by Lissa Poirot
This contemporary boutique property lies in the Foggy Bottom neighborhood, just steps from historic Georgetown. Guests can select from double and king rooms, with an executive suite providing a separate king bedroom, living room with L-shaped sofa, and dining area for four. Rooms are equipped with small refrigerators, flat-screen televisions and pillow-top mattresses. Some rooms feature sofa beds, so be sure to contact the hotel in advance, if you need the extra sleeping space. The hotel also house the Jardenea Restaurant and The Lounge for meals and drinks throughout the day.
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- Foggy Bottom neighborhood
- Onsite dining
- Onsite Dining
by Mark S
We were looking for a little getaway for the weekend and found it at the Melrose Georgetown Hotel. We were looking for something close to explore DC's fabulous restaurants. We meet wonderful people at the Melrose bar, who shared the same interests.
Everything and I mean everything was perfect. The Hotel in general, but the staff was top-shelf customer service; so my compliments to the managing for bringing on-board the team that shared the hotels values of customer service...
We had 2 rooms for 5 days. When we checked out we realized we had left 1 item in one room and several items in the other room. Called hotel and ask for lost and found. The person I talked to said the phone charger had been found but the other room didn't show anything being found but I could call back on Monday and speak to the head of house keeping and maybe it would be turned n over the weekend. After 3 calls and messages left with housekeeping and no return phone calls I ask to speak to a manager. The person I spoke to claimed to be the head of human resources and was very apologetic about no return phone calls and said they were having issues with their phone system. Promised he would get back with me and find out what was going on. It is now 2 weeks later and not one phone call back. The value of items was not that important BUT I did expect better customer service from this hotel. There are a lot of places to stay in DC, but this one is no longer on my list of recommendations.