This used to be a nice hotel, but it is unlike other Residence Inns that we have stayed at. The first impression was not at all great because we arrived at night and were created by at least a dozen police cars that were patrolling the area (especially where the Residence Inn is located) which should give you an idea of what I'm talking about. The area was crawling with people just hanging out for no apparent reason. With the hotel being located in National Harbor one would expect an area that felt safe, but this was not the case with such a heavy police presence. Upon arrival to our room the door was dirty, the bathroom door was dirty, and every light fixture was grimmy. Getting to the room is a bit of an inconvenience and concerning because you have to swipe your room key in the elevator and press your floor number to have the elevator to move to your particular floor. Also, the breakfast the next morning was extremely limited as only potatoes and eggs were the only hot items available at 6 in the morning shortly after it opened. After enjoying a day in the area we arrived back to our room to find that it was unserviced, which made me very unhappy. The overall stay was okay, but the hotel and the area have definitely changed for the worse.
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- Residence Inn National Harbor Washington, Dc Hotel
- Residence Inn National Harbor Washington, Dc Hotel Oxon Hill
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