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875 Tenth Street NW, Downtown D.C., Washington, DC, DC 20019, United States of America – Show map
Excellent location – rated 9.5/10! (score from 59 reviews)
Rated by guests after their stay at BridgeStreet at City Center.
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Outdoor Pool (seasonal), Sun Deck
Pool Table, Fitness Center
Private parking is available on site (reservation is needed) and costs USD 25 per day.
24-Hour Front Desk
Non-smoking Rooms, Family Rooms, Elevator, Heating, All Spaces Non-Smoking (public and private)
From 4:00 PM
Until 11:00 AM
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All children are welcome.
There is no capacity for extra beds in the room.
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The location, obviously, in the middle of the new City Center, steps from the Convention Center, steps from the National Portrait Gallery (highly recommend!), surrounded by great restaurants (DGBG!), and all your upscale fashion stores. The apartment was spacious, comfortable, and wonderful for extended stays. You even have your own washer / dryer in there.
If something is missing in a hotel, you call the room service and it gets fixed within minutes. Not so at an apartment, when, as in my case, the duvet was missing on the bed. In the winter, there was just a thin cotton throw on top, thinner than a tower. After a sleepless, cold night it took from the AM until late afternoon for someone to return my many phone calls to their local 8-to-8 office number. Every time I called, I got redirected to someone's cell phone's voicemail, who suggested to call that office number "if it's urgent". Going in circles - great! When he finally returned the call, he first suspected that I hadn't looked properly (how can you not see a comforter? Blaming the customer??), then he suggested someone would come by the next day. More pressing phone calls were needed to get someone drop off the comforter asap - in time for the second night rather than the next morning. Thanks to Julia, who took over from the guy on the phone, the comforter arrived eventually. Everyone was "very sorry" in the end - it's just too bad it took way so long, and time, anxiety, stress weren't needed. I hate to report this here, but when you report a problem, you end up being the problem... Kitchen would benefit from a water boiler if like tea. I didn't see pots or pans. No toiletry items in bathroom except for a soap bar so bring your own.
The apartment is a home from home, everything you want without all of the lassle of a hotel. It's centrally located, near to everthing you want to see and need, and offers good value for money.
The TV sets a too complicated, particularly if you are like me, from abroad and not familiar with US systems. In one room I could only get a Spanish-speaking TV station; in the other, I could only get CNN. TYhis was disappointing - and annoying.
The full kitchen.
No blackout curtains for the windows.
Location is very good Wifi in the room is fast
I informed the reception if it would be possible to leave at 3 pm. They said it was OK. Next day at 2 pm they ordered me to leave AND on my return I found out that they charged me the whole day! The apartment has a good kitchen but it lacks basic things (Eg. I wasn't able to find a pot/pan and there is no washing up liquid). For those with a light sleep, the AC is slightly noisy (and you need it because the flat is rather cold without heating). The groceries store is not close to the apartment, particularly if you arrive at 3am your local time and DC is 20 Celsius degrees colder. The desk for professional work was quite cheap, the chair was loose and creaky. Value for money is horrible.
Central location, Full kitchen
Location, upgraded rooms, great view, parking deck, helpful staff
paying each time to go in and out of the parking deck, comfort of bed
Liked it all . Really added to our enjoyment of our visit to Washington. The staff were extremely helpful and friendly.
New apartment, clean rooms, lots of space, washer/dryer very welcome after two weeks of dirty clothes! Location is very central to two Metro stops only a couple of minutes walk away
-clean and very new facility - complete kitchen and utensils
- not enough blanket and I don't know who to call - the apartment is managed by a call center miles away. - no telephone only wifi
Location convenient to many sites.
Very nice appartment, brand new. Nothing more needed to say.
1 minor pointsof concerne: Privacy during the evening when lights are on inside.
Staying in a flat is much better than staying in a hotel Lots of space Modern Great facilities Great concierge in the daytime
Grumpy concierge in the evening Not the accommodation in the pictures - we expected cafes and shops downstairs
Good location Luxury room
No parking even when we had booked it No staff in the building, just concierge Any problems must be dealt with by phone (awful) No cleaning in the room Checkout too early Not value for money Cannot pay by cash
Excellent location, close by Washington DC Museums and attractions. Size of the room was comfortable
I was unable to access the Internet from my room
Location near city center
Room was supposed to have king bed and sleep 3. Pictures led me to believe it had a pull out sofa. When we arrived at agreed time, room was not ready and we had to wait an hour in the lobby before seeing the room. Once we were finally allowed in the room, it had 2 twin beds and no sleeper sofa. Room did not look anything like the pictures on line. We ended up staying in a motel room which accomodated the 3 of us. Staff has refused to issue refund or let us out of the room obligation, which is adding to the disatrous experience. My advice, stay away from BridgeStreet. They are misleading and staff is not customer service friendly.
Great value for money. Excellent location. Easy quick check in.
Apartment was very clean and modern and in a very good location - easy to get to the Metro, short walk to good restaurants, etc.
We booked the apartment through booking.com and were very clear up front that there were 3 of us - two adults and our teenage daughter - and that we needed adequate beds for 3 people. On arrival at "Apartments at City Center" (no sign of "Bridge Street" which created confusion for the cab driver and us), the person at the front desk said he didn't have keys for an apartment under our name but he did have an envelope with someone else's name on it. He kept asking if we were that name, and we kept saying no. He was very nice and trying to be helpful, but it became apparent that he worked for the apartment building, not Bridge Street, and was confused by the lack of keys. After a long day of travelling, we had to sit in the lobby to wait for this to be sorted out and for awhile it looked like we didn't have an apartment. We were eventually given the keys to the apartment that was under someone else's name and were able to get in. After entering the apartment, we discovered that the sofa in the living room did not fold out, so our daughter had no real bed. We were too tired and hungry to fuss, so we went out for dinner, then returned around 9 PM to find out that there also wasn't adequate bedding for the sofa - no extra pillows or blankets. We called the front desk who said they couldn't do anything about it and gave us a number for Bridge City. My husband called and got some central number (not local) and we were told nothing could be done about it that evening, no one was available at that hour. It was 9:15 PM. We gave our daughter a couple of our pillows and our comforter, and we slept with only a sheet that night. The next day, while we were out, a queen-sized inflatable mattress (already inflated and leaning against a wall) and a blanket were left in the apartment for us. Okay, we got a bed and some bedding, but the mattress took up the entire living area.
Just about everything. Beautiful apartment, great location - we could walk to the National Mall and many museums. Plenty of restaurants within walking distance. Great staff - friendly, helpful, polite. Loved the pool and the gym. Would definitely come back!
Hard to answer, but perhaps would be nice to have some towels at the pool for guests. The concierge should probably have some local maps and info. for guests who are there for sightseeing, etc. We went across to the Hyatt to get those things.
Very nice place.
Personnel were very helpful.
Elevator was not working properly but was quickly fixed.
Microwave and dishwasher not practical for tourist
I really like it!
Just a little expansive
Excellent location and very comfortable accomodation and is spacious
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