Ratings based on 817 Verified Reviews
3.7 Room cleanliness
3.6 Service & staff
3.4 Room comfort
3.2 Hotel condition
Expedia Verified Reviews
by A verified traveler
Not disability friendly.Posted Jun 3, 2017
Pros: Fairly quiet area, yet still close to metro and capital area.
Location: Approximately 4 miles from Smithsonian's and monuments, half mile to metro station.
if you wanted to take the time to carry over the sheet of ply-board and 2x4s, you could have a ramp for the exterior stairs. There was no ramp for the interior stairs. The elevator had just enough room for the wheelchair, no luggage or helper. The rooms were too crowded to operate a wheelchair in within.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler from washington DC
Older hotel but very nicePosted May 9, 2017
The staff is very accomendating to make your stay comfortable
Comment from Hotel Management
May 13, 2017 by the management , Hotel Management
Thank you for your kind review. We hope to see you again.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler
Posted May 3, 2017
It was very comfortable and I liked to stay there. The breakfast is not very good but it is ok.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler from Atlantic City NJ
Great neighborhood, friendly staff!Posted Apr 21, 2017
Great location! Easy to find, friendly staff, yummy contenental breakfast. Affordable, comfortable. Only wish I could have adjusted thermostat lower. We were warm, but fine!
for Everyoneby A verified traveler from CT
Super outdated, close to DowntownPosted Apr 15, 2017
Very outdated, close to downtown. I wouldn't stay here again. Bathroom was ok, beds were very shabby. Especially those so called "day-beds"
for Everyoneby A verified traveler from Philadelphia
Older hotel in lovely neighborhoodPosted Apr 6, 2017
Pros: The location is nice, and the staff friendly.
Cons: The hotel is overdue for a complete remodeling. It feels 1940-ish. Parking needs to be available.
Location: DuPont Circle, with lots of restaurants, shops, and the Metro is nearby. The area is nice for walking, with many embassies and their flags to see.
The Windsor Park is in a neighborhood of embassies and the Obama residence near DuPont Circle. The hotel is not disability-friendly. Our suite was well organized, but did not have any pillows for the day bed, and the staff said that none were available. The bathroom is old, with a window in the tub/shower with a curtain that does not cover the window, leaving 6-8 inches in view of another window. This makes women very uncomfortable. There is no "fan only" setting, and the entire hotel is either heating or air-conditioning, so you are out of luck on an unseasonably warm or cold day. The hotel does not have parking available, but you may park on the street overnight (but only for 2 hours in the day) and move your car to a garage a few blocks away for the daytime, but that garage closes at midnight. The suite was spacious, and the staff friendly.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler
Location was very convenientPosted Mar 30, 2017
The neighborhood was safe however, it was not in an area where I could get a taxi. There was a Metro bus available for me to use.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler from Chicago
Great value for the locationPosted Mar 29, 2017
We were looking for a hotel near Georgetown and Howard and this location was perfect. It was the only hotel in our price range, and it included a continental breakfast to boot. Rooms and furniture were very dated but clean; the suite provided plenty of space for our family of 4. Staff was friendly and helpful. Would recommend to fellow value shoppers.
Posted Mar 24, 2017 on Hotels
Good enoughPosted Mar 23, 2017 on Hotels
Clean and decent enough for a quick stay, but pretty dated. Staff and location were good, but not exactly the honeymoon suite.