Although under renovation, I found service to be quite good with hotel staff welcoming. Parking garage was under the hotel and the price was reasonable. Construction workers were also nice and helpful. Once renovations are done, it should be easier to navigate. The room was clean and large with a great shower. Increased elevators will ease the burden also. I would return to this location in future visits.
Traveller from Barboursville, WV
Located on the Red Line of the Bethesda Metro, this 12-story hotel shares Metro Center space with offices, shops, and …More
It was very nice and the location was perfect! There was a terrible smell in the hallways at times but the room was pretty fresh. The staff was helpful in making sure you were aware of all the amenities they had such as shuttle service and free popcorn and drinks!
Traveller from US
Within walking distance of a metro station leading to downtown Washington, D.C. and moments from area attractions, the …More
Generally everything was fine with this hotel, but there are a few things that really matter: it has to be clean, the bed has to be comfortable, the rooms have to be quiet, the air conditioning working, good water pressure, and a good hairdryer! They met every expectation except they had the most ridiculous hair dryer…if you have long hair, bring your own!!! They have old travel size ones!!! That was my lasting impression as I checked out with wet hair!!
Located in the heart of Bethesda, this aparthotel is within a 15-minute walk of Consumer Product Safety Commission and …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.