We had a great stay at this well look dated hotel. The rooms are small, but who cares! You are out and about all day! The location can't be beat: half a block from the subway, two blocks from the White House , and so forth! Best value!
Traveller from petaluma, CA
Club Quarters is in a prime location in the center of the business district, and two blocks from the White House and key …More
The Mason & Rook has a hip interior, is dog friendly, and conveniently located. Our room, including the marble-floored bathroom, was spacious, and the walk-in shower was huge. I especially appreciated full-sized bottles of shower amenities (rather than those annoying little 1-1/2 use plastic bottles). "The Radiator," the hotel bar and cafe, is small but very comfortable, and we enjoyed relaxing with some specialty cocktails there. (There's also a patio with a fire pit, but on our visit it was too chilly for that.)
I am conservation-conscious and appreciate the motion-sensing lights, but it's a bit disconcerting to suddenly find oneself showering in inky darkness! (Tip: opening the shower door wide will wake the lights back up.) And having a written description of hotel amenities in the room would be nice--it took me a couple of days of searching for my morning caffeine to discover that there was an urn of coffee in the corner of the lobby.
This 10-story hotel with classic elegance is 5 blocks from Dupont Circle galleries and restaurants, and within 2 miles of the …More
Keith was a great host and was super accomodating, letting us drop off our things a bit early so we could get to sightseeing. The location was great! We walked everywhere, though having the close Metro stop was a nice option to have. Breakfast was delicious as well.
Located in Downtown Washington D.C., this bed & breakfast is within 1 mi (2 km) of Walter E. Washington Convention Center …More
Morrison Clark was recommended by my sister-in-law who travels to DC on business. As I approached the hotel on foot in the dark and rain, I was warmly greeted by staff who took my bag up the steps to the lobby. After checking in I was escorted to my room and shown all its features, including a small safe where a laptop or other valuable items could be stored.
Wanting a smaller breakfast than was on the menu, I was able to get poached eggs and an English muffin. The hotel is within walking distance of the National Mall, which is where I spent my two days.
After a long museum day involving several hours on my feet, I came back to my room and was refreshed by a relaxing bath in the soaking tub.
The room was inviting, quiet and comfortable and the staff unfailingly friendly and helpful. A great place to stay in D.C.!
Traveller from Santa Cruz, CA
This inn on the National Register of Historic Places lies 2 blocks from the Washington Convention Center and a mile from the …More
Pocket Guide: Chinatown Downtown Washington D.C. Hotels
Downtown DC is awash with culture. The Smithsonian Institution museum complex flanks the National Mall. The Washington Monument bisects the Mall, just south of the White House. Federal agency headquarters house bureaucrats of varying stripes. Moneyed and powerful lobbyists help create (and quash) laws from K Street. Chinatown and the Washington Convention Center lie east of downtown.