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1. The Watergate Hotel

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2177 reviews
The Watergate Hotel
Price / Quality
5
Available services
5
Location
5
Possibility of Parking
5
Wifi
5

Address: 2650 Virginia Ave NW, Washington, DC 20037

Telephone: (844) 617-1972

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Catherine Misleh: Worst service I’ve had in a long time - possibly ever. This rating should be negative zero stars. My mother is visiting from out of town (very far away) and I had planned a nice day to include afternoon tea for the both of us as a special treat. We do not get time together very often. Imagine our surprise and disappointment when we arrived and the restaurant had no signs of life - closed without notice. I went to the concierge desk of the Watergate and was informed it had been closed days before with no explanation and that they were sorry but the reservation must have been made through a glitch in their system. The woman behind the counter was very nonchalant and not at all concerned, even when I showed her proof of my reservation. Funny since I received both an email and two text reminders asking me to confirm, and was also charged for a prepaid tea service. The Watergate staff did not offer any recompense, said I would have to resolve the charge to my card online, and to "try Georgetown” for something today. Absolutely unacceptable! I will not be returning and will make sure to recommend against it every time. I thought it would be fun to try, but there are plenty of better other and obviously better options in the area anyway. I should add there were a couple of other guests in front of us who seemed extremely distraught by poor service and their rooms not being ready, so overall I would say this establishment should be passed over in every respect.
Response: Dear Catherine, Here at the Watergate, we make guest experience a priority. We are sorry to learn of your recent troubles with our Afternoon Tea experience. We were open for afternoon tea this day, we are investigating this matter and will be reaching out to you shortly. We thank you for sharing your feedback and hope that you will consider joining us or staying with us in the future. Regards, The Watergate Hotel

Olivier Saint-Vincent: 100% recommended!! If you are looking for a 5 stars ⭐️ hôtel in DC, this is the one. It was perfectly located for us between Georgetown and the Mall (walking distance), and very quiet at the same time. Gym, pool, jacuzzi, library, breakfast are great. You can walk by the Potomac easily… and it’s one of the best rooftop in DC. The architecture is beautiful and bold. The staff is very attentive and always there to help. We can say that the new GM know how to make a stay unforgettable!!!
Response: Dear Olivier, WOW! Thank you for leaving such a detailed and shining review. We are so pleased to hear you decided to stay with us for your visit to DC and made use of our outlets during your enjoyable stay. We will share your feedback to our wonderful GM and our entire team. Please come back soon, we'd love to have you as a guest again. Regards, The Watergate Hotel

Adam Galazka: Absolutely stunning hotel. Amazing location by the Potomac River. Walking distance to many different stores and restaurants. Check in was great. Valet parking on site for $58 a night. Rooms are spacious and the most comfortable bed. Some rooms do have balconies with waterviews but they are a little dirty. When trying to call the front desk it took awhile for them to answer the phone. Besides a couple of those negative we would definitely come back.
Response: Dear Adam, Thank you for a detailed review. It was a pleasure to have you as a guest at The Watergate Hotel. We will be sure to share your remarks with our team. We hope to see you again soon! Regards, The Watergate Hotel

Denny: Obviously a great hotel. Beautiful and clean rooms and amenities. So modern and its history is cool and embraced throughout the entire vibe of the hotel. However, I had kindly asked them to put roses in my Suite Room for Valentine's Day, and, after assuring me they would, there were no flowers or anything in the room, and, on top of that, they double charged me and held us up for 30 minutes at Check-In while I was with my girlfriend trying to get to bed late at night(later corrected and attributed to third-party booking?). A final nail in the coffin, in the morning, a hotel representative entered our room without our permission before our Check-Out time to "put the temperature at 72" and apologized because the room was supposed to be "empty." Truthfully it feels like it could be an unlucky experience at a good hotel, and I might even still recommend it if its within your budget for its pure elegance. But I really thought after all that, they'd give me a night free at least.
Response: Dear Deniz Mete, We are sorry to hear that you had mixed feelings about your stay at The Watergate Hotel. Thank you for taking the time to leave a detailed review. It is important for us to that all guests have a seamless experience. We will have a member of our team reach out to you. Please feel free to reach out to us with any questions, comments or suggestions at info@thewatergatehotel.com. We hope to welcome you back soon for a chance to provide a more improved stay. Regards, The Watergate Hotel

A. H.: Disappointing experience this time around. I’ve stayed at this hotel a few times in the past, but recently it’s gone a little downhill. The mandatory valet parking definitely needs improvement, as the attendants take 20-30 minutes to retrieve or even park your car. They were not at all friendly, barely spoke English, and left my car reeking of weed or tobacco smoke. Absurdly expensive rates given the terrible service. A cheap motel could’ve handled valet parking better. Embarrassing! Room and location are great. Front desk staff are super friendly. But frankly the valet service was so consistently awful over three days, that I probably won’t return again (at least not with a car).
Response: Dear A. H,, Thank you for being a repeat guest at The Watergate Hotel and for your kind comments about the room and location. We are sorry that your experience with valet did not meet your expectations. Our team strives to provide top service and it is unfortunate that you had to encounter this experience. We have shared your feedback with our team. We hope to make it up to you again soon. Regards, The Watergate Hotel

Preeti Dawane: While the staff was great, the hotel itself cannot call itself luxury by any stretch of the imagination. On our arrival to our rooms, our bedsheets were DIRTY WITH STAINS. I have stayed at 3 star hotels where I have NEVER encountered such an issue. For the prices they charge, the Watergate is absolutely not worth the stay. The only reason this hotel gets ANY stars is because of the staff who took care of us. I definitely don’t include all of the front desk staff in that praise. I also was never contacted about the issue with the sheets. I had to follow up about the issue. We also have not received our itemized bill following check out. I’ve really never been more disappointed with a “luxury” hotel than this one. I will NEVER stay here again. Such a rip off.

Princess Good: Overall, this hotel is nice and I would probably stay at it again if I had to. Our double room seemed smaller in person when compared to the online pictures. The modern half-door for the shower was very weird. I don't think the tub was being cleaned while we were there for more than three days. Everything else was decent. I noticed the hotel is not very sustainable. It doesn't seem like they recycle there.
Response: Dear Princess, It was a pleasure to have you as a guest at The Watergate Hotel. Thank you for a detailed review and for sharing your honest feedback. As part of our sustainability measures to save water, we have cards in each room to leave when you want a full cleaning as well as a recycling initiative. We hope to see you again soon. Regards, The Watergate Hotel

Anne: Great views and ambiance. They have blue light gas fireplaces in the middle of the group tables which are really nice. I know every review mentions it, the reviews mention it for a reason: they serve you $18 cocktails from plastic cups! ALSO: PARTIES OF 8 OR MORE HAVE A $100 MINIMUM PER PERSON. It's on their website in small print, but that should be in large print.
Response: Dear Anne, Thank you for your feedback. We are thrilled to hear you enjoyed the views and ambiance of Top of the gate. We will share your comments with our team members. We look forward to welcoming you back soon! Regards, The Watergate Hotel

Andrew Nelle: Beautiful inside and out! Wonderful staff, very accommodating and eager to please. Anwar showed us the infamous Scandal Room 205, this is the room where all the presidential drama of 1972 went down. This hotel ain't cheap, be prepared for the 29$ resort fee and the 50$ parking fee on top of your regular room rate. Pool, hot, tub and sauna are unreal, all saltwater infused. I highly recommend this spot!😎👍
Response: Dear Andrew, Thank you for your review and recommendation. We are so glad you had a wonderful stay and were able to view the Scandal Suite and enjoy Argentta Spa. We cannot thank you enough for choosing The Watergate Hotel as your hotel of choice while in DC - we hope to see you soon! Regards, The Watergate Hotel

Christina Thompson: The valet and bell service was great. However a love cockroach was found in a towel when husband showered. The front desk didn't answer phone after several attempts when we couldn't connect to the wifi. Also, out refrigerator was barely cool. Lastly, the tempering control wouldn't chill the room under 75 degrees.
Response: Dear Christina Thompson, Thank you for your review. We are thrilled to hear of your wonderful experience with our valet and bell service team. We appreciate your feedback and have shared your comments with our operations team. Regards, The Watergate Hotel

2. InterContinental Washington D.C. - The Wharf, an IHG Hotel

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InterContinental Washington D.C. - The Wharf, an IHG Hotel
Price / Quality
5
Available services
5
Location
5
Possibility of Parking
5
Wifi
5

Address: 801 Wharf St SW, Washington, DC 20024

Telephone: (202) 800-0844

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Hampus Engstroem: Remember to use ʜoᴛᴇʟʙoʟʟʏ.ᴄᴏm when booking a place. This website will compare hundreds of booking websites and typically will have prices a lot cheaper compared to others! Thank me later on! This hotel is one of the best in this area. I have been staying here for a very long time. If you stay for a few nights you for sure will love it I'm sure! The staff at the InterContinental on the Wharf D.C. is all-round amazing. I am so happy we chose this venue for our recent event. Every member of their team is truly hospitable, and they are dedicated to every client’s success and every guest’s experience. The Sales and Event Managers were helpful/agile partners to us through multiple event date and contract changes, thanks Mayte & Alicia! The Banquet Director was dependable at every moment for our 3 day-event and made sure everything was executed to perfection, thanks George! The hosts at the front door/front desk helped all the guests in our room block have an easy and enjoyable stay for the duration of our event. Thanks to all for helping make our event a success!

Kyle Lennon: Shout Out to Meredith, she is a gem and a half at this hotel! This property is very new and certainly a show stopper, I love the ultramodern design and the bathrooms were stunning. I also loved the balcony overlooking the river and walkways. The bar had great service and great personalities to accompany your cocktails while they served you. Top notch hotel and will certainly make this my preferred DC hotel!

Adrienne Messe: The staff at the InterContinental on the Wharf D.C. is all-round amazing. I am so happy we chose this venue for our recent event. Every member of their team is truly hospitable, and they are dedicated to every client’s success and every guest’s experience. The Sales and Event Managers were helpful/agile partners to us through multiple event date and contract changes, thanks Mayte & Alicia! The Banquet Director was dependable at every moment for our 3 day-event and made sure everything was executed to perfection, thanks George! The hosts at the front door/front desk helped all the guests in our room block have an easy and enjoyable stay for the duration of our event. Thanks to all for helping make our event a success!

James Barton: The location is the absolute best if you're going to a concert at The Anthem. Everything about the hotel was lovely, clean, and we'll maintained. Service was perfect. Espresso machine and hot water for tea in the room was a good detail. Of course, this is a very pricey hotel, even for DC. Our room was near the elevator, but there was never a noise issue from outside the room.

Hope Poulsen: Pool is WAY smaller than pictures, we were all shocked at how small. The pool deck gave me and every single one of my friends splinters. And, there are only 5 lounge chairs for the entire pool. Staff is very friendly, but we had to ask for the same requests multiple times. So they seem a little disorganized. Room was very nice & clean and the location is perfect! I chose this rating because of the value - it’s not a terrible place to stay by any means, but you don’t get what you pay for. Not unreasonable to have high expectations when paying almost $500 a night, and this place did not meet those expectations.

3. The Jefferson, Washington, DC

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537 reviews
The Jefferson, Washington, DC
Price / Quality
4.8
Available services
4.8
Location
4.9
Possibility of Parking
4.8
Wifi
4.8

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.

4. St. Regis Bar

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66 reviews
St. Regis Bar
Price / Quality
5
Available services
5
Location
5
Possibility of Parking
5
Wifi
5

Address: K Streets, N.W, 923 Black Lives Matter Plz NW, Washington, DC 20006

Schedule: Closed ⋅ Opens 3PM Thu

Telephone: (202) 509-8000

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Aditya Karandikar: Drinks are good and they have some food as well. The ambiance is as one would expect at the St. Regis. Service is fine, no wow factor, and overall it’s a nice place for a drink and snack on the pricier side of things.

David Salcido: The ambiance is great but it was a little weird having a bunch of dogs in such a small place and the service was bad. Getting a seat is very difficult on a Friday night since it is so small. The service at the bar could have been better. We sat for a good 30 minutes in between drinks before we could get the bartender to come back. One of them was just doing dishes the whole time which was awkward.

dilianna bustillos: The Abraham Lincoln cocktail surprised me. I didn't have high expectations but the drink was perfect. The bartender was very nice and the ambiance was refined and intimate.

Tofig Karimov: The restaurant's service is appalling. For the entire restaurant, there was only one waitress. The hotel, which has a 4.6-star rating, should provide far better service than this. They don't know how to properly pour wine. A good hotel should feature a separate dinner restaurant and a brunch restaurant. I would not suggest this product.

Dennis Mema: Drinks were delicious, and charcuterie board was excellent, but was disappointed in the simplicity of our meals. Ordered sandwiches costing an average of $25 and got the same sandwich, if not worse, that I could order for a third the price at a dive bar down the street.

Robert Cardoni: Comfortable setting for drinks .. bring the checkbook - prices are high!

S Z: Great and delicious food, friendly service!

Surang Sa: The best bar ever I love to hangout with the people and lovely bartenders, she super nice and friendly with good drink I never ever had. I alway have a great time with this bar.

Susan FG: Bar and hotel are beautiful, service and drinks are fantastic as in previous visits. The bartender, Diego is awesome!

Sarah Gray: Love that they have clever non-alcoholic cocktails!

5. Hotel Madera

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554 reviews
Hotel Madera
Price / Quality
4.1
Available services
4.2
Location
4.1
Possibility of Parking
4.1
Wifi
4.1

Address: 1310 New Hampshire Ave NW, Washington, DC 20036

Telephone: (202) 296-7600

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Chris Robbins: Excellent! The front desk staff, valet, and housekeepers were all extremely friendly and accommodating. My wife, dog and I recently stayed 4 nights and had a great time. Hotel was Very clean, spacious and modern. The balcony room is a must have in my opinion and it didn’t disappoint. The area is really nice and has plenty of walkable spots for food, coffee, etc. Firefly has an eclectic brunch menu and they have great bar tenders as well. The only negative I could possibly share would be the water pressure but with multiple settings for the shower it was fine. Overall I would highly recommend this hotel to anyone looking to have an amazing guest experience with a high standard for cleanliness in the nation’s capital.
Response: Chris, We loved having the family and fur baby join us here at Hotel Madera! Thank you for the positive review and five stars. We hope on your next trip to DC you will join us again. Hope to see you soon!

Ebsan Uddin: The staff was amazing and the room was extremely nice. There was so much attention to detail. Our bed was very comfortable and the big windows gave our room a lot of natural light. They even have a water refill station that dispenses carbonated water on every floor. Will definitely book again if we're ever in town.

Shanna Torres: I stayed at this location during my October vacation. When we arrived our room was ready which a welcomed surprise after a long early flight. The room was clean spacious and the view from the balcony was gorgeous. We received our waters everyday with the amenity package. The guest services were so welcoming and sweet. The in room robes came in so perfectly on those few cold nights. But I loved the security they had there. Very safe feeling and experienced. I have already recommended this location to my family and friends and it's on my list when I travel to DC from now on.
Response: Thanks so much Shanna for this great review! We appreciate you and hope to see you again soon!

Mollie Christou: This hotel was immaculate! My husband and I went down for New Years and it was spacious and comfortable in the room. Food at the Firefly was delicious during brunch and the staff was so sweet and helpful! E was the door man and valet and he was so nice and courteous! I plan on coming here in the future for all our adult get aways!
Response: Mollie, thank you for taking the time to leave a review about your stay with us! I'm so happy to see E continues to take care of our guests, and that our property was perfect for your stay. We hope to welcome you back sooner rather than later!

H P: The hotel staff was warm and accommodating. The hotel itself is beautiful, with high-end finishes and gorgeous scenery! The beds were very comfortable and the shower was so nice. We enjoyed and made use of the desk and chair. And the best part was the access to chrome cast!! So, we got to watch a couple of our favorite shows :) And finally, when the valet had a little incident while bringing our car around, the hotel manager removed our parking charges as compensation for the incident. So, we were grateful for that. On our second night we were next to a group of rowdy young adults. They were so loud for so long, that we had a hard time enjoying ourselves. I just wished the walls were better sound-proofed at that moment. Finally, the valet unfortunately accrued a ticket on the car for a minor moving violation, which of course the hotel offered to cover, but we were worried about having points assessed to the car. Incidents like this happen in a city, so we understood. And the hotel staff graciously, removed the costs of parking, which we appreciated. All-in-all we enjoyed our stay and would stay again. The customer service alone is worth it to me!
Response: Thank you for all of the kind words, I am so happy that you enjoyed our new renovations, and that your stay was a success! I do apologize for the inconveniences faced with valet, but am thrilled to hear our front desk management team was able to resolve this swiftly. I hope we are able to welcome you back sooner rather than later!

Donna Bates: Recently stayed at Hotel Madera and had a great time celebrating our anniversary with my hubby. The room was modern, big and comfortable. The staff was amazing especially ICE and Deja. These two ladies were very attentive to our needs and definitely love what they are doing. Kudos to them and for the excellent customer service. Looking forward to our next visit.
Response: Thank you for celebrating with us here at Hotel Madera! We are so glad you enjoyed your time with us. We can not wait to welcome you back! --Maggie

Lynn Capella: I had a wonderful 2 night stay at Hotel Madera. The hotel is in a perfect location and close to the metro and fantastic restaurants. The staff was welcoming from the minute I checked in until the minute I checked out. The hotel itself is extremely clean and room was large, stylish and comfortable. I would highly recommend staying here and hope I can visit there again in the future.
Response: Lynn, Thank you for joining us at Hotel Madera we love the 5 star review! Looking forward to when we are able to welcome you back to Hotel Madera!

D. Duan F.: I love boutique hotels and Madera is one of the best boutique hotels I've ever stayed in. The location is perfect and is within walking distance to great restaurants, bars and tourist attractions (if you're in DC touring). The room we had was quite large and included a sectional. We also had a balcony overlooking New Hampshire, which was a nice spot to have a cocktail and people watch in the afternoon. The staff members were extremely helpful and friendly. And, if you own a pet, this is definitely where you want to stay. There is no extra charge for pets and they really spoil your pets. From the moment you walk in, they offer doggie treats and doggie toys. They also send a dog bed up to your room. Every day we were there, they greeted my dog by her name. One evening when we went out to dinner and left our dog in the room, we received a call from the hotel staff informing us that our dog was crying in the room. We expected them to tell us that we needed to come get her. But, they actually asked if they could go get her from the room so that she would not continue to disturb the other guests. They encouraged us to enjoy enjoy our dinner. We gave them permission to get our dog from the room, but ultimately, decided to return to pick her up and we took her to dinner with us. Luckily, many of the restaurants here in DC allow dogs on their patios. We would definitely stay at this hotel again when visiting DC.
Response: WOW! What an amazing review, thank you so much! We do hope the family and fur baby will return very soon.

Jennifer Whitson: Loved this hotel! Very clean, large rooms and bathrooms, great location not too far from metro, friendly staff who always welcomed us as we came back “home”, comfortable beds, and quiet. We will definitely choose Hotel Madera when we return to D.C.
Response: Jennifer, We are so glad to be your "home" in DC! Thank you for taking time to review our property and give us such 5 Stars! We hope to see you again very soon.

peter burnett: Great location. Wonderful staff. Noisy. The balcony sliding glass doors aren’t good quality and not adequate to stop noise even on the 8th floor. Traffic (overnight motorcycle/dirt bike noise and sirens) kept us up for two nights.
Response: Peter, Thank you for the kind review, so glad to hear you loved our location! So sorry for the disturbance of the city noise throughout your stay, we do hope you will join us again in the future.

6. Beacon Bar & Grill

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453 reviews
Beacon Bar & Grill
Price / Quality
3.9
Available services
3.9
Location
4
Possibility of Parking
3.9
Wifi
3.9

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

Schedule: Temporarily closed

Telephone: (202) 872-1126

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Christina Harris: I stayed at the Beacon Hotel and dined in their restaurant twice. The first time was for happy hour where I was thoroughly unimpressed. My first two drinks were free as a result of receiving complimentary drink coupons as a perk from the hotel, but I was still thoroughly, thoroughly unimpressed. I had a champagne specialty cocktail that was disgusting and the bartender was hard to track down. He either wasn't behind the bar or was playing on his cell phone( I've included a photo). We had the wings and quesadillas, Neither of which were good. They drink specials were decent though and it was nice to get three dollar beer and lemon drop shots, and the specialty mule cocktail was pretty good but didn’t make up for the poor service and nasty food. After that experience I had a bad taste in my mouth but the Sunday brunch managed to make up for that horrible visit. I booked an 11:00 reservation on Open Table and was seated immediately when I arrived. The buffet was beautiful and bountiful. Everything was delicious. I was so happy with the wide array of options from classic breakfast foods to salads and desserts to lunch items and Caribbean flavor dishes. The options were endless. I particularly enjoyed the omelette station even though the chef there gave me someone else’s omelette and told me I was mistaken when I informed him of this. The other person came to claim their omelette, so thankfully he realized that I knew I was talking about. He also gave another woman a hard time saying she didn’t ask for a certain item in her omelette when I was standing there and heard her ask for it. Our server Tom was fantastic! He brought our Mamosa’s immediately and refilled them frequently, remembering to check on us and clear our empty plates as well. We both loved the decor and atmosphere of the dining room as well. This is a great place for an amazing Sunday brunch or to celebrate a special occasion or treat friends from out of town. I highly recommend the brunch but wouldn’t do the happy hour again.

Alejandro Cruz: This place is very likable. You don't want to marry it but it's fun to flirt with it every once in a while. This was the first non-buffet style brunch I have been to here. The price was decent enough at 36 bucks per person. That did include unlimited mimosas and a three course meal. Do not order the bread baskets! It's not the carb heaven you think it is. See photo. So moving past the appetizers boring you death with their oats and salads, let's move on to the real deal Holyfield. That mother effin chicken waffles is way too good! I mean blast my taste buds in too space because nothing else on Earth may ever compare. The shrimp looked good but I did not order it because it only gives two tacos. I mean who only eats two tacos, it's at least three minimum. The desert was meh. The ambience was clean but felt very humid and a little too warm.

Renita S.: Brunch is always good here. Lots of food selections and bottomless mimosas. They serve Lavazza coffee and the staff is nice and friendly!! Valet parking is a bit pricy at $20 and a reservation is recommended.

Carol Bryant: First time. The service and food were excellent. The bartender was the greatest.because we chose to sit in the bar area we didn't have to wait long. Highly recommend

Tiffany: Good stuff, strong mimosas. My issues are the omelet station, didn't have egg whites and the only meat they had was bacon. They used to have shrimp, Ham and turkey. He was also not very friendly. Greek salad with no dressing, and terrible beef "stew". I think our servers name was John, he was nice. The best thing they had was the waffles! It's not as great as it used to be.

Spencer Williams: always enjoy brunch at the beacon hotel.....the food is amazing and always a variety of fresh delicious foods and dessert ...🤗😁 ...

Donalia Clay: Their brunch is to die for! But their dinner menu is great also. The decor is so elegant and relaxing. Parking is impossible so Uber there.

michael gilliam: Wanted to see the views but it was raining, young lady tending the bar today was great. She gave me great food choices, I was pleased!!!!

Norman M. Wereley: Ordered crab cakes, fries and hazelnut chocolate torte. All were very good. Service was excellent.

Queen Mercy Teasley: Great veggie burger, tastes like the #BeyondBurger patty. Tender, flavorful & juicy! 😋

7. Harriet's

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Harriet's
Price / Quality
2.2
Available services
2.1
Location
2.1
Possibility of Parking
2.1
Wifi
2.1

Address: 432 11th St NW, Washington, DC 20004

Schedule: Closed ⋅ Opens 6:30AM Thu

Telephone: (202) 628-8024

Guy: American restaurant



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Dacshund Sloth: Absolutely the worst restaurant I've ever been to. Food was nasty, service was terrible, and there was even a server who didn't have shoes on. One of my friends found hair in her food and a few others found hair in their cake. The cups smelled like chlorine. The bathrooms were terrible. They smelled putrid and if I wanted to I could skate inside of them. Please shut this restaurant down! I know some people might wanna try here but DO NOT! I stress it. You will get food poisoning and your toilet will hate you.

Annemarie K: Starting it off, I didn’t read the reviews of this place until I sat down and ordered my food. But I got to say you get what you pay for, it’s connected to a hotel of course it’s going to be like hotel breakfast food. It wasn’t great but it wasn’t bad, the eggs tasted like eggs (and weren't slimy) and the steak didn’t have much flavor until I added the A1 sauce. The home fries were potato wedges and they were really good and the bacon just tasted and looked like hotel buffet bacon. I waited a few hours to see what would happen to my stomach before I wrote this and honestly nothing happened. And as for the reviews with the language barrier issues I just repeated myself a few times and I got exactly what I wanted. It’s clear that the waiter’s first language isn’t English but she was nice and was able to understand what I wanted. As for the place itself, yeah it’s not aesthetically pleasing but it’s clean. The tables were clean and the silverware was wrapped in a napkin which means they just don’t set your table before someone sits down which I feel like prevents silverware from being touched more. Oh and the condiments weren’t expired.

Delaney B: i personally loved this restaurant! not only did it look like it was designed in the 1800’s, the bathroom ceiling was also dripping! i enjoyed the overcooked spaghetti and the salad that was more crunchy than my dead grandpas left foot. the pink lemonade tasted like water, and i don’t think anyone has ever cleaned the floors! definitely go to harriet’s for a musty, humid, and absolutely dog water meal!

Olivia Sousa: This restaurant has to be one of the best restaurants I've been too. The staff are allowed to walk barefoot. No Shoes, No Problems right? A customer got a bone in their boneless chicken. What a surprise! My health teacher said that she only trusted the fries. My friends found pieces of hair in their cake and food. Many other fellow customers had ketchup from 2002! The cups smelled like chlorine! Who doesn't love swimming right. What I suppose was meat looked so unappetizing that I wanted to vomit. The bathroom could've been used as a slip-n-slide. Highly recommend this restaurant if you want to have stomach problems.

Sun Tzu: The food was so good, that after I finished eating, gained spectacular super powers, and when I got home, my girlfriend was sitting on my bed and was looking dead in my eyes, with a face looking like she wanted it. Then all of a sudden, a group of evil ninjas busted a hole through the wall, and kidnapped her. So I tracked them down using the powers I gained from the garlic bread and I managed to defeat the biggest baddest villain of the local mafia using my acrobatic skills that I got from the sprite there. 10/10 would recommend this restaurant.

Wondertom6 26: Someone I knew bravely tried the brown meat, he couldn’t hold it down and then a sever with no shoes took his plate. The bathroom situation was below expectations, even though I had already read the reviews and came in expecting the worst. I think their were roaches. Not to forget the ketchup with a date of 20 years ago. I was actively celebrating when I heard we didn’t have to go back, thankful I would have the possibly of actually eating on my school field trip. Please avoid, I already feel infections forming in my stomach

Benjamin “Grizzyboi” Barnt: Honestly this place NEEDS UPGRADES ON EVERYTHING. There garlic bread is harder than a moon rock, the ribs are alright, the salmon is slimy and gross, and the fries are the only thing holding this place together. They need upgrades in furniture and to run the dishwasher right. The service people are really nice but they just need to know what they are doing. Honestly...it's barely a 1 star.

Richard Pyle: We stayed at the hotel Harrington and thought we would have a nice family breakfast. The coffee was cold, and table service meant you had to get your own coffee because the staff was too busy. The omelet was slimy and arrived with sausage instead of salsa because of language barrier. Overall, poor food and service.

Josh Reidy: This place was terrible my tamato had mold there was a daddy long legs on my spaghetti I have pictures to prove this there coke was white not even Vanilla Coke is white do not eat here they don’t care I have a grasshopper in my cake

Kimberly Marshall: Once we sat down at 9:30am. We were told it was buffet only because they had a big party coming in. Buffet was hotel continental breakfast at its worst. Over $40 spent and the only thing edible was a banana.

8. Fifteen Squares Restaurant

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14 reviews
Fifteen Squares Restaurant
Price / Quality
3.4
Available services
3.5
Location
3.4
Possibility of Parking
3.4
Wifi
3.4

Address: 999 9th St NW, Washington, DC 20001

Schedule: Closed ⋅ Opens 7AM Sat

Telephone: (202) 898-9000

Guy: American restaurant



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Jenny Nguyen: Breakfast cost a good buck but worth every dime! From the fresh fruit to the made to order omelettes, you will feel like royalty here.

Thomas Morrow: Brunch/breakfast. Well service was terrible (I guess you get your check as soon as you go to buffet?) Had to flag down our waitress after about 10 minutes for more water and o.j. Then again after another ten minutes, you're served in the standard hotel 8oz water glasses so it goes by fast. The value of food was surprisingly good, 55 even for two adult buffets with beverages (I didn't see mimosas or anything on the menu) including omelettes, smoked salmon, pastry assortment and some delicious meats and cheesecheeses. We may have had a fluke experience, or maybe it's the norm-I'd walk in the cold to another place to eat before coming back here

Ishmael Msiza: This is a very nice restaurant, with excellent service, situated within the Renaissance hotel in Chinatown, Washington DC. During my stay at the hotel, I used to enjoy my daily breakfast at this restaurant. They make different sorts of appetizing eggs and their orange juice is great!

Ezekiel: I had a beautiful stay in DC back in 2012, and this Fifteen Squares made it awesome! I came here every single morning for brunch. There's a large variety of food!

Todd Green: Good food with an all you can eat breakfast buffet which includes breakfast drinks. Good and friendly staff.

Kelly Madden: For a 25 dollar buffet not much to choose from

Tellya Later: CLOSED PERMANENTLY!!!

Jay McGinnis: Do yourself a favor and order your breakfast from the menu. It's much better than the buffet, and less expensive.

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9. Stone's Throw Restaurant and Bar

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28 reviews
Stone's Throw Restaurant and Bar
Price / Quality
3
Available services
3
Location
3.1
Possibility of Parking
3
Wifi
3

Address: 2660 Woodley Rd NW, Washington, DC 20008

Schedule: Temporarily closed

Telephone: (202) 745-6920

Guy: Restaurant



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Anthony Sugiharto: Great service with a nice, comfortable, quiet atmosphere. The waiter was very calm, polite, and professional when handling other highly demanding and upset customer. Steak was perfectly cooked, delicious risotto, and very nice truffle fries. Reasonably priced for a hotel restaurant - might be rather expensive compared to surrounding restaurants. However, there was no host ready to greet and seat us when we came. Food took 35 minutes to cook - slightly longer than I expected. Waiter didn’t check on us after the food came out. But overall, it’s worth the price and very convenient for Marriott hotel guests.

Rachel Hunter: I came here for breakfast and enjoyed the food, but thought the prices were too steep. Two orders of eggs Benedict, two coffees, and one orange juice was $60. All food was tasty, but the coffee tasted like gas station coffee. I expected better.

Ian Grant Spong: Food is good. Portions are large. Wait staff is polite. City prices. Pleasant atmosphere.

Rikesha Foster: On my trip here this year, I only ate here once for breakfast. There are a few options on the menu, but if you really want choices, then pay the $25 for the buffet. Yes, that's pretty expensive, but so is $16 for a ham and cheese omelette with no veggies. The buffet option will include a made to order omelette with any meats and veggies your heart desires, along with all the traditional breakfast foods such as grits ( A southern favorite), seasoned potatoes, bacon, regular and chicken sausage, bagels, muffins, waffles and fruit. There were many more options that I can't remember, so even though you're paying your left arm, you have lots to choose from. Coffee and orange juice are included, along with 3 complimentary newspapers for your reading enjoyment. Wait staff was very friendly and helpful and kept a smile on their face. Funny people always talk about southern hospitality, but I've found that here in D.C., the workers are much more friendlier and truly act like they want to work.

Luke Holsapple: Food was decent. Service was terrible. Took almost 20 minutes to get a glass of water. And prices were out of sight. Cost us $60 for two breakfast sandwiches with hash browns and coffee. Will not be going back!!

Robert Bolar: Decent food here, but if your all the way to Washington DC go out and eat! Some of the greatest food in the world is here in Washington DC. The atmosphere here seems a little outdated and the lighting is not that great. I dont like to feel rushed when ordering and I felt rushed here.

Bradley Fuller: Place is a mess. The beer coolers are just bottles and cans thrown in the bottom of the cooler still in there plastic rings Food was good but very limited menu.

Jim Dwyer: Poor service for the breakfast Buffett. The price was very high as well. $24 for Buffett and coffee. The only redeeming quality was the lady making omelets was the nicest person

Stephen Tatasciore: Good did and service inside the Marriott hotel. The prices are extremely high and better food is available just across the street.

白君德: Cool place to sit and lounge and run into people during a conference. Nice central location in the hotel.

10. The Georgetown Inn

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421 reviews
The Georgetown Inn
Price / Quality
4.3
Available services
4.2
Location
4.2
Possibility of Parking
4.2
Wifi
4.2

Address: 1310 Wisconsin Ave NW, Washington, DC 20007

Telephone: (202) 333-8900

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Jed Laird: The Georgetown Inn is just wonderful...spacious king bedrooms or two room suites (not luxurious, but oh so, comfortable!) and a location in the heart of Georgetown. Steps to M Street and a short walk to the Hilltop @ Georgetown University. Highly recommend the hotel's restaurant, 1310, a brasserie-like space with a great menu. This is absolutely my "go-to in DC.
Response: Dear Jed, There's no better way to spend your time in DC than by staying at The Georgetown Inn. There are so many things to enjoy and we love to hear that our comfy accommodations and fabulous restaurant were some of your highlights. Thank you so much for the review. Anytime you need another five-star getaway, count on us again to deliver.

marijane finlay: I stayed here as I am a Georgetown alum and wanted to be close to campus. The room was immaculate. Bed was comfortable and the room so quiet! It might have been nice to have a fridge in the room but I really didn't need it. Staff was amazing. Parking very easy. A very nice stay. No issues at all.
Response: Dear Marijane, We are delighted to hear we were able to provide you with an exceptional visit during your recent stay with us at The Georgetown Inn. Thank you for taking the time to highlight our spotless and comfortable accommodations, as well as our excellent staff and convenient parking. Thank you for taking a moment to reach out to us, and we hope you will come back to see us for another five-star experience soon!

Betty Gedman: A lovely old hotel in a great location. The restaurant adjoining the hotel offers a nice breakfast, but dinner is unfortunately unpleasant since the very active bar with loud music and conversations is in the same area. Parking is provided which is a real plus since on street parking has been eliminated to provide outdoor dining areas. The room was comfortable, but they could use a face lift (patched wallpaper, shredded curtains)
Response: Dear Betty, A lovely breakfast is often the best way to start the day, and we're glad you enjoyed yours with us. It is unfortunate, however, that dinner could have been better. Rest assured, your thoughts have been passed along, and we hope to welcome you back to The Georgetown Inn for an even better overall experience.

Chris Iannuccilli: Be clear that you are getting a 3 star hotel at best, with a 5 star location. The bathrooms are terrible (no fan, standing water in the shower), the HVAC in the room and outside was loud, and the fitness room is small, filthy and not maintained. For some reason, the lobby reeks of men's cologne. On the plus side, the 1310 restaurant is fantastic and the location cannot be beaten.
Response: Dear Chris, Thank you for your review and constructive feedback. It was our pleasure to welcome you to our restaurant, 1310 Kitchen and Bar, and we're thrilled you loved your delicious meal. However, we regret that certain aspects of our accommodations and facilities didn't meet your standards. Rest assured, our housekeeping and maintenance teams will address your concerns with our fitness center. Despite this, it's great to hear our wonderful location worked perfectly for your needs. We'll be working to improve, and we hope you will consider visiting our property again.

BPH Interiors: Loved the charm, location, size, and price of the rooms. Dated isn’t a huge deal but our faucet had a leak that made it spray all over and other little things that just need some maintenance for proper order but we would definitely stay again.
Response: It's always a pleasure hearing from our guests. We're glad our spacious, affordable accommodations and convenient location impressed you. However, we apologize for any concerns about the bathroom and upkeep. We'll look into your comments further and welcome you to stay with us again should you be back in the area.

JL Vuillemin: This probably my worst stay in a US hotel. this hotel is absolutelynperfect if you don’t need any service and if you like to stay in a never cleaned room. In 5 days stay they refuse to make my room because their employee refused to enter in the customer rooms..they also remone fridge, working coffee machine and all convenient stuff if the rooms. 1 small shampoo bottle for 5 days… and don’t try to ask any service like a single coffee the morning.. nothing is possible.. Definitively to avoid…
Response: Dear JL, Thank you for reaching out with your experience. During the pandemic, we have scaled back our housekeeping contact with guests for the safety of our team and guests. Our front desk team is always a phone call away should our guests need additional toiletries or towels. We will certainly share your feedback with our team and wish you safe travels ahead.

Ahmad Malik: Excellent place - friendly staff - prompt response on everything. Conveniently located so many things close by. The 1310 restaurant at lobby level is also great. We loved our stay and plan to stay here many more times in the future as well. Well done guys 👍👍🎉🎉
Response: Dear Ahmad, Our goal is to impress everyone who stays at The Georgetown Inn, so we're happy to hear we succeeded with you! It's great to know that our friendly staff and convenient location added to your experience. Thank you for sharing how much you enjoyed the onsite dining. We look forward to your next visit.

Nicholas Weise: This is objectively one of the best hotels in DC. The history and location is amazing. The rooms were spacious had some modern amenities. However, there were some issues. Firstly, some of the staff weren’t very friendly. Also, the shower was scalding hot and the temperature could not be changed. Body wash was not provided. Overall a great hotel but somethings were overlooked.
Response: We are happy to hear how happy you were with your stay at The Georgetown Inn. It's great to hear that you enjoyed so much of what our hotel has to offer, including our spacious room, modern amenities, and perfect location! We apologize that although you had a lovely visit, not all of our staff lived up to your expectations. Please know this is not typical and will be discussed immediately. We appreciate you taking the time to leave such a thoughtful review, and it would be our pleasure to host you again in the future.

Jim Gemmer: Love this hotel! Spent Saturday night only, but loved the place and will go there again. Friendly staff, great location, bar/restaurant inside is good and there's plenty of places to shop, eat, play within walking distance. The bed was great... would have like to have a firmer pillow, but that's not going to stop us from using it again.
Response: Dear Jim, Thank you for your five-star review of your stay at The Georgetown Inn. It is fantastic to see that you had pleasant interactions with our friendly staff and found our location convenient for your needs. We look forward to welcoming you back for a longer stay in the future.

11. Kingbird

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202 reviews
Kingbird
Price / Quality
4
Available services
4.1
Location
4
Possibility of Parking
4
Wifi
4

Address: 2650 Virginia Ave NW, Washington, DC 20037

Schedule: Closed ⋅ Opens 6:30AM Thu

Telephone: (844) 617-1972

Guy: Fine dining restaurant



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Alvaro H. Torres: Exceptional customer service. One of the best French toast I had. Luckily for me, I had two days to try as much breakfast meal. I highly recommend it and it exceeded my expectations. The price is high but you are paying for great quality. After your breakfast you can take a stroll at the water front. I think this is a great selection and you will not be disappointed.

Sydni Hagens: The waitstaff was lovely. Nothing bad to say there, but the afternoon tea left much to be desired. My friend and I have been to many teas around the world and always enjoy trying new ones. This is not an afternoon tea I would recommend to anyone else. The black tea was more gray (like a decaf twinings) and tasted like watery milk. The sandwiches were very basic (although they graciously accommodated a vegetarian request for one of us). The scone tasted like a blueberry muffin, and not like a scone at all. The crepe brûlée was watery and not brûlée’d. Ambiance in the restaurant was awkward and the tables and chairs reminded us of office furniture. The tea service looked like a child’s tea set. This is very overpriced for what it offered. Again, nothing against the staff, just not a good afternoon tea in our opinion. Others in the place raved about it, but we’ve just had so many wonderful afternoon teas, and this wasn’t one of them.

Adam Galazka: Tried the restaurant for a dinner one night and couple of breakfasts while staying at the watergate. Not quite a 5 star experience. For dinner the food was well seasoned but the temperature was luke warm. Not quite what we expected. Service was great. For breakfast, service was great and very fast but again latte was very luke warm. They made it up the 2nd time around. We will definitely come back at some point to give them another try.

Katie Cahill: Made a reservation for a large group (15) for lunch. What a disappointment. The waiter was the only positive part of the experience. Waited for more than an hour for our food, many of which were salads and soup of the day. The salads were wilted, the soup so salty it was nearly inedible, the burgers cooked to death (even though medium was ordered), and the salmon was marginal at best. Being practical, most of us made an attempt to finish our food as to not waste, but terrible. What was worse is the place was nearly empty with only a few other tables occupied. A waste of what was supposed to be a nice lunch at a historic venue.

Viviana Shanks: If you are staying at the Watergate (or just considering eating there) avoid at all costs, for breakfast or dinner. The restaurant looked nice and fancy, so we decided to give it a shot! What a disappointment. A HUGE comedy of errors. Our starter took 20min to arrive. Which ok is fine... they probably made it from scratch? We ordered the chicken (that would comes with purée) and scallops. It took 35 min after the starter for our main courses to arrive. Meaning, almost an hour after we ordered it! My chicken came with French fries, to which I was told that they ran out of purée, but no one thought it was wise to inform me before the meal arrived. - they tried to make it right by giving me ratatouille and broccoli. I started eating, my chicken was not baked, but yes boiled a couple or more days ago. They probably put it on the microwave as the chicken was stone cold on the inside. When I point that out, I’m told « they were probably waiting for the scallops to be ready » doesn’t excuse it. They took my chicken away for an extra 10min to warm it up. Same thing, still cold but I went with it. Our waiter took it out the bill, but the entire experience was miserable. Table next to us had a 21st birthday, and same, they almost all ordered the chicken too and they left the restaurant with their plates untouched. So my case was not isolated. To make the matter worse, the next morning we head there to have breakfast, we are rudely told that there is a 45min wait for breakfast. We look inside the restaurant and it’s half empty, and is a buffet. They apparently couldn’t manage to turn around the few tables they were seri I quickly enough. Pro tip, room service is way quicker. They should seriously think of changing chefs as I feel we were lied to. Would definitely stay back at the hotel but NOT go back to the restaurant.
Response: Dear Viviana, Reviews shared by our guests always provide us with magnificent value as they allow us to fully appreciate what guests most enjoyed and how an experience can be elevated even further. While we are happy to read that our dining room looked so inviting, we are sorry to learn of your delays in service. Our approach to a typical dinner service is to let each course settle while allowing our guests to visit with one another between the serving of courses. We appreciate that there is also value in understanding the desired pace of our guests and in this situation it appears that we did not do so. Your added comments regarding your meal leave us concerned and while we assure you that each meal is prepared to order, I would like to extend a more personal apology and I am hopeful that we might be able to connect with a call later in the week. As your time allows, I encourage you to email me at the address provided below, perhaps including a convenient time that I may be in touch and the best way to reach you. Once more, we thank you for your feedback and I look forward to speaking with you soon. All the best, Pascal Forotti Managing Director Pforotti@thewatergatehotel.com

DeMoN85 “DeMoN85”: As you can see from the pictures this is a very beautiful place to go. The food was freshly made and very delicious! Bar tender was friendly and attentive along with most of the staff. The reason for the three stars was the snobby inattentive waiter. He didn't pay attention to our party when we asked him to keep checks separately. Then proceeded to tell us at the end that he would not do that for us an could only take up to 4 different payments. We had a party of 12 eating there an after getting the manager involved he did his best to accommodate us as we previously requested. However this was not the only reason for this rating. The restaurant was not busy yet the waiter felt the need to take a table away from where we were sitting while we were eating. He was also quite rude to us when asking if we wanted dessert stating "the kitchen is closing so if you're going to want dessert you better get it now!" If we minus the snobby attitude of that waiter everything else was great!
Response: Dear James, Our team is always appreciative of guest reviews as they allow us the opportunity to learn what guests most loved about their dining experience and where there may be opportunity to elevate the experience even further. While we are pleased that the talents of our culinary team captivated your attention, we regret that other aspects of your visit did not shine as brightly. Should your time allow, I would like to extend a more personal apology, perhaps with a telephone call. I am also hopeful that during that conversation I can learn more about your visit so that we can ensure future guests are not left to form similar impressions. On behalf of all of us at Kingbird, we so enjoyed hosting you and we look forward to doing so again in the weeks and months ahead. Before that though, I invite you to reach out to me with an ideal time that I can be in touch, using the email address provided below. Warm Regards, Sami Katrib Director of Food & Beverage skatrib@thewatergatehotel.com

Alex Holston: The best place to have dinner before a show at the Kennedy Center. I go back all the time. The cocktails are my favorite part, as well as the priced fix menu.
Response: Dear Alex, Our Prix-Fixe dinner menu is a worthwhile experience for those visiting The Kennedy Center and we are thrilled to read that your experience was so perfectly orchestrated. On behalf of all of us, including our talented mixologists who have created an innovative cocktail menu, we thank you once more and we invite you to hurry back just as soon as you can. All the best, Kingbird at The Watergate Hotel

Jessica M: Excellent dinner here, worth a try. Came to eat with a couple of friends before a show at the Kennedy Center. Wait staff was attentive, engaging, and helpful, we had plenty of time to eat 3 courses and get to our show. Not only was the food delicious, but the price was reasonable for what was served. Among us we had the pork belly, rack of lamb, and rack of pork. I appreciated the manager on duty, Hope, taking the time to talk to us about the hotel's transformation and willingness to entertain our questions. I will definitely return very soon! Oh, and if you're interested in non-alcoholic drinks, I recommend "Cinnamon", a refreshing cinnamon tea concoction! I'll need to ask for the recipe!
Response: Dear Jessica, Being so close to The Kennedy Center, we have the delight in welcoming many pre-theatre guests and we thank you and your friends for allowing us to acquaint you with Kingbird. Our culinary team is thrilled that you enjoyed each of your courses and we are elated to read that Hope and the service team took such great care of you. Once more, it was a pleasure to host you and we trust that you will be back for another “Cinnamon” and dinner one day soon. Warm Regards, Kingbird at The Watergate

mingyue Liu: I’m from Boston. I checked online and try to find a good place to eat breakfast. And I’m kinda disappointed because the food was less and cold. And didn’t filled up when the tray was empty. The tea and coffee u need ask for. This buffet cost 25/per person and will charge 18% tips. I didn’t feel happy about that. Not good breakfast choice.
Response: Dear mingyue Liu, Warm greetings from Kingbird. It was a pleasure to have you join us and we appreciate you passing along your comments. Our new Executive Chef, Sebastien Giannini, is in the process of crafting new menus for each of our meal periods and the valuable feedback highlighted within your review will certainly be shared with him. We apologize if your experience fell short of delighting and we hope that we might one day see you again so that you can explore the new breakfast dishes. Until then. All the best, Kingbird at The Watergate Hotel

TRS- Private: It’s hard to write the review for this place. The service was not bad, in fact the team were all extremely professional and very pleasant. However, it was tediously slow, despite an abundance of staff. It’s almost like there are too many people working here, I’ve seen Denny’s wait staff handle 10 times the number of customers and do so 10 times more efficiently. It is a shame because it does detract from the experience. It’s just docile here. Like many of the other reviews about the food, Ours was excellent but the portions were pitifully small. I happen to like small portions but here they have taken the philosophy to a ludicrous level. And given the prices, it’s hard to leave satisfied. As I say, it’s hard to write this review without being influenced by all the factors. The food is good, you just have to order a little more than you normally would, the service is good, if you are patient and the ambiance is lovely. I would certainly recommend this place, but with strong caveats of these factors. If wonky management would take note of the consistent reviews of this nature and just make things a little more snappy and up the portion sizes by a few percentage points. Then Kingbird would be a top venue in Washington which definitely needs more options like this, especially over in this part of town.
Response: Greetings, It was a pleasure to have you join us and we thank you for sharing your thoughtful and thorough review. On behalf of all of us at Kingbird, we want you to be assured that details like those you have written do provide us with great value as it’s always helpful to gain insight as to what guests most enjoyed and how the experience can be further enhanced. We hope you can accept our apologies for any service delays and have trust in knowing that your feedback will be shared with our culinary team. Our Kingbird team appreciates your confidence and any recommendations you might pass along and we look forward to fully impressing the next time you visit. All the best, Kingbird at The Watergate Hotel

12. Juniper Restaurant

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43 reviews
Juniper Restaurant
Price / Quality
4
Available services
4
Location
4.1
Possibility of Parking
4
Wifi
4

Address: 2401 M St NW, Washington, DC 20037

Schedule: Open 24 hours

Telephone: (202) 457-5020

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M J: My husband and I went for brunch even though we didn't stay at the hotel. It is located inside the Fairmont Hotel, and when you enter the hotel go toward the left of the lobby to get to the restaurant. You may be able to find street parking but if not, you can valet in the hotel garage for $20. The brunch/breakfast buffet is extensive and even available during weekdays. They have scrambled eggs on the buffet or you can order any type of egg preparation for no extra charge. The buffet also had fruit, charcuterie meat and cheeses, sausages, bacon, home fries, yogurt, juices, granola, bagels, waffles, muffins, lox and pastries. All of the condiments were in individual mini glass jars. Bring your appetite. It cost just over $30/per person and it includes beverages of coffee, tea, milk, juice, etc.

Shannon Mitchell: I just recently stayed at the Fairmont, which was WONDERFUL, and ate at this restaurant a couple of times for breakfast. They have the most incredible Crab Cake Benedict and Banana Foster waffles that we had for desserts because we just couldn't decide what to order. Everything looked so good! However, the highlight of our experience was our waiter, Oscar. He was incredible and made dining there more than just a meal. Best of all, they serve mimosas, giving several champagne options!

Krissy Coles: Service was really great. Quiet evening in the restaurant on a Saturday evening. It's located in the beautiful Fairmont Hotel. Their cornbread is a popular item on the menu. I found it to be okay. Nothing I would rave about or recommend. We have the crab cakes and chicken which were very good with the broccolini and potatoes. For dessert the red velvet cake was not as good as it looked. It was mediocre. The cream cheese ice cream tasted like regular ice cream. No real distinction. Snicker parfait was good do chocolate lovers.

Gailen David: Had a great meal, served family style, with a group of friends at Juniper and everything was delicious - corn bread skillet, sides, striped bass, herb roasted chicken, NY strip, scallops, crab cakes, steak tartar, and the snickers dessert! Planning a return visit. Tip: meet for cocktails in the courtyard patio before dinner!

Always 5 Star: The Juniper Restaurant located in the luxurious Fairmont Hotel in Georgetown is a restaurant that you will want to try. I especially enjoyed having lunch there and tasting the seasonal menu while dining in a lovely courtyard setting. Be sure and order the cast iron skillet bread. Tip: As soon as it comes to the tabletop it with the amazing butter and honey. The honey is sourced on-site and it is a decadent delight! Weather permitting - the courtyard is a fabulous place to dine!

Karoline Langpap: Service was outstanding. On a Saturday night, the restaurant was quiet. It is situated inside the lovely Fairmont Hotel.

Carl Bonroy: PERFECTION AT BREAKFAST. Due to room preference - we stay at Park Hyatt across the street but their restaurant is too much of the fancy gourmet tasteless bullcrap - you know , the stuff people pretend to like - but really don't. Anyhow, yesterday we did breakfast at this place......just thrilled! The restaurant is peaceful and nice. Staff equally pleasant - and really pay attention to requests. Pancakes ********** Excellent in taste, served hot. Fruit ***** Fresh and cool as it should be. Eggs Benedict *************** OH MAMA this was good. Poached PERFECTLY. Ham flavorful. Hollandaise on point without some chef re-imagining and ruining it. The English muffin was HOT and CRISPY.....each bite was heavenly - I ate slow because I didn't wanna finish it fast. Yeah, I had foreplay with my Eggs Benedict I admit it. Breakfast Potatoes ********************* HOT! CRISPY!!!!! No weird flavors on it. Only one wish is the waitstaff means so well- just slow down a second. Let us sit down at least, before asking about drinks and coffee but overall they were splendid. When we are in DC - this is my ONLY breakfast spot now. Damn I wish I ordered two entrees now :)

terry holman: Service 3 stars- rarely came back to check on us. Had to leave the table twice to request items. Steak and eggs 4 stars- steak was great, one egg over done, one egg under done. Not sure how they accomplished that. Smoked pastrami hash 4 stars- meh, needed tabasco to have any flavor, mushy texture. Looked like canned hash does. Omelette 4 stars- over done and dry, but looked nice! Biscuits and gravy 5 stars- guys flavor, favorite of the day. Best part was the bagel

K Nguyen: Ambiance was hotel generic. I think I should have moved on and not ordered after receiving brown lemon and lime wedges with my sparkling water. And not brown on the skin. I am talking brown on the inside. Food was extremely overpriced for the quality. Extremely! Chicken Caesar was dry and chewy. For a $22 salad it should have wowed me….but no. Hamburger was overcooked and greasy. Can you believe we ate it all because the final price along with two drinks and bread came to almost $110? That’s too high a price for me to just leave behind. I used OpenTable to book a 1:30 reservation. Upon arrival I was informed the kitchen would be closing at 2:00pm. I am not sure why there would be a booking available at that time (there was a 1:45 as well) if your average order and eat process at a sit down restaurant usually takes longer than 30 min. With thoroughly rushing every step of the way through our lunch, we were out the door approximately 2:05pm. Of course that was easy with our two servers reminding us at regular intervals (about 7) that they were closing at 2pm. I understand everyone works hard in a restaurant and closing time is closing time….but is it a smart move to offer seating times that make dining impossible to complete by close? Perhaps they should try closing seating at 1:00pm or 1:15pm? I don’t know what a good solution is for them. But I do know that I had my first meal in my life where my presence felt unwanted for simply booking a time that was offered by the OpenTable app. No mater where I have gone in DC, I have almost always felt I was getting for what I have payed. Be it ambiance, product, or service. This place lacked all three.

Nicole V: This was the best dining experience I could've hoped for. My daughter (6) and I are in town for the weekend and I had requested in our reservation that they call her "madam" (she thinks that is a sign of "fanciness"); they went above and beyond. From our entry, the staff was so attentive and kept "deferring" to her for choices. They provided her with table service of a bottle of sparkling cider (after checking with me), complimented her continually, and generally made her feel like (in her words) "an elegant lady". The smile on her face during dinner is one I will never forget, and I will be forever grateful for the wonderful memories they've helped to make. You have earned a loyal customer in Mom, and a definite future customer in daughter. AMAZING SERVICE!

13. The Greenhouse

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99 reviews
The Greenhouse
Price / Quality
4.4
Available services
4.3
Location
4.3
Possibility of Parking
4.3
Wifi
4.3

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

Schedule: Closed ⋅ Opens 7AM Thu

Telephone: (202) 448-2300

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Melissa Luke: The food is great, but the experience is what wow’d me the most! Wonderful ambiance, very cozy and not pretentious, and they give you a tiny upholstered foot stool for your purse!! We had tons of fun.

Miguel Curiel: Elegant experience, tasty food. Went in for brunch and place is 1) more beautiful than expected and 2) cheaper than expected. Great pick if you want to go have a nice talk + meal in somewhere iconic, fancy and affordable. Highly recommended that you reserve beforehand.
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Athena Press: The Green House at the Jeffersom Hotel. OMG. if.you'd like the feeling of being catered to as the upper crust was in the late 1800's and early 1900's, this is DA PLACE, in Washington DC. My cumpliments to the Chef, in making an extraordinary experience out of a simple burger including fresh, juicy, quality sirloin cooked to.perfection. Mimosas, strong freshly brewed coffee, impeccable and warm service, and exquisitely manicured ambiance made the cut for my "11, Above the Mondane" review. My numbers (10 is top) Reception: 11. (got.the coat, led us to the table, made two tourists feel at home and special) Servers and buzz boy; 11 Food quality: 11 Food quantity: just right. 10 Decor and ambiance: 11 (inspiring1800's decadence) Cleanness 11 Bathrooms:11 (Omg!!!!) Location; 11 (Nearby National Geographic museum, at The Jefferson Hotel) Parking: in DC?? Why, when there is that subway. DO NOT miss this place if you are in the area.

jay english: I've been searching for a good Chicken & Waffles joint & was surprised to find it at this restaurant. Chicken was seasoned very well and has an awesome crisp, satisfies the sweet/savory craving with a nice crunch.
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Kiana Yeganeh: The Greenhouse is a beautiful restaurant located in an even more beautiful hotel. The service, however, is mediocre. My boyfriend and I checked in for our brunch reservation 10 minutes early and we were told to have a seat in the lobby until our name was called. 20 minutes later, we still had not been called, so I walked up to the host's desk and reminded them of our now-past reservation. We were seated immediately, without an apology for the delay. It is likely the host forgot about our reservation, and that happens, but waiting service inside the restaurant was also bad. Our waiter barely spoke to us the whole time we were there, and we did not feel welcome at all. The food was average; the plating was disappointing. For a restaurant that looks this good on the outside, the quality of food and service was definitely a letdown. I hope other patrons have a better dining experience at The Greenhouse.

Mark Blanchard: Delicious brunch and beautiful restaurant. Classy high end touches all around.
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Caitlyn George: Extremely accommodating. We walked here with the kids from our hotel excited to try a new restaurant. We were pleasantly surprised with how kind the staff were to squeeze us in. We will absolutely be sure to make reservations next time now that we know. The staff were friendly and offered special surprises for the kids upon sitting. Made them feel so special. This is a brunch that makes you feel upscale and special. The beakfast foods and drinks are highest quality, beautifully presented and absolutely delicious. We enjoyed every moment and will absolutely return! The kids loved it and enjoyed feeling fancy for the morning and insist that we go back.
Response: Thank you for your kind words! We're so glad you enjoyed your dining experience at The Greenhouse and hope we can welcome you back again in the future!

G Dalmeida: A return to quiet elegance... The Greenhouse is fine dining for Brunch or Lunch. It felt so nice to enjoy a brunch that wasn’t rushed, or had me waiting 45+minutes to be seated. From the fine China to the very attentive staff and quiet ambiance The Greenhouse at the Jefferson Hotel will briefly make you feel as though you aren’t in Washington, DC but maybe a lovely summer home of a friend overlooking the river. The meal I selected was rather simple and traditional waffles with fresh fruit. They were prepared well not too crunch and definitely not to soft. Too much cream butter and a glaze over the strawberries were the only things I found lacking. But everything else was just perfect . Plenty of hot coffee served in slightly larger cups and a beautiful table sitting. I would recommend The Greenhouse to anyone who appreciates a slightly old school style dining experience. It made me glad I was up on all things Emily Post. (aka dining etiquette).
Response: Thank you for the kind words. We’re glad you enjoyed brunch with us!

Aditya Parikh: Lunch… Food: ***, Service: ****, Ambiance: *****, Value: **. Nice environment, but I won’t be back for lunch. It just isn’t good enough to justify the price when there are better establishments in DC. Might try dinner or breakfast sometime to give them a fair shot.

Sheneze Jones: Good food and great service!

14. Fairmont Washington D.C. Georgetown

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1405 reviews
Fairmont Washington D.C. Georgetown
Price / Quality
4.5
Available services
4.6
Location
4.5
Possibility of Parking
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.

15. The Visiteur

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11 reviews
The Visiteur
Price / Quality
4.5
Available services
4.5
Location
4.6
Possibility of Parking
4.5
Wifi
4.5

Address: 1221 22nd St NW, Washington, DC 20037

Schedule: Closes soon ⋅ 12AM ⋅ Opens 6AM Thu

Telephone: (202) 872-1500

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Anthony: Only open from 5pm-10pm during Covid times. Nice big screen TV, strong drinks and good food. Good atmosphere and good service!

Walter Wilson: Very nice, very clean.

Paula Bothwell: My husband and I had a late dinner at The Visiteur and very much enjoyed our meals. My husband had Steak Frites--his steak was very tender and the chimichurri sauce was perfect. I had the Baby Candied Striped Beet Salad--the presentation was lovely, especially the visual contrast between the locally sourced goat cheese medallions and the different types of beets. I also had the sweet potato jalapeño bites. The sprinkling of salt and salty bacon, mixed with the sweet of the potatoes and the speck of jalapeño hit all the best flavors. There was a lot of food. Neither of us were able to finish our meals. Our server was very attentive, but not overly so. He kept an eye on us and stayed out of the way, but was there when we needed him. Our check out was quick and painless. I found the prices to be very reasonable, especially for the obvious quality of the food. I guess the weirdest thing about this restaurant is that it cannot seem to decide if it's a big loud crazy bar or a nice, sit down, have-a-quiet-date place. There's a loud, huge screen TV right in the middle of things--Loud Bar: +1 There is also nice out-of-the-way seating--Quiet Date: +1. The strangest part about the restaurant is that it's in a big, open area, so if your buddy is checking into the hotel across the big room, you can look over and ask him to join you. The food is great, the service is great, and the restaurant meets socializing needs, regardless of what they might be. I'd definitely go back.

J Snider: Come here and get Sam to make you his old fashioned, one of the best ones I have had in the city. They also have fantastic food. It is a pleasant surprise to end up at a hotel with good food and drinks.

Amber Gadeken-Long: Had the best service I have had in years. very respectable server Named Alex Bright light of the place.

James Curd: Cozy environment 😌 very welcoming.

Luis Campos: Menu does not match online menu. Food was not the best

16. Tabard Inn

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1018 reviews
Tabard Inn
Price / Quality
4.5
Available services
4.4
Location
4.4
Possibility of Parking
4.4
Wifi
4.4

Address: 1739 N St NW, Washington, DC 20036

Telephone: (202) 785-1277

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Derek Kruger: Make sure to use ʜoᴛᴇʟʙoʟʟʏ.ᴄᴏm when booking a place. They compare hundreds of hotel sites and normally will have prices much cheaper compared to others! You're welcome :)! This resort is one of the best in the area. I have been coming here for a long time. If you stay for a few days you for sure won't regret it. Went twice in one weekend. A fun eclectic spot, suggest a reservation but not always required. I had the corned Beef Hash and my husband had the Shrimp and Grits. Fresh made donuts topped off a great brunch. We cannot wait for our next visit to DC to stop by our favorite brunch spot 😍.

Stacey Gopalakrishnan: Went twice in one weekend. A fun eclectic spot, suggest a reservation but not always required. I had the corned Beef Hash and my husband had the Shrimp and Grits. Fresh made donuts topped off a great brunch. We cannot wait for our next visit to DC to stop by our favorite brunch spot 😍.

Cheri Brooks: This is a charming hotel that I’ve stayed at many times. It’s kind of shabby chic and homey. Lovely sitting room. Great location. Staff is very nice. The restaurant is having some issues and seems to be disconnected from hotel. The staff there is also a bit rude. It’s too bad because it used to be a very good restaurant.

Timothy Suda: Hotel experience started out great…..for one night. The hotel is very quaint and quiet. The rooms are comfortable and each one unique. The buildings history alone is enough to make the stay interesting. We came to enjoy our anniversary weekend. However, they are so focused on making a quick buck that they don’t really care about their other clients. Our second night there, we got back to our room after 9pm and found a letter that was slipped under our door that said the restaurant was closed that evening due to a private event. No further information. As we settled in our room we noticed music playing from the event. The music steadily got louder and became more explicit as the night wore on. At 11:30pm we called the front desk who said there was nothing they could do and no managers to talk to. They offered a different room but the music was so loud you could hear it on the street (we went outside to check). They apologized for “the inconvenience” and that they were sorry that the other group had “planned ahead.” They told us there was a “hard stop at 1am” and they they were suffering too. This was totally disrespectful to those of us staying who were not affiliated with the party. There were so many opportunities to give us a heads up…when we made the reservation, when we checked in, when we had brunch in the hotel that morning, when we left the building for the day, or calling us at some point. Even putting a note in the letter about the restaurant closing would’ve been better than nothing. Instead they just expect us to stuffer and lose sleep because of their greed. But couldn’t be bothered to have a night manager on duty for this. There is a nice new Courtyard by Marriott next door that we should’ve stayed at. Less character sure but better treatment.

A “Kush” D: Its a pretty unique place to stay at. It more of home away from home. Its like renting a room in a house. Everything is provided except There is no TV which you does not matter because you are not visiting DC to watch TV i hope. Its a different experience if i had to describe the feeling i guess you could say it puts you in time when things were simpler and lived with just the things you need

Kelly Burdulis: Tabard Inn is a hidden gem. The room didn’t have a TV or fridge, but what it lacked in electronics it more than made up in charm and warmth. Bed was super comfy, bathroom was spacious, love that it has a soaking tub. Gabriel at the front desk was very hospitable, and kindly held our bags while we visited the monuments, and even went above and beyond to have our bags waiting in the room for us upon our return. For the price and location, you can’t find a better stay.

Zlatica Hoke: I was really looking forward to having dinner at the Tabard Inn restaurant last night since it used to be my favorite hangout in the past and I have not been there for at least 20 years. After last night, I am sure I won't go there for another 20. The main course of fish was $45, which is pricey by any standard. But when the plate came, there were two square pieces of fish on it, looking pale and like they came out of a frozen package. They were served over some mushy cauliflower and two small sauce dishes on the side. The look was entirely unappealing, but what is worse, the fish was tasteless. Overall, I would be embarrassed to serve something like that to my guests at home, even for an informal meal. I also had a beer. My total portion of the bill (split in half with a friend) with the tip came to about $76. My food deserved zero stars. The two stars were for ambiance and good memories of the past.

Samer Saffarini: Charming rooms and front desk staff. Shortly after we checked in we were told we had to switch rooms due to an electrical issue. The new room was more spacious but less charming--no problem as we were given extra restaurant vouchers for the inconvenience (one is received when checking in). However the restaurant staff initially refused to use multiple vouchers on our bill even though we were only staying one night and the vouchers were all dated for that day. They intitially said they could only take one voucher and then offered to take one and a half vouchers. After haggling with the hostess she allowed us to use 2/3 vouchers we were given (yet strangely did not return the unused voucher). Seems like a lot of trouble just to get $10 more out of their guests. Side note: the night before while exploring the hotel I stepped on a big cockroach right outside the door to the kitchen (the body of which was still there the next day). If we had known the restaurant would give us so much grief over the vouchers we would have eaten elsewhere. An otherwise pleasant stay was unfortunately soured by these issues. However we may stay here again in the future just to check out the other rooms; we'll just steer clear of the restaurant.

John O'Neill: Lovely hotel! Caveat: no elevators. If that's an issue, stay elsewhere. If not, you might fall in love with this place, as I did. Every corner, every wall, every niche of every room holds its own unique decorative and sometimes textural surprise...I LOVED our shower! A warm and engaging rainstorm. There is virtually no place to rest the eyes and not find something to engage the interest. Better yet, there is the culinary surprise found in the restaurant. We stayed two nights. We hadn't planned to do so, but ended up eating all our meals on site (other than lunch). All our meals were excellent. And the staff! They were nothing short of exemplary. Sorry if I'm gushing, but I did fall in unexpected love here, with the building, the décor, the ambiance, the staff...so helpful! It's an employee-owned establishment and it shows in the dedication to customer service. Do ask about parking if you are driving in. Don't expect all the cookie-cutter conveniences of a modern hotel. And be prepared to get lost once you enter. It's a bit of a labyrinth! But a fun one!

Samantha Wall: Tabard Inn has been one of my favorite brunch places since moving to DC. Their shrimp and grits, and the cream cheese eggs are amazing. I had my wedding reception brunch there this past weekend and it was a perfect celebration!

17. Rosewood Washington, D.C.

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148 reviews
Rosewood Washington, D.C.
Price / Quality
4.5
Available services
4.6
Location
4.5
Possibility of Parking
4.5
Wifi
4.5

Address: 1050 31st St NW, Washington, DC 20007

Telephone: (202) 617-2400

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C. Pine: Best hotel in Georgetown. I love the charm of this hotel right in the heart of everything. The friendliest staff and impeccable service and luxurious accommodations while steps away from shopping and more dining options. The library/reception area is a cozy and elegant pace for a nightcap or to lounge. The rooftop offers a fantastic view of the cityscape and is a great for private functions or if you need a peaceful place to hang out.
Response: Dear C. Pine: Thank you very much for this delightful review! We look forward to having you back with us in the near future! Sincerely, Rosewood Washington, D.C.

Jay Gif: Staff were friendly and helpful. Valet offered to keep Tesla charged overnight which was great! The room was THE quietest hotel room we've ever stayed in (no HVAC noise at all). Bed was comfortable, bathroom nice although some paint bubbling in ceiling. The rooftop spa and bar looked amazing but too cold to enjoy. Deducted a star for value, was very expensive and just didn't quite deliver what I felt it should at that price...
Response: Dear Mr. Gif: Thank you for your kind review of our hotel, much appreciated! I have made note of your comments and am grateful for those. We are glad that you enjoyed your stay and hope to see you again very soon. Please let us know if we can be of any assistance in the meantime. Sincerely, Gabor L. Vida Managing Director Rosewood Washington, D.C.

Shana Acquisto (Luxury Realtor): Stopped in for a drink on the rooftop. Beautiful atmosphere. Drinks were pricey and honestly a bit too much sugar for our liking but some may prefer that. Very friendly staff once we got up to the rooftop and great service.
Response: Dear Shana Acquisto: Thank you for your kind review of CUT Above and for your honest feedback. We have shared this with the team. We look forward to having you back with us soon. Sincerely Rosewood Washington, D.C.

Tania Ferguson: The Rosewood DC is remarkably disappointing. More expensive than comparable rooms at the Ritz or Four Seasons, there are essentially no luxury amenities. The pool is the size of two hot tubs. Sadly, Cut the restaurant had a kitchen fire and therefore there is no way to get anything to eat at the hotel. I had to go grocery shopping. They did not offer any discount for this inconvenience. The did make the minibar complementary except for liquor….and there is essentially nothing to eat in the minibar. The room is incredibly small and the bathroom hard to manage in its size. The “partial canal view” is just a brick wall. One must stand to look out the window if water is to be seen-and only then with great focus. More accurately this is a brick wall view. There is no spa, the fitness facility is smaller than a bathroom with no modern equipment in it except a single peleton bike with bad pedals. The fitness facility is a really big disappointment-I’ve had to find a gym to go work out at. So I’ve had to leave the premises for food, workout, spa services….It’s a travesty to the Rosewood brand. They should close the hotel and renovate, modernize-or drop the prices to reflect the current facade.
Response: Dear Ms. Ferguson: Thank you for posting your thoughts about your recent stay with us. I am very sorry that it did not meet your expectations. We, too, are very sad that the incident in the kitchen has resulted in us not being able to occupy that space and provide the In-Room Dining you were hoping for - we hope to have this matter rectified shortly. I do hope that you enjoyed the complimentary breakfast we had set up in the lounge for all our guests. I also hope that the fresh fruit bowls that we delivered to you helped the situation. The room you occupied (about 420 square feet) does have unobstructed views of the canal, I believe the brick wall to which you are referring is the exterior wall of the building on the opposite side of the canal. As you know, there is no reference to a spa on our site but we do offer in-room massage services - one of which was offered to you with our compliments. We shall review the verbiage regarding the fitness center but the listing of equipment on the page is accurate. Overall, I am sorry that we didn't meet your expectations and hope that the reduction of your room rate that was offered helped to ease this a bit. I hope we have the chance to welcome you back in the near future and be able to deliver the experience you expect. Sincerely, Timothy Edgecombe Director of Sales

Andrew Carmichael: Amazing hotel experience in a wonderful part of DC. It’s a smaller hotel that does a stellar job of balancing the finesse of a larger hotel with the intimacy of a boutique one. The team remembers everyone’s name and does to whatever they can to make your stay a memorable one.
Response: Dear Mr. Carmichael: Thank you very much for this wonderful review. We are delighted that you enjoyed the intimate experience that makes "The Gem of Georgetown" such a favourite among its guests. We hope to welcome you back in the near future. Sincerely, Rosewood Washington, D.C.

Mohsen: Enjoyed one week of stay at this hotel. Everything was perfect and felt personal. Fantastic staff.
Response: Dear Mohsen: Thank you so much for your kind comments - it was fantastic having both you and your fellow travellers with us. I sincerely hope we can welcome you back in the very near future! Sincerely, Rosewood Washington, D.C.

Mandy Jacqueline: The Lobby Bar in the Rosewood was amazing. Great service and wonderful drinks if you’re looking for high-class
Response: Dear Mandy: Thank you so much for your wonderful review! We are delighted you enjoyed your experience and look forward to having you back with us. Sincerley, CUT DC and Rosewood Washington, D.C.

Lisa Morin: This lovely, small hotel was well located in Georgetown. The room was nice, quiet and the bed was very comfortable. The service from all staff was exceptional. They attended to every detail to make our stay a great one!
Response: Dear Ms. Morin: Thank you for your kind review of our hotel, much appreciated! We are glad that you enjoyed your stay and hope to see you again very soon. Please let us know if we can be of any assistance in the meantime. Sincerely, Gabor L. Vida Managing Director Rosewood Washington, D.C.

Derrick Hoefsloot: Exquisite rooms, personalized service, excellent food, fantastic rooftop bar. Notable highlights include the front desk staff and Giovanni the rooftop bartender who remembered my wife’s favorite wine from a previous stay. Superb location, tons of nearby dining, shopping, the canal, and river walk. You will love it at the Rosewood Georgetown.
Response: Dear Derrick Hoefsloot Thank you so much for this wonderful review and rating! We are delighted that you enjoyed the hotel and the team that was here to make your stay memorable. Sincerely, Rosewood Washington, D.C.

Kelly Smith: Great hotel. Near everything in Georgetown. Service is amazing. Nicest place in the area.
Response: Dear Ms. Smith: Thank you very much for your lovely review of Rosewood Washington, D.C. We sincerely hope we have the chance to welcome you back in the very near future. Sincerely, Timothy Edgecombe Director of Sales

18. The Lafayette

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205 reviews
The Lafayette
Price / Quality
4.4
Available services
4.4
Location
4.5
Possibility of Parking
4.4
Wifi
4.4

Address: 800 16th St NW, Washington, DC 20006

Schedule: Closed ⋅ Opens 6:30AM Thu

Telephone: (202) 638-2570

Guy: New American restaurant



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Laura Xu Chen: Second time back in DC for a weekend and we are in Hay Adams again after 10 years. The food never disappoints and in fact everything was superb! Rack of lamb and Crab gnocchi were excellent. You have to order the soufflé! The ambiance was fine dining yet the wait staff are so warm and pleasant! We stayed for a 3 hour dinner and it was a beautiful and elegant experience

Adam Galazka: Amazing restaurant located in the Hay Adams hotel. Reservations were done via Google and confirmed by the restaurant a couple days in advance. Table was ready 45 minutes in advance. Their customer service from initial greeting through the whole dinner was amazing. Very good wine menu and you also have a cocktail menu as well. We tried a mushroom soup and octopus for appetizers. Ordered chicken breast and bronzini for main course. For our dessert we had creme Brule. Everything was amazing and tasty. We will definitely come back.

波。真秀ᶘ oᴥoᶅ: We went to the Lafayette for breakfast. Our waiter, Emmanuel, was extremely friendly, humorous and attentive. The French Toast came with hot maple syrup and the Lafayette Eggs Royale were accompanied by hollandaise sauce, which blended well with the rich salmon and eggs.

Shawni McGraw: We decided on this restaurant to celebrate our 27th wedding anniversary because of the spectacular views and ambience. When we found out that the view we were seeking was not available, the manager went above and beyond to get a private tour of just that view. He wanted our day to be special and he did just that. The food was fabulous and everyone is so customer focused. The mood was romantic with the live piano player and decor. I highly recommend this restaurant for your special day.

CRPARK LLC: Fine dining at its best. After graduation dinner with great down town DC vibe. Service was superior and the environment, on point.

Jenovie Yoka: The food was really good and tasty. The prices are also fair but I did not like the service at all. Furthermore, it was simply awful! The servers that had us that night( a man and a lady) were just not professional and welcoming at all. The were working like they were forced to take care of us. We reserved the private room for a special occasion (my sister engagement) and those two servers made us have a very bad experience. Especially the lady when it can to the moment to pay the restaurant bill. In the other hand the meals and the drinks were simply amazing!

Michael O'Reilly: **FUTURE VISITORS: THEY NO LONGER DO ROOFTOP DINING** This is a fantastic restaurant in a fantastic hotel, but they no longer do anything on the roof. The roof is now reserved for events and such, which is truly disappointing. What’s the point in going anymore? The ambience of the restaurant is nice, but not nice enough to justify going. The food is great, but there are better, cheaper options throughout DC. It is all fairly expensive as well, and for what? One of the main reasons to go was for the wonderful view, but if I no longer have access to that, then the Lafayette is no longer a #1 choice.

Stacy: Good but too expensive. The servers were all so friendly and helpful. It was unbelievably fancy. You are clearly paying for the experience.

Eduardo Rukos: Beautiful & very well executed French inspired menu with a lot of highlights. The staff was amazing and the desserts are pieces of art.

Mark Blanchard: Hands down the most beautiful venue in DC (at least when it was up on the top floor through the pandemic). Great food, great view from the top floor, and friendly staff.

19. Anthem

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63 reviews
Anthem
Price / Quality
4
Available services
3.9
Location
3.9
Possibility of Parking
3.9
Wifi
3.9

Address: 901 Massachusetts Ave NW, Washington, DC 20001

Schedule: Closed ⋅ Opens 6:30AM Thu

Telephone: (202) 824-9386

Guy: American restaurant



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Nicole Katsikides: The food here is great, and the service is always fantastic. As a Baltimorean, I won’t eat a crab cake outside of Maryland’s borders except here. Their crab cake is perfect. I’ve never been disappointed with this restaurant. Breakfast, lunch, and dinner, all great!!!

Tracey Davis: This Marriott no longer has Mothers day buffet. The customer service is awful. No one answers the phone for the hotel. Neither the restaurant or any other department. Poor customer service. Don't patronize this location. Very under staff. If I could rate a zero I would. Made a reservation for Mother's Day. What a disaster!
Response: Dear Tracey Davis, Thank you for taking the time to post about your visit. I would enjoy the opportunity to discuss your feedback in further detail and can be reached at the contact information below at your convince Sincerely, Adam Salyer Director of Food & Beverage 202.824.9200

Hande Küçük: It was alright, nothing special. They had coffee on the table and charged us each $7 for coffee, which I thought was outrageous. Its location is quite convenient if you are staying at the Marriott or just going across the convention center.

Karen Zachary: We were seated for fifteen minutes before anyone took our order. The coffee was remarkably terrible. The food was mediocre and expensive. Then we couldn’t get the check. Shockingly terrible experience. And so LOUD! Awful.
Response: Dear Karen Zachary, I appreciate you taking the time to post about your recent visit and apologize that your experienced did not meet your expectations. I would enjoy the opportunity to discuss your feedback in further detail and can be reached at your convenience at the contact information below. Sincerely Adam Salyer Director of Food & Beverage (202) 824-9200

Christopher Obrien: I had the omelet with hashbrowns. Food was hot and fresh. Solid convient place for breakfast. I did not try the lunch or dinner items.
Response: We are glad you enjoyed your breakfast!

Tobin Bennett-Gold: The food was great, and the service was good. For a hotel restaurant I was expecting higher prices, but the menu was very affordable. I needed to have a quick lunch with a colleague and then get to the airport, and the fast service and convenient location were exactly what I needed-- and Anthem did that with without sacrificing quality or gouging my wallet. The atmosphere was good too - very easy to have a conversation when when the restaurant was full.

abdelilah el hassani: The main restaurant of the Marriott Marquis in Washington DC. The breakfast was great, the service outstanding and the Spanish Omelette very delicious. The staff was very kind, smiling and professional. The inside decoration and the lighting of the restaurant were also very successful. Definitely recommend it as well for dinner.

Aaron Westervelt: Avocado toast was consistently delicious. Hashbrowns were superb and crispy. Staff was extremely polite and accommodating. Coffee was ridiculously overpriced however ($7) and took away from an otherwise 5 star experience.

Gada T: It's very nice restaurant for it's services and freshness food. mostly I like, their service and their buffet of omlet station.

Mehdi Zare: Food was great and hosts were nice.

20. Robert's Restaurant

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27 reviews
Robert's Restaurant
Price / Quality
3.1
Available services
3.2
Location
3.1
Possibility of Parking
3.1
Wifi
3.1

Address: 2500 Calvert St NW, Washington, DC 20008

Schedule: Closed ⋅ Opens 6AM Thu

Telephone: (202) 756-5300

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Tori Lorvig: Nothing outwardly wrong, although the food is certainly outshined by the decor. Their salads are their strength, the soup was a bit bland and the ravioli had powdered rather than grated parmesan. The bread is delicious, but served with cold butter. The fruit tarte is nice, although the serving is enormous.

Simon Bodner: Can I give it 0 stars!?! If you notice the red goop on my glass, when I noticed it, I told the waiter, and he said "oh they just take a glass and don't check" I ordered an arugula salad that was old and the romano cheese was almost ready to be thrown out. My wife ordered 1/2 chicken with mushrooms and greens, which were all greasy. All in all, a really nasty experience.

Tom Kunsman: Bit overpriced menu. Special request was not fulfilled, and was given incorrect bill st dinner.The space is incredible

Scott Orr: The dining room is pretty, and the food was unobjectionable (though not particularly great), but our service was awful. First, the restaurant had no booster seats, only a high chair--which was not really what my 3-year-old needed. It worked out OK, but you rarely see a restaurant nowadays that doesn't offer both high chairs and booster seats. Another black mark in the kid-friendly department was the mini-hamburgers on the children's menu: the buns were miniature, but the patties were simply one full-sized patty cut into halves, which didn't really fit the buns. Our server forgot to take drink orders for my son and me (the other adults were drinking wine already by that point); the hostess came by and got milk for my son, but when I asked about a drink for me, she told me the server would take my drink order, and when I noted he hadn't actually done so, and asked her to ask him about it, she ignored me. For the impression I got, she might as well have said, "It's not my job." The server did finally take my order 15 minutes or so later, but after that, he didn't offer to refill either my son's milk or my soft drink until the meal was nearly over. And all of this while the restaurant was nearly deserted--so it's not like the staff was overwhelmed. As we were about to leave, I needed to change my son's diaper, and discovered no changing station in the first (small, unisex) restroom I found. I asked the hotel concierge where I could change him, and he gave me directions to the men's room...and as I was trying to process those, he added "You're welcome," seemingly indicating that I should have said "Thank you" already. In any case, thanks would have been undeserved, because the restroom lacked anywhere to change a diaper. Indeed, my wife then discovered that the women's room lacked a changing stand as well, though at least there was a couch she could use.

Savannah Slone: My mom and I ate here while staying in Omni. We approached the host stand and weren’t greeted, so we weren’t sure if we were supposed to seat ourselves. We picked up a menu to see what they had, then we were approached by a male server who asked if we needed a table. We told him yes, so he took the menus from us and sat us. Nice area, very pretty, there’s an option to sit outside as well. We were given water and a few minutes to figure out what we wanted. After a little bit, he came back and took our order. About 10-15 mins later our food was brought out by different server. We ate, it was pretty good. Then we sat for about 10-15 minutes after finishing out food until we could track the new server down for our check. Overall not a good experience, service was bad. We were never greeted, or simply told hello. The first server was rude and disappeared and we never saw him again. The second server was again rude, not personable at all. She never asked us how our meal was or anything. Food was good but wouldn’t go back. For such a nice hotel, I would expect better service.

Ruthanne Sweeney: We were in Washington, D.C. in April 2017 and stayed at the Omni Shoreham. Robert's breakfast buffet was fabulous - omelets made to order, great variety of baked goods, pancakes & waffles, just about anything you could want. For dinner, the herb crusted rack lamb was the best I have ever had and the portion size was more than generous. Caesar salad was fresh and good size. I did not realize that what I thought was going to be mashed potatoes, were actually pureed potatoes, but other than that everything else was delicious. My granddaughter had the steak, which was cooked exactly as requested, so that's what I ordered the 2nd evening we dined at Robert's. Servers were very accommodating.

Ryan Wegman: The staff is very courteous and the Federalist setting, as a historically protected landmark for DC, really stands out when you have the chance to sit in the dining room and take in the frescoes and surrounding touches. Salmon salad nicois was delicious! Brunch is a whole other experience you must try!

Michael Pack: For upscale dining they need training. The duck confit was a thigh and leg finished in oven? This is just wrong, should have been breast and not re heated and might as well been chicken it was so mild. The filet was completely under seasoned. These are basics and unforgivable. Our waitress didn't say a word that we could hear and then stood ten feet away the whole meal and stared at us. Prices were fine if the food was up to par. I imagine from other reviews that breakfast was the way to go but wouldn't risk another bad experience.

Nizar Farsakh: A gorgeous space with an antique feel to it. Beautiful tables and wall paintings, but the food is hit-and-miss. The first time I ate there it was exquisite the second time it was pretty bad. And that was within 2 days

Alayna Poe: Amazing food, elegant atmosphere, pricey but worth it