We arrived at the reception at 3 am after our long long drive from Chicago to DC on July 4th weekend. I asked the receptionist Marcos if I had to pay or they had already receieved the payment. He told that the payment was deducted and we were all set, he said he did not even know from where we had booked and what we had paid.
Next, we just asked him if breakfast was included on our booking, so that we could plan to wake up accordingly. To that he sarcastically said it is never included in that PRICE. Now that's a sarcastic unwelcoming receptionist that you don't want to run into when you are tired as hell.
Traveller from Austin, TX
This distinctive octagonal high-rise is 2 miles from the 2 major Tysons Corner malls, with 300 stores, restaurants, and …More
Very nice hotel right in the area we needed to be. Great location for 2 metro stations. The staff was excellent. A few minor things in the room were worn, but it was a very nice. Bedding and pillows were very comfortable. The staff were great with suggestions.
Hotel Lombardy on Pennsylvania Avenue provides intimate respite from the hustle and bustle outside its doors. This 1929 …More
It is a nice luxury hotel. It is not too far off the beaten path and an easy walk to the Georgetown waterfront. The hotel restaurant is good, and the views from the rooftop bar are impressive. Overall it is a good value for the price.
Located in Foggy Bottom, this luxury hotel is within a 15-minute walk of George Washington University and Georgetown …More
My grandson and I wanted to visit DC. We were happy with everything we got to see. It was a little too far to walk to the mall from the hotel and had to spend a lot of money on taxi's. The food in the resteruant was kind of over priced. It was very good but need more to choose from. Menu never changes.
Traveller from Tenn.
Ideally located on Thomas Circle, near Massachusetts Avenue in the heart of Washington DC, this Kennedy-era hotel is 0.3 …More
Hotels located five blocks from metro. Nice area to walk, plenty of stores, plenty of restaurants, and plenty of drinking establishments. The whole hotel stay was excellent the only thing is that the couch in the room was a little bit awkward. But overall I will return and highly recommended.
Once a luxury apartment building, this historic hotel in the Washington, DC's Dupont Circle neighborhood is within 4 blocks …More
We enjoyed our stay at the Kimpton Carlyle. The room was clean, comfortable, and spacious. The staff went above and beyond to ensure our stay In DC went well and gave excellent advice on places to eat, park, and visit.
Kimpton Carlyle Hotel Dupont Circle is in Washington, DC’s city center, a 9-minute stroll from historic Dupont Circle. Guests …More
Only one thing to point out about the hotel that take away from a top rating. The food served in their restaurant is good but the amount of food for the money spent is not worth sitting down for. I had the fish and chips and the meal cost I think about $18. The amount of fish was about $3 or $4 and then about $2 worth of fries. My friend had a chicken dish with the same result. Way overpriced food for the amount you get. serving it like a 4 star restaurant does not mean you should charge the same for something clearly not worth the money. Also it was $3 or $4 for a coke (not a mixed drink) I could have bough next door at CVS $4 for a 6 pack.
Traveller from Fall River MA
Nestled on a tree-lined street across from the State Department, the all-suites State Plaza Hotel is midway between the White …More
Tysons Corner is all business when it comes to shopping. This area features more than 400 retailers in two shopping centers: the Tysons Corner Center and the Tysons Galleria. Already one of the nation’s largest business districts, Tysons Corner is poised to grow as more office buildings, retail space, and homes will be built over the next decade.