Each year My travels lead me to the D.D. area during the Thanksgiving weekend and I stay at this hotel. I find the accommodations very affordable and the atmosphere very pleasant. This year I was given the perk of free parking which helped me to
save money. I was, however, somewhat disappointed that they removed the vending machines which meant that I had to travel for refreshments. Overall I enjoyed my stay and plan on staying there again next year
Hotel features (5 = best, 1 = worst):
Try to get a room with a view of the capital Building
The room was clean and adequate and the location an easy cab ride to the Capitol. It could use a facelift and amenities were lacking. No coffee in room. I thought breakfast was included and did not see a sign to the contrary. No menus on the
table. I had only a cup of coffee and a slice of fruit bread though eggs, cold cuts, cheese, waffles, cereal, fruit, etc. was available. As I left the dining area a lady accosted me for $12. Your choice was 42 for a cup of coffee or $12 for the buffet, no matter how much you ate.
A last minute booking turned out pretty well. I try to stay at hotels with know names or chain. But this was off the key. I would stay here again and recommend it too. Staff polite, responsive customer friendly and needs to be commended. Great
place! Restaurant within.
Room was stinking, there was mosquitoes. Manager brought some spray from CVS and the mosquitoes were controlled.The breakfast was over priced, Rude staff at breakfast. Overcharged service fee. The staff at breakfast area over charged and then
argued rudely. Will never go back.
The location is good where the hotel is within walking distance to National Mall (about 15 to 20 min). The bathtub was not clean and drain was pretty bad. Although they offer a free WiFi, I could not get the signal at the room. The mattress was