Staff was great
Hotel was nice
Breakfast was great
The area was a little more urban than i am used to.... (liquor stores and pawn shops)
Could have felt uncomfortable because i am not familiar with the area
Traveller from mt washington ky
Metro Points Hotel-Washington North is 0.75 miles from the New Carrollton Metro and Amtrak station, whisking visitors to …More
Stayed here overnight on our way from NYC to DC. Staff was wonderful & accomodating. Beds were clean & comfortable. Breakfast was wonderful. Only downfall was the cleanliness of the bathroom. Urine on the toilet & hair in the shower. As soon as we notified the front desk, they wanted to change our room & gave our family free breakfasts for the next morning.
Traveller from Ky
This Greenbelt hotel is 3 miles from Greenbelt Park. Lake Artemesia is 4.5 miles away, while College Park Aviation Museum is …More
We were on a trip to DC for the cherry blossoms. They peaked before we arrived.
My granddaughter was going to be purposed to this weekend.
The hotel offered a shuttle to the train station that took us right into DC. This was a wonderful amenity.
We were pretty tired by the end of the day and the bed was very comfortable. Great nights sleep.
Traveller from Williamsport Pa
Situated in the suburbs, this hotel is 2.7 mi (4.4 km) from Prince Georges Hospital Center and within 6 mi (10 km) of …More
My husband and I are presently surprised at how clean the hotel was we really enjoyed our stay. There is free Wi-Fi but it didn't work. There's a restaurant in the lobby of the hotel and the is located in a place that's convenient to get pretty much anywhere. When in the area we will stay there again.
Situated in Lanham, this hotel is 2.3 mi (3.8 km) from Goddard Visitor Center and within 6 mi (10 km) of Spacecraft Magnetic …More
As its name suggests, College Park is a college town. Many locals are affiliated with the University of Maryland, a colonial, red-brick campus set amid 1,250 acres of rolling greenery. Nearby, the College Park Aviation Museum operates on the grounds where Wilbur Wright taught military aviation. The National Archives’ local research facility contains Richard Nixon’s presidential materials.