Overall, pretty nice hotel; it was in the center between where my boyfriend and I wanted to go. The vending machine on our floor and the floor below were out of water and Sprite, at least our first night. The tub didn't seem very clean when we first got there. The room temp was hard to manage; the first night it took forever to warm up, then was extremely hot. Trying to find a manageable temp, that would blow out warm air proved a little difficult (i.e. 75 was cold air, despite that we had the heat on). The TV did not work well with an HDMI cord. With that being said, the check in/out process was both easy and quick. The hotel staff seemed pretty nice. The king size bed was extremely nice. Overall it was a nice experience.
Hotel is very nice, but I waited an hour at the metro station for the hotel shuttle bus. I called the hotel twice to ascertain the shuttle's whereabouts, but the shuttle's location remained a mystery. Perhaps it was someone's dinner break? I would have walked, it isn't that far, but this was shortly after the big snow storm.
This hotel is OK, although it isn't a perfect place to sleep in the morning. As of Jan 2016 there is some minor construction work still going on at a nearby building on the south side of the hotel, complete with the sound of trucks backing up in the morning, but I couldn't hear it on the north side.
stayed here for giants/redskins game and the hotel is close distance to fedex field! check in was super fast which was great, the bed was really comfy and the room was overall quiet - didnt here any ppl in rooms next to us however whenever they flushed the toilet we could hear the water run in our room which was a lil annoying. another review commented about water pressure in the shower, it is a little low but u never run out of hot water so its not a big deal! free shuttle to the metro was great even though its close to the hotel saved us from driving. we had breakfast at the bistro and it was really good. the staff was always happy, smiling and very friendly!!! i wasnt aware our rate included free breakfast so we paid for it and upon check out the clerk informed us of this and they refunded what we paid for breakfast. def recommend this hotel and we would stay here again for sure!!
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.