The Savoy Suites was listed as an alternative conference hotel when the main hotel filled up. My three travel partners and I booked a room without much research (something I'm hesitant to do), but it worked out nicely for us. Before our early morning flight, I called and asked if we could check in early, and the hotel allowed us to do so (10 a.m. instead of 3 p.m.--definitely a big help). The room was nice and clean, and the memory foam beds were divine. Just north of the Georgetown area, there were many restaurant options nearby. We only took issue with a few things. One, the walls are thin (old building) so we could hear everything our loud neighbors said when they were in the room (lucky, not very often). Two, getting to and from the hotel can be difficult. There are no airport shuttles provided by the hotel, so transportation can get pricey if one doesn't know how to navigate the Metro system. The shuttle that the hotel did offer to the nearest Metro stop had odd hours (it didn't run from 10:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.), and that made planning a must. Knowing these things ahead of time would have been nice, but it didn't cause too much of an issue for us.