Most of the building was under construction so you pay for the amenities that you do not have access too. Also I think the most disappointing thing was the water barely got hot it was warm at best. And lastly the carpets were really dirty and what things that were updated was done with no pride
Traveller from US
Metro Points Hotel-Washington North is 0.75 miles from the New Carrollton Metro and Amtrak station, whisking visitors to …More
I stayed in this hotel for four nights. It is very nice hotel, big room, comfortable, and clean. The hotel is within walking distance to University of Maryland. Opposite to the hotel, there are Taco Bell, Dennis, and 7-11. Thus easy to buy food. I also walked from this hotel to the nearby subway station taking about 20 mins. Overall, this is a very nice hotel. I will definitely stay there next time when visiting University of Maryland.
Located in the heart of College Park, this hotel is within 1 mi (2 km) of Comcast Center, University of Maryland-College …More
NEED TO HAVE MORE CHANNELS ON THE TV SO I COULD HAVE WATCHED THE FOOD CHANNELS.THE HOTEL WAS GREAT.YOU NEED TO HAVE A PLACE TO GET MORE FOOD AND YOU NEED TO HAVE ROOM SERVICE TO GET AL LEAST SOMETHING TO DRINK IF YOU COULD NOT GET ANY FOOD.
Traveller from US
Situated in Lanham, this hotel is within 9 mi (15 km) of FedEx Field, Greenbelt Park, and College Park Aviation Museum …More
We wanted a room in which to crash after a day of sightseeing. The bed was comfortable, the room was more than roomy. Their breakfast was a bit disappointing--out of orange juice one day, yogurt another day.
Traveller from Denver, CO
Situated in College Park, this motel is within 3 mi (5 km) of Comcast Center, University of Maryland-College Park, and Byrd …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.