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This hotel is directly above the Metro a 20ish minute ride from the DC city center. It is newly renovated and very nice inside. I paid about 50% less than I would have for any Hyatt property in DC proper.
Generally, our experience was positive. The room was clean and fairly comfortable. However, there were several aspects that could be improved. The room was not well lit and there was little space to put your clothes. We had a room near the ice machine on the 6th floor. The noise level was most annoying. ...
Although this hotel is quite large and had at least three conferences going when I got there, my room was quiet and comfortable. Also, with that many people as guests, I didn't think I would get my breakfast anywhere near the time I ordered, which was 8:00 AM. Right at 8:00AM, the breakfast was delivered. ...
The staff are genuinely friendly in every department. The front desk, the hostesses and bartenders, the housekeeping staff...all are super accomodating and always smiling! This speaks to the culture of the place. Love this hotel...which is why I keep going back! I travel a lot and this continues ...
As an oversight, I did not book our conference hotel. I chose the Park Hyatt Washington as it was just across the street. When we arrived, we were given an upgrade due to "enhancements" and the possibility of an inconvenience. We were upgraded to a beautiful "Junior Suite". The room accommodations ...
The location of our hotel was excellent for walking to restaurants and shopping. The hotel staff was nice enough. The stairs were "good exercise"! The rooms were very small and the bathroom was smaller. Also the lighting in the room was very dim for us and the security of using our room key in the ...
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