restaurant seem a little misleading, mentioning that they have a finely curated and locally sourced/inspired menu when in fact the food options are pretty basic. It wasn't bad food, but the difference between the ads and what the restaurant actually is was a little ridiculous. 4) Communication about how to park when the hotel is booked online would be helpful--it can be stressful driving in the city, and clear instructions about where you can park while you check in and await the valet would bring peace of mind. We got lucky and found a spot, but if there hadn't been one, I'm not sure what we would have done with the car while checking in. 5) I think it would be nice to have more signs with general information for guests, e.g. when breakfast is, when checkout is, etc. I ended up just googling these things, but a sign at the front desk would be better. 6) The valet parking is really expensive! It would be nice if the price for parking was a bit lower as that would make guests feel more inclined/willing to tip the drivers themselves. 7) The hotel restaurant/front desk should get a card reader so there is another option for payment besides cash or charging to the room.
Response: Thank you for reaching out to us, Adam Green! We're so glad you had a mostly positive experience with us and we appreciate your detailed review! We will take your considerations into account and it helps to know that we're doing a good job! We would love to host you again sometime soon.

Erin Miller: beautiful hotel room. very clean, and amazing breakfast with all vegetarian options. the ladies at the front desk were super nice and informative. the valet was great too, I left my phone in the car by accident and he gladly retrieved our car for us so I could get it. thanks so much!
Response: Thanks for the great review, Erin! It's wonderful you enjoyed your stay at Hyatt Place Washington DC/White House so much! We strive for excellence so we're thrilled you appreciated not only our remarkable team and cleanliness, but also our gorgeous rooms and delicious breakfast offerings! Your praise lets us know we're doing our job! We can't wait to host you again soon for another amazing experience!

Felipe Sales: My stay here was very disappointing. I only chose this hotel due to the Hyatt brand, but after speaking to some locals apparently this one has a reputation for not being as nice as the others. On arrival they said I couldn't check in because my name wasn't on the reservation (it was made under my friend's name), and told me to call them and have them call the hotel to include it, otherwise I wouldn't be allowed. After calling him, he said it was already included ages ago and told them to check again. Told the staff member that and she said: oh yeah, it's right here in the comments. Same thing happened again when I forgot my key in the room. The guy said I was not the person on the reservation, and I had to keep telling him to check the comments section so he would let me in. Service in the hotel was terrible all around. Other than the person at the bar and by the door (who were very friendly), every person I came across on the help desk seems to dread talking to customers and every time you say good morning or hello they just turn away. My room was ridiculously noisy, I could hear the people on the next room coughing and sneezing during the night and when it was raining, the walls kept making a cracking sound every 1 second that sounded like a torture movie, so I had to sleep with noise cancellation headphones. Opening and closing the blinds is a challenge. I am skinny, but somehow they expect someone to squeeze into a tiny gap next to the wardrobe and keep pulling that cord. Breakfast is served until 9am which seems a bit silly if people are on holiday and most other hotels are until at least 9.30am. and it is honestly a bit sad looking: all they had were eggs and a few sausages in a sad looking paper plate that makes you feel like you're eating in basic economy.

Anna G: The hotel is located 10 minutes away (walking) from the White House and all main attractions such as Washington Monument and Lincoln Memorial. There is a good transportation system around it if you don't want to use taxi services. The hotel also has a rooftop bar which has finger food and variety of drinks (however it was advertised as a restaurant with a full size menu) We had one double room and one room with king size bed. It shall be noted that both rooms had coaches that could be extended to another sleeping spot. The rooms were clean however we were missing toilet brush and one blanket had a hole in it. The breakfast was included into the price and consisted of a buffet, coffee and juice bars. It was a little bit challenging to find a table, so many customers took the food to their rooms. The staff was friendly, professional and attentive.
Response: Thank you for taking the time to leave this wonderful review, Anna! We're so glad to hear that you had a positive stay with us at Hyatt Place Washington DC/White House! We're also thrilled that you loved our central location so much! We'd love to see you again soon so we can share an even more enjoyable experience with you.

Erin Robertson: Pros: Superb location close to everything you can walk everywhere! 2 blocks from white house and great selection of restaurants nearby. Phenomenal staff so friendly and accommodating! Clean grounds inside and out. Rooftop bar, however if u don't look high class some of the patrons can be rude. Cons: Beds and pillows lumpy and hard, woke up hurting every day. No pool. Breakfast done at 9a so we missed it a couple times. Next to a Gentleman's club, the patrons won't bother you but if you have a room on the adjoining wall you will hear the music until 2a but they provide earplugs.
Response: We appreciate the time you’ve taken to share your feedback, Erin. Although we’re delighted to hear that you enjoyed our location, clean facilities, and interacting with our team, it’s disappointing to hear that you weren't completely satisfied with our beds, breakfast hours, and sound insulation. We pride ourselves on providing excellent service and a comfortable environment to our guests at all times so please know that your concerns will be addressed to the appropriate members of our team moving forward. We do hope you allow us another opportunity to share a more positive experience with you soon.

Catherine McGuckin: Wonderful Staff And Convenient Location!! This is a well-managed property and highly recommend! Your staff should be commended. Your valet men are hard working and made sure my son’s truck was out the night before he was to report to USMC Quantico. Thank you gentlemen!! Miss T! Thank you!!! Miss T saved the day ensure my son’s shirt was dry before his departure! You were so pleasant and we’re so grateful! Great property, nice variety at breakfast, rooftop bar was great! Easy walking distance to Metro!
Response: Thank you for taking the time to leave this wonderful review, Catherine McGuckin! We're thrilled to know you enjoyed your stay at Hyatt Place Washington DC/White House so much! We strive for excellence so we're pleased to hear you appreciated not only our courteous staff and prime location, but also our amenities! Your praise lets us know we're succeeding! We can't wait to host you again for yet another unforgettable visit! Have a lovely day!

Celine Aka-Koffi: This hotel is certainly not up to my standards (I didn't make the reservation. If I had, it would not have been here). The staff at the front desk would benefit from some training on how to welcome guests. Our room was relatively spacious and cozy. The back of the toilet seat was disgusting. Housekeeping needs to do better. I won't return to this hotel.

Elizabeth Towe: Just completed a 5 night stay for our vacation to Washington DC and while I struggled to pick a hotel for us to stay at, I’m SO glad I chose this one. From the moment we checked in the staff was so friendly and welcoming. The hotel is so clean, the bed was SO COMFORTABLE - like sleeping on a cloud. Huge bonus for us was that they have Chromecast on the TV so you can watch your Netflix and other streaming services. The free breakfast was outstanding. It was different every day and they had such a nice variety of options. Location was convenient and within 30 min walk to National Mall and other attractions. Only a 5-10 min walk to the Metro if you choose to go that route like we did several times as well. I do want to note that the only disappointing thing we encountered was one night we heard what sounded like a band very close to the hotel playing drums and music til close to midnight. We used a sound machine app on our phones to drown out the noise so we could go to sleep. I HIGHLY recommend you end your hotel search now and book this hotel for Washington DC!
Response: Thanks for the great review, Elizabeth! It's wonderful you enjoyed your stay at Hyatt Place Washington DC/White House so much! We strive for excellence so we're thrilled you appreciated not only our courteous staff and comfortable accommodations, but also our amenities and prime location! Your praise lets us know we're doing our job! We can't wait to host you again soon for another amazing experience! Have a fantastic day!

20. Windsor Inn Hotel

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Windsor Inn Hotel
Price / Quality
4.2
Available services
4.4
Location
4.8
Possibility of Parking
4.4
Wifi
4.6

Address: 1842 16th St NW, Washington, DC 20009

Telephone: (202) 667-0300

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Kamila Madejska: We like it so much. We stayed in such a incredible room. Location was perfect. All monuments and relics where max one hour walking distance and 15- 20 min by car including traffic. Nothing. The staff was very kind, and helpful. Hotel offers free coffee, tea and water. They have lovely cat. If we have a chance to come back to Washington, we will choose it with certainty.

Mary Goldsberry-Troyer: Charming and friendly hotel! My kids and I really enjoyed staying here. I loved the great location, old architecture, excellent coffee, and that the room was quite spacious for DC. There are plenty of places to eat nearby and the metro is only 10 min away. Best of all, there was a hotel cat, named Mimi, who hung out in a quiet area of the hotel. She's made us feel at home!

Jamie Ballard: Clean, comfortable and spacious rooms. A bit dated - they still use metal keys, and the carpeting is worn in places, though this seems to just add to it's charm - as does the free range kitty that wanders the halls and lounges in the lobby. The staff is quite friendly and is able to easily handle non-English speakers (I heard both French and Spanish). It is in a great location, on a quite residential area within easy walking distance to several nightlife areas (Dupont Circle, U St/Cordozo and Adams Morgan). Over all, I would stay again.

Monica Hassler: After reading the reviews on this hotel i wasn't expecting much but much to my surprise it was lovely. Once we got there the host was kind and inviting. He asked to help with any of the bags we may have and even upgraded our room and even told us about some great spots to eat. The hotel is in a great part of town not to far from all the activities so you can still walk but not to close that it is loud all night. If you are looking for somewhere to stay in the DC area i would defiantly suggest staying here!

Scott Bellows: Nice front desk worker. Good location for business meetings in DuPont Circle. Good air-conditioning in rooms, good iron with ironing board on room, and nice pillows. However, no elevator in building, old rooms, thin walls, window looks out at another window of another room, cockroach in bathroom, television did not work. Double charged credit card. Details from online booking did not all make it over to the hotel. But all in all a decent experience.

Dylan Chan: Positives: Hotel is in a fantastic location, within walking distance of nightlife locations like Dupont circle and U street. 10 minute walk from the U street metro stop. Very affordable especially for DC and for this area for DC. Felt very comfortable and rustic, if not a little bit dated. Negatives: Parts of the room were a bit dirty and dusty, partly possibly to the age of the place. As mentioned earlier you can definitely feel the age of the place. The bathroom had the toilet and shower and felt very cramped. Twice someone from the front desk attempted to open the door to our room while we were in it, once in the morning even when we put a do not disturb sign on the handle, making us feel a little uncomfortable. Overall: Not spectacular but great value if you need a cheap spot in a great location in DC

Maxim Culacov: It's worth staying at this hotel if you are on a budget. Location is paramount. You are close to metro, food, Adam Morgan and Madame's Organ. The place is clean, but I would suggest taking your own flip-flops. It's old and don't expect to many inclusions. Their french guy at the front desk it's somewhat cute and makes the experience quite authentic. And maybe better blankets with make it a 5 star stay :)

Joel Brunet: We stayed at this hotel for three nights and the hotel is a little old due to being in an older neighborhood but it’s got a great classic feel to it. The hotel is very clean, has a great cozy feel to it, the staff is very friendly and the location is perfect. You can walk 5 minutes to a small little downtown are with some amazing restaurants and bars to hangout. You can also catch an Uber or ride a rental scooter through the city to the monuments and museums. I highly recommend this place!

Chi KC: A cozy guesthouse on 16th Street which is within walking distance to most National Parks. Reception was helpful and informative. Room was on the upper floor and will be a struggle for guests with heavy luggage. Decor was homely feel and room are spacious. Love the separate sink area with a great granite counter top.

Gracie Duncan: Super cute and cozy. Staff was really helpful. We were given the wrong size room the first time but when we went to the front desk they quickly and kindly corrected the problem. It is also within reasonable walking distance to the white house and other locations. There is a small store on the corner half a block away. My only complaint would be that it isn't marked very clearly and was a little hard to locate. Nice size clean rooms. Reasonably priced and a safe area.