We stayed over a weekend in mid-February 2013 and really loved the location and room. The lobby area was quaint but lovely and open and airy. We had an afternoon snack and drink there. Would love to see it here in warmer weather when the inner courtyard is open. The room was nicely appointed, very clean. The bed was super comfy. The location was in fast walking distance to the Georgetown shopping district, and also to the metro station (subway). The service/staff was very helpful. There was a wedding there that Saturday night, and I took a look around earlier in the day -- a beautiful circular room for the ceremony, and they have a LOT of meeting space at this hotel. The only issue is that the restaurant didn't seem totally up to par in terms of food. We each had a steak entree, mine was a Kobe-style beef that wasn't very flavorful and not really worth the high price (~$55). My tomato-basil soup was just kinda "meh." They didn't have any bread options for those like me with a nut allergy. So I think they would use some improvement there. One last comment is the very high price of their room service menu for breakfast -- I don't understand why hotels charge $20-$26 for eggs and toast or pancakes, because it just deters you from ordering from them at all. My husband instead just ran around the corner and got two breakfasts to go for $20 total. If they would reduce the prices by $3-$4 per breakfast, I suspect they'd get more revenue. But overall, would definitely recommend this hotel for leisure and business travelers alike.