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We stayed here for a few nights. It's not too far from the Dupont Circle metro and you can walk down to the White House and other sites if you don't mind the walk. It has quite tired décor and could do with the cobwebs...More
You would be SHOCKED to know this boutique hotel is owned by Embassy Suite Corp. There is a sister boutique hotel down the street called the Embassy that is a better choice. In this hotel there is no elevator. You may be on the fourth...More
What can I say, good hotel and a rather cheap price.
I felt the service and attention to detail were on par with the star rating.
Quite impressed with the rooms.
I would certainly stay here again if passing through.
Clean and convenient. Not large, but served it's purpose. Reasonable rate in good part of town. Great for a short stay. Would stay again if I had the need. Bed was very comfortable. Very quiet. Coffee/ tea in lobbym
My first impression was not good, but the place grew on me. It's old and worn, but clean. My room was tiny, only about 18 inches of room on each side of the bed.
It's in an excellent location - within a few blocks of...More
US$82 - US$522 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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You can park on the street during the weekend. During the street there is a 2 hour limit. Out here are parking lots around that allow overnight parking. I recently recommend googling parking lots in the area to research... More
You can park on the street during the weekend. During the street there is a 2 hour limit. Out here are parking lots around that allow overnight parking. I recently recommend googling parking lots in the area to research parking fees. I parked for two overnights on 16th and P street and paid $70 this past weekend.