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|"Friendly staff and excellent room."||(in 101 reviews)|
|"It's truly a fantastic location"||(in 52 reviews)|
|"Comfortable room and clean room."||(in 75 reviews)|
|"Homeless people begging at front door"||(in 5 reviews)|
|"The parking is very expensive!"||(in 53 reviews)|
|"The breakfast was horrible ."||(in 21 reviews)|
|staff was friendly||in 229 reviews|
|room was clean||in 172 reviews|
|location is great||in 152 reviews|
|close to the metro||in 139 reviews|
|valet parking||in 128 reviews|
|great hotel||in 108 reviews|
|parking cost||in 85 reviews|
|free breakfast||in 76 reviews|
|union station||in 52 reviews|
|nice but the food||in 32 reviews|
|homeless people||in 29 reviews|
|bistro||in 13 reviews|
|walking distance||in 11 reviews|
|places to eat||in 6 reviews|
|noma||in 4 reviews|
The desk clerk
Not worth money
The metro was next door
Valet was too slow and expensive, bums out front 7/11, nothing to eat in area
Great Location, Not So Great Location
Unbelievably close to the NoMa/Gallaudet stop on the Metro Red Line. About 30 seconds from hotel doors to metro station doors. All of the staff I interacted with were quite nice. The food at the Bistro is avergae - like it is at every Courtyard. All of the Bistro staff were super friendly and attentive. I was in the "Executive Suite," which is really just a corner room. It had an impressive amount of windows - at least 40' in length. Though really your only choice of views are the train tracks, a street or the ATF building. Other than the weird smell in the room, it was clean. The housekeeper I interacted with was nice and she did a pretty thorough job, in my opinion, for a regular daily cleaning. The TVs were probably bought back in 2006, it looks like - pretty behind the times - if that matters to you.
My room had a less-than-favorable odor. The windows aren't exactly soundproof, so you can hear enough train sounds to jar you awake if you're a light sleeper. They supply you with earplugs, so they know their windows don't cut it. Also, you can hear a homeless person yelling at others from time to time. The location is super convenient if you want to be close to the Metro. Even though it's just a 30 second walk, you are absolutely guaranteed to get harassed by a homeless person. The 7-11 that's part of the same building is convenient, but there is ALWAYS a homeless person harassing you on the way in and out at the door. There were more than a few "interesting" characters staying at the hotel which made it a little less desireable. I was traveling solo for business and it fit the bill - though if it didn't have the proximity to the Metro station, I would not stay there. I would not bring my family to this hotel - I would not feel comfortable with them walking to the Metro station without accompanying them. It's a hotel where you have to use your room key in the elevator to get to your floor, if that helps with understanding what I'm trying to show here.
Good, clean hotel
Positives: clean room, nice amenities, friendly staff, excellent location (walking distance to Union Station, shops, grocery store etc.). Great value for money.
We requested a room with a view and were given a room on the 7th floor, which was nice, except we were facing northeast and there wasn't much too see. It's a trifling issue and didn't affect our stay at all; we still had a great time. Also some minor noise from the trains and roads, but anyone used to city noise won't be too bothered.
Location close to metro and amtrak station. Bristo had good food and was open late. Hotel staff were friendly.
Pool was a little hot.
Close to Metro. Staff was friendly.
Closet had moldy smell. Sofa bed mattress was stained. Loud, next to metro. Bad neighborhood, don't go out at night. I would not stay here again.
Valets very helpful and personable Location to train both a positive and negative Fitness center nice.
Very uncomfortable pillows
Came in on an early flight and unexpectedly, our room was ready by 11am. Also, asked for a room with a view. Again to our pleasant surprise, we were accommodated with a fourth floor corner room with a great view. Another huge plus for this hotel is the location to the NoMa metro. Made for easy travel throughout DC. Plenty of fast/casual restaurants within walking distance (Moes, DD, Perfect Pita, cafes and more). Only slight minus is the lack of sit down restaurants , but the close proximity to the metro easily makes up for this. Overall, fantastic stay at an affordable price.
Metro proximity Fast casual food options Room/staff
The Courtyard Washington, DC/U.S. Capitol offers guests to stay in the heart of the nation’s capital and provides access to numerous iconic attractions. The Capital, Smithsonian, Washington Monument, National Air and Space Museum, and National Mall are located within 2 to 4 miles for sight-seeing travelers to explore. The premier hotel is conveniently located on the Metro red line, and is one stop from Union Station.
Offering spacious suites with city views, a wet bar, adjoining rooms, and options for extended stay, the Courtyard Washington provides plush bedding, sofa beds, Wi-Fi, flat screen tv’s, and has stylish and upgraded comfortable rooms. It provides suites with a coffee pot, tea, a mini fridge, and complimentary bath products. Other amenities include a fitness center with weights and cardio equipment, an indoor pool, and laundry facilities. Within the lobby area is a GoBoard, with a touch screen display panel is provided for up to date weather, news, listing of restaurants, and areas of interest. For the business traveler, all rooms have large work desks, and media pods, a business center, and a library are located within the hotel.
For dining options, The Bistro offers refreshing breakfast choices and dinner in the evening within its casual atmosphere. Guests can get a cocktail at its lobby bar after a day of sightseeing or a long day of work. The Marley, an on-site convenience store, provides quick snacks, drinks, and personal items and is open 24 hours a day. Union Market is a short .3 miles away for those looking for gourmet food. Many restaurants are located within a short distance of this city center.
Courtyard Washington hosts meetings, social events, group travel, and weddings. Whether for personal or business travel, it is a perfect choice to stay within the heart of the nation’s capital.
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Guests with existing Courtyard Washington, DC/U.S. Capitol reservations for any future arrival date, including reservations with pre-paid rates, can make full changes or cancellations without a charge up to 24 hours prior to arrival, as long as the change or cancellation is made by 30 June 2020. For guests making new reservations at Courtyard Washington, DC/U.S. Capitol for any future arrival date, including reservations with pre-paid rates, between today and 30 June 2020, reservations may be changed or cancelled at no charge up to 24 hours before your scheduled arrival date. For more information, visit the Mariott Response to COVID-19 page.
Courtyard Washington, DC/U.S. Capitol is located at 1325 2nd Street Northeast in NoMa, 1.7 miles from the centre of Washington. U.S. Capitol is the closest landmark to Courtyard Washington, DC/U.S. Capitol.
Check-in time is 16:00 and check-out time is 12:00 at Courtyard Washington, DC/U.S. Capitol.
Yes, Courtyard Washington, DC/U.S. Capitol offers free Wi-Fi.
No, Courtyard Washington, DC/U.S. Capitol does not offer free parking.
No, Courtyard Washington, DC/U.S. Capitol does not offer free airport shuttle service.
Courtyard Washington, DC/U.S. Capitol is 4.3 miles from Washington Reagan-National.
No, pets are not allowed at Courtyard Washington, DC/U.S. Capitol.
Yes, Courtyard Washington, DC/U.S. Capitol has a pool on-site.