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I actually loved this old place, and I would stay there again. It's in a odd place to me, since it's between houses and apartments. But the people are friendly there was one gentleman name Jessie when we checked in gave us a map and...More
The good: it's centrally located, close to the metro and it's cheap.
The bad: everything else. The first room they gave me was garden level, i.e. basement. The first thing I saw was a creepy looking housekeeping closet and my room was right next to...More
Ok lets be honest, it is a small Inn hotel with no own parking. If you have a car, you have to deal with the messy and limited Washington D.C. Public parking. It has no elevator, so you have to drag your luggage up through...More
For just $102, including taxes, in D.C., I got a clean small room with a comfy bed and great air conditioning, along with a generous supply of lovely scented toiletries. I don't have a problem climbing stairs, so the lack of an elevator wasn't an...More
Stay away! One of the worst hotels in which I have ever stayed. Having lived and worked in Africa, Central and South America - the experience in this establishment FAR exceeded the deplorable conditions I encountered in developing nations. The pictures posted on the website...More
$90 - $457 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Response from stephlo2016 | Reviewed this property |
You can park on the street during the weekend. During the street there is a 2 hour limit. Out here are parking lots around that allow overnight parking. I recently recommend googling parking lots in the area to research... More
You can park on the street during the weekend. During the street there is a 2 hour limit. Out here are parking lots around that allow overnight parking. I recently recommend googling parking lots in the area to research parking fees. I parked for two overnights on 16th and P street and paid $70 this past weekend.