The staff were very friendly and helpful. Room was very clean and cozy. The bathroom was clean and the bed sheets were comfy. Within walking distance from all the museums, memorials, tourist sights. And close to all of downtown D.C. Restaurants. I would definitely book again!
Ideally located on Thomas Circle, near Massachusetts Avenue in the heart of Washington DC, this Kennedy-era hotel is 0.3 …More
I've stayed at Kimptons before & was disappointed. Staff were of average friendliness. First floor smelled like mold & fish. Tries bar once, but staff unfriendly. Room service meals were greasy & no "extra touches" like ketchup, condiments.
The absolute perk was meeting Warren, chief of security at night and a contractor. He took Our group around the hotel, showing us historical details & sharing stories. We was top notch!!!
Traveller from NC
This National Historic Landmark hotel, within 1 block of the Verizon Center and Penn Quarter, is across the street from the …More
Friendly check in staff, Lobby a bit tired looking but well set up for socializing around complimentary daily happy hour and am coffee.
Rooms nice, not luxurious but very well equipped. Leopard print terry bathrobes !!
Would return for the atmosphere
Traveller from Montreal
Kimpton Donovan Hotel is situated on historic Thomas Circle in the old city of Washington, DC. The White House is within a mile.More
Hotel is located in walking distance of many attractions. Uber rides are less than 10.00. Walking distance to monuments and White House. Located close to restaurants and stores. Staff is extremely knowledgeable and helpful. Bed was extremely comfortable.
Traveller from Tampa, FL
Offering extra-spacious suites, this hotel is located on the edge of the historic Foggy Bottom neighborhood, just 6 blocks …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.