The rooms, the staff and the overall ambience were excellent. My only complaint was with the dining venues and hours. Buffet breakfast served until 10:30 AM, but could not get a cup of coffee after dining room closed. Dinner served in lounge, which is cozy and clubby, but not great for dinner.
Great location in a quiet neighborhood north of DuPont Circle. Quaint hotel. Very reasonably priced. Not fancy and rooms are not large but clean with nice decor and comfy beds. Lots of nice restaurants,etc within easy walking distance on Connecticut Ave. Will definitely be back.
Stayed over the weekend. Staff was great, took care of us all weekend. Room was nice.
Standard complaint I have with ALL hotels, the network is important to guests. ALL should have better networks for guests.
Staff was lovely. Love the art and the bar and restaurant. And I love that it's pet friendly. Beautiful neighborhood, and a charming dog park is located on the corner of S and New Hampshire. Just perfect
although the Hotel is nicely locate near all attractions and with easy access... I have to admit the think that we hate the most about the Hotel is the bed and the bedroom.
The beds felt like 100 elephants have been sleeping on them or perhaps mattress never change since the 70's. CI know this may seem a little bit too much to was extremely important o us when you spent the entire day walking around DC. A Hotel bed MUST always be the most comfortable must have in a room.
Mid-rises and mansions grace the leafy streets of Dupont Circle, where independent cafes and shops thrive. With a number of gay bars and businesses, this area is DC’s main gay neighborhood. Foreign flags fly high on Embassy Row, the stretch of Massachusetts Avenue from the Circle to the National Zoo and National Cathedral. At night, locals head north to Adams Morgan for drinks and live music.