We've stay at the Fairfax because it feels like home...safe, comfortable, reliable, enjoyable. Furnishings go with our older age, and people are great. It's reasonable for the D.C. Dupont Circle area, and always a place we look forward to. Beds great. Shower is fine. Products excellent. Service A-1.
Traveller from Quincy IL
This Washington, DC luxury hotel is in a shopping district, 2 blocks from Dupont Circle, 4 blocks from Georgetown, and 1 mile …More
Nice hotel, but shuttle service is very undependable and tardy. Drivers don't apologize for their tardiness, and hotel staff doesn't either. When you advertise that you are very close to the Metro stop (which is true) and tell your guest that you will pick them up in 10 minutes, arriving in 40 minutes without explanation is unacceptable. In addition, when you have scheduled departure times from hotel, you should not leave 15 minutes later than your scheduled departure time. Very disappointing!
Traveller from Texas
Metro Points Hotel-Washington North is 0.75 miles from the New Carrollton Metro and Amtrak station, whisking visitors to …More
Hotel was old but room was clean and bed was comfortable. Bathroom was clean and had complimentary toiletries.
Room had a small fridge, microwave and coffee maker so it was really all I needed.
Breakfast was the continental type but was plentiful and fresh.
For the price it had what you needed, was close to some restaurants and had a free shuttle to the metro
This motel is 0.7 mile from Arlington National Cemetery and about 3 miles from Washington, DC attractions, including the …More
I chose this hotel because it was close to the metro line to get to downtown dc. It is about a 20-30 minute commute into town. The stay was nice. Breakfast buffet was good with lots of options. No complaints about service. Overall a good value compared to some of the places closer in to DC.
Traveller from Washington state
Located amid office buildings in Silver Spring's business district, this inside-the-Beltway hotel is two blocks from a Metro …More
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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.