Stayed here on a short trip to DC. I picked this particular hotel because the rates were reasonable compared to other hotels. Its probably because is not in the heart Washington DC and on the outskirts in Georgetown. I am glad I picked this place because the neighborhood is nice and there is so much to see and do within walking distance.
The staff here were professional and friendly. Helpful when I asked them something. I had a room with a king sized bed and a separate "living room" area that had sofa bed. A kitchenette, that is to say a sink, microwave, refrigerator, coffee maker and dishes/utensils (no stove), which was a nice feature. The room was clean and comfortable as well as the common area's of the hotel. One of the hotel's elevators was under repair the few days I was there, but it didn't seem to delay going up and down in the second elevator. This hotel is surrounded by taller buildings on 3 sides so, unless your room is at the front (if they have any) of the hotel facing the street, expect to see brick walls for your view.
I was out most of the time sightseeing, so I didn't get a chance to really use any of the hotel facilities other than the free breakfast. The breakfast was what you would expect, nothing out of the ordinary, scrambled eggs, various breakfast meat, cereal, toast, coffee, juice, but it was good and the breakfast area was always clean and neat. If you didn't want to go to a restaurant, there is a great Whole Foods market nearby that I went to a few times and brought back food to the hotel. I noticed outside of the Whole Foods there is a public bicycle rental rack also that I would have taken advantage of if I had more time there. There are also lots of shops and stores nearby, a subway station is within a few blocks that you can catch to see all the usual DC sights as well as Arlington and the Pentagon. less