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Best hotels near National Mall, Washington D.C.

4.1/5129 Reviews
4.1/5Very Good129 Reviews
Washington D.C.
|0.52km from National Mall
This hotel was okay for the price, but let me quickly highlight this hotel. 1. Two nights with parking $718 2. Breakfast buffet in hotel$20 a person not a whole lot of choices. 3. Bar and Grill in restaurant average cost $15 per plate 4. The side of the Hotel with the single elevator, are the train tracks. Ask to stay away from the train tracks!! Train runs all night and blows its horn. 5. I asked the security guard at the hotel where a store was so that we can buy soft drinks and juice. He directed me to another hotel that has a quick to go market in their Lobby. Asking a local on my way to that hotel, the local directed us to a CVS about a 10-minute walk away. Upon returning to our hotel, we came in through the main lobby and saw a quick to go market off to the side of the front desk, and it was open 😡 5. This hotel is dog friendly although I never saw a dog relief area. So I suppose you have to take your dog before a walk on the street. And that area had plenty of dog walkers. 6. The parking garage is super small and tight. If you have a two-door Jeep, you'll find it just comfortable. Anything bigger, and you'll be upset. 7. The sink in our bathroom was stopped up, but I did not tell the hotel staff about it so that's my fault. 8. At check-in, the representative at the front desk did not offer any other information than what I asked for. So if I didn't know to ask... 9. It is a central location to the museums and the mall, so please once you park don't move your vehicle. Get good old-fashioned exercise and walk. 10. There are two food trucks right across the street from the hotel although I never saw anyone man them. There is a McDonald's at the corner and a mom and Shop Pizzeria next to the McDonald's. The pizzeria is probably the least expensive and most delicious of the food that we've had the entire weekend. It was good for what I needed; the room was large, the bed was comfortable and the shower was nice and hot. I do believe next time I'll just take the Amtrak train for the day and save my $700!
4.2/5111 Reviews
4.2/5Very Good111 Reviews
Washington D.C.
|0.64km from National Mall
There is a restaurant in the lobby of the hotel, which opens at three o'clock in the afternoon. The dishes are delicious, especially salmon. The spy museum is very close. Went to have a look, there is love. There is interaction suitable for children. Close to the pier, go to the seafood market to eat seafood, there are piles of seafood from each state, and all kinds of sauces are very enjoyable! You can take your children to eat. Couples are not suitable, because it is a place to feast, it is not suitable to wear too good and high heels 😄 family can go to old couples can go. Couples can go to restaurants or cafes on the shore. Tuna is delicious 😋 A good place to have some wine or coffee for a chat. The location here is so good, come again next time!
4.7/598 Reviews
4.7/5Outstanding98 Reviews
The Mall
Washington D.C.
|0.65km from National Mall
The price is expensive and the service is great. At night, I will place Evian mineral water and cups on the bedside table, place foot mats next to the bed and washstand, fill the ice cubes with ice cubes, and turn on the sleep aid music. It is in all hotels I have stayed abroad the best.
4.3/5102 Reviews
4.3/5Excellent102 Reviews
Washington D.C.
|0.71km from National Mall
Location is perfect when planning to visit the Washington DC highlights. Room is clean but compact, staff is okay.
4.1/5102 Reviews
4.1/5Very Good102 Reviews
Penn Quarter
Washington D.C.
|0.83km from National Mall
I had originally booked the Kimpton Hotel George and was relocated to this property by management due to construction the day before we were set to arrive. I was reassured this was a great, comparable property in a better location. Unfortunately, the stay was disappointing. Pro: Location. Cons: Things kept breaking. Day 1: the shower knob broke off in my hand with a simple turn. Day 2: hairdryer stopped working after 1 minute of use. Day 3: Light fixture in bathroom stopped working. Not a 4 star experience. The rooms are tiny, dark and claustrophobic. The bathroom toilet in the standard room is literally 4 feet from the edge of the bed. Not conducive to a romantic getaway with your partner. I’m not picky about rooms but it was like sleeping in a closet all weekend. Restaurant staff were rude and the food was over priced. We ate at Dirty Habit twice during our stay for the convenience. While the food was good, the service is not. The bartender was abrupt and condescending when asked a simple question about a drink. I would not recommend staying here.
3.8/5104 Reviews
3.8/5104 Reviews
Washington D.C.
|0.84km from National Mall
I've stayed here multiple times since 2021 and the customer service by the staff is always exceptional. Easy walking distance to the mall and the sites. I was there for business and virtual calls. If you need to do virtual work please get there early and make sure your wireless is up. If it's slow the front desk is amazing and helping out. My room was quiet, even with youth down the hall.
4.5/5105 Reviews
4.5/5Excellent105 Reviews
Penn Quarter
Washington D.C.
|0.85km from National Mall
The hotel is comfortable and spacious, with the elegance of an old-fashioned hotel. The breakfast is freshly made and delicious. Go to the central grassland, the core attraction, and the White House can be reached on foot. Two blocks away is Chinatown, which is convenient for eating. Macy's and various famous stores are not far away. One stop for all requirements. The only downside is that there is a humming in the ventilation duct that is facing, it must be replaced.
4.2/5106 Reviews
4.2/5Very Good106 Reviews
Washington D.C.
|0.9km from National Mall
The hotel is superb, close to the subway station and 15 minutes walk to the Indian Museum, the Air and Space Museum and the Capitol Hill. Breakfast is quite rich, just during the Easter holiday, the breakfast time is full of adults and children. We booked a one-bedroom and one-bedroom suite. The living room and bathroom are super large. The room has two large beds. The sofa in the living room is large and can be used as a bed. There is also a dining table and kitchenette, kitchen utensils and dishes. Microwave dishwashers and coffee makers are all available for cooking. Overall, this is a hotel that is especially suitable for family and family.
4.5/5106 Reviews
4.5/5Excellent106 Reviews
Washington D.C.
|0.91km from National Mall
It's a very good hotel. I really like it. The environment and hardware are very good. The location is superior, the scenery is beautiful, the service is considerate, the praise is great. I will stay next time
4.2/57 Reviews
4.2/5Very Good7 Reviews
Washington D.C.
|0.93km from National Mall
Located in Washington (Southwest), WhyHotel by Placemakr, National Mall is within a 15-minute walk of National Mall and Smithsonian Institution. This aparthotel is 0.5 mi (0.7 km) from National Air and Space Museum and 1.8 mi (2.9 km) from Washington Monument.Take advantage of recreation opportunities such as a 24-hour fitness center or take in the view from a terrace and a garden. This aparthotel also features complimentary wireless Internet access and a picnic area.Featured amenities include luggage storage, laundry facilities, and an elevator. Self parking (subject to charges) is available onsite.Make yourself at home in one of the 119 air-conditioned rooms featuring kitchens with refrigerators and ovens. Your pillowtop bed comes with premium bedding. 55-inch Smart televisions with digital programming provide entertainment, while complimentary wireless Internet access keeps you connected. Conveniences include separate sitting areas and microwaves, and housekeeping is provided on request.
4.2/5119 Reviews
4.2/5Very Good119 Reviews
Penn Quarter
Washington D.C.
|1.08km from National Mall
The location of the hotel is excellent, the room is small. Walk to the White House, the Washington Monument is very close, the front desk service is great, and late check-out is also given. Breakfast was mediocre with one unpleasant hiccup. The biggest advantage is the location, others lackluster.
4.2/5116 Reviews
4.2/5Very Good116 Reviews
Penn Quarter
Washington D.C.
|1.14km from National Mall
This was definitely a great stay. The establishment is modern, clean with very helpful staff. It is located in the heart of things. Museums, and great places to eat are close by if you want to get out and about. If not, the food is excellent in-house.

Reviews of Hotels near National Mall in Washington D.C.

Hamilton Hotel - Washington DC
4.2/5109 Reviews
Downtown Washington
Washington D.C.
|0.64km from city center
The location of the hotel is so good and convenient. The bed was comfortable. Most hotels in Miguo do not include breakfast, but the surroundings are very convenient. There is Star Dad at the door, and a pizzeria across the street. It takes 7-11 minutes to walk. Another feature of the Miguo Hotel is that most of the coffee in the hotel lobby is free. Drink it casually ~
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From$244
Hilton Garden Inn Washington DC Downtown
4.1/5106 Reviews
Downtown Washington
Washington D.C.
|0.85km from city center
Breakfast is OK, the child is very convenient, the location of the hotel is super convenient, where to go is very close, the room on the back of the street because of the fan is a bit noisy, it is recommended to choose the room on the side of the street
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From$205
Homewood Suites by Hilton Washington, D.C. Downtown
4.1/5112 Reviews
Downtown Washington
Washington D.C.
|0.27km from city center
My family and I recently stayed a week at the Homewood Suites in Washington DC. Although the hotel shows it age, it makes up for it in the GREAT customer service. From the first day in which Tina worked hard to get our room straightened out, to the sweet women working breakfast, to the valets quickly working to get us on the road with directions. My son who recently had knee surgery was even treated to a big bag of snacks to keep up his spirits. We have never been in a hotel in which EVERY staff member greets you like family. We look forward to our next trip to DC and Homewood Suites.
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From$254
AC Hotel Washington DC Capitol Hill Navy Yard
4.2/5106 Reviews
Navy Yard
Washington D.C.
|4.01km from city center
A HUGE disappointment awaits for unsuspecting travelers. I booked a stay in trendy Navy Yard because I like to try new areas. Was in DC for 2 nights to pitch a design project. I had paid for an upgraded room category so I’d have a terrace and a view of the Capitol. I used the Bonvoy app to make sure I had extra towels and pillows upon arrival. I arrived in DC and went immediately to my meetings and then to dinner with clients so didn’t arrive at the property until 830PM on Friday night. I knew the property had a rooftop bar so I asked at the reception desk to not be put on the floor beneath the bar and Robin said my room wasn’t. I was assigned room 431 - which was spacious and clean. However: the electronic blackout drapes and one of three of the black out shades were off the track so light flooded in, the sheer shades on one window were hanging and on another window not functioning at all. Bright blue light from the glass front mini fridge made the room glow (covered with a towel), a glowing green light from a power cord did the same (unplugged) and the toilet paper holder hanging off the wall. 4 hangers in an open closet- I had clothes for a black tie event and 2 outfits to hang and couldn’t. BUT - the absolute worse was the fact that ALL NORTH FACING ROOMS in the hotel face I-395 expressway!! An 8 lane road with 55MPH limits! The 4th floor literally the same level as the highway! The terrace unusable as it was covered in exhaust soot and the roar that of traffic overwhelmed. I put in earplugs and literally slept with a pillow on my head! I was up at 5AM when the traffic started the next AM. I called the front desk and told them I’d need to change rooms and the 5AM manager said to contact the desk again at 9A when housekeeping arrived. I went down at 9A and spoke to Robin again (she was very nice and def tried to help)- I told her I was going out for a run and if I could change rooms on return that would be great. When I returned to the hotel I was told my room category would have to be downgraded- no Capitol view or terrace - and that the room would be on a lower floor - BUT IT WAS STILL FACING THE HIGHWAY! I went back to my room and just decided to leave it alone rather than ruin my busy day. The front desk manager was at the desk when I had both conversations with Robin and she made no offer of anything as an apology- no comp breakfast, no comp drink coupons at the rooftop bar, no Bonvoy points - nothing. A simple feature would have def made me at least feel acknowledged. My 2 night stay in the upgraded room category was $971.66- so almost $1000 for two horrible nights of no sleep. This hotel was a HUGE disappointment and an embarrassment to the Marriott brand.
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From$259
Hyatt House Washington DC/The Wharf
4.2/5103 Reviews
District Wharf
Washington D.C.
|3.35km from city center
The location is excellent, in the dock area, it seems to be the local high-end living and entertainment area, the restaurants are relatively high-end. The night view is not bad. The hotel is very new, the door is small, the lobby needs to take the elevator to the second floor. The room is large, the health is good, and the view is good. The only downside is that the water in the faucet is not very clean at first, so it will be fine for a while.
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From$284
Holiday Inn Washington Capitol-National Mall, an IHG Hotel
4.1/5129 Reviews
Washington D.C.
|2.81km from city center
This hotel was okay for the price, but let me quickly highlight this hotel. 1. Two nights with parking $718 2. Breakfast buffet in hotel$20 a person not a whole lot of choices. 3. Bar and Grill in restaurant average cost $15 per plate 4. The side of the Hotel with the single elevator, are the train tracks. Ask to stay away from the train tracks!! Train runs all night and blows its horn. 5. I asked the security guard at the hotel where a store was so that we can buy soft drinks and juice. He directed me to another hotel that has a quick to go market in their Lobby. Asking a local on my way to that hotel, the local directed us to a CVS about a 10-minute walk away. Upon returning to our hotel, we came in through the main lobby and saw a quick to go market off to the side of the front desk, and it was open 😡 5. This hotel is dog friendly although I never saw a dog relief area. So I suppose you have to take your dog before a walk on the street. And that area had plenty of dog walkers. 6. The parking garage is super small and tight. If you have a two-door Jeep, you'll find it just comfortable. Anything bigger, and you'll be upset. 7. The sink in our bathroom was stopped up, but I did not tell the hotel staff about it so that's my fault. 8. At check-in, the representative at the front desk did not offer any other information than what I asked for. So if I didn't know to ask... 9. It is a central location to the museums and the mall, so please once you park don't move your vehicle. Get good old-fashioned exercise and walk. 10. There are two food trucks right across the street from the hotel although I never saw anyone man them. There is a McDonald's at the corner and a mom and Shop Pizzeria next to the McDonald's. The pizzeria is probably the least expensive and most delicious of the food that we've had the entire weekend. It was good for what I needed; the room was large, the bed was comfortable and the shower was nice and hot. I do believe next time I'll just take the Amtrak train for the day and save my $700!
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From$227
Washington Hilton
4.2/589 Reviews
Adams Morgan
Washington D.C.
|1.29km from city center
The hotel is huge and one of the more affordable one around DC. The aircon in the room is a little noisy but the operation guy came and says that’s the way it is. I asked for kettle to boil water and it came quite quickly though. There’s a usd20 surcharge per room per night but you can offset by meals in the hotel. The front desk also provides bottled water FOC upon request. Overall an ok stay.
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From$345
The Architect
3.8/5101 Reviews
Downtown Washington
Washington D.C.
|0.44km from city center
The location is very convenient and not far from the subway station. The only regret is that the lights and exhausts of the bathroom are a switch, and the sound of the exhaust is too noisy, and the bathroom is blacked out several times.
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The Ritz-Carlton, Washington, D.C.
4.4/553 Reviews
West End
Washington D.C.
|1.13km from city center
The room is good, it feels that the service does not match the hardware of the hotel, it seems that their front desk is more enthusiastic to serve whites! The small refrigerator is still locked, it is speechless, and I have lived in many high-end hotels. This situation is unique... Overall, the experience is not so good, it needs to be improved, there is no coffee machine in the room, the front desk says that the lobby is always available. However, after the first day of drinking, there was no more &#128531;&#128531;&#128531;&#128531;&#128531; friends lived next to Hyatt, which is a good price.
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From$429
Waldorf Astoria Washington DC
4.7/598 Reviews
The Mall
Washington D.C.
|1.65km from city center
The price is expensive and the service is great. At night, I will place Evian mineral water and cups on the bedside table, place foot mats next to the bed and washstand, fill the ice cubes with ice cubes, and turn on the sleep aid music. It is in all hotels I have stayed abroad the best.
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From$724
Days Inn by Wyndham Washington DC/Gateway
2.7/533 Reviews
Northeast
Washington D.C.
|5.81km from city center
I’ve stayed here a lot recently. Nothing is as good as my first time there. Last time the room had spider webs it was disappointing. The most recent my reservation was for one night. There was a lot of loud activity at intervals during the night When I finally got to sleep … EARLY AM some child called my room 3 times the last time she said that I was making too much noise tgenight before when asked for her Mother or an adult she hang up. Later that evening I found out I needed to stay another night. OMG !! Loud noise all night long KIDS sounded like they were running the olympics called the desk they said they would send security. The still kept up the nose and running. Finally got to sleep 7-730 I thought they were doing construction. Unbelievable. The Hotel has three sections I hope the next stay won’t be in two or three
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Hampton Inn Washington, DC/White House
4.2/5115 Reviews
Downtown Washington
Washington D.C.
|0.85km from city center
The staff is amazing. It was raining one night while walking to dinner and the front desk gave me her own personal umbrella to use. Our flight was cancelled and booking an extra night stay was very easy and the staff was so accommodating. The rooms were great too. There is no view, but the layout of the rooms are pretty great and quiet. The ”06” rooms are the best in the hotel and I would request this room on any floor. The location is a block from metro stations. Also walking distance to white house and many restaurants. Would definitely stay here again.
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From$247
The Darcy Hotel, Washington DC
4.3/5106 Reviews
Shaw
Washington D.C.
|0.1km from city center
The design is better. The facilities are relatively new. The bathroom is relatively small. The floor aisle is darker.
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From$219
The Churchill Hotel Near Embassy Row
4.3/5104 Reviews
Sheridan-Kalorama
Washington D.C.
|1.37km from city center
Good location, 5 minutes walking distance from the subway, there is a big Hilton hotel opposite, there is a bus at the door, it is very convenient to go, the room is large, the design is very American, the bed is comfortable to sleep, it is recommended!
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From$309
The Mayflower Hotel, Autograph Collection
4.3/5103 Reviews
Downtown Washington
Washington D.C.
|0.41km from city center
Not staying at other hotels in Washington, may not be objective. This hotel is more expensive, the service is general, the room is very small and very small, the room window arranged for me is a dark window, the indoor ventilation is poor, the bed is small (the waiter said it is a big bed room, but only 1.5 meters wide), even wifi has to charge, It is free to apply with the waiter. Cleaning the room attendant is quite good. Maybe the location is better, but it is recommended to stay a little farther. After all, uber is very convenient.
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From$279
Motel 6 Washington, DC
2.5/527 Reviews
Fort Totten-Upper Northeast
Washington D.C.
|7.26km from city center
On the outskirts of Washington, you need to take the bus to the center of Washington. There is a supermarket nearby and there is a Chinese fast food takeaway. There are more black people around. Go out less at night. It is ok to live.
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From$106
U Street Hostel
3.9/569 Reviews
Shaw
Washington D.C.
|1.22km from city center
This was my first stay in a capsule. I admit that I thought one would enter from the side instead of the end, not that this seemed to be a problem. I like the idea of being ensconced in a cocoon but I realise this isn’t for everyone. In dorm room situations I always prefer a lower bunk, the upper bunks can be more awkward. Unsurprisingly, the same applies here. Anyway, I put the pillow down the far end and climbed in head first. You ‘seal’ your capsule by pulling down the blind at the end. I am not claustrophobic in any way but found I had to keep the blind open for ventilation. There did appear to be ways to adjust the temperature but due to a busy travel schedule I didn’t get a chance to ask staff about this. This hotel uses Goki, this app that lets you scan yourself into the building and the rooms instead of typing in a room code. It has other functions as well. It is worth getting the Goki app as the door codes are changed periodically for security reasons but Goki should always scan you in once you’ve set it up. I thought that $5 for the laundry was a little much and I’m not sure how they ascertained who had paid and who hadn’t since you just walked in. Laundry detergent was included in the $5 charge and when I asked where I would find it they said it would be set out but I couldn’t find it anywhere so I had to track down a staff member. I’m glad to have finally checked ‘sleep in a capsule’ off the list.
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From$74
Fairfield Inn & Suites Washington, DC/New York Avenue
4/565 Reviews
Northeast
Washington D.C.
|5.71km from city center
We were welcomed by a friendly Front Desk Receptionist. There is no valet as described but it’s self park for $30 a day. No mobile key available at this hotel. No key drop box availble for those who checked out in the app. The hallway was as hot as being outside. Our room was clean buy AC was not consistent in keeping the room cool. Phone in the room was defective. Front Desk could barely hear you. We had to request additional bathroom stuff using the app. I requested for facial tissue since the one left there had a single tissue in it but we never got it. Complimentary breakfast is freshly made and the dining staff was accommodating. Check out was easy thru the app. The staff were all friendly and accommodating. Affordable hotel if you’re in DC and don’t want to be at the Capitol area.
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From$144
Four Seasons Hotel Washington, D.C.
4.6/554 Reviews
Georgetown
Washington D.C.
|1.82km from city center
Excellent hotel, central in Georgetown. Superb service, top-notch fitness facility, very good restaurant. All the staff at the Four Seasons are super friendly and helpful. Rooms super quiet and very well appointed. I was happy to be upgraded and was able to use my Trip Coins to slightly lower the cost. Hope to be back again!
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From$1,310
Residence Inn Washington, DC/Dupont Circle
4.3/549 Reviews
Dupont Circle
Washington D.C.
|0.97km from city center
This was the second Residence Inn we stayed in during our trip to DC and it was excellent, just like the first one was. It’s conveniently located and very clean. The folks at the front desk are very helpful and the breakfast is excellent. Our room was spacious but the AC was very loud. We had them come and look at it, but it continued to be loud. Regardless, we had a great stay and enjoyed the beautiful walk to Georgetown for dinner.
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From$309
Kellogg Conference Hotel at Gallaudet University
4.2/5114 Reviews
Ivy City / Gallaudet
Washington D.C.
|3.6km from city center
The concierge was very helpful and gave good advice about where to get food. Didn't use any facilities, I thought the breakfast was complimentary and when I got down there in the morning I found out that was false. I thought the prices were a little steep for breakfast so I passed on that. Overall had a good time though.
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Grand Hyatt Washington
4.2/5116 Reviews
Penn Quarter
Washington D.C.
|1.22km from city center
This was definitely a great stay. The establishment is modern, clean with very helpful staff. It is located in the heart of things. Museums, and great places to eat are close by if you want to get out and about. If not, the food is excellent in-house.
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Kimpton Hotel Madera
4.5/5100 Reviews
Dupont Circle
Washington D.C.
|0.79km from city center
I've stayed in 6 different hotels in D.C. in the past year. This is one to which I'll definitely return. The location works well when I'm visiting my daughter at college. And, as I like to walk, it's an easy walk to a good Whole Foods and the Foggy Bottom metro station. Its also a fairly long--but pleasant--walk to the White House, Lincoln Memorial, etc. The rooms are large. The bathrooms are extremely well thought out. The shower was huge with a textured floor that prevented slipping. Our room on the front of the hotel was quiet enough for us to sleep well. We liked the front desk staff. The housekeeping staff did a great job! The only thing that gave us pause was that you have to go up a small flight of stairs to reach the elevator and there's no bellman. However, the front desk staff immediately offered to carry our heavy suitcases up the stairs, so we were fine. We liked the neighborhood, and there's an excellent bakery/coffee shop (Tatte) nearby. This hotel is definitely a keeper.
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From$322
Global Luxury Suites at the White House
3.9/526 Reviews
Downtown Washington
Washington D.C.
|0.87km from city center
There is no breakfast, but there are quite a few meals downstairs and around. There are two bedrooms, a living room and a sofa bed, which should be able to live with a family. I didn't know the parking situation without driving. A few steps away is the White House, and the surrounding environment is very good. Would highly recommend to friends who want to go to Washington to play.
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From$332
Salamander Washington DC
4.5/5106 Reviews
Washington D.C.
|2.67km from city center
It's a very good hotel. I really like it. The environment and hardware are very good. The location is superior, the scenery is beautiful, the service is considerate, the praise is great. I will stay next time
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From$380
Rosewood Washington DC
4.5/542 Reviews
Georgetown
Washington D.C.
|2.19km from city center
Our recent stay at this sophisticated, non-touristy oasis clinched its status as our new go-to hotel in DC. Our room was spacious and attractive, the bathroom featured the best rain shower on the planet, and the staff was professional and friendly. Breakfast was excellent and calm (no easy-listening music or screaming kids). We particularly enjoyed our several interactions with the highly personable concierge Romaine. Not only did he give us great tips about DC, but our shared enthusiasm for international travel led to fun and informative discussions of past and upcoming destinations.
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From$631
Canopy by Hilton Washington DC the Wharf
4.4/5103 Reviews
District Wharf
Washington D.C.
|3.35km from city center
The surroundings are very beautiful. Children like to play by the river.
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From$282
Marriott Marquis Washington, DC
4.3/5116 Reviews
Downtown Washington
Washington D.C.
|1.06km from city center
While the overall hotel is nice and clean the rooms are worn and the towels are thin and rough to the touch. The carpet was fraying where it met the tile so you had to be careful not to walk on the nail ***** without shoes, the fitted sheet on the box spring which is visible had holes, and the headboard was worn. I would not choose to stay at this hotel again given the state of the rooms.
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From$299
Eaton DC
4.3/5102 Reviews
Downtown Washington
Washington D.C.
|0.85km from city center
A boutique hotel with a retro style, the location is very good, and it is convenient to go to the attractions~ I didn't expect the vinyl record in the room to be usable, and there is a radio station at the entrance downstairs.
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Capital Hilton
4.5/576 Reviews
Downtown Washington
Washington D.C.
|0.45km from city center
I came to DC during the short vacation. I mainly wanted to check out the museums in the city, so I mainly searched for a hotel with a better location. The hotel is only a 7-minute walk from the White House. There are pharmacies, coffee shops, bars and restaurants around the hotel. The museums in DC close at 5 or 6 pm. You can eat and stroll around the main street around the hotel in the evening. The street next to the hotel is quite lively. Parking in DC is not very convenient, so I park my car on the street and go shopping, or drive to nearby scenic spots. As long as I leave the city center, it feels like it is easier to park. This time I went to the zoo and didn't buy a parking ticket specifically. It was easier to find a parking space if I drove there in the morning. The hotel lobby has its own restaurant, as well as a multi-functional hall, conference hall, and gym. The hotel should have been renovated. I personally feel that the room is relatively small and the window is also small. Their sink and bathroom toilet are separate, which is a good point. There is an ice machine in the building. I bought a drink and went back to the hotel. It was better to chill it and eat it with a late night snack.
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