I thought this was a great hotel for business. It is a little pricey - I paid $239 per night which seems extreme for a Courtyard, but all hotels in DC during the week are as expensive. I travel 25+ nights per year for work and this was a great experience. It is about a 10 minute walk to Dupont Circle where you can catch the metro. Many great restaurants around the area and the neighborhood itslef is very nice. A lot of embassies are in beautiful old buildings in this part of town.
The hotel itself is in one of these old buildings, but it has been nicely updated. My room was a little small, but it had a great view of Scott Circle. It was nicely appointed. Try and get a room with a view. As an elite Marriott Rewards member I didn't have a problem, but I heard others not like their room because it had a view of a brick wall.
The room has a flat screen tv with a 25 or so cable channels. The bed is very nice and comfortable. Bathroom is a little small but nicely decorated with mable and brass. Plenty of room in the closet for several suits.
The workout room is one of the larger I've seen in a Courtyard and has brand new equipment and free weights. There is also a poll and hot tub as well.
The business center is too small for this hotel. Only 2 computers and it's not seperated from the lobby, which could be distracting.
The hotel restaurant, Nage, is very nice. A little pricey, but very good.
Staff is very welcoming and accomodating. If you have any questions about the metro, getting around DC or need help with a cab, they're the people to see.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- The Courtyard Embassy Row, conveniently located in the inner circle of Washington DC, is a great choice for business, leisure and convention guests looking for sophistication, style and world class Marriott service. Stay within minutes of myriad attractions - from the White House and National Mall, to the Capitol Building. Experience local DC neighborhoods, like Dupont Circle, Georgetown, and Logan Circle - all within close walking distance. Sightsee on foot, or take a quick metro ride from one of three nearby stations. The Courtyard by Marriott Embassy Row epitomizes comfort. Our luxurious, spacious guest rooms combine the flair of a boutique-style downtown DC hotel with the gracious little assurances of a familiar name. Our on-premise restaurant, Nage, is a high-end, yet, approachable bistro with a playful and progressive cuisine to help satisfy roaring fans. The Courtyard uniquely fuses style with savvy service. ... more less
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- Courtyard Washington Embassy Row Hotel Washington Dc
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