We stopped at this Extended Stay for two nights. By comparison to other "suite" or "kitchen added" hotels, it was very poor quality. The kitchen supplies were minimal - two each of plastic glasses, coffee mugs, spoons, small plates, cereal bowls. No cooking equipment for the microwave or two-burner stove. As we had not planned to cook that was not a problem, although it certainly would be with a real extended stay. The room had minimal furnishing - a closet consisting of two metal racks and some plastic hangers, no door, a reclining chair, a tiny table where one person could eat, and another table to use as a computer spot with a connection on the lamp base. And the bed. The worst bed I have slept in in many years. Advertised as a queen bed, it measured up more as a double - and certainly slept like one. One small pillow each. I had to go to a chiropractor later on the trip, and part of the reason was this bed. The sheets did not fit well, and mid-way through the night as we rolled around, we had to get up and try to re-make the bed.
The bathroom had the basic equipment, with small, thin towels, as one might expect. The worst part about it was the cigarette smoke - while our room was no-smoking, someone was smoking, probably in the room below, and the smell came up through the pipes. Maryland law may not require a smoke-free hotel, but if you are bothered by the smell, as we are, make sure that your room is not above a smoking-allowed room.
The front-desk staff was pleasant at check-in and departure.
The price here was less than the accommodation at other chain hotels in the area - everything is more expensive given the Washington-Baltimore location - but after adding the price for a trip to the doctor, purchase of a heat compress, and the aggravation of a bad back, it wasn't so inexpensive.
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