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I wish I could bring the bathroom home with us. Kept amenities (water, coffee, towels, etc.) stocked and staff was very friendly and timely. I would most definitely recommend for young couples and business trips. Not a family hotel (which is one reason my boyfriend and I chose it). It's also directly across from a metro station, which was very convenient because parking's a nightmare in Arlington and D.C. No free wifi and not great reception for Verizon customers. Parking is a bit tight, but it's secure.
Had a great experience. Very courteous and prompt staff. I ended up getting a head cold during my stay and they had cold medicine available for purchase so I didn't have to trek out to the local CVS or Walgreens. Would definitely stay again.
My husband and I stayed here before we left for our honeymoon, and it was a great pick! They gave us complimentary chocolate strawberries and sparkling water as a gift for being newlyweds. We loved it! Nice walking distance to Georgetown, right next to the metro.
Clean, good Location Expensive
Location, comfortable bed, helpful staff. No pool.
The hotel is located very well. It is walking distance to Arlington cemetery or to Georgetown. The hotel is few steps from the subway station Rosslyn. We were very pleased to be available coffee and tea on the room. We recommend very comfortable bed, clean bathroom and helpful staff.
I thought the hotel and rooms were fantastic. I was very comfortable throughout my stay. Booking through Kayak got me a great deal, and it was definitely a steal to stay here. The location was perfect - right next to the Rosslyn metro stop. I was within walking distance of the Arlington Cemetary and Iwo Jima monument. There were several restaurants in the area that catered to a variety of tastes, which was really convenient. The hotel even provided a list of nearby restaurants with estimated travel times. I'd recommend a stay here! When I entered the hotel to check in, I was greeted by two men welcoming guests into the hotel. There was one man at the desk checking in a woman and her two daughters, and I stood in line behind them waiting to be helped. A few minutes later another man walked in and was greeted by the two men at the door; however, this time one of the men walked behind the desk and said he'd be happy to check the newcomer in. Well, what about me? I was standing in line way before him! I decided to let it go because I am not one for causing scenes. Well, a few minutes later it happened again with another new guest - she was also taken before me. Not sure if it was because I look young, wasn't dressed as nicely as these other guests, or was mistaken for one of the woman's daughters, but I should have been helped before the two people who arrived after me. In general, the people at the desk weren't as friendly with me as other (better dressed) guests. I'm a woman in my early 20s and was traveling alone - probably an indicator that I won't spend as much money as older men in business suits or families with children? Also, no free WiFi is a bummer. Things also didn't look as clean as they could have - dusty TV remote, water rings on tables, etc.
We stayed in room 626 and it took many minutes to get hot water in the shower. My wife waited the needed 3-5 minutes. I became impatient and just took a cold shower.
going home everything. prices. amenities.
like the location. staff was good. 25 dollars a day to park. I think if you're paying for a stay in the hotel parking should be included.
The area was a nice part of D.C., it is right next to the metro which is great. Very nice staff. No continental breakfast, but food price wasn't too shabby. Wish there was a pool.
Close to Metro. Surprised by the $27.00 per night to park. No restaurants nearby on a Sunday evening
It is a well situated hotel with a very good restaurant
I arrived late in the evening and they gave me the most incredible, huge, presidential-style suite, with 5 rooms - maybe 1500 sq feet? I could not believe it. Probably sold out all the other cheaper rooms, but it was definitely the best room I've ever had. Unfortunately I only stayed for less than 12 hours, so didn't get to use it as much as I would have liked. Another thing I appreciated was that I got sick and couldn't make my first night reservation and had to cancel within the allotted 24 hr timeframe. But the Ritz Carlton did not charge me for that first night. They waived it. That was very helpful. Their service is 5 star. The only downside to this hotel is that I do not believe it is handicapped friendly. You cannot get from the lobby area to your room without going down stairs. Of course there are porters to carry your luggage, but I wonder if they have some way for people in wheelchairs to get to their rooms?
very comfortable room, very responsive staff, centrally located, quiet.
Easy walk to Rosslyn Metro even for a 5 and 7 year old-easy access to DC. Pool was small to medium size--fine for young kids (shallowest point is 3.5 feet but quickly deepens to 4 feet). Breakfast is served on top (17th) floor...great view across the river to DC. Refrigerator didn't work (well, the light did, but that's about it) so our breakfast food went bad overnight (yea, I know, I should have double-checked it). However, I contacted the front desk and they comped us free breakfast for a family of 4 without any hassle.
The view and the location for the price was unbeatable. Restaurant upstairs was pretty wonderful as well. We had some problems at checkin. One of the staff members tried to downgrade our room to double beds when we had reserved a king. She did compensate us with a breakfast coupon, however. When we got to the room the view was not as good as she had expressed and the beds were small so we went back down and were taken care of by the shift supervisor who not only let us keep our coupon but also found us a room with a higher floor and a king. I guess what bothered me about this was that it was supposed to be a relaxing get away and it began a little stressful.
Everything was awesome. Love the lounge Nothing. Everything on point
Upgraded to a king suite. Loved it. Great view thank you
Free parking, the metro is right across the street so you can get pretty much get anywhere in DC quickly, the rooms were a pretty decent size and very comfy. No microwave, if you end up on the 16th floor....you can hear the restaurant above you. The bathroom was kinda small and the shower was outdated compared to the rest of the room.
Friendly and knowledgeable staff made for a welcoming atmosphere. The bathrooms could stand to be remodeled.
Great location! Right across the street from the Metro Station and an easy wall to Georgetown. Free parking was a plus! $25 check-in charge, no fridge in room as was stated on the website, rooms a bit outdated, no breakfast
Convenient to metro and restaurants Very strong cigarette smoke odor even on nonsmoking floor, and the Vantage Point restaurant was very poor (understaffed, cold food, slow service) for breakfast
It's next to DC, great views, free WIFI, friendly staff, great room service, and really nice clean rooms, can't wait to go back!
The staff was very helpful and polite. I really enjoyed the fact that we were so close to the metro. The room was kind of grungy. The sink overflowed twice. The bathtub was dirty looking to a point that my one night stay did not qualify for a shower. The hotel is very simple. Nothing special to offer in quality except the staff is superb! The value for the money with the given location was not bad. Also our room had a balcony with a beautiful view of city life and a door that actually opened! That was a definite plus.
Hotel was a great deal. Its not downtown DC, but with the proximity to the metro right across the street it doesnt matter. You can get from the hotel to the National Mall in 15 minutes. Free onsight parking was great. You get what you pay for here. It certainly isnt a 5 star hotel, but it isnt a dump either. Its perfect for a weekend getaway if youre just looking for somewhere to rest your head for the night without too many bells and whistles. Small shower.
I had a spacious room with good views and a couple of terraces to boot. The room was clean and quiet. The price was right. The quality of food in both Potomac Perk and The Vantage Point were poor. The Vantage Point has a nice view though and is a good place to get a drink,
Great decor, excellent staff, nice toiletries Take advantage of the $30 valet parking. The self-park is $18 and navigating the garage stairs/doors/elevators to get to the hotel desk with luggage is a hassle.
Service was so so at restaurant Nice guy who was trying but he was just not trained well enough. Reaching over us and forcefully putting plates down etc..
Early check-in Safe was broken. Door lock had to be reprogrammed during our stay.
Helpful, friendly staff. Clean, comfortable room. Convenient parking. Location on flight path of national airport.
View of Georgetown, DC. Bathroom was bizarre. Too much room overall, too little counterspace, mirror difficult for right handed people because of proximity to wall
Comfortable bed and decoration the price is not includes breakfast
Friendly staff. Clean, well equipped rooms. Quiet, got great sleep. Self park lot was full, had to use valet. Oh well, valet staff was very nice.
The staff was friendly The AC was broken the entire time. Was given free breakfast, but had a hassle actually getting it.
My husband and I splurged on this hotel and were surprised to have this be the worst hotel that we have ever experienced. I called the staff earlier in the day to inform them that we would be arriving late. They told me that everything would be ready for are arrival, however this was far from the truth. The staff told us that they had overbooked the hotel and that they would be moving us to a hotel down the street and they would cover $10 of expenses. The staff was not apologetic and was in fact put out by the fact they would have to help us move our stuff. By the time they got around to helping us, they made us so late that we could no longer order room service and they complained about us in front of us the entire time. In contrast, the staff at the Hilton saw that we had been moved and immediately comped our breakfast. The final straw came when Le Meridien staff tried to make us pay for having our cars parked there overnight. After much discussion, they finally covered our parking fees. DO NOT STAY HERE if you have the choice. However, I would highly recommend the Hilton that is located nearby.
Nice hotel. There was no bath robe, the body wash did not lather well and the valet was a bit expensive and the valet was not explained correctly so we had to stand and wait for our car.
This place has a nice vibe, clean beds and bathrooms, full bar/restaurant in the lobby. Coffee service and newspapers are just down the hall. Valet parking was easy. Bridge to Georgetown was a block away and very lovely. The stay was worth more than what we paid for sure.
Great value for price. The hotel is located in a great area right at the beginning of Georgetown. It is convenient and walking distance to everything (including national mall if you walk a half hour). Being close to waterfront was also great feature. The room was spacious and had full kitchen which was great. The room was very comfortable as well. Decor seemed a little dated, especially in the kitchen, but that really doesn't bother me that much. Room seemed very clean but on my last day I found A HUGE WATERBUG in the closet. That totally ruined it.
size and comfort of the room--was excellent as well as a simply great location.Your remodel work is very good!
The room was large and had a kitchenette First floor room with huge bay window directly looking into the hotel check in turn about. As soon as we opened the door to our room we phoned the front desk we had just walked 100 feet from in hopes of getting something more private. It was our anniversary weekend. Nope, no way we can get a different room. Apparently from the time it took us to walk to out room everyone checked in to sold out rooms. BS. Lighting was dim and we had to keep our window curtains closed so as not to be on exhibit for the arriving and departing guests. the tv reception was fuzzy and off at 90° from the bed. Also safety was a big concern of mine because of no protection or barrier from cars. They are in and out all day and night. With one small mistake they would be in our bed. I would not keep my dogs in this room. I'm sure even one floor up would have been better. We had a nice time outside our overpriced and unsympathetic room. Cool neighborhood. Shopping and food good. Night life ok.
very spacious, very comfortable rooms breakfast area some crowded in the mornings as it is small for the hotel size ... slightly inconvenient street position for lobby
comfy bed outside traffic was a little noisy
Staff was very responsive. There is nothing I found that I did not like.
Cozy ambiance. Comfortable bed. Pleasant staff. "Vintage" suite accommodations in kitchen/ living area Trash was not taken out under kitchen sink. Facilities: think Jetsons meets retirement home
very nice staff!
Staff are five star!!! Bldg is old and dates. Clean, but very dated
Size and staff both exceeded my expectations.
I enjoyed the fact that it was in a great neighborhood, great for sightseeing and shopping. Also the separate bedroom with living room with pullout queen, full kitchen and dining room was great for our family. It is older, dated. Tiny bathroom.
Location. Dated. Not particularly clean.