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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. Beautiful hotel and great checkin
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. Best hotel around this area, friendly people
Offering a fitness center and indoor pool, Hyatt Place Washington DC/Georgetown/West End is located in Washington in the District of Columbia Region. Guests can enjoy the on-site restaurant. The room was really spacious, great views and a really really comfy bed.
Featuring a fitness center, Hyatt Place Arlington Courthouse is set in Arlington. The property features a shared lounge, as well as a bar. Free WiFi is included. the breakfast was limited .choices for vegetarians is limited
The District by Hilton Club is located in Washington, D.C., 0.6 mi from The Capitol. Free WiFi and a daily free breakfast are provided. Front desk staff went above and beyond to create a handmade card for my son and sent it up to our...
Featuring free WiFi throughout the property, The Avery Georgetown is set in Washington, 2297 feet from The Capitol. Guests can enjoy the on-site bar. Charming b&b, beautiful and spacious rooms, very much attention to detail.
Located along the banks of the Potomac River in Washington, D.C., the historic Watergate Hotel offers luxurious rooms with private balconies and views of the river. The facilities are great and the staff are very nice and well mannered!
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. We just loved it, conveniently located and the rooms are very clean
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. During Covid19 they done more than I paid for you, amazing staff and amzing hotel
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. The hotel is beautiful, great location, the staff friendly and helpful, the beds were comfortable,...
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. Location is just great being 10min walk from Lincoln memorial.
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. Their prompt response to accommodate my requests.
This hotel is 1 mi from Arlington and within a 5-minute walk of Courthouse Train Station, with access to Washington DC. The hotel offers suites with a fully equipped kitchen. The location, staff, Tuesday happy hour and breakfast
Just 15 minutes’ walk from Lincoln Memorial, this Washington, D.C. hotel offers a full kitchen in each suite. Free WiFi is provided throughout the hotel. The Metro rail is just steps away. Location and staff and the the free breakfast!
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. Excellent location, close to the metro. Walk to Lincoln memorial about 1 km.
The Georgetown Inn is located 2641 feet from the Georgetown Waterfront Park and within 3.1 mi from some of the DC attractions. The John F. Great location and comfortable room
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.
My husband is a former Marine, so this was very special to him. You leave the cemetery, cross a street, go up a hill and walk a couple blocks to the memorial. A fellow Marine pushed my husband in his wheelchair up that hill. It was so appreciated.