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1. Stantec

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2 reviews
Stantec
Price/Quality
5
Service
5
Parking
5
Location
5
Establishment
5

Address: 722 12th St NW #100, Washington, DC 20005

Schedule: Closed ⋅ Opens 8AM

Telephone: (202) 822-8227

Guy: Engineering consultant



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2. KGP Design Studio

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4 reviews
KGP Design Studio
Price/Quality
5
Service
5
Parking
5
Location
5
Establishment
5

Address: 1777 Church St NW, Washington, DC 20036

Schedule: Closed ⋅ Opens 9AM

Telephone: (202) 822-2102

Guy: Architect



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Sam Rae K.: Truth be told, Mohammad's professionalism & responsiveness easily go hand-in-hand with his work quality & value. Not only did he get back to me promptly, but also, the way in which he went about discussing all that it was I was looking for & how he could best achieve it was impressive & also HONEST (something I've had trouble finding with projects such as these). He clearly enjoys what he does & is most definitely out for your best interest, as his detailed explanation & if anything at all, advice, on what was even lacking in my prior logo & what he personally thought about it from a marketing perspective was so deeply appreciated. He did NOT need to take so much of his time of day to first hear from me on a personal level before just jumping into the logo & taking payment before making sure it was what I needed. I am someone who really seeks professionals who know how to get the job done, but also know how to work with the client so that their individual needs are taken into serious account. TO SAY THAT HE IS REASONABLY PRICED IS, ALSO, AN UNDERSTATEMENT! ESPECIALLY during this pandemic, small businesses such as mine are needless to say struggling, & I was so fortunate to come across this wonderful agency's profile & to still receive truly great work, & all for a price that they deserve so much more for. So much so that by the end of it I was hoping I could tip them just for going above & beyond when other agencies charge so much more for subpar work in comparison to theirs. They really deserve every penny & then some & I hope no one ever takes advantage of that! Running a service business, I know what it's like for your time to be poorly compensated for, & to not even receive a thank you. So thank you thank you THANK YOU for your time, effort, energy, kindness & most of all, HONESTLY throughout this process!

3. Gensler

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25 reviews
Gensler
Price/Quality
4.9
Service
4.8
Parking
4.8
Location
4.8
Establishment
4.8

Address: 2020 K St NW, Washington, DC 20006

Schedule: Closed ⋅ Opens 9AM

Telephone: (202) 721-5200

Guy: Architect



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Dean Sosa: Great venue for networking events!

Shawn Soviak: Great offices.

Gretel Lott: Beautiful

4. NCARB - National Council of Architectural Registration Boards

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NCARB - National Council of Architectural Registration Boards
Price/Quality
5
Service
5
Parking
5
Location
5
Establishment
5

Address: 1401 H St NW #500, Washington, DC 20005

Schedule: Closed ⋅ Opens 9AM

Telephone: (202) 879-0520

Guy: Corporate office



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Lauren Mitchell: The most recent rollout of changes is so bad that I cannot not review. This organization is terrible.

5. Architect Hotel

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365 reviews
Architect Hotel
Price/Quality
3.8
Service
3.8
Parking
3.9
Location
3.8
Establishment
3.8

Address: 1025 15th St NW, Washington, DC 20005

Telephone: (202) 408-8200

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georgem1989: The hotel is located near all major landmarks (Washington Monument and National Mall). The room’s size is good for one person, it might feel a bit crowded with two people. There was a desk in my room with a flat tv above it. The shades worked great, almost no light was coming in the room. The bathroom seemed to be recently renovated. The shower head is fixed on the wall unfortunately but I guess that’s the norm in the states. The bed was comfortable, the pillows a bit too flat. Room was clean. The staff is very nice and helpful. For this price point I believe it’s an excellent choice! However, if you need more amenities, I would look elsewhere.

Davis Dawson: Excellent hotel for the price! This no-frills hotel definitely has some age on it, but it gives it a lot of character. Most importantly, this hotel is in an incredible location, being very close to restaurants, museums, the national mall, and a metro stop (5min walk). Staff was very kind and accommodating. The rooms are definitely small. Bathrooms are updated and typical for a hotel room. I found the bed to be very very firm, but linens were clean and I slept totally fine. It was very cold (& snowing) during my stay, and the window unit in my room did a spectacular job at providing heat and keeping me comfortable.

Jack F: Pretty cute antique hotel for a short stay. Front desk lady was nice and accommodating. Will recommend if you need to find a place to stay in DC for an affordable rate.

Jennifer: After looking over the room when we checked in, I asked the front desk to put new sheets on the bed as the ones that were on it when we arrived had multiple stains on them which is gross. We took them off the bed and left them bundled on top for housekeeping to grab. Housekeeping came by but they did not change the stained sheets—the same stained sheets were on the bed when we came back to the room. Literally the same stains in the same spots. Gross.

Ying Knudsen: Nice location near metro station. woth old style reasonable price, but the AC /heater is annoying. noisy but we were tried. didn't bother us so much.

Antonio Romero: The heat was a bit noise but you can turn it off. Very good quality and price and perfect location. Just 10 mins walk from the White House

Michael El-Jiz: The architect is a nicely located hotel. It’s a 5 minute walk to nice restaurants and bar, and short uber rides to the city’s wonders. The soul of the hotel is a charming older building. The staff is welcoming, courteous, and super accommodating. I stayed in two different rooms - the second one was a little noisy (as if I was sleeping with the window open). My view was a brick wall from the adjacent building. The rooms were clean, the beds were comfortable, and the showers are nice.

Tanya Coles: The hotel is conveniently located down the street from major landmarks and museums like the Smithsonian, the Washington Monument, and National Mall. However, it is not the most comfortable hotel. The rooms are very small. I had a desk in my room and the chair blocked the path to the window. The bathroom was beautiful and decent size, but hot water was very slow to turn on. The shower head comes directly out the ceiling, so water falls straight down and can’t be adjusted. The bed wasn’t comfortable. There is a small flat screen tv mounted on the wall. No closets or dressers. No fridge or ice machines. There is coffee in the lobby. Hallways and elevators are narrow. If you have luggage, you most likely need your own elevator. However, the staff is very nice and accommodating. Room was spotless and maid service was excellent. If you just need a place to sleep and shower, then The Architect will work for you. However, if you need comfort, I would look elsewhere.

Andrew Brown, Realtor: I had a great experience and the staff were friendly. The rooms are SMALL- the size didn’t bother me. GREAT LOCATION! It’s like a boutique hotel- older but some updated finishes.

Dino T: Actually not as bad as everyone is saying from the reviews. It's an older style hotel, clean and staff were friendly. Yes, a little noisy at night with emergency services and boy racers. Parking can be found nearby with SpotHero APP. Basic tea, coffee and water provided at reception. Bed was comfortable, TV was fine. Bathroom was clean, shower pressure was great with hot water. The only issue was wifi wasn't great just FYI. Overall, great location, recommendation is to find parking on SpotHero a must to save money. Would recommend Architect for a weekend stay or business trip!

6. US Capitol Grounds

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US Capitol Grounds
Price/Quality
4.7
Service
4.6
Parking
4.6
Location
4.6
Establishment
4.6

Address: Washington, DC 20016

Schedule: Closed ⋅ Opens 8:30AM

Telephone: (202) 226-8000

Guy: Park



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Ashok Patel: The 58 acre very well maintained park immediately surrounding the US Capitol building is known as US Capitol Grounds. The green lush park-like setting looks beautiful against the Capitol building and National Mall. The grounds is bordered by stone wall. Different types of trees and bushes are grown in the grounds with curved walkways. Many trees on the Capitol grounds have memorial associations. Leisurely walk around the world power center to explore the beauty of the Capitol building is great experience. The entry to the Capitol building is closed for the general public but walking up to the steps of this symbolically most important and impressive public building of United States and the world is great opportunity. After six months of enhanced security measures, finally the fence is down and people can now visit the Capitol grounds.

Sara García: Make sure you book a tour online ahead of time! I arrived a few minutes early for a tour, checked in and stood in line for about 15 minutes - which was super fun because one of the docents entertained us with some awesome facts about the statues in the Visitor Center. The tour started with a 13-minute film to set the scene. We were all lined up and given wireless tour guide systems - make sure you stay close to your guide or you'll lose signal otherwise. The actual tour was educational and fun. Our guide took us to great points of interest throughout and encouraged us to take pictures and ask plenty of questions. Given heightened security measures and the uphill climb to the south entrance, be sure you arrive early enough to be on time for your scheduled tour.

Greggory Ring: Had a great tour of the Capital grounds. We made arrangements with the Arizona Rep, to show us around. Small group of 14 people. Really enjoyed it.

Calvin Bryant: Fantastic place to walk and explore. The buildings are majestic and the grounds beautiful. Watch for criminals as it is DC and politicians aren't the only ones there who want to rob you lol. Seriously, crime in DC is typical liberal city crime... bad, bad, bad. However, the capital grounds are safer than other areas.

Hebert getry: This is have to visit. We didn't get tickets online previously cause it were not available but once there we scan a QR code on the main entrance and we got tow tickets to visit it an hour later so if you don't get tickets before you arrive there try the QR code. We were lucky cause it was two tickets available and we were two but if you do that the first day in town maybe you can get for the following days. The visit was too short for me but you can not miss this if you are in DC.

pdnapora: Great FREE hour long tour of the Capitol Bldg. Funny and knowledgeable tour guide. Not rushed and plenty of restrooms. Reservations are required and quite limited, so plan ahead. 3 weeks for the WH.

Emily: Super cool!! A great place to get the best picture is on the right or left stairs of the capital!!

Lou Fegans: As of July 2021 the Capitol Grounds are open! Beautiful, well manicured grounds with stunning views of both the Capitol Building and the National Mall. West Lawn: great views down the mall, overlooking the Washington Monument and the National Mall. Best spot for photos in the evening, and great place to watch the sunset. At the end of the lawn is the capitol reflecting pool. Provides great photos of the capitol reflecting in the water. East Lawn: paved area with iconic steps leading up to each chamber. This is also the primary entrance for visitors to the Capitol at the Capitol Visitors Center. Best spot for photos in the mornings. North/South lawn: beautiful gardens and shady sidewalks. Note the walk around the capitol is very steep. Tip: you can reserve tickets to visit the Capitol with the Capitol Visitors Center or reach out in advance to your representatives for a more intimate tour of the Capitol. If you did not arrange a tour in advance you can stop by any Congressional office to pick up chamber passes. These passes will get you into the building and allow you to sit in the chambers and watch the proceedings. You will not have a guide but will be able to be in the building on your own.

Kenneth Emerson: The importance of this place can be a little overwhelming. If you've never really walked around in history before. KenEK5!

Eithne McBride: Yep, brought the dogettes here, too! I'd never been to Washington DC before so I thought I'd drive through with my fur kids early one morning. My inner dialogue went something like, "I wonder how easy it is to find the capitol -- OH!" and there we were. I worried the whole time that I might be parking somewhere inappropriate since I had a huge parking lot with "authorized vehicle parking only" signs everywhere but we took a chance and hopped out for a photo anyway. No regrets! 😊

7. National Archives Research Center

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702 reviews
National Archives Research Center
Price/Quality
4.4
Service
4.5
Parking
4.4
Location
4.4
Establishment
4.4

Address: 700 Pennsylvania Avenue NW, Washington, DC 20408

Schedule: Closed ⋅ Opens 8:45AM

Telephone: (866) 272-6272

Guy: Government office



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Stacy A: Worth at least one visit to celebrate US history. See the Declaration of Independence, constitution, and bill of rights. Room is dark and cold to help with preservation. No photos allowed at all. Entry was simple enough once I found it and staff was quiet but helpful.

Shine Thomas: Washington DC is a land of museums. You have a lot of places to visit in DC which has a huge number of historical archives. This was one such place with a lot of artifact's to see. One would need around half a day to cover this place, that too if you do it in a hurry. The place has so many sculptures and paintings, including Ginevra de benci the only paining of Leonardo da Vinci in the United States of America.

Rodrigo Gonzalez: An impressive building which was made to preserve the national documents. In the exhibition, you can see The Constitution, The Declaration of Independence, and the Bill of Rights. Congratulations to the staff and curators for such an impressive place. I recommend it.

Dez Davis: Beautiful building and so many things to look at. However, the security personnel are extremely rude and yell constantly. Also, it is a complete free for all to try and see the documents. Everybody crowds around the documents and stands there forever, not allowing anyone else to see the documents. Need to execute a better option of allowing everyone to see the documents fairly.

courtney edwards: The worst place I’ve visited in DC. The staff was rude and pushy with the exception of the employees working in the cafe. I highly recommend visiting the cafe. I was also locked in the building for 10+ and not permitted to leave due to an issue that was not disclosed to guests. I would go to anywhere in DC again except for the National Archives.

Matthew Miller: In reality, you could make a very quick trip here and only see the most important things here--The Constitution, The Declaration of Independence, and the Bill of Rights. With a bit more time, there are other exhibits to see, especially if you are interested in the archiving process and what gets stored in the National Archives. For families with younger children the Boeing Learning Center is a nice place with activities and hands-on materials. The staff there are keen to explain things and are clearly devoted to their vocations.

John Neff: Security staff are a joke, while going through the security screening process two security staff screamed and yelled at my child. They soured what was an anticipated visit to see our nations founding documents into a terrible experience. The security staff needs to take a class on sensitivity training. What an embarrassment to our national treasures.

Wei Hsu: Amazing building and gorgeous architecture.

Nikoloz Gachechiladze: Considering that the place is free, it provides an amazing experience. You can see the originals of American Bill of Rights, Declaration of Independence and Constitution all within 15 minutes, if you have planned your route. There are other interesting exhibits, but these three are highlights and definitely worth a visit.

Abigail Carroll: What an amazing place. Though the entrance is a little confusing. It was surreal to actually see The Declaration of Independence, The Constitution, and The Bill of Rights with my own eyes. I wish we'd had more time to explore. Loved the gift shop

8. US Coast Guard Headquarters

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13 reviews
US Coast Guard Headquarters
Price/Quality
4.4
Service
4.4
Parking
4.5
Location
4.4
Establishment
4.4

Address: 2703 Martin Luther King Junior Avenue, SE STOP 7000, Washington, DC 20593

Schedule: Closed ⋅ Opens 8AM

Telephone: (202) 372-4500

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Charlie Coiro: One of the best organizations in the world!

9. US Department of the Treasury Annex

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US Department of the Treasury Annex
Price/Quality
3.5
Service
3.4
Parking
3.4
Location
3.4
Establishment
3.4

Address: 701 Madison Pl NW, Washington, DC 20005

Guy: Federal government office



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Zachary Montgomery: this building and everyone that works within it are a complete and utter waste of tax payer dollars

Tommy Pomagranet: I deposited my tax money and never got it back

Nathan Verger: 10$ building !

LUAF G: (Translated by Google) US Treasury Department completes the visit to the White House. Washington D.C. (Original) Departamento del Tesoro de EEUU, complenta la visita a la Casa Blanca. Washington D. C.

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

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The St. Regis Washington, D.C.
Price/Quality
4.5
Service
4.6
Parking
4.5
Location
4.5
Establishment
4.5

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

Telephone: (202) 638-2626

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

11. National Archives Museum

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2424 reviews
National Archives Museum
Price/Quality
4.6
Service
4.6
Parking
4.7
Location
4.6
Establishment
4.6

Address: 701 Constitution Ave. NW, Washington, DC 20408

Schedule: Closed ⋅ Opens 10AM

Telephone: (202) 357-5000

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Ewa Cissik: So much more to see her than just the Declaration of Independence and the Constitution. However, for those documents just get up there and look at them. People try to do this line business and then the security personnel have to break it up to move everyone along. It’s silly. Not everyone wants to read all the other information around those documents, so the ridiculously long line through the whole rotunda makes no sense. And others really want to read it all slowing down said silly line. Hope you will have a friendly, reasonable security guard when you visit too. The other galleries are worth a look as well. My teenage son and I enjoyed about 1.5 hours in the Archives building. To comment on entering the building, we only waited about 15-20 minutes on a Wednesday in June shortly after it opened for the day. When we were leaving noonish, there was no line. Paying for timed passes would not have been worth it on our day.

Tom Fenton: A thoroughly humbling experience and one that everyone, whether American or someone aspiring to the fundamentals ideas of freedom and liberty should experience. Went on a Sunday morning in January, in the 20s outside. Museum was quiet and more enjoyable because so. I'd booked a few weeks in advance, make sure you book a timed slot! You won't receive tickets via email but instead give your name to a guard at the entrance. Expect mini airport style security but both my bag and bottle of water made it thru unmolested! Security guards were great throughout in giving direction. No photos are allowed inside.

H Hosier: The National Archives was a wonderful experience. Tickets are not currently required but you do have to stand in line and wait for admittance. Be prepared to go through security. The Bill of Rights, Declaration of Independence, Constitution and many other items of historical significance are housed here. We were here midweek at a weird hour and it was still fairly crowded and hard to get close to the Declaration. The security doesn't want you to stand in line but to roam about freely, but if you do roam about freely then you never get close enough to actually see the Declaration. 🤷‍♀️ Be better prepared than us and have more time then you think you need so you don't have to rush. It would have been so much nicer if we had more time. Very worth it. Photography isn't allowed inside the building. ☹️ Its free. Public entry is at the corner of 9th and Constitution Ave.

Dan Wells: I had a very pleasant visit to the Archives, I found I was oddly emotional that there were books on display that Thomas Jefferson held and read. The building is beautiful too.

Klau Pao: A very beautiful building holding the most important documents of this country, the melting pot of the world. The security is very strict, but it should as this building holds 13.28 billion pages of textual records and more. The lines were long as there was many field trips going in, there was a lot of young people that didn't take the place seriously, but we were able to enjoy reading and admiring the most important documents that made this country better, the Declaration of Independence, the Constitution, and the Bill of Rights. It's a MUST if you love History and freedom!

Ashley Howerton: This is must. Make sure to get tickets online in advance so you get in. Sadly no photos are allowed to be taken inside. But you get to see the orginal documents of the bill of rights, the constitution, and the declaration of independence. There is a lot of armed guards near these so don't try to take a photo. All the workers were nice and some had knowledge of stuff in the building. The documents are upstairs and other documents are downstairs when you first get through security

Ilyse Wagner: Excellent experience! The exhibit on rights was amazing. I felt the need to read everything. As expected, the rotunda with the Declaration of Independence does get crowded, so be prepared for that. Despite the crowds, guests were considerate and moved through the exhibit so other people could view the documents. I did like the policy against taking photos. You really get to enjoy the experience without having to navigate around other people. I highly recommend.

Diego G: Opportunity to see up close the Declaration of independence, the constitution and the bill of rights. No photos allowed inside which makes it a great place to watch and learn instead of groups of selfie-and-forget visitors.

Tyshawn Jenkins: This was dope. I enjoyed the atmosphere and the AC was a perfect temp. The bill of rights, Declaration of Independence, and constitution are all located in one location.

Josh Pence: A very fun and humbling visit. Seeing the documents was incredible, but I also enjoyed the archives as well. Definitely a must see! No pictures allowed at all while visiting inside. Note: You do need tickets and will need to book tickets and a time in advance. Tickets are only$1. When you enter, be prepared to go through security much like the airport. Bags through an x-ray, pockets completely empty and no metal, etc... Masks are required of course. For more of my reviews on restaurants and other places of interest, follow me on Google reviews

12. U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Headquarters

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51 reviews
U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Headquarters
Price/Quality
3.5
Service
3.4
Parking
3.4
Location
3.4
Establishment
3.4

Address: 1200 Pennsylvania Avenue NW, Washington, DC 20004

Schedule: Closed ⋅ Opens 8AM

Telephone: (202) 564-4700

Guy: Federal government office


Web page: http://epa.gov/


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Pierce Jones: Twisted tail, a thosand eyes, Trapped Forever! Beware! Beware! Time is short! Epa! Epa!

Charles Stickles: Your agency has been deceived, or is complacent on the subject of water fluoridation. What is added to the water supply is toxic and not the same as naturally occurring fluoride. Fluride is banned in many parts of the world and in certain parts of the U.S. for good reason. China and India are looking for ways to even reduce natural occurring fluride in the water because of all the damaging health effects. There are many books and documentaries explaining in great detail how toxic commercial fluride is, for anyone that cares to know. It is a toxic waste product that is so toxic that would be illegal to dump in natural waterways. This is a prime example of fascism and corporate corruption. I implore someone out there to please further investigate this issue. If you like to have a further dialogue or for me to cute some source and reference material please let me know. Maybe if you're too busy to respond you can put some of those interns to work on this. It's a very serious matter, that seems to be overlooked or swept under the rug. I say this in all sincerity after several years of research on the subject. I mean no disrespect. However I am deeply disturbed about this subject matter. Your are forcing a supposed health treatment onto the general public, mostly without their informed consent. If people truly knew the difference between the industrial grade fluoride and naturally occurring fluoride they would never allow for this. Your work in an office of public trust. I belive your are morally, ethically and legally obligated to do what is in the best interests of the American people. I emphatically belive this issue has more to do with the benefits of certain corporations and the dental industry, that people's health. Having dentists weigh in on these issue who themselves are often misinformed and have a conflict of interest and quite an egregious offense in my humble opinion. It is too my understanding that your agency has already been presented enough evidence to make an informed decision about this subject matter. I sincerely pray to God that someone there will reevaluate this matter. If someone really wants to use fluride it is readily available in toothpaste. Please don't force it on everyone else. It is absorbed into the body anytime people shower of bath and it very damaging to people's internal health. How anyone in good conscious can allow for this is beyond my imagination. Thank You!

Youtube University: Had several poor customer experiences with this agency. Specifically with two people in the Office of Mission Support (OMS): Yulia Kalikhman and Ashraf Mohamed. When I had a conversation with Yulia, she answered the phone with a "what do you want?!" I was appauled. Was given incorrect information by them and they refused to apologize and would not refer me to someone else. I do not recommend this organization

Abir Chowdhury: In these troubled times ... hope EPA can stand up for something !

Steven Schaeber: Beautiful old building, nice stone decor, classic styling, a national treasure!

Charles Miller: The Agency is not living up to its name nor its mission. Repealing the Clean Power Plan will end up hurting us all, including those in the coal industry and future generations This is not a partisan issue; it is a national security issue. Rev. Charles Miller - Holy Name College

Richard Jenner: I would just like to take the time to thank the EPA for all the work they do. I know it must feel like a uphill struggle on days but believe me you have the support of the nation and other world nations behind you. God bless you all!

Andrew Kao: Security guard yelled at me for taking a photo of the entrance. I did so because it was interesting: the engraving says Post Office Department but the stain on the glass says U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. And also 'cause I've considered working for EPA.

Gene Spanos: Very poor response to the ongoing polluting at O'Hare Airport. As we speak jet fuel that has leaked in allowed to be flushed down the nearest sewers. Acceptable patterns and practices.

Ryan Nichols: Hard to navigate. Bad old bathrooms. There are some nice architectural features in the building.

13. US Treasury Department

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US Treasury Department
Price/Quality
4.3
Service
4.4
Parking
4.3
Location
4.3
Establishment
4.3

Address: 1500 Pennsylvania Avenue NW, Washington, DC 20220

Telephone: (202) 622-2000

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David Behbahani: This place should be the real white house to be honest. It looks cooler for one,and it pretends Alexander Hamilton was better George Washington or Thomas Jefferson, so they have that whole delusion thing going on. Good for them.

Ahmad ahmad elghetany: The Department of the Treasury (USDT)is the national treasury and finance department of the federal government of the United States where it serves as an executive department. The department oversees the Bureau of Engraving and Printing, and the U.S. Mint; these two agencies are responsible for printing all paper currency and coins, while the treasury executes its circulation in the domestic fiscal system. The USDT collects all federal taxes through the Internal Revenue Service; manages U.S. government debt instruments; licenses and supervises banks and thrift institutions; and advises the legislative and executive branches on matters of fiscal policy. The department is administered by the secretary of the treasury, who is a member of the Cabinet. The treasurer of the United States has limited statutory duties, but advises the Secretary on various matters such as coinage and currency production. Signatures of both officials appear on all Federal Reserve notes. Established by an Act of Congress in 1789 to manage government revenue, the first secretary of the treasury was Alexander Hamilton, sworn into office on September 11. Hamilton was appointed by President George Washington on the recommendation of Robert Morris, Washington's first choice for the position, who had declined the appointment. Hamilton established the nation's early financial system and for several years was a major presence in Washington's administration. The office is thus customarily referred to as "Treasury", solely, without any preceding article, as a remnant of the country's transition from British to American English during the late 18th century. Hamilton's portrait appears on the obverse of the ten-dollar bill, while the Treasury Department building is depicted on the reverse.The current secretary of the treasury is Janet Yellen, who was confirmed by the United States Senate on January 25, 2021. Jovita Carranza, appointed on April 28, 2017, was the incumbent treasurer, until January 15, 2020, when she left the office.

Maricela Chavez Ruiz: Gorgeous place to contemplate the beautiful history of the United States of America!

sugar 404: Beautiful building! Right next to the White House as well!

Elisabeth Zulkosky: I was speaking to someone about a trace number asking questions since I had a wrong number for it and in the middle of it she stated I was wrong, needed to contact my bank again and hung up the phone as I was in the middle of a question. Very rude and disappointed since this is a government organization.

Sam Buck: Gorgeous building with so much historical significance right next to The White House!

David Ryan: Beautiful building next to The White House

Urban Traveler: Lovely building just right by the White House

DJ H: I wish that there were tours of the US Treasury. There are tours of many other Federal Government buildings so why not this one? This is a famous building that many people do not realize is on the back of the US $10 bill. This is a very picturesque building. It is conveniently located by the White House in Washington DC.

Aman Mishra: One of the best place to visit in USA 🙂🙂

14. The Ritz-Carlton Georgetown, Washington, D.C.

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The Ritz-Carlton Georgetown, Washington, D.C.
Price/Quality
4.5
Service
4.5
Parking
4.6
Location
4.5
Establishment
4.5

Address: 3100 S St NW, Washington, DC 20007

Telephone: (202) 912-4100

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Jessica Leifer: Disappointing. Can hear the highway from the room, and they supposedly didn’t have any other rooms to offer us. Definitely not worth the price. Rooms should be soundproofed better. Mediocre— nice Marriott at best. Probably could have spent $200 less and stayed at a hotel just as nice, and way quieter. The lobby is adorable and homey feeling. Service was great. Location is great.

Alyssa Glorioso: I had the pleasure of working with the director of catering, Liliana Klein, on a gorgeous wedding this past weekend. I was the couple's planner and was thrilled to be able to produce a wedding at Ritz Carlton Georgetown. Throughout the process, Liliana was the consummate professional: warm and welcoming, communicative, addressed any and all questions, followed up after any meetings promptly, and on the day was FANTASTIC to work with. I could tell it was a high priority of Liliana to go above and beyond for the couple in making their wedding weekend a dream experience for them and an effortless celebration for their guests. Would work here for every wedding if I could! Plus, gatherings of 70-90 are my favorite!! Thank you, Liliana and RC staff.

Clarence Reber III: Easily one of the nicest hotels I've stayed at in the US. It was our third different Ritz-Carlton location, and it surpassed the other two in terms of service and feel. Let's start with the negatives: parking garage is on the opposite side of the same block and down a hill. So if you plan to self park, unload your stuff and family first (it was cheap though, so that's a plus). Also, there's plenty signs of wear on the furniture and trims in our suite. But honestly, we didn't care about any of that. We were greeted by three door men who escorted us to seats at the concierge, and then later to our suite. The concierge was extremely welcoming, upgrading our room and offering late checkout without us having to say a thing. The complimentary glasses of champagne are a really nice touch. The suite was gigantic and I really didn't want to leave. Bed was super comfortable, the tub was awesome, and the shower was huge. The bathroom was also very large with a separate toilet/bidet station. Oh, and the extra powder room was nice. Room service brought breakfast at the exact minute it was requested, and it was really good. Cutest little bottle of hot sauce, too. I understand that I'm glowing about this space largely due to the upgraded suite, and that I'll never get that again, but I seriously cannot wait to visit here again.

Patty Arvielo: I'm sorry but hope that my review helps when making a decision on what hotel to book. This is a 3 star hotel at best, it appears as though it is a Marriott not a Ritz Carlton. For a better choice book the Four Seasons Georgetown. I have an Exec Suite , the furniture is stained and old, the mini bar has absolutely nothing in it. Just not a 5 star hotel.

Alice Greenberg: I absolutely loved my stay here! The service was amazing the entire time! I stayed in one of the "Wellness rooms" and really loved being down the hall from the spa as that was my primary reason for staying. If you're not going to the spa I'm not sure it's worth the upgrade but my room was very comfortable. I was advised at check-in that the wellness rooms were closer to construction on a neighboring building but the noise was minimal and didn't bother me at all. The food was expensive but high quality and generously portioned.

Sean C: For a high end hotel, the rooms were old, not well maintained, and very underwhelming. We were super disappointed when we got into our room. It was mediocre at best. It looks like what you would expect at one of the lower end Marriott properties, but not a Ritz. The shower is super small, the toilet is very low to the ground and uncomfortable. The bathtub was dirty, the towels were small, thin and not soft at all. The wallpaper also has stains in a number of places. The lobby of the hotel is nice and the location is good. There are two wings in the hotel and our room was in the West, so I don’t know if this is an older part of the hotel or not, but it could use major renovations for us to want to come back again.

Toni Dzinic: My wife and I had our wedding at the Ritz in their Fahrenheit Ballroom, and what a beautiful night it was! We had ~60 guests and that is about the most people I’d personally recommend for the ballroom. Liliana Klein is the person to talk to when you want to plan a wedding there and she’s such a pleasure to work with. She walked us through everything from day 1. The food was excellent, the preferred vendors were also a joy to work with. Seriously, I’ve never experienced better service at a hotel. If you’re considering having your wedding here, do it! If you’re coming here for a night or two, or just to enjoy some dinner and cocktails, you also won’t regret it. We’ll be back!