Where to begin? I've stayed in everything from $35 boondocks motels to pricey historic resorts that were $299 a night. This was one of the better places I've stayed, by far. The staff, Jack in particular, were very friendly and personable. When several things went wrong on our trip, everyone was EXTREMELY helpful and very friendly.
Phone calls were answered much faster than e-mails, and someone was always around during business hours, should I need anything.
The rooms don't come with TVs, but that's fine- I don't own a TV at home, and the speedy internet access more than made Netflix and Hulu viable alternatives.
The heater in the bathroom, and my room heater, made each room quite warm and toasty. The breakfast was very good, and there were always plenty of leftovers- no one ran out or went hungry while I was there.
It's only a few blocks from the more expensive, $150 a night on up places. Stay here! The metro is a block away. Honestly, rather than waste $150-200 on some huge chain, spend the 70-80 a night for this place, get great food, friendly service, and a good night's sleep.
- Also Known As:
- Kalorama Guest House Hotel Washington Dc
- Kalorama Guest House Hotel