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The Inn at Dupont South

1312 19th St NW, Washington DC, DC 20036-1602
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Housed in an 1885 Victorian townhouse, formerly owned by astrologer Jeane Dixon, the Inn is an elegant and comfortable bed and breakfast inn located in Washington DC, 1/2 block from the Metro and walking distance to restaurants, shops, art galleries, and museums. Enjoy a full buffet breakfast, served in our dining room, desserts and beverages in the evening. Rooms have cable TVs, telephones with answering machines, mini-refrigerators and robes and amenities, etc.
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Free breakfast
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Non-smoking rooms
Air conditioning
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100Great for walkers
Grade: 100 out of 100
187Restaurantswithin 0.3 miles
36Attractionswithin 0.3 miles
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DO NOT STAY HERE! The toilet broke regularly and the owner blamed it on guests instead of doing anything to fix it. There were cockroaches in our bedroom. There was one smoke detector in the whole building, on the first floor, which means if a fire started anywhere else, good luck! Live electrical wires stuck out of the walls in rooms with no smoke detectors, so if something caught on fire nobody would know. Worst of all, the owner chose to demean me as a guest when I brought up the broken toilet to her, insulting me and bullying me. I didn't even report the cockroaches or smoke detectors until the end of my stay because her negativity combined with her unsafe property was ruining my trip. If this is the only option available for you in DC, sleep in your car. It'd be cleaner and safer than this place was. I would give it zero stars if that was possible, I guess I can rationalize the one star by saying the location was good.
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If you are looking for a creepy haunted hotel experience, this is the place. It feels like your staying at a dead relatives home. The room was definitely not worth the price, it smells like old house, potpourri and cigarettes, the rooms are hot, And the worlds worst community bathroom. I actually dreaded staying there by myself. The only person that was available, didn’t speak a lick of English. I actually caught her in my room looking for something but then she acted like she was dusting when she saw me. Gladly, I didn’t leave my important items in the room. I couldn’t even experienced the backyard, it was dead bolt locked shut. I would not recommend this Bed and Breakfast to my worst enemy.
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What a disappointment. Good location, but none of the amenities and attention that you expect from a bed and breakfast. Yes, there was a bed. But as to breakfast, the muffins set out on the dining room table were wrapped in cellophane. There was a coffee pot on the sideboard, but no instructions. And the owner is an absentee owner, so the guests are on their own. Even just putting a coffee pot in every room, so that guests could make their own coffee in the morning, would improve things. Never again.
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The Inn was fine, though it lacked the personal touch one expects with Inns & B&Bs. Breakfast was very lame. Room was spacious but had very poor lighting (the manager was aware of my requirement for lots of natural light, and the room he offered was not the one given to me). Aircon was hopeless (noisy and ineffective). Bathroom was also spacious with a good shower. The room reminded me of a European place, that was old and tatty, but had character. It's in a good location.
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I had some reservations due to the price for the location, but found it charming. It is an old building and a bit shabby, but we found everything very clean. Breakfast was basic and limited options for my mother-in-law who has diabetes, but otherwise fine. The front door is a bit tricky to open, takes two hands, so keep that in mind if you have an impairment. I really enjoyed staying here, no road noise despite being right on the street. Extremely convenient to Dupont Circle metro station. Don't count on street parking; I pre-booked a garage space about 1/4 mile away and that worked well.
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the inn at dupont circle hotel washington dc
United StatesDistrict of ColumbiaWashington DCDupont Circle
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