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This hotel is conveniently located in Glover Park, very close to Georgetown. Being on Wisconsin Avenue allows for great access to restaurants and shops. The hotel is very clean and well taken care of. Our room was very large with a king size bed. The...More
Lots to love about this hotel. Love the charming location, in the middle of beautiful leafy Glover Park and right on Wisconsin Avenue, full of shops and restaurants and a very pleasant walk to Georgetown. The hotel itself is extremely comfortable -- I slept like...More
Nice, recently renovated building in a quite, somewhat residential area, with restaurants, bars, stores 1 block away. Room was very clean and bright with a beautiful tree out the window. Beds were as comfortable as home with nice comforters and pillows. DC is expensive and...More
Most things average or better. Clean and refurbished older building in tight space. Free wine happy hour. No real lobby. However, great restaurant saves it, with decent bar and great food. A bit expensive, but justified by quality of the menu, ingredients and presentation. The...More
Nice low key place to stay out of the way of the hustle/bustle.
Our trip was April 4-8, 2018.
Weather was cool and windy most days.
Staff were very friendly, smiles, and welcoming. We had at least 4 different front desk staff while there and...More
One of the less expensive ways is to take the commuter (MARC) or Amtrak train from the BWI station to Union Station in DC, then take the Red Line metro to Woodley Park (or Tenleytown) and grab a cab or an Uber from there. A... More
One of the less expensive ways is to take the commuter (MARC) or Amtrak train from the BWI station to Union Station in DC, then take the Red Line metro to Woodley Park (or Tenleytown) and grab a cab or an Uber from there. A little cheaper but longer: take a bus from BWI to the DC Metro Greenbelt station, then take metro from there and change to the red line (and proceed as above) or change to the blue line and get a cab at the Foggy Bottom metro stop.
An Uber or Lyft from BWI direct to the hotel is probably around $70, depending on traffic and timing.
Response from T1502HYerinm | Reviewed this property |
Dear Deborah, I wrote the longest answer in the history of answers. To be helpful to you. And Trip Advisor lost it. I will abbreviate now at this late hour. I am sorry for your loss. Your parents’ service is still felt... More
Dear Deborah, I wrote the longest answer in the history of answers. To be helpful to you. And Trip Advisor lost it. I will abbreviate now at this late hour. I am sorry for your loss. Your parents’ service is still felt today. I am a native Washingtonian, having moved down to Charlottesville, Virginia a few years ago. I stay at the Kimpton hotel in Upper Georgetown, when visiting family. When they don’t have room. It would likely take you more than half an hour in merciless traffic to get to Arlington National Cemetery from there. The route is difficult to navigate, especially across Memorial Bridge or Key Bridge, if you are unfamiliar. You might consider staying at the Kimpton in Shirlington, where I have also stayed, a short distance in Virginia from the cemetery and with a very nice little shopping and restaurant community right there at the hotel. I recommend Busboys & Poets for any meal, practically next door/around the corner. If you opt to stay at the Kimpton in Upper Georgetown, it is essential to know that they have kept the signage from the previous hotel. The name Kimpton only appears inside. There, you would be just down the street from the Washington National Cathedral, if you have time and are inclined to visit. Either hotel would need to advise you on room availability and proximity of available rooms to each other. I have attended several internments at the cemetery. You will find, I think, that the dignity, honor, and organization, will be very meaningful and comforting at this difficult time.
Sincerely, Erin Taylor Monroney