My husband and I stayed at the Tabard for our anniversary. We got a room on the 3rd floor in the front. We shared a bathroom. There was no problem with that, there was never anyone in there when we needed it. The bathroom was actually the best part, the water pressure was incredible!
The hotel has a lot of personality. Obviously older but seemed very clean. Our room was very cute but the bed was uncomfortable. It was a double, not a queen and very hard. The walls were very thin and we could here everything our neighbors were saying. There is currently construction going on down the street so you might want to avoid a front room.
The breakfast in the morning was good but the staff was horrible.
We will probably stay somewhere else next time.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Tucked away on quiet side street only five blocks from the White House and steps away from Dupont Circle, Tabard Inn is an old and charming hotel for anyone seeking a European-style oasis on American soil. Our eclectic yet refined atmosphere is the perfect compliment to our award-winning restaurant and bar, weekend jazz sessions, and beautiful, intimate special events. ... more less