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Conrad Washington DC is located in downtown Washington DC. The property is located 2 blocks from Washington Convention Center, Capital One Arena, and two main metro stops, Metro Center and Gallery... The food was great, the location was also very good and close to most of the attractions , but the...
Located less than 3.1 mi away from Georgetown and Capitol Hill, Hyatt Place Washington DC/White House features a rooftop bar with views of the city and a 24-hour fitness center. The location was awesome. Right in the heart. Staff were amazing to include the valet parking.
Grand Hyatt in Washington D.C. is just 656 feet from the Metro Center station of the Washington D.C. Metro system. Free WiFi is available throughout the property. Everything good for the price.
In the heart of Washington, D.C. city center, this historic hotel has an on-site restaurant and bar and a 24-hour front desk. Great very central location, just a block from the White House, 5 minutes walk from metro stations.
Courtyard by Marriott Washington Downtown/Convention Center has a restaurant, fitness center, a bar and shared lounge in Washington. This hotel was excellent. Everything was high spec and really comfortable.
Residence Inn by Marriott Washington Downtown/Convention Center has a restaurant, fitness center, a bar and shared lounge in Washington. The service was wonderful, the room was more than I was expecting I love the hotel
Canopy By Hilton Washington DC The Wharf features a restaurant, fitness center, a bar and shared lounge in Washington. Everything else was amazing. Beautiful property!
Featuring free WiFi throughout the property, Homewood Suites By Hilton Washington DC Convention Ctr Area offers pet-friendly accommodations in Washington, 1312 feet from Washington Convention Center. The hotel is clean and updated and the free hot breakfast was good.
Located in Penn Quarter, across the street from Gallery Place/Chinatown Metro, Motto by Hilton Washington DC City Center welcomes guests with a restaurant and bar. It was very close (walking distance) to all touristic attractions.
This hotel is conveniently located at the corner of 13th Street and M Street, less than a 10 minute walk from Washington Convention Center and the Verizon Center. It features a fitness center. Clean and comfortable room. Good location. Good service.
Experience warm and friendly Irish charm in the heart of Washington, D.C. at this historic luxury hotel, featuring old-world European elegance combined with all of the modern conveniences. Excellent hotel very close to Amtrak station.
Holiday Inn Express - Washington DC Downtown, an IHG Hotel is offering accommodations in Washington, D.C..
Located on Pennsylvania Avenue and 1581 feet from the White House, this historic luxury hotel. Shops and a private limo service are also offered. Location, staff, breakfast...all wonderful
Featuring a location overlooking the White House, this historic Washington, D.C. hotel offers gourmet on-site dining options and easy access to major attractions. Very pleasant staff, beautiful hotel, very elegant, very comfortable beds
Located on the corner of 12th and K Streets NW in Downtown Washington, Eaton DC is blocks away from shopping, the Metro, and the Smithsonian. The room was a surprise: the decoration was done with care and taste.
Housed in an historic, 19th-century Victorian Mansion, the Morrison Clark Inn is a full service hotel listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Front desk was fast an clean an offer tangible service an this the HOTEL of MY FAVORITE CHOICE
Connected to the Walter E. Washington Convention Center, the Marriott Marquis in Washington, DC features a fitness center and health club. An outdoor terrace offers views of the city center. The room needs a microwave and a recliner chair not really for a couple need more on the bar menu...
This hotel is located along the mile-long pier of The Wharf, featuring restaurants, retail and fun activities on DC’s Potomac River. Luxurious feel and proximity to the Tidal Basin
In a city where access is currency, Washington Marriott at Metro Center ushers you to the front of the line with a sought-after location. Everything is good. Clean, excellent location
Located in the city center of Washington, D.C, this hotel is within 2789 feet of the United States Capitol Building and Union Metro Station. It was in walking distance of the capitol and China town which has TONS of restaurants!
If you plan on being there when it opens, so does everyone else. Security gets backed up and you spend time standing in hot sun on pavement, which takes a toll on your feet, when a lot of walking is already required.
after the 4th july parade , the smithsonian was the only place of sanctuary offering air conditioned room, seats, food and while waiti g for the fireworks one can stay till closi g and this particular day was so hot and humid . thanks smithsonian!!
Not much has changed since I last visited in 1987. The space and science museum needs an upgrade. Showing the same aircrafts that I saw in 1987 during my last visit. No arrangements for hot food in the museum cafeteria. The museums in Washington should learn from their counterparts in the UK on how food is served. Do note it gives extra income to the place and attracts / solves food requirements of a visitor who may not be familiar with the city. Cold sandwiches are not ideal all the time. Also the vegetarian options should be more.
Don't go during school vacation week. The lines should were too long in some places. There were bus loads of kids when we went but they were well behaved. We enjoyed the Museum of American History and National Art Gallery. We had lunch at the cafeteria downstairs which was good. Also, at the expresso bar they have gelato that was really really tasty.
Skip the American Indian Museum, the exhibits were not very interesting. The Museum of African American History is extremely well done, but overwhelming. At over a mile long, the underground exhibit is enormous and had no way to stop in the middle so go early and slowly.
Join a free tour when in any museum. The guides offer a wealth of information. If travelling with kids, ask for a children's guide or audio tour. Plan to stay in one museum for 2 hours, then take a lunch break outside. Add another 2 hours in the afternoon or go on a bike ride to the monuments.