Stayed here on a Saturday night during DC's Cherry Blossom Festival. It is located 1 block away from the metro which we used in order to get to the Festival. The front staff was very knowledgeable. The rooms are small but it is an older hotel so don't expect a contemporary over-sized Marriott because it isn't. It is very charming and had character. Free parking on the weekend was found on the side streets which saved us $40. The room and bathroom were clean and the bed comfortable. When you check in, ask for a larger room, and if it available, they will give it to you. You will not be disappointed.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- The historic Phoenix Park, a premier option for downtown Washington DC hotels and just steps from Union Station, the offices of the U.S. Congress, and close to the city's most notable attractions, is the perfect choice for business or leisure travelers. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Phoenix Park Washington Dc
- Hotel Phoenix Park
- Pheonix Park