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Hilton Club The District Washington D.C., 0.6 mi from The Capitol. Free WiFi and a daily free breakfast are provided. All air-conditioned suites at Hilton Club The District Washington D.C. Centrally located, a few minutes walk to main streets yet the hotel was quiet. If back in D.
Located in Washington, D.C.’s West End, this hotel features on-site fine dining and a relaxing spa room. The Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts is 0.6 mi away. wonderful night here. everything is so good
This hotel in the heart of Washington, D.C. is just a 5-minute walk from the White House and the George Washington University campus. Facilities include an indoor pool and free Wi-Fi. Room was upgraded from 1 single double bed to 2 for no cost.
On the George Washington University campus, this Marriott hotel is steps from Washington, D.C. sights like the White House, Vietnam Veteran’s Memorial and more. The hotel has free Wi-Fi. The location was excellent. We walked everywhere.
The Washington Marriott Georgetown is within 1 mi of both Dupont Circle and Georgetown University. It offers rooms with LCD TVs and cable with premium movie channels. Location was great!, friendly staff. highly recommended if you are visiting your first time.
Offering a free airport shuttle, this upscale hotel in Arlington overlooks the Washington, D.C monuments and is one mile to Arlington National Cemetery. Very clean and spacious room. Lovely, soft bed and linen.
Located near Dupont Circle, minutes from Washington, D.C.'s most famous sites, this all-suite hotel features an indoor pool and on-site fitness center. The Embassy Suites by Hilton Washington D.C. it is near our office, so that was what really mattered.
Featuring free WiFi throughout the property, The Avery Georgetown is set in Washington, 2297 feet from The Capitol. Rooms are equipped with a flat-screen TV with satellite channels. Comfortable small non-chain hotel with helpful, pleasant staff
Four Seasons Washington DC is located 1.2 mi from the White House and 2638 feet from the Foggy Bottom Metro Station. Access to standard WiFi is complimentary. Service, location, fitness facility, pool.
Located just 1837 feet from the Foggy Bottom-GWU Metro station, The Fairmont Washington DC offers accommodations in the West End area of Washington, D.C. it’s in a great location and well maintained . Food is excellent.
Located in the historic Georgetown, The Ritz-Carlton Georgetown, Washington, D.C. offers two on-site restaurants, a full-service fitness center and spa for guests. the bed and pillows. the Nespresso machine at the room. the cleaning kits at the bathroom
This all-suite Washington, D.C. hotel is just a 4-minute walk from Foggy Bottom Metro Station. The River Inn features an on-site restaurant, fitness center and accommodations with a kitchenette. Location, Clean, space, most importantly staff are super nice!
Hotel Hive is the first micro hotel in D.C. with 125 to 250 square feet hives. Featuring free WiFi, this property offers pet-friendly accommodations in Washington. staff, decoration which made the place really cozy, comfortable bed, pizzas!!!!
Located in Washington, D.C, the State Plaza Hotel offers complimentary Wi-Fi to all guests. The hotel is 1640 feet from the George Washington University and 2625 feet from the World Bank. Hotel was good, excellent location, really clean.
AC Hotel Washington DC Downtown has a restaurant, fitness center, a bar and shared lounge in Washington, D.C.. With free WiFi, this 4-star hotel offers a 24-hour front desk and a business center. Staff was great and responsive, and Endi, the door man was amazing!!
Located in Georgetown, this Washington, D.C., hotel offers free WiFi and rooms equipped with a flat-screen TV that include premium cable channels. The location was perfect, it was near all main attractions.
The iconic statue of the world famous photograph by Joe Rosenthal, taken during the invasion of Iwo Jima island during World War II; it is the visual essence of the Marine Corps and of every past, present and future Marine. Get off the bus, take time to walk around the monument and view it from every angle. Think about what it took to land on that beach under heavy Japanese fire, fight your way over that beach and up Mt. Suribachi and to eventually raises the American flag from the hugest peak where every Americans on he Island and on ships just off shore could see, and what that meant to every one of them, despite the fact there would be 23 more days of heavy fighting ahead before the Island was completely secured. A great way to enjoy the monument in the summer on a Wednesday evening is to take in one of the free Sunset Parades and concerts offered by the U.S. Marine Corps Silent Drill Team and the Commandant’s Own Drum and Bugle Corps.
We are a Military Family and we were very impressed at the displays throughout the facility. My Dad served in WW2 & Korea. One of the stories he told was about how cold he was in Korea. I felt that cold as I approached that display. Thank you for all the care in your exhibits.