Ratings based on 530 Verified Reviews
They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
3.8 Room cleanliness
3.7 Service & staff
3.5 Room comfort
3.3 Hotel condition
They paid and stayed.
for Studentsby Richard from Louisiana
Older hotel in the Foreign Embassy areaPosted Feb 21, 2014
Pros: Hotel is quiet on a tree shaded street. Continental breakfast served 6:30-9:00. Non smoking rooms available.
Cons: Hotel was old but clean. It could all use a little refreshing and modernization. But is adequate as is.
Location: Around the corner is an Italian restaurant. Walk across the bridge Woodley park national zoo, a few neighborhood restraunts and Metro Train station.
Hotel is older hotel and rooms are smaller but comfortable size. 24 hour front desk staff. Most people staying at this hotel were doing the same as we were, conducting business with their country's embassy. There are 4 embassies on the same street in front of the hotel. My wife's embassy, Thailand was 2 blocks walk down the street. Rates we OK for Washington D.C. They didn't try to gouge on extra services. We booked a 2 night stay through Expedia and payed online. When we checked out there were no hidden charges. Metro Blue train from DCA Ronald Reagan Air Port to Metro Center, then change to an Orange train. Off 2 stops to later at DuPont Circle. 1 block walk north on NW Connecticut Ave to catch the L1 Bus at corner of Florida and NW Connecticut Ave to Kalorama RD and walk about 30-40 feet to front door of your hotel. About 35-45 min total travel time. About $5.50 total fare costs per person.
by A verified traveler
Never go back!!!Posted Jan 3, 2014
The service is terrible, the cafe is so small that can only fit 6 people, no parking, on top of all the things, the room smells!!!
for Everyoneby CJ from Missouri
Posted Dec 4, 2013
Pros: Front desk staff are very helpful and pleasant.
Location: Very close to Metro and great places to eat.
for Business Travelersby Ibram
Posted Dec 4, 2013 on Hotels.com
for Familiesby Stacey from New York
Thanksgiving Weekend 2013Posted Dec 2, 2013 on Hotels.com
It was a nice hotel with nuce staff. Only real issue was no parking lot I would stay there again for a short stay.
for Overnight Stay Before Destinationby Chandrasekhar Reddy
Posted Dec 2, 2013 on Hotels.com
for Business Travelersby Joe from Paramus, NJ
Good for Overnight StayPosted Nov 30, 2013 on Hotels.com
Good for an overnight stay. Which is exactly what I used it for. Very basic room. No luxuries.
by A verified traveler
Windsor hotel good location but bad/old roomsPosted Nov 21, 2013
Pros: Nothing at all.
Cons: Everything needs to be improved: Building, rooms, furniture, staff, breakfast, service.
Upon arrival there was no porter nor concierge to assist with my luggage. The receptionist didn't bother even to greet us properly. He handed me the keys and asked me to sign a paper and that's it. Breakfast is not continental. I've notice all visitors were disappointed including my little girls. It's croissant or dough nuts, juice and coffee. That's it. No enough table to accommodate all visitors. No parking. Very old rooms, bad bath tub with water backing up when you take a shower. Very old furniture. Bed are comfortable and clean. That's all you get. Next time I'd rather stay in a little bit far location and take a Metro or a taxi rather than stay close by with no parking and older rooms without proper service. At the end I don't believe that $ 120 for a DBL room is that cheap in comparison with the offered service.
for Business Travelersby Andrew from Kingston, Ontario
Good value hotelPosted Nov 21, 2013
Pros: Cheap and simple.
Cons: The mini-fridge in my room was a bit noisy. Breakfast did its job (especially given it was free) but was a bit underwhelming.
Location: Half way between Woodly Park and Dupont circle. I walked all over DC from there, including Smithsonian, white-house, capital hill
The hotel was completely adequate and very affordable, however, this is not a resort hotel. My room had an old CRT TV with cable and lots of channels and other basics (soap, shampoo, iron & board, hair dryer). Free WIFI was available throughout the hotel. A continental breakfast was also included which has toast, bagels, croissants, two types of cereal, bananas, coffee, milk, orange juice and apple juice. It is walking distance to Woodly Park and Dupont circle areas which have lots of restaurants. I would certainly stay here again if looking for a cheap hotel in the neighborhood but keep in mind it is a discount hotel.
for Business Travelersby Tom from Mapleton, Utah
Adequate and reasonably comfortable room and hotelPosted Nov 20, 2013 on Hotels.com
Very satisfactory. Good breakfast.