Spent one Saturday evening at start of February break with just my wife. Parking is attached and $26/night unless you can find street parking which is probably cheaper but still a fee and seemed like you could only pay for a few hours at a time. Parking is extremely tight so luckily I had a compact car and even that couldn't fit into many of the spots so if its crowded good luck with a truck! The location is great as the Metro and free Old Town trolley are right across the street. Lots of options for eating are either a trolley ride away or within walking distance (like Theisman's next door) depending on how much you want to walk. Waterfront is many blocks away but if you walk fast can probably make it in 15-20 minutes or about 10 on the trolley. The hotel rooms are good size and the beds comfortable but the hotel is pretty much geared to the family. Happy Hour and Free Breakfast were crazy with kids running around and climbing on everything and it's pretty much self-service (couldn't find a concierge) but if you don't mind that then it's a great location and a nice place. Internet isn't free unless you use their business center computers (or Hilton Honors Gold or above member). If I don't have the kids will probably try the Westin next time because I have a feeling it will be a little less crazy.