Residence Inn Washington, D.C. is a great property for families with kids to go. This hotel is just around the corner from the Franklin Delano Roosevelt Memorial, Ford’s Theatre and Smithsonian Institution. Additional points of interest include the Iwo Jima Marine Corps Memorial and National Air and Space Museum. The 3-star hotel has 202 suites. Each suite includes a kitchenette and free high-speed Internet. This Washington, D.C., location also has a fitness center, swimming pool, nearby golf course and tennis courts. Chop’t, Italian Store and Me Jana are all family-friendly eateries that are notable and are within 5 miles of hotel.
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- Great location
- Friendly people, good location
- Family Room 5+
- Free Breakfast
- Free Wi-Fi
- Onsite Dining
As a family of 4 we stayed for four nights in a one bedroom apartment on the top floor. The apartment was a good size and we had a fab view from the bedroom and its balcony over Thomas Circle. The beds were comfy and everything was clean, the sofa bed was made up for us as we requested. I would only say the kitchen cupboards and furniture were tired, as there were a lot of scuffs and chips in them. Breakfast was decent enough but we were surprised there was no bacon offered at all during our stay.
Location was good, 15 minute walk to the White House, CVS and 7 eleven right next to the hotel.
It is a solid three star hotel. The location is excellent, as it is within 5 min of walk to subway and DC circulator, and a 15 min walk to the White House. The free breakfast is a big plus as it also adds to the convenience. The room is quite large with a kitchenette, although we did not get a chance to do any cookings. My only complaint is that our room faces an office building that is maybe twenty feet away. I could have read their computer screen. As a result, I kept the shade down during our entire stay. Also, there is non-stop noise (AC? Building ventilator?) in addition to street traffic noise that made it hard to sleep through the night. Overall, not a bad choice for a base in DC. But next time I will look else where.