The issue I had is when the cleaning staff came to work in the morning, they where talking among each other very loud at 6:30 in the morning. Also, I believe they where getting there carts or something out this particular room because every few seconds they was just letting the door slam every time they exit the room. I would stay here again but not in room 312...... just give staff a friendly reminder not everyone is awake at 6:30 am. Thank You!
Easy to find, plenty of parking, about 1 mi from Greenbelt Metro station (shuttle will take you there), 11-person shuttle available- they will drop you off by golf course close to FB stadium on game day.
Several restaurants, grocery store and ikea close by. Could use a little updating, but was clean, comfortable and price was reasonable. They did not have a comp brkfst on Sat. Steakhouse actually pretty good!
The hotel was clean. It needs a renovation. The staff was very nice however when we arrived (exhausted from travel) they sent us to a room that was having construction repairs next to it (at night) so they changed our room to one without 2 beds which we needed. I had to go back down AGAIN for keys for a third room. The hotel staff member did not apologize the second time. She laughed.
All the staff was extremely polite and consistently asked if there was anything more they can do for us. The beds and pillows were extremely comfortable. The convenience of having the shuttle to bring us to the metro was fantastic. Would especially Recommend to anyone who is getting away for a weekend to catch a Redskins game in DC!
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.