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Arrived late but staff super friendly and helpful. Breakfast got double charged (and someone played a little fast and loose the with tip but it was only pennies) and that was sorted out with good humour. It's very convenient on the Red Line for access to Medical Center one stop north.
I very much enjoyed my stay at the Hyatt. Workout facilities are among the better facilities for a hotel, room was super comfortable, service was good and location is great.
I spent a week in DC with meetings on Capitol Hill everyday. This hotel was perfectly situated to walk to meetings in both the Senate and House. I got breakfast and dinner at the hotel, both were great. The exercise room was nice and the overall price was great.
Hotel is very nice and Very clean, the staff was great and very helpful in directing where to eat out while we were in DC. The only negative was that the restaurant was very expensive and you have to make reservations to actually eat there which made it more difficult when you just wanted to randomly ...
We stayed here this past weekend for Saturday night. I love the location and how lgbt friendly the hotel is. Certainly made us feel at home but our room needed some help. We checked in early and paid the fee to do so only to get a room that smelled of mildew. When I called to let the front desk know ...
The staff was wonderful, their breakfast menu. Amazing! I just wish they would place me on a different room since I was able to hear the trucks loading every morning. Besides that all was good.
Embrace alternate lifestyles during your travels in the District.
During your next vacation to the capital of the United States, celebrate the pride and politics of the LGBT community.
Visit Logan Circle, a residential neighborhood known for its gay residents and visitors. This part of town is also home to a variety of interior design shops, funky boutiques, and trendy restaurants for the shopaholics and foodies at heart. Dupont Circle is another gay-friendly neighborhood, made up of hip stores and LGBT bars. In addition to featuring a variety of other gay hot spots, such as Capitol Hill, downtown D.C., and Adams Morgan, the District hosts LGBT festivals throughout the year. In fact, since 1975, Capital Pride has packed the streets of Washington, D.C. in celebration of gay culture and history.
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