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Reviewed February 28, 2011

We chose this hotel because of the proximity to The Kennedy Center and the deal we got on Travelocity ($112 including taxes and fees). We were a little disappointed that we could not check-in when we arrived at 11:30 am and there was no parking available in their garage. They did recommend a parking garage around the corner which was only $20 for 24 hours compared to the $30 they hotel parking would have cost. However, they could have mentioned that street parking was free on the weekends.

It was about a 10-15 minute walk to the White House area and the Foggy Bottom Metro Station. More importantly it was a 4-5 block walk to the Kennedy Center and my 18 yo daughter and I walked it at 10:30 at night and felt perfectly safe. We were back at the hotel before we knew it!

There are not many food places close by. However we did find a TGIFridays at 21st and I Streets and it was open until 12:30 am. We had a 20 minute wait at 11 PM on Saturday night. There is also a Bertuccis across the street but it closed at 11. There is also a Tonic restaurant 2 blocks from the hotel that we actually thought was a pharmacy. It is Tonics at Quigley Pharmacy and we actually thought it was a drugstore.

The room was great with 2 queen sized beds, a small kitchen, a dressing area and a small bathroom. Very nice and would be great for an extended stay. There are 2 towers and we were in the tower that you had to walk through the garage to get to.

All in all I would recommend this hotel and we would definitely stay there again especially if we were attending something at the Kennedy Center.

  • Stayed: February 2011, traveled with family
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Reviewed February 22, 2011

We only stayed here for one night but it would have been a great place to stay for a week.. The hotel room was HUGE, had a full kitchen as its own room (actual stove, real refrigerator, etc) and was very clean and in a great location within walking distance of most of the main DC sites. The downsides were that while the comforter was great, the sheets were a bit scratchy on the skin (we got a little bit of rug burn haha) and a small portion of the carpet was wet as though someone had spilled a glass of water on it (which I'm guessing was the maid and probably won't be a repeat problem). Parking in the lot was $30 a day which seemed extensive but weekends are free on the street so that's where we parked. All in all it was a great place!

  • Stayed: February 2011, traveled as a couple
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Reviewed February 21, 2011

I chose this hotel strictly for location and price. At 100 dollars a night, and only a 10 minute walk to the White House and metro line, I figured we would settle for a less flashy hotel. There is nothing wrong with the hotel, but it is a bit dated. I understand it was previously an apartment complex, which works out well because there is a kitchen in each room. Fullsized fridge and even dishes to use to eat in if you choose to. A small dining table provides a place to enjoy room service or take out from somewhere else. Our room faced the north and was somewhat noisy for me, as I am a light sleeper and the AC/Heater unit wasnt loud enough to muffle the sounds. If you typically crank the AC to hide all other noises, bring your own fan or ear plugs because you will not find that here.
Right next to the hotel is a 24 hour CVS(for foreign travelers, its a store with food/drinks and anything you forgot to pack). Directly across the street is a bus stop for the local bus service. We used our feet for travel and found the city pretty easily navigated that way, all the way to the Capitol Building.
We ate at Ollies Trolley, a little burger and sandwich shop nearby and enjoyed it. If you are from the south, be prepared for less friendly service and less smiles.
We also visited the Smithsonian Air and Space museum and enjoyed it, my wife didnt enjoy the long lines at the womens restrooms, despite there being 2 or 3 more ladies rooms, than mens. If you decide on seeing an IMAX movie, skip Legends of Flight. The graphics are really cool, but the whole things is pretty much just a commercial for BOEING airlines and their new 787 plane. I fell asleep 4 or 5 times and my wife did as well at least twice.

  • Stayed: February 2011, traveled as a couple
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Reviewed February 19, 2011

I took a chance and stayed at the State Plaza while on a business trip to DC. The reviews on Trip Advisor were mostly good. After staying there three nights, I would agree. I secured a room for $120 a night, about half of what other hotels in the city were charging. Most of the travel web sights seemed to be offering the same rate for this hotel. The room was quite large and immaculate. It had two other rooms leading off the main bedroom. One was a fully-equipped kitchen with a dinette set. The other room had a vanity and large mirror, which then let into the small bathroom. This setup can be considered a suite, though it's not arranged like the suites in some hotels (like Embassy Suites) that have an anteroom with TV and sofa leading to the bedroom. At the State Plaza, it won't be possible for one person to watch TV while the other one sleeps, as the TV is in the bedroom. Nevertheless, traveling alone, this was not a problem for me. The hotel is about a 5-block walk from the Foggy Bottom Metro station and a 6-block walk from one of the City of Washington's circulator bus routes (which takes you along the K Street business corridor all the way to Union Station).

The main downside is the location, as there is little around the hotel besides some government buildings and George Washington University. There are very few eating places nearby, except for a little sandwich shop in the FOBO grocery near the hotel's supplementary entrance on G Street and a TGI Friday. I did discover a food court open to the public in one of the university buildings (in the Marvin Center at 800 21st). There are no doubt others, but you'd never know it from the building exteriors. The hotel's own restaurant, Bistro, is quite good and fairly priced. Breakfast is offered only in buffet form and runs around $11 for continental and $15 for full buffet. You can save a little by buying a ticket for the breakfast from the hotel registration desk, rather than purchasing it in the restaurant.

All things considered, I would stay here again. It was clean, quiet, roomy, close enough to public transportation, and had a friendly staff. The G Street exit reduces your walking distance to Metro and areas north of the hotel.

  • Stayed: February 2011, traveled on business
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Reviewed February 17, 2011

We stayed in a room that had 2 queen beds, a small kitchen with a full fridge & freezer, stove top, micro, cabinets, dishes, glasses, pots & pans, vanity (dressing room) & bathroom. The location was really great. Safe college area, close (walking distance) to white house, etc. We got in way before check-in (3pm) at 6am & they had a room ready by 6:30am!
Only con but, I am extremely picky, is I would have liked it to be cleaner & more updated. Either way I will definitely stay here again! Great value.

  • Stayed: February 2011
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Thank B6TA2011
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