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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.
We were pleased with the quick and efficient check in. The room was spacious and comfortable and clean. The location was good for getting to sites and to the train station however the immediate area around the hotel was a little bleak and devoid of restaurants and retail.
The hotel overall its great , with great staff , the only thing i would recomend , its to maybe consider some curtains, since the light enters the room very early
I was travelling on my own and had two days to spend in DC to see all the sights that I could. The hotel is ideal situated a few minutes walk from the Capitol and from there the national mall is right there. The hotel is great and the staff friendly & helpful. I arrived early and they let me check ...
Great staff - from the front desk to the coffee baristas; great common area for coffee and breakfast; nice work out area. In a good location and reasonably priced.
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 ...
Embrace alternate lifestyles during your travels in the District.
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