Location defines this hotel. It's 15-minute easy stroll (down Pensivania) from White House and the national mall. It's 10-minute walking (up Pensilvania) distance from Georgetown - the colonial style "promenade" district with great choice of
restaurants and shopping.
Metro station is roughly one block away. The commectial stretch of K street starts rouphly with the Washington Circle.
This hotel is steps away from everything, yet rooms look at 2 quiet streets, facing pretty 3-story residential quiet buildings. After day-full of walking - this is a pleasant place to hide away.
Add to that that it's in a very "safe" area and you basically guarantee yourself very cool, emmersive DC experience. I only spent 2 nights in the place, but location anabled me to do and see a lot.
If you are thinking about saving some 20-30.00 per night by staying across the river, think again. This place is only slightly costlier than holiday in across the river, but you really get to use the DC when you stay in places like One Washington Circle.
My daughter is a student at GWU, so this hotel was perfect!! Only one and a half blocks from campus and the Metro made this hotel so convenient. I will definitely make One Washington Circle Hotel my place to stay!
The hospital is nearby, so we had LOUD sirens all night. If you can get past that, though, the hotel is GREAT!
It's a 20-minute brisk walk to the Lincoln Memorial down 23rd street from the hotel. It's a 5-minute walk to the metro, and a
10-minute walk to Georgetown. Great location!
Beautiful, huge, suites! We were able to put our baby in a separate room (kitchen), so he slept well there.
OH! And beware! Parking is valet, and it is $30 per day! We complained, though, and they didn't charge us.
Located in a nice section of Georgetown. We went for a concert, but filled time with some sightseeing. Short walk to the metro - the way to go - quick & inexpensive. The hotel staff was very courteous & helpful. Room was spotless. Bed very
Have a thrifty & tasty breakfast at Jonathan's around the corner on L street. Circle Bistro dinner pricey but delicious. Go between 5 & 7PM for pre-theatre pricing. Would definitely stay there again.
Because the hotel is located in the center of it all and just across the street from the Metro we were able to walk to Georgetown have dinner, hop on the train to U Street and downtown D.C. We also took a shutle to the Kennedy Center for a play
just down the street. The only thing missing was a good city map. Even though this is a large hotel the staff make us feel welcome and took interest in our stay.
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A one day pass on the metro form 9am to 3am will take you all over for just $7.60/pp