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1. Duo Housing

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664 reviews
Duo Housing
Price/Quality
5
Available Services
5
Location
5
Parking Availability
5
Wifi
5

Address: 1223 11th St NW, Washington, DC 20001

Telephone: (202) 808-2195

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Aidan Garrity: The location and staff are excellent. The included breakfast is nice, even if it's just pancakes. Rooftop patio area great for relaxing and chatting. The hostel has a good social atmosphere. Parking is a bit pricey since it's downtown, but most people visiting this hostel are from overseas so it doesn't matter as much. Would stay here again when visiting DC.

Nicholas Daniel: Great stay for my first time at a hostel. The staff are very friendly and helpful, and willing to give recommendations for food in the area. The free pancakes every morning were great. All the facilities were kept clean. The hostel is well located near many attractions. The only real complaint was that the wifi was slow but with 20+ people there that is to be expected.

Aymeric SIREROL: Duo housing is very central and ideally located. I had a great night there. AZ, the owner, is amazing and does mean pancakes. Very highly recommend, that was one of the best hostel experience I had. Little tip: go to the Mexican restaurant right next to it, it's very good!

Dawn Horton: Thoroughly enjoyed my stay! Great for budget travel. Free breakfast of pancakes and lemonade, kitchen stocked with cooking essentials and 3 fridges to store your food. Great seating areas to socialize with travelers from around the globe including a rooftop patio. Centrally located with nightly outings to various nightlife spots in walking distance

Allison Kisch: After spending 5 days in a big hostel in New York with zero social interaction, I had the most amazing time here and I highly recommend it! the owner made us amazing pancakes and recommended this nice bar. They had us get together and we all went out as a group which was refreshing as that was really what was missing in New York!

Sharron Murray: Very nice hostel, good security, clean, great staff. Comfortable bed, plenty of bathrooms. Somewhere nice to relax. No facilities for laundry. Some of the furnishings were worn and could do with replacing. Recommended

Noah Shoaf: Definitely a mixed review. The staff was great and friendly, but not my favorite experience in a hostel. It seemed like there were a lot of people crammed into a small house with limited space. If your goal is to mingle and met people, this might be your place. However, if you want to have some space, unwind, and sleep is not the best place. For example, it was hard to find a place in the house to get work done, or to even charge your phone. Wifi was spotty. My room only had a few outlets and no extension cords. So, it just depends on your goals for your trip. Duo just didn't really fit my foals.

Tessa Stockdale: It’s the cheapest place in D.C but you get what you pay for… the owner is friendly but kept on pressuring us and guests to go out partying with him. We absolutely love to party but weren’t up to it after a big weekend, instead of being cool about it he made us feel lame and I heard him do the same to other guests. The rooms are average and air conditioning is super loud, you’ll need earplugs. The whole place has a weird smell and everything needs maintenance. There’s one tiny kitchen for over 40 people? Don’t bother, worst hostel we’ve stayed in.

Amanda O: I’m shocked by all the good reviews. The rooms are small and so warm it’s uncomfortable, the whole place has a weird smell, specially the lobby with all the shoes. The showers need maintenance, the view upstairs it’s also not really nice… It was very disappointing, I feel nauseous just thinking about it now.

Joseph Mathias: I miss HI Washington DC :( (used to be just a few blocks south of this hostel). As soon as you walk in, the nauseating smell of disgusting shoes fill the air, it smells absolutely rancid! You smell a hint of Febreeze, but it’s not enough to cover up the smell of the shoes. Once you’re inside, the rooms are super warm and cramped, and it smells in the room as well. The towel they give you also has a funny smell (I would encourage you to bring your own). WiFi barely worked. Breakfast food was lemonade and pancakes (weird), and the pancakes were really dry, but hey, they’re free. They need to add more showers and bathrooms, and definitely need to update/modernize them. Half the showers have faulty shower heads, and the know falls off on some of them. Staff also tended to be extremely picky about who the rules applied to. I saw quite a few people walking around the house with shoes, and staff said nothing. There was a gentleman who reeked of weed, and staff didn’t say anything. In conclusion, you get what you’re paying for. Would I stay here again? Definitely not. I hope they take these critiques, along with others, and apply them.

2. International Student House of Washington DC

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International Student House of Washington DC
Price/Quality
5
Available Services
5
Location
5
Parking Availability
5
Wifi
5

Address: 1825 R St NW, Washington, DC 20009

Telephone: (202) 232-4007

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Penny: This place was terrible and overpriced, I had to move out after a few weeks. The rent price included 2 meals per day, but the food was so bad. I often had to eat out; management was very very slow in addressing residents issues, and the Wi-Fi is only strong in some part of the building
Response: Thank you for having stayed with us and for sharing more details about your experience. We're sorry to hear about your experience with us. We appreciate the feedback and will look into how we may be able to improve some of the issues you raised.

Aman Kumar: Experience: double for a month in Van Slyck hall during the month of September Pros: Relatively affordable Food (breakfast and dinner) Proximity Kind staff and students Shared supplies Group events Democratic in terms of menu selection Cleanliness for bathrooms is pretty decent (shared) Quiet, limited noise issues Cons: Poor responsiveness from management Initially sneaky fees (application ($50 one-time), linen ($75, one-time), resident services ($85, one-time) Overcrowded shared fridges Quality of food is highly variable Wifi is close to absent in some rooms including the one I lived in Breakfast is later than ideal (0 food available at 6 AM) Mismatched furnishings in rooms Residents can be temperamental Several laundry machines do not work (cold setting, laundry comes out hot) Only one microwave for warming food Yes I understand it is dorm style living. Doesn't mean you should lower your expectations so steeply.

Varsha Thebo: Highly, highly recommend this place to all the international as well as domestic students and/or young professionals who find themselves in DC. You’ll feel right at home!

Alessandro Lumina: I've been living at ISH for a couple of months during an executive university Summer program on 2009, great place and great people!

Samuel Breslow: I stayed at ISH-DC starting in summer 2018 and had a wonderful overall experience. LOCATION (5/5): Dupont Circle is a fantastic neighborhood — it's safe and pleasant with tons of food options, a very central location, and easy transit access. The metro stop is about a five minute walk from ISH-DC, plus there's a Capital Bikeshare station right outside the door. COMMUNITY (5/5): ISH-DC has a strong community, and it's very easy to get to know other residents through the meals, occasional events, and group outings arranged in the WhatsApp channel. If you enjoy interacting with people from differing backgrounds, you'll love it. I'd guess around a third of residents are domestic during the summer, and less than that during the academic year. Almost all residents are in their twenties. PRICE (4/5): D.C. isn't cheap, especially in a neighborhood like Dupont Circle, but my understanding is that ISH-DC is very reasonably priced. Consider also that you'll be saving some money on food compared to living elsewhere (see below). ROOM QUALITY (3/5): I stayed in Marpat Hall, which is a short outside walk away from the main building. The rooms are fairly old, and look/feel a little quirky and dusty, but they're perfectly satisfactory and (crucially) air-conditioned. More recently, I stayed in Van Slyck Hall, which has a more modern but less homey aesthetic. Generally, maintenance issues are addressed reasonably quickly. Most rooms are doubles, and there's a waiting list for the singles. COMMON FACILITIES (4/5): ISH-DC's main building is a gorgeous tudor-style mansion. (You can check it out on Google Street View.) There are several great common areas, including a library with a TV, game room, and exercise room. The main hall is straight out of Hogwarts. The laundry is free, although there aren't always enough washers/dryers to go around, and they sometimes break down. The house lacks adequate facilities for personal food preparation, as there is a microwave but no kitchen available to residents. The communal refrigerators are overcrowded and unclean, and the cleaning staff often remove food that has not yet gone bad. FOOD (5/5): ISH-DC provides free breakfasts and dinners every day from Mikko, a local Nordic restaurant. It's a great perk that helps reduce living costs and brings the community together. The food is high quality (not the same as a restaurant, but much better than the old Sodexo services), and the Nordic elements (e.g. lingonberry jam) are fun. Coffee, tea, and milk are available at all hours. It's possible to order late meals, but this needs to be done by 4 p.m. POLICIES (4/5): Packages and mail are all handled conveniently at the front desk, which is staffed 24/7 by a resident (someone you'll probably know). Some house policies are frustratingly restrictive, though. For instance, visitors are not allowed after 10 p.m., and if you have a friend visiting D.C., they cannot stay with you unless you arrange it days in advance and pay $75 per night.

Irène Hu: ISH is definitely the best place to stay if you want to meet incredible and engaged young people from around the world, with nearly a hundred residents, you cannot but find friends with who you will share so much. I first intended to stay only a couple of months at ISH as I didn't know any one in DC, make some friends and then move out in a flatshare..but no, I stayed the full length of my one-year in DC. Just could not leave the community. Staff members are devoted and doing their best to make our living at ISH a great experience. And it definitely was for me!

P B: ISH is a great place to live, and I would highly recommend it. I lived here for two years (June 2014- August 2016) and enjoyed my stay. Ultimately, the resident experience is what you make of it. If you are excited about living with around 100 young professionals from all over the world, this is a great place for you. - The People: By far the best benefit to living here and you will make connections. Think tankers, international scholars, visiting professors - ideas are well represented here. I made many lifelong friends all over the world, went on road trips and vacations, went out to classical concerts and operas, went for evening dinners, and took advantage of everything historical and culture DC has to offer. It's nice to be around people who always want to do something, and you will not get lonely. - The price: It's unbeatable for the location. For $1,100 - $1,600 a month, you get a room in one of the best neighborhoods in downtown DC, food, utilities, maintenance, and resident activities included. You will not find better. Trust me, I looked. - Booking: You can book for a minimum one month stay and can book month to month. That flexibility is crucial if you're trying to extend your stay in the US. - The Staff: The staff and maintenance are all welcoming, warm, and sincere people. When problems arose, they were addressed properly, professionally, and promptly. - The Facilities: Since Google came in and took 360 panoramas of the house, you can get an idea of what the communal areas are like (not the case when I applied). - The Rooms: Some rooms are nicer than others. If you aren't comfortable living in a somewhat small room with others, you may not want to live here. Marpat (the men's hall) is essentially dormitory style living and is in need of updates.

Boban Markovic: This place definitely deserves more credit! I lived at ISH for two semesters and it was one of the best experiences I had. If you are seeking housing at the great location, don’t have time (or don’t know how) to cook, prefer international crowd to mingle, discuss global issues and hit the bar on the weekend, this place is for you. The location of the house is unbeatable. You can easily reach almost any part of DC metro are from Dupont Circle. World-famous institutions with great speakers and events are just around the corner (Brookings, Carnegie Endowment, German Marshall Fund, AEI, Johns Hopkins SAIS…). When it comes to restaurants, this area provides everything from upscale dining, casual seating, take-out, to 3am jumbo slice pizza (i.e. Duccini’s). The neighborhood is probably the safest in DC, LGBT friendly, with a lot of international people, young professionals, and plethora of cultural events. Public pool, tennis courts etc are not far away. You can enjoy a morning run, read a book or sip coffee on the ISH patio or in the library, or hit the bars and indulge in the nightlife at the U and 14th Street, just a few blocks away. When it comes to facilities, ISH buildings are old, but in a solid shape. The main building is a Tudor style mansion with dining hall, TV room, library, patio, great hall, and the residence area. It looks like Hogwarts! Van Slyck and Marpat Hall are built later, very simplistic, but still a good living area. Rooms are warm in the winter and there are AC units or central HVAC in all rooms. Common areas are clean and well maintained by the support staff, but the cleanliness of your room depends on you. It is a true convenience to wake up in the morning or come in the evening and have a hot meal. While food is not the best in the world (this is not a hotel or your mom’s kitchen), it is pretty good. There are usually two dishes, vegetarian option, salad bar, soup, desert, coffee, tea,… plenty to choose from. Now, the monthly price varies between $1,300-$1,650 per room, depending if it’s a single or shared room. This includes room, food, use of the common facilities and all events. Also, if you stay a bit longer you can work at the front-desk for a few hours every week and save some money. Good luck finding studio (without food) for this price in the neighborhood! The best part of ISH are people. We organized a variety of events, traveled on the weekends, went out together, had movie nights, cookouts, Halloween party, attended a bunch of fancy events with Congressmen and Ambassadors visiting the house. Alcohol is not allowed in the common areas, but having a few drinks in your room with friends before going out is totally ok. Again, this is not a hotel so don’t expect a queen-size bed, etc. It is a student dorm. For your money, you get decent housing, food, great facilities for common use, great location, safe neighborhood and opportunity to make friends worldwide and enjoy yourself. I strongly recommend it to students and interns! ISHers will become your DC family.

Roman Ginzburg: My review is bit dated since I stayed here in 2004 for a year and summer of 2008. I had a wonderful experience and met incredible ppl at ISH. Things have changed since, but would still recommend a stay to anyone new to DC.

Claudia Li-Ting You: For foreign students and interns, this is the best house and family that you will have if you stay here. I am an ISH alumni, and I love this place and all the friends that I met here.

3. One Washington Circle Hotel

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One Washington Circle Hotel
Price/Quality
4.9
Available Services
4.8
Location
4.8
Parking Availability
4.8
Wifi
4.8

Address: 1 Washington Cir NW, Washington, DC 20037

Telephone: (202) 872-1680

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Josephine Amuron: The staff were very welcoming, helpful and friendly, I stayed here for 2 weeks and it was amazing

Julisa Ovando: I stayed here about 2 years ago room was nice check in was good BUT I paid for valet parking once I got my car back it was ransacked everything was everywhere I had hundreds dollars worth of items from my trunk stolen I spoke to the manager with my husband they assured me they’d help me out but no 2 years later I have heard nothing. PLEASE BE CAREFUL!!!

Helena Williams: I stayed here for a week on a school trip and it was great. Our group was well accommodated, and the staff were all very helpful. The rooms were really nice and clean, and there was a whole kitchenette and a balcony. It was also within walking distance of a lot of other cool destinations. I had a great time at this hotel and I would definitely recommend.

Brooks Saylor: It was great and blew our expectations out of the water. The room was huge, kitchen, dining room (small albeit), King bed was comfortable. Price was relatively awesome for this location. Service was great. The walk-in shower wasn't lighted but not a big deal to us. You are in a city and there are city noises (sirens, loud vehicles, etc.) that you can hear in the room. Make sure you bring white noise maker for sleep and they offer it free of charge at front desk. Felt more like a apartment than a hotel room, and that's a good thing!

Katelyn Collins: I reserved a hotel room for my fiance's birthday. We had a very pleasant stay. The staff greeted us warmly and were very accommodating. They even upgraded our room for free! The room was very spacious, like a 1 bedroom apartment, with an attached balcony. There was a decently stocked kitchen attached. This is a pet friendly hotel, and a dog bed and bowls were provided at no additional charge. The gentleman at the front desk even offered to walk our puppy for us. There is a hospital close by, and the noises that come with that, and just DC noise in general, but they offer ear plugs, sleep masks and white noise machines. The bed was comfortable. Wifi was complimentary (a bit slow at times tho). Overall, I would stay here again.

Odomitchi Anikpo: Fine overall, but rather basic, 3 star standing. The location is good with some restaurants walking distance. The reception staff is nice. I reported an issue with my TV which they fixed right away. I went to the restaurant and the service was poor. I had to go look in the kitchen for someone to help after a while. The kitchenette is a plus for long stays. I only needed it to make coffee and it was troublesome. They provided a grinder (quite a loud option for a hotel room) then I couldn't work the machine properly. Too much work, not enough convenience.

Mark Jackson: Excellent location, very inexpensive, genuinely helpful, nice, caring staff, and surprise! The hotel "room" is actually a spacious apartment with a balcony equipped with table and chairs (too cold for us to use). This would be a great place to stay for a week. Tip: Take the room rate that includes parking. Paid in advance it adds $25 to the cost of the room. Otherwise valet parking is $42/night.

Megan Rainey: Great place to stay! Was only there for 1 night, but hotel was clean, rooms were spacious with private balconies and is perfectly located in the city within walking distance to restaurants, bars, the Monument and other historical sites, and Georgetown. Staff was super friendly and helpful with recommendations. Will definitely be staying here whenever we visit DC! Picture is our view from the balcony.

Paul Durkes: Hotel has a great location to everything. The rooms are clean and spacious. Having a balcony is a nice feature too. Cleaning Service is quick and not too intrusive. Only complaint is the shower gel smells horrible. Not sure why it was used.

Maria Bruce: The staff was very friendly. It was difficult to fall asleep because we were on the second floor. Maybe a higher floor would have been quieter. Also the bathroom toilet was way too close to the vanity and toilet paper holder. I kept hitting my arm and shoulder on it. Other than that the room was clean and the bed was comfortable.

4. Capitol Hill Stay - Veteran Owned Furnished Housing Temporary Extended Stay Washington DC Since 1997

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Capitol Hill Stay - Veteran Owned Furnished Housing Temporary Extended Stay Washington DC Since 1997
Price/Quality
4.8
Available Services
4.9
Location
4.8
Parking Availability
4.8
Wifi
4.8

Address: 11 2nd St NE, Washington, DC 20002

Schedule: Open 24 hours

Telephone: (202) 866-7829

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Katie Wilkes: I stayed here for a month while house hunting. Fabulous, convenient location to everything you need. One of the best parts about the house is the private little courtyard/patio space out front. Stunning in the springtime. Capitol Hill Stay was attentive and extremely communicative the entire time. The neighbors were also so kind and helpful. But I have to say, it was the sincere thoughtfulness of the people who run this hospitality group that exceeded my expectations. Tragically, I lose my pup of 16 year unexpectedly while here (we were grateful to enjoy many days of gorgeous weather on that patio together). Upon check out and kind conversation with Phil, one of the staff members, the team let me know they had made a donation to a rescue organization in my pup’s honor. It brought me to tears. Stay with them if you can- I don’t think you’ll regret it.
Response: Thank you for the kind review Katie. We were very sorry to hear of the loss of your beloved dog but it makes us happy to know you enjoyed some time together there on the patio. Thank you again for staying with Capitol Hill Stay. Your stay (and others) are what helps us stay in business, pay our staff, cleaners, landscapers, etc, so on behalf of everyone we thank you very much.

Zach Powell: My wife and I have never been to a big city before. Coming from a small town in Kentucky, we were worried about coming to D.C. However, the owner (Brian) and Louise has been absolutely wonderful! The apartment was in a very safe and very upscale neighborhood. We were able to pay for a secure parking spot as well. Our neighbors were quiet and working professionals (always gone). If there were any questions, someone always answered them promptly via chat or text! I cannot reccomend Capitol Hill stay enough! If we are ever in DC again, we will be staying with them!
Response: Thanks Zach. It was a pleasure having you. We get a lot of people in from small towns and many later tell us Capitol Hill feels very much like a village within the big city, so it's kindof the best of both worlds.

ell bee: We recently had the opportunity to stay at one of the John Marshall House units on Capitol Hill. The unit was fabulous - the perfect size for a couple, stocked with everything you could need, and very clean. Location can't be beat - close to everything in the Capitol Hill area and a very safe neighborhood. Property owners were fabulous as well - great communication, and they provided us with helpful suggestions and tips. Would love to stay here again!
Response: Thank you so much. It was a pleasure having you. Please look us up if you need furnished housing in DC again.

michelle baum: We stayed at one of their properties in Eastern Market/Capitol Hill neighborhood In D.C in October 2021. They were very responsive and answered all our questions. We were able to have off street parking for a very reasonable price! Unit was beautifully kept, clean and had everything we needed. Quiet neighborhood and great area to have as base for DC travel. Would highly recommend staying with Capitol Hill Stay groups' properties. Support this great veteran owned business!
Response: Thank you Michelle. It was a pleasure having you. Please don't hesitate to look us up again if you need furnished housing in DC

Christopher Wagner: I almost don't want to write this because I don't want the competition the next time I look for a place to stay in DC. But everybody's got to make a living and the owners of Capitol Hill Stay have earned theirs, so I have to tell the truth - the place was fantastic. A great location, a great place, detailed and friendly communication from the host, a backyard to relax a bit in and a place to leave the car and not do the DC street parking shuffle. It was like having a dream home in DC and I hope we can luck into it again sometime down the line a bit...
Response: Thanks Christopher. You stayed in one of my favorite places. Very glad you enjoyed it. Don't hesitate to look us up the next time you need furnished lodging in DC.

Veronica Thomas: Location! Location! Location! What you sacrifice in size for a studio by the heart of the Capitol, you made up for it with location! The owners were responsive, the place was clean, and we felt very secure! We were driving in from out of town and took advantage of the parking space behind the building and don't regret it! We were able to see our vehicle from our window and access it easily! The neighborhood was quiet and it was a great launching point for our family of four!
Response: Thank you very much Veronica. It was a pleasure having you. Please don't hesitate to look us up again should you need short term lodging in DC.

Monika McDermott: Brian and Luis at Capitol Hill Stay are fantastic, as are their properties. We stayed at 823 A st NE, Apt 1, and had a wonderful time. The apartment was clean and surprisingly well-appointed. We were there for 5 weeks and the owners were attentive to our every need (not that there were many). We loved the neighborhood - Eastern Market is such a dream to have so close. I highly recommend this small company and their great and interesting apartments. Also, they're pet friendly!
Response: Thank you so much. We truly appreciate your business.

Leslie Vargas: My friend and I came to Washington DC for a girls trip to visit her daughter and my son, who is a student there. We loved the apartment from the first second we stepped into as it instantly felt like a home away from home. It is beautiful and well furnished with high ceilings and tall windows. The apartment is immaculate and every detail is attended to, including a coffee pot that makes delicious coffee and quality linens that are so comfortable after a long day of seeing the sites. It is located in a safe neighborhood and is a nice walk to The Eastern Market, independently owned boutiques, restaurants, a CVS and a wine shop. The apartment is so inviting that we decided to cook there one night and it was so convenient that the The Eastern Market is full of lovely fresh vegetables, fresh meats and a bakery. Outside the market were street vendors with quality goods to sell which was so fun to browse. I have found that where you stay can make such a difference in the tone of a vacation and this one certainly did. It was a such a wonderful time and I’m looking so forward to visiting DC with my husband and staying there again.

Diana Ogarkova: We visited Washington for a tourist trip as a family, and this house exceeded our expectations. It's an impressive historic 3-story townhouse close to Capitol. The location was perfect: the neighborhood is quiet, and at the same time close to everything. We liked that we could get everywhere by walking, at the same time we were away from the city noise. Space: it was nicely decorated with a homely feel and spacious, plenty of shared space and 3 bedrooms. I personally loved the books collection on the 2nd floor living room. Recommended: if you are in Washington and want to feel like a local :).
Response: Thank you Diana. That was my own home for 15 years, so I absolutely love it when others are happy with their stay there. I miss that house, and my dog really misses the park

leo sokolskiy: Great place to stay in Washington. Walking distance to the National Mall monuments and museums. Very comfortable and quiet location, parking spot is a great plus if you are driving in. Kitchen has all the utensils as well as washer and dryer. Brian and Luis are very accommodating and responsive.
Response: Thank you Leo. It was a pleasure having you. Please look us up again when you need furnished housing in DC

5. The Washington Intern Housing Network

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129 reviews
The Washington Intern Housing Network
Price/Quality
4.2
Available Services
4.2
Location
4.3
Parking Availability
4.2
Wifi
4.2

Address: 210 I St NE, Washington, DC 20002

Schedule: Closed ⋅ Opens 9AM

Telephone: (202) 579-9446

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Kerry Green: I have been pleased with the WIHN experience. The staff promptly addresses any issues and really work to answer questions. The location is amazing and convenient, with Union Station just a quick walk and the Giant grocery store nearby. For convenience, the location cannot be beat. The kitchen is decently stocked with utensils and cookware, although it varies a bit from apartment to apartment. The mattress is comfortable enough. Amenities at Senate Square are nice, although I really just used the screening room and the rooftop. The apartment is nice and roomy for multiple people, although there is some mild to moderate "wear and tear" on the floor and furniture. That is why I gave it four stars. For an inexpensive and safe location, this is a great option! I will recommend it to other interns.

Benjamin Herron: Please stay away from this company at all costs. I stayed with this housing network from September to December and every month we got bills taped to our door of the owner of WIHN owing the building thousands upon thousands of dollars. With a week left in my stay, I had to move apartments because the building(that WIHN never paid for us to live there) found out that WIHN was leasing out the apartment to other people. My roommates and I were only given 3 hours to move out. This company is disgusting and untrustworthy. They take your money and then do not pay any of the buildings you stay at. PLEASE STAY AWAY FROM THEM.

Denise Anderson: My stay with WIHN has been great and extremely convenient! The neighborhood surrounding Senate Square is great and there are a lot of restaurants and grocery stores within a walking distance. The apartment is furnished beautifully and the kitchen has all the appliances that you could possibly need. Randy has been especially accommodating and was always just a phone call away. Overall, I greatly enjoyed my stay at Senate Square and all the amenities it provided.
Response: Thank you for the kind words Denise. Come back and see us anytime. Best of luck in your future endeavors! - Team WIHN

Kaleb Kelsheimer: The WIHN was perfect for my stay in DC. Not only is the apartment pristine and conveniently located, but the staff is as helpful as they come! They foster a tight knit, family like community that made my stay comfortable and enjoyable... not to mention they have the best maintenance staff in the game! 10/10 would recommend to any Intern coming to the Hill!

breanna stoesz: There were many issues in my apartment. Having 7 girls in a two bedroom apartment is wild to start with, then we only had one working toilet for much of my stay. Our dishwasher didn't work when we moved in and had to be replaced. Our freezer constantly leaked water on the floor, and when maintenance came, they were unable to fix it and left the pooling water there. The place had broken chairs and many lights that did not work. They kitchen was poorly stocked and didn't even any kitchen towels. Luckily, it was in a nice apartment building that had a pool, gym, theatre room, and business center, but those really were the only redeeming qualities of my experience other than luckily being paired with great roommates. If you reallllly need a place to stay, WIHN will work, but don't expect it to be very nice.
Response: Hi Breanna, thank you for the feedback. We are always looking to improve the experiences of our residents. However, The WIHN does not have any two bedroom floor plans in our portfolio (the floor plan of the unit in which you stayed is featured here: https://imgur.com/a/Uau6P4r). At The WIHN, we have staked our reputation on 100% transparency with our guests prior to taking their reservation. This is why we used Roomsie to provide you detailed photos of your apartment, images of your actual bedroom with a clear depiction of its configuration along with the names of your roommates who's stays would have overlapped with your own. Your comment surprised us us since you actively selected your bed, bedroom and apartment unit from this listing https://roomsie.com/properties/14 Unfortunately, the reality of property (both renting and managing) is that things do breakdown from time to time. We know it can be very frustrating dealing with an appliance that is not functioning as originally intended. Our technicians visited your apartment to make repairs but needed a control board that had to be ordered and it took 8 days to arrive. These are things we have very little control over but we try to keep to a minimum. It also appears that this is the first time we are hearing about any deficiencies in kitchen supplies. We are always happy to provide supplemental items when requested by our residents but I wasn't able to find a work order or other written request that was submitted for your unit. Thank you for taking the time to bring these items to our attention and we'd be delighted to host you in the future. If you have tips or suggestions that you would have improved your experience please reach out to us directly!

ShaLexus Danzy: My stay with The Washington Intern Housing Network has been nothing short of amazing! They were so gracious enough to bless me with a relief home when I moved from NC to DC to work on the COVID-19 Response. The staff ensured that my move in was seamless and was helpful with any questions or concerns I had. The house I stayed in was very clean and came equipped with any and everything you would need for an extended stay. Located in an amazing neighborhood and convenient to many different stores and public transportation. I couldn't ask for anything more. I would highly recommend staying with them and would definitely book in the future!
Response: Than you ShaLexus! We were very happy to be able to assist you and our other first responder residents during this unprecedented health crisis. Thank you for all that you do!

Kawhi Leonard: WIHN is the best place for interns in DC! Randy and the staff are so helpful and responsive. Move in was easy and the properties are very nice and clean. Full WiFi, washer dryer, tv, etc. Definitely recommend to anyone who wants a nice place to stay while working in DC!

Zane Boyer: My brother recently stayed with WIHN for his spring internship at the United States Senate and he absolutely loved the experience. The rooms had plenty of space and were very well maintained. The apartment building was centrally located and allowed him to quickly and easily get to work. It was also in a great location for finding top notch restaurants and other activities.

sophia: I had a great experience staying at the Washington Intern Housing Network! The apartment was beautiful and furnished completely, all while being spacious enough for multiple roommates. The service here has been amazing as well, especially Randy who has been very accommodating.
Response: Sophia, you were a pleasure to host. Please come back and see us anytime.

Peyton Weber: This is my second summer using the WIHN to find convenient, safe, and spacious intern housing. I've had friendly roommates both times, which made for fun summers in D.C. The apartments are beautiful and are fully furnished. The location is great, as I was able to walk to my internship on Capitol Hill in under 15 minutes. Union Station is also a short walk away, as well as Giant supermarket.

6. Duo Nomad

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Duo Nomad
Price/Quality
4.1
Available Services
4
Location
4
Parking Availability
4
Wifi
4

Address: 1010 Pennsylvania Ave. SE, Washington, DC 20003

Telephone: (202) 629-3495

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ghe rahadi: Located in strategic area. Comfortable bunk bed, clean bathroom, cozy rooftop, free to use kitchen and fridge. Some books and board games available in lounge room. Pancakes for breakfast, tea coffee all day. Friendly staff. Worth the price..Satisfying hostel experience. If you're lucky like me, you'll end up having the room for yourself

QueeNia AsheeMa'at QueeNia Of Many Trades: My first time staying at a Hostel so I'm a newbie! What I Loved: James was super accommodating! Our trip down to Washington DC had a few hiccups and he was so patient with us as we updated our ETA. Once we arrived he received us as nicely as he would have if we had showed up on time except probably he was more quieter as to not disturb others. The room has two bunk beds and I was grateful it was just my friend and I in the room. It was very warm and cozy. Maria was great near our check out time. She wanted to make sure we enjoyed our stay and that we had enough pancakes for breakfast. She told us where we might find vegan options and gave us directions to Market Street. Quick walk to the Capital. Metered Parking in front except on Sundays. What You Need to Know: We weren't able to cook when we arrived because the kitchen closed at 10 PM. My friend said the other hostels don't have that restriction. Off-putting for her. No dressers/nightstand/table to put things in or on. Had to Charge phones on the floor. Shower does not really get hot. So we had to be quick in and out. My friend had allergies so we had to leave the door open because it was too warm in the room for her. Very limited breakfast: Pancakes, tea, coffee, lemonade (mix). No Vegan Option was off-putting for my vegan co-traveler. Also, I didn't travel with children this time but if I did we wouldn't be able to come here because it's adults only.

Joseph Mathias: This is probably one of the best hostels I’ve stayed at in DC. The staff are super nice and welcoming, always making sure your visit and stay is enjoyable and going out of their way to make you feel welcomed. All the ladies working here are angels. I was scheduled to arrive late at night, and Jessica waited for me and checked me in when I arrived at night. The hostel is in a very nice neighborhood (Capitol Hill). Although it’s not close to the tourist sites, the Metro is 2 blocks away, you’re right by a grocery store (Trader Joes), and surrounded by great bars and restaurants. The wifi worked on all the floors (no spotty signal, it was strong on all 3 floors!) and rooms were super cool (a respite from the scorching DC heat). The rooftop patio was nice, and the outdoor patio. Delicious chocolate chip pancakes were served every morning, with coffee. TV had majority of the streaming services on it to keep you occupied, lounge on the 3rd floor had books and 2 computers. The only complaint I have is that the bathrooms are kinda in a very awkward spot (located smack dab in the living room). Anyone can see and hear you walk to and from the bathroom (and what you do inside), and when you walk out, the whole living room can see. The men’s showers are also next to the living room/kitchen, and anyone walking by the kitchen can see everything going on in the showers, making it slightly uncomfortable. Rooms were a bit cramped and small. But overall, the hostel was very clean and modern.

Ryan Young: Honest review. If you value security find another hostel There was definitely some positives. The staff were amazing, and the beds were fairly comfy. That's about where the positives ended unfortunatly for me I was unable to feel secure inside the hostel. The outer front doors stay unlocked the whole time, and the front doors, while locked have a hole in the middle for sliding documents through, that could fit a small arm and someone could easily just open the door from inside. The rooms themselves have zero locks on them (completely unacceptable in my opinion). They do have lockers, but they are all on the second floor (dorms on all 3 floor) and definitely not big enough to fit a larger backpack, and not enough for every guest, so there is a chance you won't get a locker and have to leave your stuff in an unlocked room. The rooms were too small, with barely any room between the beds. You will feel like a sardine can in the rooms, and I have zero idea how it passed fire code inspection. The men's shower area has no lock on the door and it's just off of the kitchen. I'd hate someone to be eating and get an eyeful they don't want to see while eating. When I was there only one overhead light in the bathroom was working, the other was flickering, generally meaning electrical problems, and apparently it had been like this for a few days. There is rust all around the base of the bathroom light fixtures, meaning they aren't meant to be used in a moisture rich environment. All in all, would NEVER stay here again, or reccomend to anyone unless you are in a real pinch. Even then sleep with all your important stuff basically attached to you so you can feel secure. Unacceptable for the price I paid for the hostel. I did not feel safe or overly comfortable. But as I said, with all that, the staff truly are wonderful! They are super helpful and accommodating and great fun to hang around.

Nicholas Giarraffa: Let me first off thank every staff member here your service was excellent!. Everyone here is super friendly! Now that being said let me tell you about my experience. I was in town for a festival but hotel rooms for 2 nights were 500 plus dollars and this hostel rated one of the top hostels in DC and for the price of 65 dollars a night you just can not beat it. Pancakes in the morning were delicious the bathrooms and showers were perfect! There was always and i mean always coffee ready to drink. The neighborhood is safe and parking was easy to find in the neighborhood. The only thing i regret is that i didn't spend more time here. I loved cooking dinner eating with people who you would never meet staying in a hotel. These people are from all around the world. Now i understand staying in a room with other people may be strange at first. Take it from me it was my first time in a hostel! Its not that weird when you wake up in the morning you will be smiling because you just saved hundreds of dollars. But if your going with friends try to go with enough people so you all share 1 room!. The mattress were very comfy the AC was ice cold in the rooms clea and the pillows were really soft but firm! I also would like to note that there is a 2 star review on here and that person still goes there when he visits. He was there when i was there and he was just angry that day and doesnt know how to erase the message So if your short on cash and need somewhere clean and safe to stay or you just want to save a ton of money YOU MUST STAY HERE. Btw the neighborhood is fine to walk around on at night, Its capital hill and it doesnt get much safer! I cant wait to come back for next years Cannibus Festival!!!! Last thing is they have a security code system so strange people can not just walk into the hostel

Dr. Yaw Ansong Jnr: Avoid. They overcharged and have yet to refund. Good luck trying to use the 'toilet' that's right next to the 'living room'. The bed was uncomfortable and right next to a major street. The place is in shambles.

Jeni Sweet: Hostel located at 1010 Penn Ave SE, not NW! Good, clean hostel w nice staff.

Beth Early: This place is in a great location, near Eastern Market which you should check out on weekends! Also, only 5 minute walk from the Metro station which makes it easier to get around. The hostel is clean, they make pancakes every morning for guests, and the beds are comfortable. Good security, too. As a female solo traveler, I felt very comfortable and I'd recommend it.
Response: We appreciate your stay with us Beth! We thank you for the review, and come back anytime!

gustavo “Gus” rivas-ortiz: Good customer service, breakfast okay, little small for the amount of ppl visiting, amazing location,food and transportation close by.

Emily Linares: Even though the place looks good I would say it is not appropriate for ladies, I was given the room next to the entrance door. Since I wasn’t feeling comfortable nor safe I decided to leave 10 minutes after, I was told I would have a refund by Monday, however, today is Tuesday and I don’t have my money back and they also charge me one night. I wouldn’t recommend this place, once you have a problem or need a refund you won’t have a good answer or service.

7. West End Washington DC, Tapestry Collection by Hilton

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West End Washington DC, Tapestry Collection by Hilton
Price/Quality
4
Available Services
4.1
Location
4
Parking Availability
4
Wifi
4

Address: 1121 New Hampshire Ave NW, Washington, DC 20037

Telephone: (202) 457-0565

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lucas stone: While the room and hotel were reasonably nice, our complete inability to sleep made this stay absolutely horrible. When we returned to the hotel in the evening, exhausted after attending a wedding, we discovered that the battery for the electric door lock had died and had to wait 20+ minutes in the lobby for it to be replaced. There is no reason for this to happen, as it should be on a routine maintenance schedule. In the room, we then struggled with the air conditioning unit. Every time it kicked on, and sometimes while running, it made very loud, startling sounds, which would have been impossible to sleep through. As a result, we turned it off overnight and were just uncomfortably warm instead. Once again, it seems like a unit that receives routine maintenance should not have these issues, and needs to be replaced if it can't be fixed. However, the truly infuriating aspect of the stay was the noise that results from the bar below the hotel. From 11 PM until after 3:30 AM, there were very loud patrons who congregated outside the entrance, which was just below our 3rd floor room. At any given time, there were groups of 7-15 people standing outside and talking/laughing/screaming, and there was no possible way to sleep through the noise. The windows provided minimal sound dampening, and need to be replaced if Hilton wants to even attempt to provide a comfortable stay for its guests. The positive aspects were that the room seemed clean, the mattress was comfortable (if only we had been able to sleep), the lobby is attractive, and the water pressure was excellent.
Response: Hello Lucas Stone - We are so sorry to hear about the issues you experienced during your stay with us. We would like to investigate further and resolve it promptly. Please reach out to us at https://help.hilton.com/s/contactsupport. Thanks for taking the time to share your feedback, and we do look forward to hearing from you.

Jesse Phillips: The room was fairly spacious. The furniture was a bit dinged up and there were some spots on the carpet. There was also some strange paint on the ceiling that suggests a historic water leak. But it was fairly clean and quiet enough where I was. They are cleaning rooms only intermittently so don't expect a daily visit unless you ask for one. I'm not a slob so it was no big deal and I prefer minimal visits. The person who checked me in during this visit was somewhat rude and unhelpful. It was as if I was doing her a favor by giving her my money and it was a bother that I was present. The rest of the workers are very nice and the breakfast downstairs was pretty good.

Nik Rama: Man, I love Hilton hotels and have never had a bad experience until this one. This hotel is easily the worst hotel I’ve ever stayed at. First of all, when trying to access the hotel, the entire road was closed for construction. I called the hotel and asked how to get to the hotel, and all they suggested was to park several blocks away somewhere and walk to the hotel. This resulted in 30 minutes circling the area until I found a spot. Secondly, they don’t have a parking garage. They tell you to go to the Ritz-Carlton hotel and park there. This is incredibly inconvenient. Third, if you are a Diamond members, you get no perks. You are supposed to get $15 credit for food, but they don’t honor that. Fourth, they don’t have a restaurant at the hotel, so you can’t get any food here. Fifth, the “free breakfast” you get is appalling. It’s located in the cellar of the hotel, and this area is disgusting. There was mold on walks, the wooden floor was super sticky, and when I went in the morning, no one was even there. You get no hot food, and at most you can get a pre-made sandwich and microwave it. The food is set up on the bar table. It was so bad that We didn’t even eat anything, we just left. Sixth, the rooms are not clean. I saw several dead bugs in the room, making me question whether they actually clean the rooms. I have included one picture with a dead bug. Seventh, they don’t have a gym at the hotel. A simple necessity that is at any other hotel in the city. Eighth, the elevators are terrible. These are so small that barely ONE person can fit in them. If you try going with 2 people, you will be touching. It’s so bad that you can’t have more than one at a time. And finally, if you require a wheelchair, don’t come here. It is not wheelchair accessible at all (many stairs before getting to the area with elevators). Overall, stay away from this hotel as it was easily the worst hotel experience I’ve ever had.

Tobias B: If you are a light sleeper or need to get up early, avoid this hotel and rooms on the lower floors and near the elevator. The bar/club downstairs plays loud music until midnight during the weekends, the elevator makes loud noises when it arrives, and you can hear the rooms next to you. Official checkout is at noon, but your room key gets deactivated around 11:45, so you have to reactivate it in the lobby. The receptionist told us "Checkout is at noon guys.", as if we were at fault despite it only being 11:50. The rooms themselves were good and comfortable to stay.
Response: Hello Tobias B - We're sorry to hear you had such a negative experience at our property, but we really appreciate you bringing this to our attention. We will use your feedback to make us better as we aim to make this right. Please reach out to us at https://help.hilton.com/s/contactsupport or call us at (202) 457-0565 so we can learn more about your room and stay.

Phil Weatherly: The room and fixtures were nice enough, but that's about all I can say to recommend this place over say, a Hampton Inn. The pillows were bad. Check in was by some poor exhausted lady who must also work a night job. The window shades don't block near enough light. I think my room was illuminated when the sun rose in Europe. Finally, without question the worst toilet I've ever used. I made the walk of shame for a plunger once, but that only made it slightly better. Fortunately I was on the first floor so I just gave up and used the lobby bathroom.
Response: Hi Phil Weatherly - Thank you for taking the time to share your feedback regarding our staff and the room provided. We're so sorry for the poor service you received and the inconveniences you had during your stay. We'll keep your comments in mind so that, in the future, we can make sure these issues are resolved. We hope to have the opportunity to deliver a better experience on a return visit.

David Kemper: Very comfortable room and attentive staff, but there is a downstairs club that, at least on a Friday night, goes until 3am with both a loud back courtyard that is up against some of the rooms, and after being moved, also has a large outdoor line that made it hard to get much sleep. Unfortunate location of the club given the hotel is comfortable, clean and well cared for.
Response: We are sorry that your stay at West End Washington DC, Tapestry Collection by Hilton didn’t quite match your expectations, David Kemper. We strive to deliver a comfortable experience for our guests, and we will make every effort to ensure we do better in the future. Please reach out to us at https://help.hilton.com/s/contactsupport so we can improve. We look forward to hearing from you.

K Mac: Don't stay here if you want to sleep. Pro: Rooms are nicer than they look on the website. Cons; The bars below hotel (where breakfast is served) and next to hotel get lively (hence the two stars for location) and *LOUD*. Windows are thin so it's very noisy esp when the bar closes. If street noise bothers you, bring ear plugs. Note that bars close at 3 am. We got very little sleep. Service isn't great- front desk staff mostly nonexistent and not friendly. Never felt welcomed. There wasnt any housekeeping service. We fixed the shower curtain liner (it was put up backwards). The thermostat wouldn't let us set AC below 70 and the front desk staff were no help They were so naive about thermostats it was cute. She said our problem was that we had the fan set to auto instead of on. And she seemed confused as to whether it should be turned higher or lower to get colder. Anyway the thermostat had a limiter set (we figured that out on our own). C'mon Hilton. Jeez.
Response: Hi K Mac - While we do appreciate you taking the time to acknowledge our nice rooms, we regret to hear about the inconveniences you had while staying with us. We always try to offer exceptional service and the best guest experience - we're sorry that we missed the mark. We'll keep your comments in mind so that, in the future, we can make sure these issues are resolved. We hope to have the opportunity to deliver a better experience on a return visit.

max costanzo: This hotel is the pits! Asked for a room cleaning and it never got done, they left the towels outside my door. The breakfast was of poor quality. Our room has leak stains on the roof. Beds suck. Front office never answers when you call. The only good thing was the aesthetic of the lobby
Response: Dear Max Costanzo, thank you for taking time to share your review. We strive to ensure that each and every guest has a stay that exceeds their expectations, and we missed the mark. Please accept our apologies for the challenges you experienced. We have shared your feedback with our management team so we can continue to make improvements. Please accept our apologies.

Abc Defgh: Intense outside noise. The hotel itself and the staff were wonderful...absolutely no complaints there. My overall experience rating is how the room was advertised. I stayed in Room #100 on a Friday night, but there was zero warning that the bar down below the room would be blasting its music until 3am. I ended up needing to try and sleep on a sofa in the lobby. Beware of extreme noise if you must stay on a Friday or Saturday.

Steven Power: Stay elsewhere if you are HHonors Diamond or want edible breakfast This hotel isn’t terrible, but there are far better nearby options, especially if you are a frequent traveler with Hilton. The good: The beds and room was fine. The staff was friendly. The location is great. The bad: The breakfast is abysmal. See my pictures. Despite being in bar, with sticky floors and dirty tables, the people working down there at breakfast wouldn’t even give me a glass of water, when I asked. She literally told me that I could only have hot water, that was out for making tea. The food looked terrible. Despite the “included breakfast” for Platinum members, we had to go out to breakfast elsewhere both days we were here. It all looked inedible and possibly dangerous. The internet is spotty and slow. It is so bad that I had to switch to my hotspot. The attention to detail is lacking. The shampoo bottle in our room was open and half empty when we checked in.
Response: Hi Steven Power - We’re normally known for our exceptional attention to detail, and we regret that we missed the mark during your stay with us. We would like the opportunity to investigate your feedback further and make things right. Please reach out to us at https://help.hilton.com/s/contactsupport so that we can collect additional information about your stay. Thanks again for taking the time to give us feedback, it means a lot to us.

8. Capitol Hill B&B by FOUND

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Capitol Hill B&B by FOUND
Price/Quality
3.7
Available Services
3.7
Location
3.8
Parking Availability
3.7
Wifi
3.7

Address: 101 5th St NE, Washington, DC 20002

Telephone: (202) 798-1262

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Vanessa Pineda: Location is great, price isn't bad, room was clean, building felt safe - good for a short stay. The B&B was pretty empty when we stayed so sharing the bathroom was not an issue. The check-in process was not the smoothest - I was told I would receive an email with instructions on how to get into the building and find my room; however that email never arrived and when I called I was given two codes over the phone. Since I could not write them down, I asked for an email and was told to just call back. The first code was off by a digit, we guessed right and were able to get into the building. The second code made us think the door to the room had a code, but it does not. We realized later there were lockers and that's what the code was for - so we could get the key to our room. I booked the room for two people and was only given one towel. Lastly, it was 30F outside and must have been 90F in the room. I woke up sweating and dehydrated. Even with the window open, it was still uncomfortably warm in the room.

Megan Taepke: Amazing location for the price!! It's a charming, old house that is beautifully kept up to date, something that is hard to find in the US. Do the floors creak and doors squeak at times? Yes, of course. If you're a light sleeper, bring earplugs and a sleeping mask, as there are other guests in close quarters (and they may leave their alarm ringing in the early hours). I personally had no problems at all. The rooms are perfect for sleeping, the main level has a large living area with lots of seating and a TV, breakfast was satisfactory (toast, oatmeal, fruit and coffee), and Dominique was so kind and accomodating.

Sonya Durney: For the price, very inexpensive compared to other things in this area, this place was phenomenal. I was worried re: the shared bathroom, having a bunch of early morning meetings that it would not be convenient to get ready. It all worked out great. My room was tiny but I expected this as it was advertised as such. It was clean and comfortable. Breakfast was nothing fancy - cereal, toast and coffee - but this was no surprise as it was advertised as such. It was all I needed to start the day. There is a convenience store a block away where they sell fresh fruit, snacks, wine etc. - so you can grab anything you need. The neighborhood is gorgeous. It was a quick walk to Capitol Hill. I felt safe walking home alone from dinner in the evening. Keisha was EXTREMELY warm, welcoming and helpful. I would stay here again.

James Lockard: One description of the B&B mentioned "unfussy" rooms. Spartan might be a better term, but perfectly serviceable. Rooms are on the second and third floors with no elevator - hadn't thought about that. The stairs are like an Amsterdam canal house - quite narrow, somewhat steep, very creaky. The beds were like bunks, but not stacked, raised high enough to allow a two-drawer unit to fit underneath - the only storage provided. No closet, just a few pegs on the wall with hangers. The room was large, but with lots of empty space. No comfy furniture in the room, but the main floor living room was very nice. Breakfast is very basic, but as described. Coffee was make-your-own with a Keurig, which was a fine idea - no coffer maker in the room. The place could be better maintained, but the location is great and the price is reasonable for the area. As long as you understand the details, and this style of accommodations suits you, you'll be well-served. Access is by key-code, provided a day or so before arrival. Everything went smoothly.

Kristel Maguy Sio: Save yourself some trouble and do not book this place. No one is there at this location when you arrive so, if you have a problem, you have to call the number on the door. I did that because the front door was closed when I came. No one gave me the code to enter, so I stayed outside for about 20 minutes trying the code the general manager gave me over the phone. Turned out it was the wrong code the entire time. Sadly, they had no back up plan for situations like these and if they had not found the right code, I could've stayed out for hours because no one was available. The general manager told me I could cancel if I wanted to, which was sad because there's a reason why we plan a trip in advance and book a place to stay in advance. Having to think about finding a new place to stay and paying additional money to commute there added to my stress. Especially knowing that it wasn't my fault that they weren't ready but there I was hungry, without a place to stay, tired, and I having to get ready for an exam. I wish it just stopped there but it didn't. When they finally gave me the right code, I got in but it wasn't clear which room was mine because they had two rooms with the same number and I didn't know which one was mine (one downstairs and one upstairs, which I did not know about). I tried the key on the one room downstairs and it didn't open. I spent time trying that one door and got more frustrated that it wasn't opening. I called back the general manager from the sister company and he told me I needed to talk to another manager. I called her number and no one picked up. I finally thought about going upstairs just in case my room would be there. I got up but I FOUND the worst room I could imagine. First of all, it was open, and the bed was messed up, there was a towel on the floor, it was just a mess! Clearly, someone was using that room. It was too much for me I just left and cancelled. They were supposed to charge me AFTER I stayed, but they had already charged me that day. I had to fight for the refund and again I could only reach Keisha, the manager, over the phone one time and that was it! For a week, I called, there was no response. I do not recommend this place at all. I'm not the type to leave bad reviews but I had such an incredibly negative experience that I cannot let anyone else make the mistake to go to this place. Found Places is not a place to be found, although their prices may be appealing. Please, just save your money and invest in a room that would be a bit more expensive but you'll be more satisfied. Your safety has no price. If you're a Found Place Bed and breakfast representative, please consider improving your mode of operation. Stay safe. Note: due to covid19, there is no breakfast served. Be mindful of changes that may occur due to the pandemic. Things may not be as advertised.

Debra B.: I'm giving it a 4 star review instead of 3. It is a nice place to stay. It's inexpensive and that's what's you're paying for. If you don't mind old and drafty in the winter months or walking up stairs or having your own bathroom, you'll do just fine here. At first we were like... umm..?? But the experience here got better. (We stayed 3 nights) We thought we were getting an upstairs room but got the basement. That was disappointing. It was ok. But during the time the host is there the dryer makes a horrible loud noise. Our first breakfast (just after it started) there was no milk or juice & 4 pieces of bread left. We were like..OK.. but 1/2 an hour later or so everything was stocked and we were happy. Even though it was drafty the blankets kept me warm. Over all we had a nice stay. It's close to union station and the Capitol. We walked everywhere.

Rebecca Petrovic: All in all, a really nice place... Great for the price!! So, if you want reasonably priced in DOWNTOWN DC... THIS is the place!! Clean, though shared, bathrooms. My room was a single, top floor, also nice and clean... VERY SMALL, but fine because I only needed to sleep and keep my stuff some place. And you can use the kitchen! Which was helpful for me, as I could not eat the very CARB-BASED breakfast items they had included in the price of the room (I did ask if they'd have any low-carb options for breakfast, but they said, "No." Be forewarned, it is an old building...Four levels... no ELEVATOR! All rooms are up or down from main floor! If you have concerns about doing stairs, ask...(Even the entryway is up, like 10 steps) If you absolutely CANNOT do stairs, try another property! Also, in the summer there are WATERBUGS... They look like HUGE ROACHES! I only saw 2 and killed both.

Carline Charmelus: This is a lovely place to stay. It is located in a nice and quiet residential area. Staff are super friendly. Room was a little small, but clean. The breakfast provided is continental (toast, cereal, coffee & juice). I will definitely go back.

Peter van Meijgaard: Great service so far! The owners are nice people. The B&B is located close to the mall of Washington. It's a ten minute walk. The rooms are also good. Basic bunk beds and bathroom, but tidy and clean. The only thing that could be approved is the breakfast. It's a bit too basic for me. I would like to have more choice what I want to eat in the morning.

Colin Novick: Great location, good price, good folks. The accommodations are simple, clean, and quirky in old house ways (hardwood floors squeak, and shared claw foot tb/shower at end of hall.) I like it and have gone back, but it may not be everyone's cup of tea. If you need a "modern" metropolitan hotel, then do that. If you need a solid place to stay on the less expensive side, this is a great option.

9. Beacon Hotel & Corporate Quarters

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Beacon Hotel & Corporate Quarters
Price/Quality
3.8
Available Services
3.7
Location
3.7
Parking Availability
3.7
Wifi
3.7

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

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Holiday Inn Washington Capitol - Natl Mall, an IHG Hotel
Price/Quality
4.1
Available Services
4.2
Location
4.1
Parking Availability
4.1
Wifi
4.1

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!
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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.
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11. Hyatt Place Washington Dc/Georgetown/West End

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Hyatt Place Washington Dc/Georgetown/West End
Price/Quality
4.2
Available Services
4.2
Location
4.3
Parking Availability
4.2
Wifi
4.2

Address: 2121 M St NW, Washington, DC 20037

Telephone: (202) 838-2222

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K G: Very happy. Very clean hotel. The area is pricey as is with any major city. The indoor pool was great but some customers were screaming too loud and for it being inside there was no one there to kindly remind them of the details. The room was clean! We didn’t get out beds made but we did get fresh towels which was nice. The breakfast was a great addition and we appreciated it. Parking for the hotel is $50 but Colonial Parking is $30. The staff were kind and pleasant. Overall, I would return!

Cruise Girl: It is located in a good area of ​​the city but not of the monuments, there is public transport nearby and restaurants, the room is huge but I did not like the view and that the doors sound too hard you are calm in your room and your neighbor's door rings and it takes away your peace. They leave a single soap for 2 people a little stingy. It is a basic hotel with a gym and a small pool, normal breakfast some fruits, oatmeal, coffee, cereal, bread, eggs the lady of the cafeteria very friendly .I recommend it.

Oscar Alvarez: From the moment I arrived, the valet guy was hands on, we didn't have to lift a finger to get our luggage inside and the car parked. Front desk service very welcoming and friendly, check out was just as pleasant. Overall the stay was magnificent and will recommend my coworkers to book here as we are growing our market in the area and will be staying often.

abe marquez: Rooms are nice, kids enjoyed the pool, at breakfast they had a little for everyone and if you ask for pancakes they make to order. Only issue I had was $50 parking from 3pm- 12pm. We got to hotel at 6:30pm I paid $6.50 at meter until 10pm after 10 was free until 7am when I paid another $4.20 for 2 hrs. So I paid $11 to park overnight then we drove off to see the sights.

Jose Quintero: The room service and the managerial skills of the people working there are really poor. They didn’t manage to make the bed daily unless you asked for it and we stayed in several hyatt’s hotels on this trip, so the pandemic situation wasn’t an excuse. The manager was kind of rude to my mom when she was complaining about an extra fee charged to her credit card, answering with ironies. The infrastructure and the breakfast were fine, the problem: the guest service. I would not stay there again and I would not recommended.

Ms. Naik: Advertised amenities not available, bare minimum toiletries with no body moisturizer, had to have hair drier delivered, no extra blankets in cupboard, maid just keyed into room without knocking or asking, surprising us at 6 pm. No water bottles or water cooler downstairs. Hilton down the road had both the last time we visited. Basic things that many hotels have was missing. Very ordinary, stay elsewhere. Location is the only thing good about this place. And they don’t give you points if you book through hotels.com. I have got point at Hilton in the exact same circumstances. Weird! I think I’ll prefer to stay with Hilton rather than Hyatt.

maionqueen: Room was clean, but big caveat. Do your research, ask questions before booking. All false advertising. They pull money off of your card before you even check in though they say differently. Wifi is not really free unless you agree to register your device with them. wall paper in the bathroom were pealing off, showing a whole at the bottom. Was put in a room overlooking a dumpster full of garbage. No toiletries in the bathroom. It was cold, I didn’t even have a duvet cover, just a coverlet. No notepad (which matters if you’re on a business trip) I was so upset that I couldn’t even sleep. I never recommend this hotel nor would I ever return to it.

LaQuita Rene: This hotel is 5 star! Sadik was our check in agent. Sadik displayed immaculate Customer Service from start to finish. We got a two Queen suite, the suite was very spacious and clean. The views we had were amazing. During this stay my family and I experienced the pool, breakfast, and the bar. All of these amenities were five-star. This is my new go to hotel when I’m visiting DC.

Rubbel Kumar: I booked a room at the Hyatt Place for a special event and surprise for my fiancee. I called the hotel and was given confirmation that the room would be ready on time (3pm) so I could go in and decorate it before my fiancee arrived. Despite this, I was unable to check in at 4:45pm, nearly 2 hours after my scheduled check-in. When I arrived, I was asked to wait while they checked on the room. After waiting for 45 minutes (they obviously forgot about me), I followed up and was simply told my room was not ready yet. This ruined my plans to surprise my fiancee and is unacceptable for a room that cost over $500. On top of all of this, our room had a leak in it. I cannot recommend anyone stay here.

Leanne Downey: The refrigerator in the room was completely full of ice buildup and barely cooled anything we put in there. There was a pull out couch in the room, but there was no extra bedding in the room. Found hair folded into the bathroom washcloth

12. Fairmont Washington D.C. Georgetown

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Fairmont Washington D.C. Georgetown
Price/Quality
4.6
Available Services
4.5
Location
4.5
Parking Availability
4.5
Wifi
4.5

Address: 2401 M St NW, Washington, DC 20037

Telephone: (202) 429-2400

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Iris Savoy: I went to the hotel to attend a luncheon. Everything was done professionally from the Valet to entrance into the hotel.It was clean and inviting. We were escorted to reception area, check in, and inside to the venue with professionalism from the staff. The food was excellent and presented it in order. They catered to every need that we had from a coffee, more utensils, to food options they provide. I will return.

Shonta Sellers: Great stay and thoroughly enjoyed! Starbucks right across the street as well as a delicious 5-star restaurant, Blue Duck, you've got to try. Hotel bar is comfy along with the beautiful patio that had live jazz. Not far from scenic views and tourist attractions. Closest to the Ronald Reagan Airport. Definitely worth the visit.

Steph Dobson: Beautiful, well-maintained hotel. Safe and convenient location in Georgetown, about a 10-minute walk to both the Foggy Bottom and Dupont metro stops. Friendly staff and clean, quiet rooms. We thoroughly enjoyed our stay and will keep in mind next time we visit DC! If you are driving, just make sure to budget for the overnight valet parking.

Dawn Jenkins: Hotel is clean and very nice. The only problem I had was no vending machines for us to get drinks. They do have 24hr room service so that's a plus. Rooms were spacious and well kept.

Richard Kelly: Quiet location within walking distance of sites and the metro. Maintains a certain elegance rather than charm. Clean, inviting room. Adult rather than child oriented. Wouldn't have wanted to bring the kids.

LVER Team: *Weddings* As a wedding photographer (LVERphoto.com), this is one of my favorite spots in DC. It is elegant, spacious and full of light - which means that rain or shine, there are so many options for photo locations. The suites overlooking the courtyard are spacious and beautiful and the staff is absolutely fantastic. Our team has been here several times at different parts of the year, and every time we've been here, we've really loved every part of it. We'd highly recommend the Fairmont as a wedding venue to engaged couples looking for a chic spot in the city to host an epic party! - Sarah

dionne davis: Customer service was great.. Room was awesome. The ambiance of this hotel is great for wedding. The only thing I did not care for was the chicken sausage at breakfast. Close to Rock Park

Carey Kokkonen: The hotel is lovely, clean, and fancy shmancy, but what really makes it great are the people that work there. Everyone was kind and genuine. Above that, the hotel is pet friendly AND located next to a large dog park! The location is pretty and perfectly situated — walking distance to DuPont Circle & Foggy Bottom and to Georgetown. There are enough walkable restos and coffee shops (Das Ethiopian and Bread & Chocolate are faves worth mentioning) as well as pharmacies, groceries, etc., however, walking out of the hotel, you’re not hit with a busy street and gobs of traffic. We quite enjoyed our stay and look forward to our next visit!

H.M. LEE: At the first glance, the room looked great, but after the first night I found: there is neither shampoo nor shower gel, bathroom sink barely drains, TV remote control works poorly (volume buttons), one of two light stands doesn't work, TV looks slightly tilted (I tried to level it but I decided not to) Fantastic location cannot completely cover poor performance, especially for this room rate. I'm going to stay another night but it didn't meet my expectation so far.

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

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Hilton Garden Inn Washington DC/U.S. Capitol
Price/Quality
3.9
Available Services
4
Location
3.9
Parking Availability
3.9
Wifi
3.9

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. Leonard Hall

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Leonard Hall
Price/Quality
3.9
Available Services
3.9
Location
4
Parking Availability
3.9
Wifi
3.9

Address: 4400 Massachusetts Ave NW, Washington, DC 20016

Schedule: Open 24 hours

Telephone: (202) 885-7702

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vincent colangelo: Very pleased .clean and staff was helpful and friendly

Tom M: Place was pretty lit ngl, got tossed with the boys on the daily ripping heaters and fat doinks 24/7 gets a 10/10 for me

15. Residence Inn by Marriott Washington, DC/Foggy Bottom

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Residence Inn by Marriott Washington, DC/Foggy Bottom
Price/Quality
4.3
Available Services
4.2
Location
4.2
Parking Availability
4.2
Wifi
4.2

Address: 801 New Hampshire Ave NW, Washington, DC 20037

Telephone: (202) 785-2000

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Tracy H: The pros: -Great location to metro, eateries, George Washington University, the hospital, Whole Foods -great breakfast options -comfy bed! Slept great! The cons: -majority of personnel needs a LOT of customer service training! I have NEVER been talked to so rudely as I was at this Marriott! Flabbergasted!! I’ve been exclusive Marriott customer since 1988! This personnel needs an overhaul (not all but most!!) -needs a remodel (lobby has current decor), but the rooms and hallways - EEK!! Very dark, dim and dank. Furniture is large and bulky, very 1980s-1990s feel. -breakfast is quickly put away, and depending on who is manning the breakfast, it may or may not be refilled or refreshed 30 mins before closing it down. I’m simply talking coffee here!! Unacceptable! Very rude when asked about refilling coffee urn! -bathroom was ridiculously small! Room spacious, bathroom - barely room for one, quite awkward set up ***main tip*** Lock up everything of value in your room or take it with you!! Hopefully your safe works (ours did not). Unfortunately, there seems to be at least one bad apple in a position that has access to keys! Be advised! I would not stay here again.
Response: Thank you for your recent feedback. We do apologize that you were unhappy. We thrive to give all our guests a great experience and we apologize for not been able to provide you with one.

James Rose: Rooms are very spacious. Carpets show alot of wear in the room. Obviously this is an older building but they have done well maintaining it. Staff was very polite and located in quiet area. For the $ I would definitely stay here again. Especially compared to what I pd at other places in DC during my stay here.

Cynthia Vazquez: Great location. D.C.had a winter storm so my friend and I opted to stay in this hotel as we always do whenever it snows while working. It's a short walk from GW hospital. The staff was friendly and nice.. Room as always was neat and clean. Although breakfast doesn't start until 0630, they allowed us to take out breakfast because we need to be at work by 0630. What a great way to show us we mattered. Thank you so much for an excellent service. I always recommend this place to our co-workers.
Response: Thank you for taking the time to review us. We appreciate the feedback and hope to welcome you back soon!

Ron Milkowski: Great location to GWU and Foggy Bottom Metro stop. Room was spacious. Bathroom was small but it served its purpose. Breakfast was not very good. Seemed like everything was pre made and warmed. Made my own breakfast in my kitchenette seeing Whole Foods was a 5 minute walk away. I found the team to be nothing but nice. No issues whatsoever. On-site Parking is tight. Only a few spots available in their underground parking. Call ahead. Would recommend Foggy Bottom Residence Inn and will be staying there again.
Response: We appreciate you sharing your feedback and hope we have the opportunity to host you again in the future!

KevAly Ferrero: Rooms were clean, close to everything, Good breakfast options and very friendly breakfast staff (especially the new guy (sorry didn't get his name) and Tiffany (front desk) is awesome. She is knowledgeable, helpful and has a great personality for greeting new arrivals and for the duration of your stay. The only improvements we would suggest is better lighting in the rooms and definitely better air conditioning in the rooms and in every part of the hotel. The air conditioning works but for us we like it colder.
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Carol Aguilar: I have stayed here numerous times. Easy walk to grocery and restaurants. Washer/dryer available and supplies for purchase at the front desk. The staff are friendly and helpful. Breakfast is back, now hopefully the evening snack will follow soon.
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V. D.: Great location, fantastic service at the front desk, clean rooms that made me feel at home. You're a short Uber ride away from all the major attractions. If you're in town for a while this is a great place to post up.

Patrick Walsh: The review below by Tracy is pretty dead on. I'll add - bathroom not stocked with shampoo and not restocked after asking. Toilet didn't flush. Furniture very tired. Marriott ain't what it used to be.

Jason Barrett: The staff all have Aspergers. They are unable to communicate properly and they have no care or concern for the guests. They gave our room away, forcing 4 of us to sleep in one bed and told us to leave our car in a loading zone when they ran out of space. There are tents with transients around the hotel, yelling at all hours and in your face. There is no housekeeping unless you go out of your way to request it. The hotel should be renamed the Bates Motel.

16. National Alliance to End Homelessness

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National Alliance to End Homelessness
Price/Quality
5
Available Services
5
Location
5
Parking Availability
5
Wifi
5

Address: 1518 K St NW, Washington, DC 20005

Schedule: Closed ⋅ Opens 9AM

Telephone: (202) 638-1526

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Asher Parvu: This is a worthwhile organization that does amazing work throughout the United States and is highly motivated to end homelessness.

Mason Winkle: good business

Robofortress: Amazing organization.

Andrew Stick: nice

17. The St. Regis Washington, D.C.

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The St. Regis Washington, D.C.
Price/Quality
4.5
Available Services
4.5
Location
4.6
Parking Availability
4.5
Wifi
4.5

Address: 923 Black Lives Matter Plz NW, Washington, DC 20006

Telephone: (202) 638-2626

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Lisa: You will hear the food and beverage director before you see him. During our trip, he raised his voice multiple times quite angrily - it was quite concerning to hear him speak to guest service staff in such a way and that he was comfortable enough to do it in front of guests, too. Otherwise, my husband and I had an absolutely lovely stay. Our room was amazing and there were lots of friendly faces. I also especially enjoyed the pillows, and I wish I had thought to ask what type they were as they were super comfy.

Hampus Engstroem: Don't forget to use ʜoᴛᴇʟʙoʟʟʏ.ᴄᴏm when booking a hotel. This website will compare thousands of booking web sites and usually will have prices a lot cheaper compared to others! Thank me later! This hotel is one of the highest rated in this area. I have been staying here for a long time. If you decide to stay here you for sure won't regret it. We went to St.Regis afternoon tea to celebrate the cherry blossom season and it didn't disappoint. The place is nice and their tea selection is amazing. It's a set menu. I personally enjoyed the savory part more. While the sweets were well represented and looked amazing, nothing tasted special but the scones. I highly recommend it I just wished that I have the choice of picking what I'd like instead of having little of everything. They offered a to-go box for the rest of the sweets though.

Sade Smith-Edwards: The hotel is amazing and me and my husband went here for the afternoon tea this passed Friday. It was our 5 year anniversary and we were thinking of staying the night after a fun day of hanging out in the city. Our opinion had changed when the person servicing us essentially never addressed me, even when I was the one asking questions. When my husband asked to have champagne, only HE got to taste it and I was blatantly ignored. She had her back to me as often as possible... That is until I was the one paying the check. I have NEVER, and I do mean never, been treated that way in any service capacity. This completely deterred me from book a night there. I'm sure the staff and hotel is wonderful but this was not a good look. And this was our 5 year anniversary. Probably will think twice before considering going here for a stay.

Ghaida Alshabnan: We went to St.Regis afternoon tea to celebrate the cherry blossom season and it didn't disappoint. The place is nice and their tea selection is amazing. It's a set menu. I personally enjoyed the savory part more. While the sweets were well represented and looked amazing, nothing tasted special but the scones. I highly recommend it I just wished that I have the choice of picking what I'd like instead of having little of everything. They offered a to-go box for the rest of the sweets though.

Squirrely: Five stars all around. The rooms are elegant, updated, clean, and comfortable. Each staff member I dealt with went above and beyond to help. I was especially pleased with the front desk employee who grabbed me a cup of coffee in the middle of the night when I had to catch an early flight. The location is excellent and there are plenty of restaurants and attractions within walking distance.

J. Jasmine Villanueva: My husband and I took a last minute trip to Washington and decided to take my parents to this facility and couldn't be happier. Rooms and service were nothing short of amazing. The staff at any St. Regis property NEVER disappoints. Oh, and it's literally a 3 minute walk from the White House and restaurants, etc. I highly recommend this hotel for anyone who is visiting Washington DC.

Sarah Morris: Unfortunately this was a disappointing and underwhelming experience. The hotel is pretty but lacks 5 star service. I have dust allergies and spent most of my time here with a clogged nose which miraculously cleared up when outdoors!! I assume this was to a lack of cleaning of their filtering system. The staff did their best and offered complimentary breakfast but I really cannot excuse having a poor night's sleep in a hotel? Certainly not worth the price ticket and I would choose elsewhere if I return.

Liem Huynh: We stayed for one night in the Metropolitan Suite in June 2022. The room desperately needs renovation and service was nonexistence. Disappointing experience overall. No prearrival email, no response when I emailed the butler service for restaurant reservation, zero communication from the butler during the entire stay. Unfriendly lobby staff, no greeting, had to open the door on my own at times. The Metropolitan Suite was old and in need of a renovation. Dirty pillow cases, worn out carpets, water from faucet smelled a little punky and we even found pieces of shattered glass on the floor. Only positive experience was the check-in, after that everything went down hill. Recommend trying something else while you’re in DC. Much better experience at the Ritz Carltons if you’re a Marriott fan.

Joe J.: Amazing tea experience in DC, probably the best in terms of service, flavor, presentation and selection of teas. The cherry blossom touch is a nice and pleasant surprise. Although it is on the pricey end, definitely recommend!

Ayesha SH: I attended the Whimsy event on April 1. Pros and cons below: Pros: Wine was good. We ordered a Napa cab so it was costly. Ambiance was decent. The best part was their waiters who were super friendly and hospitable. Cons: I was told parking would be validated prior to attending the event. On the day of they refused. We spent upwards of $600 and they wouldn’t validate the parking. Food was ok. I didn’t feel that great later at night. The princess thing was childish, hilarious, and unnecessary. Adults attend these kinds of events not kids. Overall not worth the money they charged us.

18. WhyHotel by Placemakr, Union Market, Washington, DC

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WhyHotel by Placemakr, Union Market, Washington, DC
Price/Quality
4.3
Available Services
4.2
Location
4.2
Parking Availability
4.2
Wifi
4.2

Address: 331 N St NE, Washington, DC 20002

Telephone: (833) 240-7753

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Bill Holler: This very modern Apartmenthouse is for me the right place. You have a complete apartment with everything you need for a short or even long stay. The whole place works fully digital. Once you have installed the App and activated your stay, you are ready to enter everything you need. The doors will unlock automatically once you are close, the same goes for the elevator or the parking garage. The equipment in the room is top notch. As fully equipped kitchen, washing machine and dryer, even an extra dressing room, what else can you ask for? Oh yes, of course what about a balcony? But this is also there. Pricing is excellent compared with hotels in that area, only 15 minutes from the Capitol.
Response: Dear Bill, On behalf of the WhyHotel by Placemakr, Union Market, Washington, DC team, thank you for staying with us and for your review! We're elated that our convenient location, excellent value, and well-equipped accommodations were all highlights of your visit. We hope to welcome you back the next time you're in the area!

Lucy Yao: Great location, amenities and space. Looks clean upon first glance, but after a couple hrs walking around, all our socks and feet were filthy. Not for families with young kids or anyone planning to remove their shoes at some point. It’s a shame, as I really like a lot of features about this place and would still recommend for adults who aren’t going to be bothered by dirty floors. For $450/nt, I expected not to have to be down on my knees Lysol wiping when first arriving at my hotel.
Response: Dear Lucy, Thank you for your recent feedback regarding your stay with us. It's nice to know our location was convenient. However, we apologize sincerely for letting you down when it comes to cleanliness. Our housekeeping team will ensure that rooms are thoroughly cleaned before occupancy. Having said that, it's nice to know you enjoyed our amenities. We welcome your comments and would appreciate another opportunity to deliver the excellent value you deserve.

Mecca Russell: I stayed here in December. The hotel is in a residential complex where people live full time. The app needed to enter in and out of the building, the elevator, and your apt suite was an absolute trainwreck. It was temperamental and inconsistent. I arrived and my room wasn't clean: the kitchen stove was dirty and the toilet/bathroom needed better cleaning. There were towels in the dryer. The apartment was new, but the cleaning staff looked like they just quickly wiped over things and were in a rush. I ultimately brought the matter to the hotel's office and they kindly moved me into another room. The TV in the new room did not work and it was really confusing to figure out how it worked. The dishwasher didn't work either and I had to bring the matter to the staff once again. They got a maintenance person to fix it in about two-three hours the following day but it became something I had to worry about, as I had to be there to let him in. There were just too many things I didn't want to be bothered with while on vacation. Def won't be staying here again.
Response: Dear Mecca, Thank you for sharing your constructive feedback. We aim to deliver a comfortable, home-away-from-home experience, and we're distressed to have fallen short of your expectations. Rest assured, our housekeeping team will refocus their attention to detail. We'll be working diligently to improve, and we hope to have another opportunity to change your perceptions.

Tondi Bailey: Highly recommend staying here for any trip. It is the perfect mix between an airbnb with hotel amenities. Easy check-in/check-out. The room was very clean and staff was super helpful. We did experience trouble with access to our room via the app, but it was resolved by staff quickly. 10/10 experience.
Response: Dear Tondi, Thank you very much for taking the time to share your comments with us. We're delighted to know that you appreciated our easy check-in experience, clean accommodations, and friendly staff members. Happy travels to you, and we hope to see you again soon!

INSECURITIES: Stayed in the one bedroom apartment, which was very nice and clean. However, I wish I could say the same about management they were very rude and unprofessional. Me and my girlfriend stayed here for her birthday weekend and we actually enjoyed the stay so much we decided to extend it. The lady at the front desk Nataya provided us with inaccurate information in regards to the check out times and amount. An associate from the hotel barged into our room and did not give us enough time to respond. I felt as if our privacy was invaded. She advised us that we were supposed to be checked out and after explaining the situation the associate continued to talk over us being very rude and our access to the unit was restricted. We spoke with someone at the front desk and tried to rectify the situation and instead of communicating appropriately we were continuously talked over and interrupted and no one took accountability for the associate providing inaccurate information. We were then kicked out of the hotel completely having to be escorted to just get our things out of the unit and was lied on saying that we got into a fight with one of the managers even though it was the manager being rude. Very unpleasant and traumatizing experience. Poor customer service.
Response: Thank you for sharing feedback about your recent experience at our hotel. While we are glad you found our accommodations clean and pleasant, we are very sorry to hear about the encounters you had with our staff, and we will certainly research the issue. Your comments are important to us, and we will use them as we continually work to improve our service. We wish you safe travels in the future.

MBK Wise: Terrible experience. Very difficult to find or locate. No signs or any indication there's a hotel there. You arrive at the address and see 'Press House' but no 'Why Hotel'. You go to the door and it's locked. You look around and notice a keyboard with a camera.You finally see in a small print 'Why Hotel' button. So, you push it. It keeps on ringing. Then a recording tells you they're closed. You knock on the door and a guard is reluctant to open it for you. When his Highness decides to respond he tells you it's not his problem and the hotel actually occupies 2 floors in this big building. Then he decides to point at a small flyer shoeing another tel no for the hotel. You call and the employees are not happy you came. They process you, then the key doesn't work. Then you try again, then the new key doesn't work either. Meanwhile you hear comments and face behavior showing you they're doing you a favor. The garage parking is another ridiculous experience. If you need help you don't get it. And when they decide to help, they take a long time to show up. I wasn't satisfied and I done recommend it. It's a similar system to Air BnB, but a terrible one.
Response: In reading your review, it is clear that we failed to meet your needs, and for that, we are very sorry. We will speak with our team immediately about the service we provide, as welcoming hospitality is crucial. We will also take action in regard to our key system. Forgive us for our shortcomings this time around, and allow us to make it up to you in the future.

jennifer bollinger: Communication with staff and help was wonderful!! Anthony was who greeted us and helped us get parked he was great and welcoming! I was super excited about our stay until I opened the room and no balcony 😭 I spent weeks looking for a place I'd feel comfortable at staying at that met my needs because, of a horrible accident I was in. I'm extremely costrophobic I can't do small enclosed spaces. I am also handicapped. So it's hard for me to find places that can accommodate. Every picture on here show the rooms have balconies. When I arrived in my room no balcony. There also shows pictures of an outdoor area with a pool and such. You can not use them. So unfortunately I'm currently battling panic attacks being enclosed in this room and wondering if a weekend I was so excited for and took weeks planning can still happen because I'm not sure I'll beable to enjoy my time here in DC. Please don't advertise things if you can not accommodate. Praying I can get past this and can give why hotel a better review. Got
Response: Dear Jennifer, Thank you for sharing feedback about your experience at our hotel. While we're glad you felt welcomed by Anthony when you arrived, we are sorry our accommodations were not what you expected. We are not certain if you've been able to speak with our front desk team to assist you, so may be able to change your room, but we highly recommend you contact them. We appreciate you reaching out and hope that the rest of your stay is comfortable.

Tori S: We absolutely loved this hotel it is like no other hotel experience because You're staying in a beautiful apartment. We like the fact that we could go shopping for shopping for food and makes most of our meals at the apartment. Trader Joe's is right across the street and it is walking distance from Union station about 35 minutes. The metro station is right around the corner and it's a straight shot to U street where there's plenty of dining and night life.
Response: Dear Tori, We're delighted you enjoyed your stay at WhyHotel Washington DC Union Market! It's great to know that our location was ideal for your trip. If your travels bring you back to the area, we'd be happy to host you again.

EIANKA ANICETTE: The location is definitely up an coming. It reminded me of downtown Brooklyn (Dumbo) during the building of the new constructs. I give it about 3 to 5 years and that area will be a sight for sore eyes. Over all the staff were very helpful especially when it came to accessing the room key. It seemed a bit tricky but honestly after being shown what to do it became very easy to navigate/access the building. The only thing I would suggests is getting a thicker mattress or a much more stable platform. While we were sleeping the head area kept sinking and the pillows went through. Will definitely return.
Response: Dear Eianka, Thank you for choosing to be our guest at WhyHotel Washington DC Union Market. We're happy to hear you appreciated our up-and-coming location and friendly service. Your suggestions for improvement have been duly noted. We can't wait for your next visit!

P & C Flores: The location was PERFECT! The "apartment" feeling was perfect for us to feel comfortable and same time it gave us the taste what it is like to live in big city! :) We'll definitely stay here again anytime we visit DC in the future.
Response: It was wonderful to host you at WhyHotel by Placemakr, Union Market, Washington, DC. We appreciate you shining the spotlight on our comfortable and well-appointed accommodations. Familiar faces are our favorite, so hurry back!

19. The Jefferson, Washington, DC

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The Jefferson, Washington, DC
Price/Quality
4.6
Available Services
4.7
Location
4.6
Parking Availability
4.6
Wifi
4.6

Address: 1200 16th St NW, Washington, DC 20036

Telephone: (202) 448-2300

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Nick C: What an amazing experience staying at the Jefferson! My wife and I got away for a few days and to celebrate the NY! We were warmly welcomed from the first minute and upgraded to a wonderful suite for our stay. The room was amazingly comfortable with all the amenities expected of a 5 star property. Breakfast was top notch at the Greenhouse. To top it off the location was great for walking the city and seeing all DC has to offer! This place lives up to its reputation! Thanks to all of the staff!
Response: Thank you for the kind words! We hope we can welcome you back again soon.

Karen Koller: The Jefferson absolutely delivered a 5 star experience. The service was outstanding and all the little touches like a tv in my bathroom mirror or a stool for my purse went above and beyond what was expected. One of the best here. They have one of the best bar and restaurants I’ve had while staying in a hotel. The Quill and the Greenhouse had wonderful food and drinks ! Service was top notch. Every single staff member went above and beyond my expectation. A must if you are staying in DC ! So many amenities and extra touches.

Scott Ordal: This was our first experience at a luxury hotel and we were not disappointed! The staff were so friendly from the time that we pulled up to use the valet all the way through picking our car up to leave the next day. Every person that we interacted with was so kind and professional, they really made us feel special. The room service was so good and the room that we stayed in was like nothing we've seen before. Next time we are in DC we will definitely stay here again!

Thomas Whitelock: It was a great stay from start to finish. The staff was very nice and friendly and tried to make sure we had everything we needed. When we walked up with our luggage the doorman ran out and gave us bottles of cold water, it was 96 degrees that day, it was appreciated. I drank 2 bottles before I was even checked in. One thing that stood out, my wife used the extra pillow from the closet the first night we were there. The next day, house keeping put out 2 extra pillows. That was a nice touch that they noticed and made a change. The slippers were an unexpected bonus. We had room service for breakfast during our stay, one thing, the food does come faster than the estimated wait time, so be ready. I loved the lemon ricotta pancakes. It sounds like an odd combination, it is not. I am not sure it is why I gained 3 pounds, but I am sure it did not help. There are 2 areas that need improvement. The toilet paper, it is not good, it just feels cheap. Also, there is no vent fan in the bathroom and it gets really steamy in there. One is an easy fix, the other not so much.

Raj: The lobby area, the rooms, the library, the books, incredible, impeccably inviting and beautifully laid out and designed. This is the Best hotel in DC without a doubt. Just had dinner, and oh boy, that was something else. Food for sure was amazing, but service, friendliness, and good natured cool warmth of the staff, a whole other level, Katie and John were my servers, honestly, no words. Jefferson hotel is for sure the Best!
Response: Thank you for the kind words regarding your recent visit. We’re so glad you enjoyed your time on property and that you received great service from Katie and John in Quill!

Jonathan Holloway: Our 2-night stay was excellent. The service and amenities from the entire team was great. In the restaurant, we had wonderful service from Abdel and Jorge for brunch and John in the bar. Everyone was very welcoming and provided excellent service.

Mott U D’Potyou: I spent four nights recently. The property is recently remodeled and quite nice. The building is stately. I was told that I had been upgraded twice from my original booking. (I expressed a desire for a room in the front of the building and that led to the second upgrade.) The staff are over-the-top accommodating. They spoiled me with kindness and flattery. After a couple days I found myself refusing the constant offers of service or assistance. So why a three? Well a big turnoff was the restaurant. My “deal” included breakfast. Who wants to run out in the morning searching for something to eat? Besides the pre-remodel restaurant had a Michelin star! That restaurant is no longer there. Currently, breakfast toast costs four dollars (two slices wrapped in a blanket). A frozen bagel is $6. Frozen Belgian waffles are like $19 or $20. I paid $11 for an iced coffee in the bar. I mean the food is very ordinary and costs an arm and a leg. I was told by one of the receptionists that the hotel allows $60 something for these included breakfasts. I guess that includes your tip. To be fair all these “top tier” hotels practice highway robbery in their bars and restaurants, probably figuring that a lot of the patrons don’t want to go out searching for food and drink. Whatever the reason I hate it and feel like it’s abusive. I’m not poor; but, I really have a problem with four dollar toast and an eight dollar glass of juice. And the staff, I came away feeling that they felt enormous pressure to be perceived as pampering the guest. That made me feel creepy. All I ask is to be treated with some respect. Yet I left the Jefferson feeling like the staff would be glad I was gone. They could stop acting.

Schan McLaurin: Went to the Greenhouse for breakfast! Food was amazingly delicious!! Small portion but very tasty. I spent $80 for breakfast and My husband was still hungry.

Sue Swezeny: A beautiful place. Only went for a cocktail stop. The Dreamsicle is a must have. Sweet, refreshing, and a nice jolt of vitamin C in the citrus. Yum!

Lauren Fiabane: From the time we pulled in to the time we left, the people of the Jefferson were exceptional. Katie at the bar. Susan, the historian. Yolanda at reception. Simply above and beyond service, delivered with sincerity and passion for what they do.

20. GW Housing

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GW Housing
Price/Quality
2.2
Available Services
2.2
Location
2.3
Parking Availability
2.2
Wifi
2.2

Address: 2350 H St NW #106, Washington, DC 20052

Schedule: Closed ⋅ Opens 9AM

Telephone: (202) 994-2552

Guy: University department



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Rebecca Blacker: The staff that I worked with at GW Housing have been very understanding and willing to help in whatever way they can. The rooms themselves vary in quality but are really nice based on what I would expect to get in college. Working with them can be a confusing, but overall they try their best to be as clear and helpful as possible.

Robert Carter: The GW Housing website is completely broken. As an incoming freshman, I have to apply for housing on their website, but the website is always either down, busy, or doesn't work at all. I have seen no response from GW Housing about the condition of their website and no update on whether anyone is attempting to fix the website. I feel like students who pay over $10k a year for GW Housing at least deserve to have a website that works.

Alvin Yan: Does not provide any help when you urgently need it at the end of the semester.

Dylan G: Absolutely shite

Jack Yang: Very corrupted