Hilton Garden Inn Waldorf
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- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Room service
TripAdvisor Reviews Hilton Garden Inn Waldorf
Travel Blogs from Waldorf
... the city to get something to eat - it was nearing 4pm and we hadn't had any lunch. We parked up in Georgetown and went into a restaurant called Ted's Bulletin. We were both very happy that we chose this place. It's style was very much 1930's, with historic decor and black and white movies on the TV, but the food was modern. We started off by having the nicest milkshakes you can imagine - yum! The followed our mains, which were really nice. Peter claimed his 'frenchie' ...
... advantage of. Stopeped by at Emma's hotel where he was staying on business, called the Willard, one of the poshest hotels in Washington, 5 stars and within a couple minute of the White House. Nick was given his key and read the room number to us without his glasses on. We were astounded to walk into the presidential suite, made up of several rooms with a 270 ...
... pat down if things don't go well. Or as I like to call it "my yearly physical". However, this trip is different. This trip I did not have to walk to the Metro, ride it for an hour, and then hop a bus and ride that for a half hour. This time around I have a ride out to the airport. I have a partner in crime on this trip, for good or ill. So instead of being exhausted by the time I got the airport, I was fully relaxed and not ...
... to visit, but, like New York I wouldn't like to live here. I can't imagine being cooped up in a house like the one we are staying under and not having a decent backyard or a garage to put the car in. If you wanted to you could probably walk everywhere around the Capitol hill area and Arlington as it is all in the same vicinity but you would want to do it a bit of a time as once you get to the various areas there is a lot to see ...
We wake up way too early to get to the NBA store to get Tiz an official basketball before we leave. We also duck back past Central Park so that we get to see it in the sunshine. We then make our way to Penn Station to catch the train and spend 6 plus hours doing a 370km trip to Washington due to power lines being out over the tracks. We see New Jersey which has carparks with thousands of cars beside them which we assume are the commuter car parks, Sarah has never seen so ...