Hotel and rooms look like they are well maintained and look upscale. The restaurant has great food but is a bit pricy. The rooms are very small and they have no desk but the hotel does provide free WiFi that is very very slow. The room was very noisy but they do provide a set of ear plugs. I think the windows are not insulated or sound proof. The bathroom is also very small and the sink is very small. Also the sink did not hold water well for shaving. The elevators are very historic, they are the old type with a clock dial that shows the floor. The elevator dial has been replaced with lights. The hotel is only a few blocks for the Metro and very close to a CVS.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Experience the elegance of a grander era at The Henley Park Hotel in downtown Washington DC. Constructed as the Tudor Hall Apartments in 1918, this historic address served as the home of notable Senators and Congressmen. Showcasing a stately façade of leaded, stained-glass windows and 119 grinning gargoyles - including two depicting the architect and his wife - the lodging struck the ideal tone for its distinguished clientele. Thanks to a staff as attentive to tradition as it is to the ever evolving needs of the modern traveler, the civilized spirit which made The Henley Park Hotel one of Washington’s most cherished homes is very much intact. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Henley Park Hotel
- Henley Park Washington Dc