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This is near thomas circle. check-in was easy. however, when we exited the elevator on our floor, i wondered who chose black on brown as colors for the hallway. ...
This is near Thomas Circle. Check-in was easy. However, when we exited the elevator on our floor, I wondered who chose black on brown as colors for the hallway. Depressing!! The room had the same colors which works at night with the lights on. Housekeeping was wonderful. The restaurant needs to vary its' menu. The same night after night. The concierge gave us a list of restaurants within walking distance and we enjoyed The Daily Grill. We also went into St. Matthew's Church (Catholic) 3 blocks away. A gorgeous church and where President Kennedy worshipped. Easy cab ride from Union Station. However, they do seem to have a problem with car traffic at the entrance on their driveway. Not coordinated at all. Think twice about leaving your car with them, park it yourself.
Probably Not Again05/03/2010
I visited dc and stayed at the weston on april 29, 2010. i booked the night through travel website. i am very familiar with the hotels in the general area ...
I visited DC and stayed at the Weston on April 29, 2010. I booked the night through Travel Website. I am very familiar with the hotels in the general area and was quite surprised when I entered my room at this Weston. The room was quite dark - brown rugs with olive green walls. The hallway was also dark, and room service trays were not removed for almost 24 hours. There was a used tissue dropped right outside my doorway; I kicked it aside, and when I returned to my room 6 hours later it was still there. As noted, I always thought Weston to be one of the better brands. I parked my car outside the city and Metro-ed in to saved a great deal of money. On the plus side, it is located three blocks from a Metro stop. It is a longish walk to the White House but certainly do-able. I did not use any of the facilities, so I am nunable to comment on the food or gym.
Just don't ask for help late at night!05/02/2010
Overall it was a good hotel. beds were nice, the location was good. the only problem we had was that at 1am my 5 year old son woke up vomiting. ...
Overall it was a good hotel. Beds were nice, the location was good. The only problem we had was that at 1am my 5 year old son woke up vomiting. We called to get new bed linens, and waited an hour before we called again. 5 minutes later a very rude employee showed up with one clean sheet. We said, "Uh, the kid threw up on everything do you think we could get some pillow cases and a new mattress pad? Maybe a new blanket?" He then inspected the blanket and said, "this doesn't look so bad." Had I not required any quest services overnight I am sure I would have been completely satisfied with my experience.
1st DC trip06/02/2009
Handy location to everywhere you like to go and visit. the max. taxi is $7-10. very friendly staff! it has a handy restaurant for breakfast, lunch and dinner. perhaps ...
Handy location to everywhere you like to go and visit. The max. taxi is $7-10. Very friendly staff! It has a handy restaurant for breakfast, lunch and dinner. Perhaps the price is little too high. So is the valet parking ($40/day). You can walk to a CVS in 1 minute and a coin lanudry place (5 minutes). Oh, you need to pay for the internet access $12.99/24 hours access. You may hear some noisy guest sometimes.
I cannot believe a hotel that charges so much would lack so much in service. i called ahead to get a crib, a microwave and a refrigerator to help care ...
I cannot believe a hotel that charges so much would lack so much in service. I called ahead to get a crib, a microwave and a refrigerator to help care for my child. When I arrived they were out of cribs when I arrived and they don't have refrigerators. They told me they would put a microwave in my room, but when I came back three hours later, they told me they don't have those for the rooms, either and I had to wait over an hour for a bottle warmer. Our room smelled like someone had just smoked in the bathroom, so it's not completely ""no smoking"". They do have thermostats in the room, so when I noticed that the temperature was still 72 degrees after leaving the fan on high for hours I called to find out that they don't have the air conditioning on in late March. While they offered a fan that did cool the room, why should I have to request a fan at 11 pm at night at a hotel that charges a base rate of $*** a night? This was not the best experience for someone wanting a relaxed night in DC.