2 small children stayed on the sofa bed, there was still room to eat at the small dining table with the bed out. Room to walk around comfortably. 2 adults in the king bed, lots of room in the bedroom. Room came with coffee maker, microwave, and mini-fridge. We got the premium room, which gave us Wi-Fi for all devices. Wi-Fi was seriously slow. We just used it to goof around but I would have been mad if I needed it for work. Premium also let you get free items out of the vending machine, and we stocked up on water every day after trekking through the city. And great to grab a snack from, as well.
The hot breakfast was great. Nice variety and you could make your own omelet if you wanted. Basically the only thing I didn't like was the bathroom - sliding door with no lock. And door left a gap, so not a lot of privacy. I get why they did it, there wasn't room to have a door swing open. Staff was super, super nice every time we had a request. It is in the pavilion complex. You can go downstairs and catch the Metro without leaving the hotel. There is a parking garage, just get your ticket validated at the hotel. Parking garage is probably the tightest squeeze garage I have ever been in. Big vehicles, you better have a good feel for where your sides, front, and back are! It was tight in our small car.
There is a CVS in the pavilion complex as well if you need something quickly without having to leave. Some nicer-end stores within a very short distance. Bloomingdale's across the road, TIffany down the street. Several sit-down restaurants close by. Cheesecake Factory in the complex.
It is a distance from downtown. On the Metro, about 20-30 minutes to get into the heart of DC (monuments, Smithsonian area).