Top 10 Seattle Best Hotels

Top 10 Seattle Best Hotels


13 Reviews
2800 Pennsylvania Avenue Northwest, Washington D.C., District of Columbia, United States
9.8km from Ronald Reagan National Airport
6.1km from Washington Union Station
7.9km from VRE Crystal City station
920m from Foggy Bottom-GWU
1.6km from Farragut North
"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! "
"The four seasons maintain a consistently high quality service level. Every employee has a sincere smile. It is located at the end of the bustling street of Georgetown. It is very convenient to eat and go shopping. The beds in the four seasons are the most comfortable."
"The most annoying thing about living in the four seasons is that I have already paid for the room. The front desk has not deducted more than 2,500 US dollars, and has not retired several times!"
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7 Reviews
1050 31st St NW, Washington D.C., District of Columbia, United States
9.7km from Ronald Reagan National Airport
5.5km from Washington Union Station
7.3km from VRE Crystal City station
1.3km from Foggy Bottom-GWU
2.0km from Rosslyn
"Spent one night at the hotel in December while seeing family in DC. From the moment I pulled up arrived was great and very COVID appropriate. I valet parked my car which was disinfected before being returned. Our temperatures were checked and hand sanitizer was offered while walking in. Check-in was very quick. I stayed in a corner king room which was very comfortable for work and sleep. A beautiful cake was left as a welcome gift for us. I used an AMEX hotel credit for a round of old fashioneds from Cut which I picked up at the bar and brought back to the room. The drinks were great and a second round was ordered from room service. Look forward to being back for more than one night. My new favorite DC hotel."
"All things considered for 2020, we really enjoyed our stay at The Rosewood in Georgetown. The staff, led by Gabor, was all very helpful and accommodating. We stayed in a Rosewood Suite and loved everything about the room. It was clear a lot of care had been taken to make sure the room was thoroughly cleaned and sanitized. There was even a personal care kit in the room which included masks, wipes and a small bottle of hand sanitizer. Unfortunately the restaurant closed just before our arrival (DC Covid restrictions on indoor dining) but we look forward to returning when the property is fully open. Thank you to the full staff for making our stay so enjoyable! "
"My second time staying at this property. Even though not everything was open or available, we were able to have room service our first stay earlier in January. From the friendly gentleman who greeted us outside when we arrived to front desk to waiter delivering our dinner, everyone was professional and friendly and accommodating. Just a great vibe here. The rooms are beautifully appointed and the bed ridiculously comfortable, I will look forward to enjoying dinner in the restaurant and drinks at the welcoming bar the next time. Highly recommend "
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11 Reviews
3100 South Street, N.W., Washington D.C., District of Columbia, United States
9.7km from Ronald Reagan National Airport
5.5km from Washington Union Station
7.3km from VRE Crystal City station
1.3km from Foggy Bottom-GWU
2.0km from Rosslyn
"This hotel is good in all aspects, the front desk service is good, we have a few friends staying together, it feels like this, the room and other facilities are OK, it is very convenient to drive from the airport and follow the navigation."
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10 Reviews
1075 Thomas Jefferson Street NW, Washington D.C., District of Columbia, United States
10.0km from Ronald Reagan National Airport
6.3km from Washington Union Station
7.2km from VRE Crystal City station
1.2km from Foggy Bottom-GWU
1.9km from Farragut North
"Despite the constant domestic and international travel both my husband and I do, this is the first review I've felt compelled to give in years. Settle in, it's a long one. This is the most poorly managed hotel I've encountered in recent memory. I'll begin when my husband and I realized we were about to have a less than satisfactory visit...when we checked in at midnight. We booked through Delta Vacations, which we like to do because it accrues miles (we should have chosen the Ritz, as we usually do, but wanted a boutique hotel in the neighborhood). The gentleman at the front desk, although very nice, tried to charge us for our entire stay, despite having prepaid through Delta. We pointed out his error, and it took both he and my husband making phone calls for the next hour until 12:30 am (when my husband had a very important meeting scheduled for 9 am the next morning) to have the situation "sorted out." We were told it was sorted, and he gave us 2 complimentary drink tickets and 2 tickets for continental breakfast (which turned out to be a laugh) for the trouble. The next morning I took a breakfast ticket out of the sleeve and left the rest of the tickets with the code to the speakeasy on the desk. They had "breakfast" set up in the lobby. It was a couple of nasty scones, some yogurt, and apples. Clearly not great, so I skipped that and went down the street. Later when we were ready to go out for the evening, I went to grab the drink tickets on the desk and they were GONE. Housekeeping either took them or threw them away. No clue what happened, but either option is not good- they were in the hotel key sleeve. That bothered both my husband and I, but- oh well, a different front desk person gave us new ones. At that point I asked to speak to a manager, because after the trouble the night before as well as the tickets missing, I wanted to touch base. No manager whatsoever in the hotel...told 1 would be there tomorrow. Fine. The next day, as suspected, my husband wakes up to a charge pending for the room, despite having already paying in full. We go down that day to see the manager- NONE there, and none the entire day. WHAT? We tell the front desk clerk to please let management know we want to speak with them and get this sorted. {At this point I want to tell you all that we have been home for 2 days and this was 6 days ago and we have not heard from ONE single member of management.} My husband did speak with Islam, who said he reversed the charge, but it didn't. His title says he is Rooms manager. I need to point out that he was wearing black Adidas track pants with white stripes. I have never, ever seen a front desk clerk, let alone someone in management, wearing sweatpants. This is in Georgetown, DC. Wow. At this point, we are also noticing some housekeeping issues. Twice during our stay, we had in-room espresso, set our dirty cups on the desk and left for the evening, and they remained there after housekeeping had been in. That's a f"
"The location of this hotel in Georgetown is wonderful..we were able to walk to dinner, Georgetown University, and shopping without a problem. The hotel was very clean and beautiful as well. But the best part of the hotel is the staff! Such great customer service from the parking valet, the manager, and especially the front desk, Shawn. We were in such a hurry when we left that we forgot some items in our room safe. The staff retrieved them and sent them to us without delay. They were so great about the extra trouble we caused them, and they were great with all communication. Thank you! Would highly recommend this hotel."
"Watch out Marriott, the bath in this hotel was larger than the last three Marriotts I stayed in. It was great to have a large room that one could use and not have to think about every step you took. Clean, Hilton level sheets and ample towels. Large bath. Quiet. Roof top bar with almost 360 degree view. Excellent bar tender and doorman. Location very good with shopping and eats within walking distance. Only knock would be the price of parking. Price good for location, almost a value."
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11 Reviews
800 16th Street Northwest, Washington D.C., District of Columbia, United States
8.5km from Ronald Reagan National Airport
3.0km from Washington Union Station
9.4km from VRE Crystal City station
370m from Farragut West
400m from McPherson Square
"The hotel can rent bicycles, the room is decorated in white style, but the space is a little lost. It’s a pity that there is no landscape. However, the hotel service was quite good, and the bicycle seat was too high to help me adjust for a long time. I called the hot water bottle and sent it directly along with the hot water, and there was a teacup. I look forward to a better view of the window next time I stay."
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12 Reviews
1150 22nd Street, N.W., Washington D.C., District of Columbia, United States
9.7km from Ronald Reagan National Airport
6.0km from Washington Union Station
7.8km from VRE Crystal City station
520m from Foggy Bottom-GWU
880m from Dupont Circle
"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 😓😓😓😓😓 friends lived next to Hyatt, which is a good price."
"Very good front desk service, room service is average. Free bed for children under 12 years old. The room is very good, the location is in downtown. Walk to the White House for about 10 minutes. Can stay at this price, quite satisfied!"
"The hotel and the Four Seasons Hotel are of a grade, but the charge is only one-third of the four seasons, very good"
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Very Good
15 Reviews
7100 Harborview Ave, Fort Washington, Maryland, United States
14.7km from Ronald Reagan National Airport
8.2km from Braddock Road Metro Station
9.3km from Alexandria Amtrak
"What an amazing stay! Went for my birthday and had such a great time! "
" One year Anniversary "
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55 Reviews
1100 Pennsylvania Avenue Northwest, Washington D.C., District of Columbia, United States
8.3km from Ronald Reagan National Airport
2.5km from Washington Union Station
8.1km from VRE Crystal City station
220m from Federal Triangle
440m from Metro Center
"Good location, not far from the main attractions, also next to the subway station. There is a Market 2 Market on the negative floor of the subway station. The 7.5-9 pounds buffet is very cost-effective and closes at 17:00. It's not the Food Court with the promotional sign, it's inside the Reagan Trade Center, it's farther away and needs security. When I went there, I caught up with the baseball team to celebrate the road closure around the parade, and the next day, a long-distance running event closed the road for a few hours. They were all police cars. The lobby bar and restaurant are almost empty during the day and are full every night. The overall feeling is magnificent, the room is very good, that is, the bathroom is too big and almost as big as the bedroom, there are free Evian and slippers and water printed with Trump. The service staff was also very welcoming. You can climb the Bell Tower for free and watch from Starbucks."
"Trump's marketing is well done, and Amway is on Weibo. It feels like Trump himself, big and nothing. The hotel room is magnificent and spacious, but the service is very general. The child was scratched by a piece of furniture that lost the nameplate nails when he checked in. No one came after the call, no one came to the front desk, it is better to rely on himself. The nail hits flat. Then I sent fruit snacks on the first day of stay, and the rest of the tableware was not cleaned up the next day. On the second day of the check-in, I also found that the coffee cup was not washed. Finally, I received several text messages when I returned to China. I found that the hotel received another room rate and then retired. When I retired, I actually deducted my $21 and said that I have consumption. ! WHAT? I am too lazy to care!"
"This hotel is great, facilities, service, all first class. This building itself is very tall and is the original US Postal Headquarters building. Valet parking is $56 for 1 night and there are no other fees. There is a Starbucks on the north side of the building. It is a net red shooting location, retaining some elements of the postal building and passing through Starbucks with a postal museum. The lobby is very welcoming and now overlooks the entire lobby in the inner cloister. The hotel is 1.5 km from Chinatown and can walk past. The taxi driver does not go and can't find a parking space."
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31 Reviews
2650 Virginia Avenue NW, Washington D.C., District of Columbia, United States
9.0km from Ronald Reagan National Airport
5.0km from Washington Union Station
8.5km from VRE Crystal City station
530m from Foggy Bottom-GWU
1.8km from Farragut West
"My first room was ok until the lights started flickering and wouldn't turn off. The TV n remote then malfunctioned. So i went to the front desk and De'Angelo helped us. He sent a staff up top check it out. After thr engineer came up, he left to tell De'Angelo to switch or room. So they did, but only thing they had available was a downgraded room, so he put in some notes for us and got us comped a room with a balcony for out last night's stay. He and the night staff are excellent and he's only been here a short while. Now the day staff on other hand was terrible. Went t.i grint desk at 11 to inquire about our room upgrade, and was told it's being prepared, but we didn't get switched until about 4pm. We had an itinerary that we couldnt complete due to us waiting for our room switch. Also asked room service for 2 sets of silverware, and they brought them up about an hour and a half later, and also entered our room without notice while iwas in the shower. So when u come to the Watergate, your night experience will be way more enjoyable then dealing with day staff. "
"The service is really good, there are slippers. The bathroom has two large basins and a bath room. I have a balcony room and the viewing effect is good. Not far from the flight route, you can see the plane on the balcony. There is parking and parking is available. Unlimited in and out of $52 a day. But there is no supermarket nearby and it is a 20-minute walk from the Lincoln Memorial. There is an open-air bar on the top floor to enjoy the sunset."
"Nice hotel, warm service, no Chinese, good facilities, high cost performance. However, Ctrip sucks. If there is a problem, it will only shirk. There is no attitude to solve the problem. As a top member of Ctrip, Ctrip is no longer planning to use Ctrip. In the face of problems, Ctrip's treatment was simply disgusting, and it showed the market culture of the rogue pompy."
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17 Reviews
1201 24th Street, NW,, Washington D.C., District of Columbia, United States
9.5km from Ronald Reagan National Airport
4.6km from Washington Union Station
8.6km from VRE Crystal City station
640m from Foggy Bottom-GWU
1.0km from Dupont Circle
"The location is biased, but it is very quiet. The room was extremely clean. The white males at the front desk are generally available. However, there were two black women at the front desk who were very good in service and very friendly. They changed the room for me. There is also a Chinese woman at the front desk, and her work attitude is very good. Kind to people. I live in a suite. Clean up every day is very clean. The bed is also very comfortable. Although the location is somewhat biased, after staying, let me know, it is only eight minutes away from the subway station. And very close to Georgetown, walked over to the famous Georgetown Old Town. well."
"The room is relatively large, there is a separate living room, the bathroom is also very large, the design is simple and generous, and the hygiene is very clean. It is about 15 minutes from the main scenic spot, very convenient and very quiet. Will stay again next time."
"Come to DC to live in Park Hyatt for 3 days. The area where you are located should be good. If you take a taxi, you can't go anywhere, but if you take the subway, there is still a distance from the subway station. The doorman is more welcoming. The only drawback is that the three nights of staying in the hotel did not change the toiletries once."
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