The hotel was very clean and the staff was very helpful. I was please with my stay and will most definitely stay there again. It is great quality for the price and it is a short walk away from the Metro stop. I stayed here and was a 5-10 min train ride from DC. Great area and great quality for the price.
Within walking distance of a metro station leading to downtown Washington, D.C. and moments from area attractions, the …More
The hotel is under renovations and you have to enter from the back. The parking directions is horrible and a bit scary.
The staff is pleasant and the room is nice. Dislike not being made aware of the inconvenience the renovation caused because is was very stressful for me.
No courtesy was extended...none requested
Traveller from Short Pump, Va
Located on the Red Line of the Bethesda Metro, this 12-story hotel shares Metro Center space with offices, shops, and …More
The dinner was very good. The next day, we ordered breakfast from the menu. We waited about 20 minutes for the meal. The eggs were ordered or easy but they were not properly cooked. The egg whites were clear and the yolk was not the proper temperature.
This 11-story DC suburban hotel is four miles from the National Institutes of Health and downtown Bethesda, and 10 miles from …More
This was a pleasant stay and I have no complaints. Staff good and rooms comfy and clean. Could not get the hockey Stanley Cup playoffs on tv but they can't have every channel. I did feel like it was a bit pricy for the area.
Traveller from DC (Bethesda)
Situated in the business district, this hotel is within 6 mi (10 km) of Walter Reed National Military Medical Center …More
With the National Institutes of Health and the National Naval Medical Center, healthcare is a major industry in Bethesda. But this Maryland city also has a creative bent. Art galleries, dance studios, and theaters radiate from Wisconsin Avenue, the main artery of the Bethesda Arts & Entertainment District. Sculptures grace many downtown squares.