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The Dupont Circle Hotel Excellent 8.8 Location is excellent. Facilities, staff and service quality are excellent.
Washington Plaza Hotel Excellent 8.6 I enjoyed every aspect of my stay from the greeting to when I left. The staff were friendly and helpful The wifi was reliable and quick The location was within close proximity to shops and attractions
State Plaza Hotel Excellent 8.8 Very well located to attractions and staff was extrememely friendly
Washington Court Hotel Very good 8.4 location and just a very accommodating and friendly staff
AKA White House Wonderful 9 Good location. Good facilities. Excellent for group of family or long stay.
Georgetown Suites Excellent 8.6 Friendly, efficient staff, lots of living space, excellent location in Georgetown.
Capitol Skyline Good 7.4 Location, location, location!!! Parking as a plus. Four pillows - super...
The River Inn-A Modus Hotel Excellent 8.9 ALL excellent: location, staff, cleanliness. Very beautiful hotel
Hotel Lombardy Excellent 8.7 Receptionist was amazing, it was our honeymoon and she really made a difference, thank you so much :) Room was perfect, location great. Absolute gem!
Days Inn Washington, D.C. Good 7.4 The location and value for money
One Washington Circle-A Modus Hotel Excellent 8.7 Location Friendly, professional staff Cleanliness Amenities- everything was brand new and in good condition Free WiFi which was functioning really well. For the price I paid the quality was really superb.
The George Washington University Inn-A Modus Hotel Excellent 8.7 The large rooms are quiet and comfortable. We needed another table which was furnished to yes with no hassle. Only a block and a half from the Metro and about a mile from the Lincoln Memorial. Several restaurants nearby.
The Hay - Adams Wonderful 9.3 I loved their motto ...and their staff was the epitome of this. We travelled to the Hay's Adams after a long flight and drive down from NY. We were greeted like a returning friend from the moment we arrived. We were checked in promptly with Jared ( unsure If I spelt correctly) from the Netherlands. He was friendly and quick with the check-in. From this moment our stay was amazing, we booked a tour through our wonderful concierge desk, and Eric and his counter parts were amazing. They went above and beyond. They assisted us with booked restaurants, with great recommendations. We also dinned in-room, which was exceptional with promptness and the way the food was presented. This was what you would expect and we were happy. We also dined at the Lafayette and this was a wonderful relaxed Sunday breakfast. Nothing was rushed and we overlooked Lafayette Park. The room was extra-ordinarily comfortable, we left our home for a home away from home. The best part was the bed. I now still have moments where I wished we were back there. Housekeeping would turn on our bose sound system to the cd we would have playing...when they turned down our room at night. Please accept our thanks for such a memorable start to our 5 week family vacation. Jeffrey & Audrey Anderson
Hotel Harrington Good 7.2 Location, close to everything I'm interested
Grand Hyatt Washington Very good 8.1 location, staff, facilities, breakfast - are excellent!

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    Featuring tons of national treasures, Washington DC is the US capital and home to the world’s most iconic presidential building – The White House. Most visitors start at the National Mall, a huge park stretching from the Potomac River to the Capitol Building. It also encompasses the Washington Monument obelisk and the Lincoln Memorial Reflecting Pool, of particular significance in US civil rights, commemorated by the latest addition - the Martin Luther King Memorial.

    Also here are 11 of the city’s 17 incredible Smithsonian museums, including the unmissable National Museum of American History.

    If all this gets too much, wander around Georgetown’s Colonial buildings and take a break in one of the student cafés. Many world cuisines are represented in Washington DC and the city also has its fair share of live music venues, with a surprisingly good jazz scene. The National Symphony Orchestra is based here and the Kennedy Center hosts a range of productions.

    DC’s planning policy means there are no skyscrapers, so if you fly into Washingon Dulles Airport over the city, you see its white buildings standing proud. The city is also served by Baltimore-Washington Thurgood Marshall Airport and Washington National Airport. All are quite a way out, so leave plenty of time to get there from your hotel, apartment or guesthouse booked through

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    • Extremely comfortable beds and pillows! Shuttle was convenient & driver was nice. Loved the indoor pool & hottub. The parking is a lot cheaper than most hotels in area. $17 + tax.

    • The hotel is well located near Union Station, which provides many casual dining options. It is right across the street from the Hyatt Regency, where my meetings were, but was somewhat cheaper. The hotel provides free kits for yoga, walking, and wine tasting, including an iPod with prerecorded walks of the area.

    • The location of this hotel is very nice. It is in a safe area of Washington. Has great options to eat. Very close to National Mall by bus or car. We used the bus service by the side of hotel and it was nice and cheap way to commute. In the summer, they have a nice patio, where they serve drinks. It is a nice place to hangout.

    • We stayed in a room on the ground floor. It was very simple, a little worn and cold (in late March), but clean. We hardly were in the room so it was fine for our needs. I liked the shared kitchen facilities, especially for a quick and cheap breakfast. I did not meet the hostess, but spoke to her on the phone a couple times and she was quite helpful. It was an easy walk to the Metro and in a residential, rather than hotel area. I would stay there again, but would try for a room on the second or third floor.

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